Being another classic I made while working on the cookbook, this is a very simple pear pie but you can alternatively use any kind of fruit that comes to your mind and that you would like to see on some tasty pie dough. Continue Reading
Sometimes all you want is a good old classic to serve your parents or maybe grandmother, without them noticing the eggs and dairy aspect of it all. This is when you should bake this failsafe marble cake.
Next to actually learning how to bake, writing a cookbook also has the advantage of expanding your tastebuds. One thing I didn’t know before starting to work on Fuck Diet! was how much I actually love lemon as part of a cake. It all began as a research project on how to do vegan pasteis de nata or pasteis de nata at all for that matter. As I used to live in Portugal and was already back in Austria for a while, I really started to miss my favourite mini-cakes. But instead, another tart caught my eye and led me to discover a recipe for vegan lemon curd, that I use not only to make tarts, but also to dip any cookie within reach into the leftover curd for the next week or so.
Ladies and gentlemen! May I introduce you to my favourite cake ever? I see this one as my ultimate staple cake. The chocolatey smoothness, zesty kiwi and down to earth coconut semolina make it a birthday favourite but I have to admit I have a hard time not eating it straight out of the pan every time I get to make it.
My Grandma does a mean, mean Peach Cream Cake. Why is it mean you say? Well because it makes me lose every last ounce of self control I have ever had in front of cakes. I am talking of having 6-7 slices as opposed to two or so, so I couldn’t resist the temptation to get her recipe and to try to make a vegan version of it.