What if you had reliable, go-to vegan dessert recipes that you could feed your family and take to parties?
Can you relate?
- You search YouTube, Google and Pinterest and come up with 10, 20 or more recipes and don’t know which one to try
- The pictures are pretty, but will it taste good?
- You want a vegan dessert, but you still want it to taste like the non-vegan dessert that you were used to eating
Whether you have been vegan for sometime, just made the switch or are just curious about what vegans eat, you'll know or soon find out that desserts can be the trickiest foods to "veganize."
Besides ice cream, they are also the foods that you're least likely to be able to purchase at a grocery store and definitely at a local restaurant. This leaves those of us with a sweet tooth in an unsatisfying situation. Deciding to remove animal products from your diet shouldn't mean that you have to go without the foods you crave and love.
This course will give you tested and omnivore-approved recipes for some of our favorite desserts.
- Video demonstration of how to make each recipe
- PDF versions of every recipe with tips and recommendations
If you've ever wanted to make vegan desserts for your family and friends that they will rave about, this course is for you! There's a 30 day money back guarantee, so if you're not pleased you can get a refund.
I'm Michelle, and I stopped eating animal products in 2009. The catalyst was Colleen Patrick-Goudreau's Food for Thought podcast. She happened to be in the middle of a series that detailed the lives of animals before they are killed for food. Like many people, I knew what I was about to hear wasn't going to be good by any stretch of the imagination, but I wasn't prepared for the truth. I was so disgusted and horrified that I stopped eating animal flesh immediately and became a vegetarian.
One month later, I recalled the entire series and thought about the lives of the hens and their male babies, and the dairy cows and their male calves. I knew that I needed to stop eating all animal products if I didn't want to contribute to their suffering and death.
In the beginning, I had no idea what to eat. I remember being hungry because I wasn't eating enough calories. Eventually, I read more, experimented, found social support, and figured it all out.
In April 2012, I started making cooking videos on YouTube. My goal was to explore the many options available in a vegan diet. I used my creativity, curiosity, and determination to recreate cruelty-free versions of many of the flavors and textures that I enjoyed growing up. My message was simple - Vegan life is not a life of deprivation, but a life of abundance and joy!
Today, my mission is to empower and teach as many people as possible to prepare plant-based meals for themselves and their families.