To fill any craving of childhood
Ever since saying hello again to my dessert addiction post Whole30, I have been craving oatmeal raisin cookies. Unsure why, but I legitimately couldn’t get them off my mind for three days straight. Instead of filling this need for sweets void with more chocolate and my freezer full of DF VL ice cream, I decided to give my heart what it wanted. It was time to create a GF & DF oatmeal raisin cookie recipe. Good lord, what the F took me so long!? These delicious pillows of heaven seriously satisfied my craving and then some.
The best vegan dessert I’ve ever had
This past Sunday I found myself cooking up a storm in my kitchen for majority of the day (putting all the finishing touches on my Whole30 5-day meal plan) and when it was all said and done and I sat down on the couch to unwind, I immediately began daydreaming of new dessert creations. With a few hours to spare before dinner and a running imagination that just wouldn’t sit still and relax, I got up, went back into my kitchen, and assessed what ingredients I had on hand. After realizing I had majority of my favorite things (banana, almond butter, tahini, and chocolate chips), I decided to combine them into the best vehicle possible: a skillet cookie. Being that I am currently dairy & gluten free and that eggs right now don’t seem to be working too well with my stomach, I slowly realized when I popped this baby in the oven that this recipe is actually vegan. While I spent a few minutes questioning who the heck I have become, none of that mattered once I took a bite of this baby. Plus, I happened to have just purchased a pint of Van Leeuwen vegan ice cream (chocolate and mint chip) so I knew I was just about to elevate this to the best (and first?) fully vegan dessert I probably have ever had.