BY BUST Magazine
on Oct 23, 2015
Candy corn is the quintessential Halloween treat, and who knew you could actually make it at home? This DIY version is a bit time consuming, but the end result is well worth it. Best of all, it’s vegan, so all your pals can enjoy it (store-bought candy corn typically contains animal products like gelatin, egg whites, and beeswax). If you really want to get into the spooky spirit, host a candy-corn-making party, so you can assemble these little confections in the company of friends.
1. In a large saucepan, bring 1 cup sugar, 2⁄3 cup corn syrup, 5 Tbsp. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 06, 2015
Europeans have been baking with olive oil for thousands of years, so they know that if you partially freeze olive oil, it acts a lot like butter. Once in the oven, the cold pockets of oil react with the heat to make steam, creating flakiness. About an hour before starting to bake, place the olive oil in a thin plastic container. Freeze until it’s opaque and congealed but still soft, like the consistency of slightly melted sorbet. Top this pie with a scoop of coconut-milk ice cream and you’ve got a dairy-free confection that’ll tempt even die-hard butter lovers. Read More
Memorial Day, the first true warm-weather holiday in months, is a great excuse for an outdoor party or picnic. Head out into the sun with some friends and a few of these delicious dishes—they won’t disappoint!
1. Strawberry Country Cake
Festive red and white, this cake is layers and layers of SO GOOD. Recipe here.
2. Vegan Macaroni Salad
A tangy, tasty, simple picnic staple, vegan-friendly. Recipe here.
3. Avocado Egg Rolls With Creamy Cilantro Ranch Dip
A great veggie option for a picnic: easy to transport, even easier to eat… and eat… and eat. Read More
BY Emily Rems
in Eat Me
on May 12, 2015
These days, farmers’ markets are bursting with glorious greenery. And this easy recipe from Annie and Dan Shannon’s new cookbook, Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking, delectably combines the best the season has to offer—namely, asparagus, baby spinach, green onions, and basil. Whip up a batch for dinner, or pack it for lunch, since it also tastes great at room temp. Read More
BY Rebecca Peterson
on Oct 31, 2014
While vegetarians and vegans find themselves with increasingly tailored and green-washy options for ethical pigging out, Halloween poses a particular problem for us Americans in the bunch: animal welfare or free candy?
Both are seriously possible.
Through careful research and many, many years of trading Halloween candy with my little sister, I bring you my Top Ten (Totally Bad for You) Vegan Halloween candies. Enjoy the sugar hangover.
1. Laffy Taffys – These are vegan, though only the small ones. In a remarkable case of David vs. Read More