Spectacularly Evil – ‘Cookie Butter Cupcakes’

Spectacularly Evil  – ‘Cookie Butter Cupcakes’

  “Spectacularly Evil”  I say that only because for the last year and a half, I’ve lived a mostly ‘fat-free’ lifestyle which has allowed me to turn my less-than-healthy vegan diet around and shed all the weight I’d gained in my efforts to go ‘cruelty-free’ 4 years ago.  One hidden food jar, waaaaay back in the bottom caverns of my freezer I have a hidden jar of Trader Joe’s ‘Cookie Butter’ though.  Kind of like ‘Break Glass in case of Emergency’ Although I’m keeping it for some kind of natural disaster as my last bit of happiness before the world perishes, just knowing that I’ll die with a big spoonful of creamy, caramel cookie dough leaves me at peace with my demise.  Cookie Dough, or Speculoos for those outside of a Trader Joe’s realm, is more than just a snack.  It’s in my top 3 loved foods of all time.  Even just a spoonful is too much for me to indulge in these days, only because I could never stop at 1 heaping scoop of this stuff.  I would more likely end up in a corner, smiling like an idiot in a sugar coma if I ever did give into it’s…

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Cherry Chocolate Vegan Cupcakes – from Becky @Glue & Glitter.com – April’s “Family Favorite Dessert – Veganized” entry

Cherry Chocolate Vegan Cupcakes – from Becky @Glue & Glitter.com – April’s “Family Favorite Dessert – Veganized” entry

Last year, each month, I was happy to bring you 12 blogger recipes for fabulous breakfast ideas in my Breakfast In Bed Fest  In 2015, something new………. In 2015, Canned Time is featuring a new recipe from a different blogger each month again.  This year’s theme: Family Favorite Desserts – Veganized April’s entry comes from Glue and Glitter’s  very creative, Becky Striepe, author of the smoothie book: 40 Days of Green Smoothies and the newly released Bowls.   You can find Becky around the web at   Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google Plus. This recipe is a healthier spin on the marmalade-filled vegan cupcakes I made a few years ago. This recipe is also part of a cool event that NuNaturals is hosting along with Angela from the super amazing vegan food blog Canned Time. They sent me a ton of NuNaturals products to test, and the thing that intrigued me most wasn’t the stevia syrups. It was a humble bag of Oat Fiber. The directions say that you can use three tablespoons of Oat Fiber for every eight servings in a recipe. It cuts out some of the refined flour and adds fiber and nutrients. After making so much meringue, the idea of…

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