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Jun 19, 2013
I don’t heat the chocolate at all. I put the coconut oil in a glass measuring cup on the stove burner on warm just till it’s liquid. Then I add all the ingredients in a seperate bowl. I’ve tried mixing the maple syrup and the carob powder together, then the coconut oil. I’ve tried adding one each to the oil. I’ve tried it right off the stove (warmer) and I’ve tried letting it cool more to room temp (but still liquid). Sometimes it mixes, sometimes it doesn’t. I’m lost…!
Jun 17, 2013
I cannot get the chocolate coating to blend for the peppermint patties. What am I doing wrong?
Jun 14, 2013
This website is literally amazing! Keep it up, I just bookmarked you!
Jun 3, 2013
May 22, 2013
Thank you Cara for the wonderful recipes you share with us. We are working to be gluten free, dairy free and egg free as well as low glycemic. Have you ever considered adding a low glycemic category to your recipes? Again, many thanks.
Mar 12, 2013
cara, I’m sorry for calling you carla
carla, what kind of sugar did you use for your pita bread recipe, just trying to figure out what went wrong.
carla, I am having a terrible time making the pita bread, I did not use superfine brown rice flour, and I used your flour blend. did not rise properly and so on, I added more flour and yeast. Should I start over. Please help.
Hi Linda! Sorry to hear you had troubles with this recipe If your dough did not rise properly either your water was too hot or too cold for the yeast. Usually you need the temp somewhere between 95-110 degrees. And if you are confident it was, then you might have had old yeast. The finely ground rice flour (or lack of) should not have affected the yeast rise (which, because it is gluten-free) will not rise beautifully the way gluten flour will. Hopefully this helps!
Feb 6, 2013
Cara – i just made the Vegan Dark Chocolate Strawberry Cream Truffles….they were amazing! I really love your site and always look forward to all of your recipes! Thanks again!
Canned Time says:
Dec 17, 2012
I again Cara! Thanks so much for sharing such wonderfully fun stuff with us. As I mentioned, you’re now officially a ‘Healthy Fun Food’ Blogger, yea!!!
Here’s the link http://canned-time.com/2012/12/17/healthy-fun-food-blogger-awards/#
Hope you have a great, safe week!
Nov 16, 2012
Cara, I just wanted to say again how much I love your blog. For this reason I have nominated you for a Very Inspiring Blogger Award (see http://missmarzipan.com/2012/11/16/very-inspiring-blogger-award-aka-happy-dancing-on-the-inside/). I truly wish you all the best!
Sep 28, 2012
I really love your cheese cracker snack but have been going crazy looking for a pastry cutter to get uniform little crackers. Please tell me where I can purchase one. Pretty please. Tracy
Hi Tracy! You can find the pastry wheel at any cooking section of any store, like Target or WalMart, etc. Here is a link for one online just in case though: http://www.amazon.com/Wilton-2103-355-Pastry-Wheel/dp/B001BO76HO/ref=sr_1_6?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1348842380&sr=1-6&keywords=pastry+cutters
Good luck! xo
Sep 29, 2012
I did a fare amount of looking online for one but I kept getting big company dies for oreo and that sort of thing. Thanks so much for your help I will check this out.
Aug 30, 2012
That’s FOUR…although I’d already liked you on fb, so maybe only three… Great idea!
Jun 2, 2012
you should totally make a recipe book. Your food is amazing. I’m so glad to have found your blog. Best wishes. Keep those great ideas coming.
P.s. You might just want to patent those lucky charms mellows – this might be a great product to sell. You’re an inspiration. Thanks
Wow. You just put a huge smile in my heart with such generous words! Thank you so much for that. I cannot begin to tell you how MUCH I appreciate your support… xo
Daniela morillo says:
May 29, 2012
FINALLY. I’ve been searching for a blog like this ever since I became vegan! Something with simple and great tasting recipes that don’t require me to spend loads of cash on new grocery items. Your food looks great and the ingredients are usually simple ,I love your blog thank you for the great recipes!
May 30, 2012
What an unbelievable kind comment, Daniela! Thank you for such sweet words–you really put a smile on my face and brightened my week. So glad to hear that you are liking what you are finding over here. xo, Cara
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