Now I understand why Tom Brady of football fame likes avocado ice-cream. I think he’d like the OATMILK variety too made by So Delicious.
Actually I think I might try to make a recipe using both OAT MILK and AVOCADO in one ice-cream extravaganza experience! Stay tuned.
Hershey put out a thicker version of their older thinner, still good though, chocolate topping. Thicker, but just as easy to squeeze out of the bottle, which was surprising given the viscosity. Stronger chocolate flavor I thought. Hershey’s knows how to do it. So why don’t they go all the way with no animal in any of their products? They will.
And Lyons? Well I never heard of them, which doesn’t mean anything, but now that I have, they know how to get the flavor right. Perfect raspberry, not too strong, not too weak.
Many overly strong fruit flavors in foods I’ve noticed recently.
You’ll find lots of uses for this fruit and nut crumble over the holidays and through the year. It’s a nutrient dense addition to just about any dish.Another great topper to enhance soup, salad, sandwich, hot cereal or toss with pasta, top the rice or gravy, or mix into your animal-free baked beans! And yes there’s more; it makes an elegant dessert mousse, chilled or frozen!
These little pockets look like they took a while to make, but they didn’t. Complexity is the impression; simplicity is the reality! Wonderfully rich bites. The perfect dessert to savor with tea, coffee or wine!
When Steve brought these cookies home I have to say that I was shocked that the maple cremes were in fact vegan. The ginger snaps I assumed were and of course they were. But the maple cremes? Wow, now this is nice I thought.
And I was not disappointed. Although the ginger snaps were like most others – better than some, not as good as one particular brand , but then that’s that particular brand’s specialty.
It’s the maple creme that I was most impressed with. Although my mother home-made most of her cookies, every now and then on pay-day, she’d buy a big package of vanilla and chocolate creams. I had no idea that this style could or was being made vegan.
Needless to say, it didn’t take us long to finish off the box. The maple flavor and design of the maple leaf is what sent this simple cookie into the stratosphere. Me being from New England of course made it somehow nostalgic. I liked that part too.
Thank you to Earth Fare for carrying these great cookies. But also a big thank you to whomever actually makes them. You all did a splendid job!
The Girl Scouts of America (and the world) should pick up the maple cremes. And add them to their line of vegan cookies. Yes, definitely.
I was a Brownie and a Girl Scout. I sold cookies. I could sell this maple creme easy peasy.