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eBook The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur: Over 140 Simply Delicious Recipes That Treat the Eyes and Taste Buds ePub

eBook The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur: Over 140 Simply Delicious Recipes That Treat the Eyes and Taste Buds ePub

by Kelly Peloza

  • ISBN: 161608121X
  • Category: Baking
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Kelly Peloza
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; 1 edition (November 11, 2010)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1920 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1856 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi doc mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 810

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Kelly Peloza started experimenting with vegan baking as a high school student, blogging about her vegan adventures all the while Her amazing recipes and gorgeous photos drew a crowd of eager readers who have been begging her for a cookbook ever since Now an energetic.

Kelly Peloza started experimenting with vegan baking as a high school student, blogging about her vegan adventures all the while Her amazing recipes and gorgeous photos drew a crowd of eager readers who have been begging her for a cookbook ever since Now an energetic, spunky college student, her book is fi- nally ready for her anxious audience From double peanut butter sandwich.

Kelly Peloza started experimenting with vegan baking as a high school student, blogging about her vegan adventures all the while. Her amazing recipes and gorgeous photos drew a crowd of eager readers who have been begging her for a cookbook ever since. Now an energetic, spunky college student, her book is fi- nally ready for her anxious audience. From double peanut butter Kelly Peloza started experimenting with vegan baking as a high school student, blogging about her vegan adventures all the while.

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Kelly Peloza is a consistently motivated nineteen-year-old art student who is always creating something, whether it’s .

From drop to bar, rolled cut-outs to no-bakes, the sweets are almost endless. Every offering is completely animal free – no dairy, eggs, or honey – and most can be made with ingredients found in any baker’s cabinet. I couldn’t resist trying my hand at those three sweet treats – being born with a chocolate addiction (inherited from the other women in the family!), a mother adoring coffee almost as much as chocolate and a best friend with a love for Chai tea, there was never any question as to the first recipes I’d try out!

Kelly Peloza started experimenting with vegan baking as a high school student, blogging about her vegan adventures all the while. Her amazing recipes and gorgeous photos drew a crowd of eager readers who have been begging her for a cookbook ever since. Now an energetic, spunky college student, her book is fi- nally ready for her anxious audience. From double peanut butter sandwich cookies and coconut caramel butter cookies to raspberry almond cookies and inside out peppermint patties, these delicious and imaginative recipes are sure to inspire bakers of all ages. Peloza is committed to using ingredients that are easy to find, natural, and simple to use. You won’t find egg replacer, expensive cooking oils, or hydrogenated margarine in her recipes. “Making a batch of chocolate chip cookies shouldn’t involve running to five different health food stores searching for some elusive ingredient,” she writes. But you will find helpful tips for things like substituting margarine for oil in recipes, experimenting with non-dairy milks, using whole wheat flour, and ensuring the sugar you use was not processed with animal bone char. The result is a simple, thorough, and inspiring collection of mouthwatering cookies anyone can make and everyone will love.

Comments

breakingthesystem breakingthesystem
I've purchased many cookbooks over the years and this one is consistently one of my favorites. I use it almost exclusively for cookie recipes. The recipes are solid. My favorite thing about them is they don't call for any specialty products aside from soymilk and sometimes vegan butter (but it usually calls for oil instead). No egg replacers, no gums, nothing weird! I can bring this book to a friend's house and a small container of soymilk and be set!

The only criticism I have for this book is that the pictures are AWFUL. Impressively awful, really. Poor lighting, incorrect focus, bad color balance. Some of the cookie pictures look down right unappetizing. If you can get past the terrible pictures this is seriously a great recipe book. My favorites are the apple cider cookies and the chai snickerdoodles!
Adorardana Adorardana
This book revolutionizes people's ideas of veganism and baking in general. The greatly overrated egg, the unnecessary milk, the overpriced and unhealthy butter, none are essential for MIND BLOWING cookies.

My coworkers live when I bring a batch even though it hurts their fitness goals.

