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Vegan Wednesday #5 – Special: Autumn recipe- Sweet Potato Pie

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Today it’s a special Vegan Wednesday with a seasonal vegan recipe: sweet potato pie.

Vegan Sweet Potato Pie

With this I would like to contribute to the big autumn pinterest board that Cara from the beautiful blog think.care.act. is going to put up. Thanks for collecting all the pictures 🙂

Recipe: Sweet Potato Pie with almond-biscuit pie crust:

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Chocolate-Chestnut-Hazelnut-Cake Pops

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Vegan Chocolate-Chestnut-Hazelnut-Cake Pops

Katharina from Frau von Blaubeer thought of a really cool autumn baking special! On each day of November a different blogger will introduce an autumn baking recipe (vegan, of course 🙂 ).

Katharina herself began the event with hazelnut cheese cupcakes with a cinnamon and chocolate ganache. You should definitely have a look, they look incredibly delicious!!! I’ll try this recipe, for sure.

Yesterday it was Lisa’s turn, from very classy. She made a quick autumn bread.

Well today, I get to bake 🙂 Since I love chestnuts, it had to be a recipe with chestnuts. That’s why I signed myself up with a chestnut cake. Surprisingly it presents itself in cake pop form, not as a cake 😉 I finally tried out making cake pops! You don’t need a cake pop maker or something special for this recipe.

But enough storytelling for now, here’s the recipe: Read the rest of this entry

Avilia’s Recipe: Pumpkin-Carrot-Chestnut-Curry

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Avilia’s Recipe: Vegan Pumpkin-Carrot-Chestnut-Curry

Yay, another blog event 🙂 Cookies & Style wishes for an autumn recipe in order to celebrate 100.000 clicks! Congratulations, Cookies 🙂

Here’s the blog event.

However, this time I won’t bake, but cook! When considering the topic “autumn”, a recipe suddenly came to mind that I’d cooked last autumn during my stay in Japan: Pumpkin-Carrot-Chestnut-Curry.

Even though the dish isn’t typically Japanese because of the many spices, I felt like breaking out my Japanese plates to reminisce about old memories… And that I did! Do you know that feeling when Read the rest of this entry