WWII Oatmeal Molasses Cookies
This was my Grandmother's recipe from the 1940's. These cookies use molasses in place of brown sugar, which was one of the items rationed during the war (and harder to get than white sugar, they tell me). To me they're better than regular oatmeal cookies!
Aquafaba Whipped Cream
Vegan whipped cream made with chickpea liquid. I find that if you refrigerate the liquid, the aquafaba does not have to be beaten as long as when at room temperature. If in a hurry, use room temperature liquid and beat twice as long.
Green Onion Cakes
An excellent and simple recipe, these will make some delicious green onion cakes that are addictive and are just as good, if not better, than the store bought ones.
Chocolate Cake Batter Hummus
Dessert hummus is a thing, and it is absolutely decadent without all the guilt! Serve with pretzels, strawberries, or graham crackers. Also makes a delicious filling for crepes topped with bananas. You can trick anyone into eating chickpeas when they taste this good! For a deeper color and flavor, use Dutch process cocoa powder.
Soft Pretzel Sticks with Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce
Forget about that pretzel stand at the mall, and start making your own at home. These will be such a hit with your family; next time you'll be making a double batch. Coarse salt is traditional, but try sprinkling on some of the Everything Seasoning that's so popular now for another tasty option.