Vegan Quick Breads
Though focaccia (a traditional Italian flatbread) is yeasted, it doesn’t take as long to make as other yeasted breads; it only requires one brief rising. Start making this bread just before you put up a pot of soup that needs to simmer for a bit, and the two should be ready simultaneously. Make sure to check out the olive variation following the recipe! more→
Compared with traditional bread, this corn bread is closer to cake. However, it’s not the type of cake you bake for special occasions, but a quick bread type of cake that you bake for teatime, afternoon snack, or breakfast. Unlike traditional corn bread, which tends to be a bit crumbly, I use syrup and apple juice to give it a fruity fragrance and extra moisture. This results in a perfect teatime cake with a brownie-like texture, which I happily enjoy with a glass of golden apple juice. Contributed by Annie Taylor Chen, Vegan Ann.
Simple as all get-go, I might argue that it’s even better than that ubiquitous pumpkin bread that everyone and their best friend feels the urge to make around this time of year. Warm, creamy, and comforting, it’s the perfect dessert to ward off those autumn chills while celebrating the season’s bounty. It’s a snap to customize depending on your preference; consider
the spices as a mere suggestion, and a handful or two of nuts, chocolate, or dried fruit never hurt anything. Recipe and photo contributed by Hannah Kaminsky, author of My Sweet Vegan*(reprinted by permission of the author). more→
This recipe comes together superfast and easy. Feel free to substitute other dried fruit like raisins. apricots or dates for chopped dried figs. Awesome by itself or with a schmear of nut butter for extra protein, fiber and fun. Recipe and photo by Ellen Kanner. Shown here with the bread is Tofu Scramble with Jalapeño and Cilantro. more→
Pop this easy egg- and dairy-free wheat, cornmeal, and rye quick bread into the oven while your favorite soup is simmering on the stove. You’ll love this moist loaf! more→