I couldn’t be prouder of these two little e-books. Chocolate is my favourite food group (it’s a food group, don’t argue with me) and Christmas is my favourite time of year. Both conjure up dreams of comfort, twinkling fairy lights, and lots and lots of mouth-watering, maddeningly tasty desserts. I couldn’t keep all of these insanely good recipes to myself, so of course I had to share them with you 🙂
Oh and if you haven’t seen them yet, here are some reviews of my books by Coconut & Berries, Green Spirit Adventures, Forks & Beans and Fragrant Vanilla Cake. I adore these ladies’ blogs and couldn’t be more humbled and excited that they liked my ebooks.
My ebooks contain some recipes, but not all that I took, so allow me to share the rest with you:
How about some Raw Matcha Truffles or Speculaas Chocolate Truffles to go with your afternoon tea? Or maybe you prefer a kick to your chocolate – in which case you’d love the Mayan Hot Chocolate and the Orange & Hazelnut Chocolate Pots.
I’m a traditionalist, personally, so my loyalty lies with my Mœlleux au Chocolat, the original French lava cake, all oozing goodness; it’s practically obscene to even talk of it.
But I’ve got you sorted with the party good, too: Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake, Chocolate Pecan Pie, or maybe the most dangerous of all: Death By Chocolate & Oreos. Lord help us all!
Some of you will tut at me for talking about Christmas already. I make no apologies for the fact that I start thinking about Christmas in July – no kidding. What? It is the most magical time of year, after all! And vegans especially have a bad time at Christmas – too often we end up snacking on crisps and breadsticks with dip at family gatherings. NO MORE. Say hello to cakes, puddings, luscious salads and mouthwatering pièce-de-résistance that will make your relatives look at their cuts of meat and think ‘What the hell am I eating this for when s/he’s feasting on THAT over there?!’
My Festive Roasted Winter Veg always make an impression. Move over, roast turkey – here’s my fabulous Pistachio & Hazelnut Roast with Cranberry Sauce, and the perfect Fragrant Roast Potatoes to go with it, plus the most Christmassy salad you have ever laid eyes on. Oh and this Chocolate & Orange Yule Log that’s on the front cover of my ebook? We gobbled it up in 2 days last Christmas, leaving none for my poor brother-in-law. Oopsie.
For all my British readers, I’ve planned a few recipes especially for Boxing Day, the day after Christmas: Pomegranate Syrup Pancakes for a leisurely breakfast in bed and an Uber-Cheesy Cauliflower Bake for the ultimate comfort food supper in front of the telly.
Thank you all for your support! 🙂