I spent a lot of the time in the kitchen on Sunday and Monday. We had a bunch of family dinners to attend and I did some cupcake baking and tried my hand at pie making. Yum yum yum! I have some really great vegan cookbooks so I had a lot of options. I ended up making chocolate chip pumpkin cupcakes from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World and Smlove Pie from Veganomicon. Here are a few snapshots from my baking adventures.
Did everyone have a good weekend? I hope so!
that pie looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Is that the Veganomicon I see?? :DReplyDelete
Erin, why yes it it! :)ReplyDelete
Elycia that pie looks incredible!! Totally impressed. Did you ever get my message about having a 5000 followers party? You can call it your FFP hahaReplyDelete
What a cute cupcake!! :) Sea MarieReplyDelete
Holy crap that pie looks delicious!!!! I'm totally kicking myself for not buying that cookbook the other day like I wanted to. I'd be making that right now:)ReplyDelete
Just a tester, wanted to see if my pic will finally show up....ReplyDelete
Yay, it does! But it's cropped wrong, ugh......ReplyDelete
I love your two-toned frosting on the cupcake, pretty detail.ReplyDelete
I did have a great thanksgiving weekend - loads of food, good times with friends and got a lot done around the house too, including some crafts!
Success, I'd say.
Yeah, that pie looks totally amazing!ReplyDelete
hehe north star! you and your trouble with commenting ;) I don't remember that comment...but good idea!!ReplyDelete
That looks so good. I've never done the whole vegan thing but it doesn't look too shabby! :)ReplyDelete
Everything looks really great especially that pie. It looks so good amd I just love pecans :)ReplyDelete
xo Amber P.
That pie looks amazing! I wish I could have sampled some of those delicious treats for myself! Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
These things look so delicious!ReplyDelete
Oh man, I've been meaning to make that smlove pie for ages. Yours looks perfectly intense! :)ReplyDelete
That looks amazzzing! Your blog is all kinds of amazing! I love your header!ReplyDelete
Your cupcakes and pie look absolutely fabulous! Yuuummm!ReplyDelete
Smlove is one of my favorites, your is beauteous! It works really great if you use the Gigantoid Oatmeal Cookies from VWAV instead of pie crust!ReplyDelete
OMG, that pie looks so yummy!! Where I live, we don´t celebrate Thanksgiving, but I believe that we should ;-)ReplyDelete
wow, everything looks so delicious! Do you mind posting the recipe?ReplyDelete
Eeee, gorgeous pictures and oh my god, pie!!! <3 I want!!!ReplyDelete
I love the two-colors icing! And the pie looks delicious!ReplyDelete
perfect photos. now my stomach is growling :PReplyDelete
Wow! Super-pretty and super-delicious, by the looks of it! I just wished someone would invent some sort of computer-like machine that allows bloggers to try each other's baked goods simply by looking at their photos.ReplyDelete
Well that's just great. Now I want pie >:(ReplyDelete
I love how colourful cake cases are :) what camera do you have Elycia? I love the quality. xxReplyDelete
ahhh! i am so so happy you made that pie! i've been wanting to make it since i got that book two years ago...i know, i know...what am i waiting for? it sounds so tasty...and now that you've posted the pictures and tried it for yourself...i'm going to have to get all my ingredients together and get down on it!! xo.ReplyDelete
thanks la! I have a nikon d7000 and i use a 35 mm f/1.8 lens :)ReplyDelete
michelle, yes! you need to make it. it is amazing!!
:O THAT PIE! :OReplyDelete