When Warren Kramer was in Seattle a little more than a week ago, he used tangerines in several recipes. They were such a colorful, sweet addition that I have decided to share the fun with you.
Kanten is another term for agar which is used to thicken the juice in this recipe. Agar is derived from sea vegetables. You can find it in most natural food stores, or order it like I do. When it’s used in a dessert like this one, it has a refreshing and cooling quality perfect as we head into the warmer months of the year.
I tend to make a lot of puddings. Children love them. I love the simplicity and comfort. When made with quality ingredients and low sugar content they can be a really nice way to add some sweetness to the end of a meal or as an afternoon snack.
This pudding was made using red kuri squash and topped with toasted walnuts.
Pears are one of my favorite fruits, so this time of year makes me smile. Poaching them brings out their tender sweetness. Serve them warm for a lovely treat during blustery autumn nights.
Some of you may already know that I have two blogs. Sweetveg is my macrobiotic and spiritual living blog. Littleveg, as you may have guessed, has a child and family focus.
I post recipes on both sites and often there is overlap. Children love a lot of the recipes over there, too. That’s one reason I have the recipe index that combines all recipes from both blogs. I don’t want you to miss any.
Today is a review of dessert recipes from sweetveg just because they are good and healthy and deserve a little attention. Continue reading
I am going to switch gears halfway through our month of Vegan MoFo. From here on out I am going to provide you with an assortment of easy desserts using minimally refined sweeteners, starting with this gem: Battered Apple Rings.