Vegan Avocado Brownies (Healthy & Gluten-Free)

Vegan Avocado Brownies (Healthy & Gluten-Free)

Fudgy and rich vegan avocado brownies are better than regular brownies. These are flavorful, spongy, and packed with chocolate and nutrients. These vegan avocado brownies are healthy, vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free. They are great for breakfast, dessert, or a special treat. Since we should not feel guilty after eating a treat, I added healthy [...]

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza Empanadas (Empanadillas de Pizza Vegan)

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza Empanadas (Empanadillas de Pizza Vegan)

Vegan Pepperoni Pizza Empanadas are crispy, flavorful finger food, snack, appetizer, or light meal. They have a crispy puff pastry shell and a delicious vegan pepperoni pizza filling. Plus they can be made gluten-free, baked, oil fry, or in the air fryer. I used my puff pastry recipe for these vegan empanadas. Find it under [...]

Vegan Quesitos – Puerto Rican Cream Cheese Pastries

Vegan Quesitos – Puerto Rican Cream Cheese Pastries

Vegan Quesitos are crispy, flaky, and decadent puff pastry filled with a delicious vegan cream cheese filling. Vegan Quesitos - Puerto Rican Cream Cheese Puff Pastries is my vegan version of the most delicious and popular pastries in Puerto Rico. You can find them around the island in bakeries, food stands, and restaurants. I grew [...]

Coquito Tres Leches Cake – Puerto Rican Dessert

Coquito Tres Leches Cake – Puerto Rican Dessert

Coquito Tres Leches Cake is a delicious sponge cake soaked in my traditional Coquito and topped with Italian Meringue. This is my version of Coquito Tres Leches. I've been making this recipe for a very long time. It was my clients' favorite recipe when I had my home-based bakery in Kentucky. Sharing my delicious Coquito [...]

Puerto Rican Vegan Bacalaitos – Bacalaitos Veganos

Puerto Rican Vegan Bacalaitos – Bacalaitos Veganos

These Puerto Rican Vegan Bacalaitos are crispy, fluffy, fish-free fritters that are great for any occasion.  Bacalaitos are a staple in our Puerto Rican street food culture. You can find them everywhere around the island, especially at food stands, carnivals, and even at your church's cafeteria. My grandmothers used to make them all the time. [...]