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August 10, 2010

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Manic Mommy

Could you deliver that to me? Now? I wonder if it'd taste the same without the vegan margarine. Not a fan. I'd be happy to try the almond milk though.

Half Assed Kitchen

Manic Mommy~ You could easily substitute butter or even regular milk. Though I will say that Earth Balance is a delicious dairy free option.

Healthy Foods Blog

Wow... the word that came out of my mouth. I'm 100% amazed on the outcome of your recipe. The quality is really great.

- Tera

Samuel

Interesting recipe. Just passed the recipe to an aunt who loves baking cakes. Can't wait to taste it.

Undercoverpunk.wordpress.com

OMG-- this is sooooo good! Five stars!

Recipe deviations: I had to substitute real milk for almond/soy/rice and I ended up making a half-batch of frosting because I didn't have enough butter.

This didn't matter a bit because the frosting is very sweet and the whole thing was DELICIOUS!! Addictive, even. I couldn't stop munching on it last night & I think I'll have some for breakfast this morning. ;) My guests were very pleased and I will DEFINITELY be making this again. THANK YOU!!

Tara

Just wondering if I'm the only one that noticed on the recipe...White sugar is NOT vegan friendly...

All Adither

Tara, we did not realize that. For others interested, here's more information on why cane sugar is often not vegan friendly.

http://www.vegsource.com/jo/qa/qasugar.htm

Kangar

A failed cupckae (or cake) is perfect to make cake balls with. Crumble it all up and put approx 1c (or s0) of your frosting in and smush it all together with your hands, mixing well. Chill it in the fride for a half hr or so. Take out and roll into bitesize balls, put back in fridge for about another hr. (if you have sucker sticks, line the balls up on a cookie sheet and stik in the sticks before putting back in fridge.) Once chilled again roll in melted chocoate (if that is GF and vegan, I'm neither so I don't know) if chocolate is not ok to use just micro your frosting for a few seconds to thin it out a bit and roll them in that. You can even add some sprinkles or whatever to make them cute too. Just and idea, good luck on the future recipes.

Nong

I have the book Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World and I've made about 8 of the different reiecps. I would absolutely put my cupcakes against any cruelty cuppies. Mine and light and fluffy and delicious. I had a stupendous FAIL with one recipe, but I think it was because the baking soda and baking powder were not as fresh as they should have been. However, I crumbled the cupcakes, added the icing to the mix, and ate it over vanilla vegan ice cream. OMG was that yummy! Don't throw them away!!!

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