Vegan Cooking

Y’ALL…I made some yummies this week. Now I’ve been vegan for a while and being in a school that provides great food has made me realize how spoiled I am. That was when I decided to learn how to cook vegan for myself. Being a vegetarian beforehand makes it a lot easier to transition into this kind of cooking, but I wanted to learn the little bits eg. substitutes, flax egg, etc.

Being home for Thanksgiving has given me the opportunity to play around in the kitchen again (I had no idea I’d miss it so much). Thanks to Minimalist Baker  and other references, I’ve been able to make my first (intentionally) vegan foods.


Vegan Garlic Breadsticks:

Since this recipe is actually for pizza dough, I added my own bits of toppings to make it legitimate garlic breadsticks. Italian seasoning, basil, garlic salt, onion bits, diced garlic cloves, a tad of black pepper, sprinkled flax…mmmmm.


Vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins:

Thanks to Minimalist Baker, this recipe was so so so easy to follow, a blast, and absolutely delicious. When she says it’s moist…IT’S MOIST (no complaint there)!

These were great additions to the meals for this Thanksgiving weekend! Let me know if any of y’all give these a shot! Happy vegan cooking!




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  1. Ooh, these look awesome! I’d definitely make those breadsticks.


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