Pro tip not included in the book: letting your dough rest for 12-24 hrs in the fridge (sealed in a tuppy or wrapped in plastic) will GREATLY enhance the flavor and depth of your cookies.
cyrexoff cyrexoff
You need this. For 7 years, this has been my go-to for anything cookie-related. Coworkers look on in disbelief when I tell them my Pink Lemonade Cookies are free from eggs and dairy. My husband can no longer eat store-bought No-Bakes because "they're just not as good as the ones you make." My very non-vegan aunt (the kind who is chronically annoyed at us plant-based folks) had 4 of the Super Soft Sugar Cookies with Buttercream Frosting that I brought to Christmas, then asked for the recipe. The ingredients are at your local grocery store and the steps are simple and easy to follow. The results are OUTSTANDING. It's masterpieces like this that are changing the perception of vegan food, one delicious cookie at a time.
Gavirgas Gavirgas
Okay so I've only made 4 of the recipes so far but I'm in love. This is the 5th Vegan cookie cookbook I've purchased and the only one that even comes close is "Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar." Kelly's book has more scope, it is amazingly professional and has the best index in a Vegan book I've seen in quite some time. I've made some of these recipes gluten free and others with regular flour. I just got done baking some Oatmeal Raisin as they are my husband's favorite. That would be the very picky, very non-Vegan husband who is always criticizing new recipes. He ended up baking some himself because I only made a trayful and refrigerated the rest of the dough. I'd say he was a convert. I think my search for the perfect Vegan cookie book is over. Thanks Kelly you're my cookie baking hero, uh heroine? super hero? anyway my advise is to BUY THIS BOOK!
Samulkree Samulkree
Vegans are not immune to snack attacks, and I do love a good cookie. Thankfully all of my favorites are here, plus many many more that are certain to also become favorites. There are your basic chocolate chip, peanut butter and oatmeal cookies, elegant cookies for parties, filled cookies, pressed cookies I am a confident cook, and I have done a lot of baking, but I was not very confident of my abilities when it came to vegan baking. No worries here! I recommend that every new vegan find a good vegan baking cookbook to add to their collection, as baking is an exact science, and someone else has already done the tasting and testing for you, you don't have to worry if you've calculated the egg and dairy alternatives properly.
Gavigamand Gavigamand
I have made a few of the more unique recipes from this book (Pina Colada bars for one!) and I am sooo happy I got this book! I was tired of the more typical cookies in my other cookbooks. I wanted something more special. And this book hasn't let me down yet!
FLIDER FLIDER
Kelly has done her work and it has been worthwhile! I have tried over a dozen recipes in this book and I can happily say they are ALL amazing and delicious! All ingredients are readily available in the your local market. You can feed these cookies to non-vegan friends and they will exclaim, "WOW!" But you'll probably want to save them all for yourself.

Here are a few of our favorites:

Chewy Banana-Banana Cookies are such a yummy way to use up that one last banana that didn't get eaten. We ate a whole pan while they were cooking. Made them six times since then!

Soy Milk's Favorite Cookies = way better than Oreo. (I found rolling out the dough with a rolling pin and using a cookie cutter to be a more sensible approach for us. Plus it gave the toddler a fun task.

Vanilla Thumbprints! Yes! Just add some yummy Organic Berry jam or some spicy Ginger Apple jam. mmmm.

Giant Bakery Style Double Chocolate Cookies had 'em asking for more milk and cookies, please!

All recipes I used Almond milk instead of Soy milk with no problems. I have made some recipes with half Whole Wheat pastry flour with success. Kelly points out a one to one ratio of whole wheat and white is best, but to leave the ww out for some recipes.

I know you will enjoy this book!

Update 2012: I have baked several, several cookies from this book in the past year. Kelly continues to impress me and even my non- vegan friends. From the basic sugar cookies and oatmeal cookies to the creative swirls and caramel covered delights you can not go wrong! I am still a fan and going strong. EVERYONE should have this book and only this book so you can be just as excited about baking cookies as I am! You don't have be vegan or allergic to dairy to enjoy the treasures you will create with Kelly's help!

I recently loaned my book out and it doesn't seem to want to return. I will be purchasing a new copy to ensure Kelly gets her dues. Thank you Kelly for such an amazing book!