This glorious Cherry Cobbler is based on my Potluck-Pride Peach Cobbler. Wowowow is it good! I should have just put on the music and pitted some cherries for this years ago. It’s as good as cherry pie, maybe better, without the fuss of rolling out a pie crust. Most recipes that I see online say […]
These chocolate chip cookies are pretty much perfect. My recipe adds Cook for Good twists to the excellence of David Leite’s famous NY Times Chocolate Chip Cookies. Now they are healthier, thriftier, greener, and still conversation-stopping good. Think melting chocolate, buttery dough, crisp outside, and tender inside. This was one of my prized, supporters-only recipes, […]
I wanted a bright, creamy pasta sauce without loads of fat or the heat and work of making a roux. Fortunately, I had a ripe avocado and some raw cashews on hand. With a blender and just six ingredients, including salt and water, I whipped up an updated Alfredo in less than 10 minutes. The […]
Candy Bar Brownie Pie looks like a fancy dessert, especially when paired with a tasty nicecream like So Delicious Cashewmilk Salted Caramel Cluster or Very Vanilla. This recipe shows a few tricks for adapting to our current ingredient shortages. I chopped up a candy bar because I couldn’t find chocolate chips. I also used whole […]
I’ve updated my carrot cake recipe by adding a tangy frosting that tastes like a cream-cheese frosting, but with ingredients that may be easier to get. The cake is moist and spicy, with flecks of orange carrot. The healthy ingredients include plenty of carrots (surprise!), fresh ginger, white whole wheat flour, and very little oil. […]
At last! Vegan rolled cookies you can cut into adorable shapes and decorate for Christmas or Easter. These vegan sugar cookies are sturdy enough to pick up and that hold their shape while baking. Use aquafaba, not eggs or milk and coconut oil, not butter. See make-ahead tips too.