Soft, fluffy, Vegan Gluten-Free Chocolate Zucchini Muffins that taste just like rich chocolate cake! These easy-to-make dark chocolate zucchini muffin treats will satisfy all of your chocolate cravings.
Not only is this vegan gluten free banana bread delicious, it’s also oil-free, healthier-than-most banana breads, super easy to make, and can be customized with your favourite add-ins!
Easy gluten free vegan carrot muffins that are loaded with shredded carrots, raisins, walnuts, and spices. They’re very similar to carrot cake…but without the icing!
An easy recipe for gluten-free vegan Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins that you can have ready in under 30 minutes! They’re perfect for lunch box snacks and after school snacks!
If you’re looking to add a little flavour twist to your next baking project, then I’ve got the recipe for you: Vegan Gluten Free Pumpkin Banana Bread. This recipe takes the best things about banana bread (banana flavour) and pumpkin bread (the spices) and mixes them together to give you… [Continue Reading]
This Vegan Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Muffins recipe was originally published January 5, 2015, images were updated September 2017. When I was in high school, my friend Christa’s mom would bake pumpkin spice muffins, amongst other things (she is a great baker!). I remember being so excited when I’d go over… [Continue Reading]
What do you do when you keep bringing in zucchini after zucchini from your garden? You may want to make vegan gluten free zucchini chocolate chip muffins, or you may also want to learn how to freeze zucchini so you can make use of it long past zucchini season has… [Continue Reading]
Delicious and easy-to-make vegan gluten free zucchini chocolate chip muffins that are perfect for school snacks or for snacking on at home! Part of my Sunday mornings consist of baking school snacks for the kids’ upcoming week. I like to bake some of their snacks because there are allergies to… [Continue Reading]
Have you tried my coconut raisin banana bread yet? If you haven’t, I highly recommend that you make it. And don’t let the fact that raisins are part of the recipe turn you off, they can be omitted (but why would you want to leave them out?!) That recipe is… [Continue Reading]
A recipe development method that I use often is to come up with a good recipe I know I’ll make over and over again, and then use it as a base for another recipe, make small modifications, and turn it into something equally as good…or better! For example, my easy… [Continue Reading]