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Category Archives: Electric Blue Bakery
It has been 9 months since I baked my first donut. I used a special pan that my fiancee (now husband) found at an outlet kitchen store in northern Florida, a pit stop between tour dates with his band. He … Continue reading
These are are all made with love on a homemade spelt crust topped with cashew ricotta. Seasonal, Greenmarket-inspired, organic, vegan, lowfat and take-no-prisoners-delicious.
The filling is dates, pecans, cinnamon and a touch of cloves, orange & vanilla! The pastry is made with organic unbleached flour, enriched with flax seeds, and sweetened with applesauce. Agave glazed!
with walnut and pistachio crust.
All made with gluten-free pastry! And with ingredients like fresh fruit, agave nectar and coconut milk– instead of eggs and heavy cream–these tarts have less fat than traditional ones, and more flavor. Today I will be working on a raw … Continue reading