Vegan by Nature

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June Daring Bakers!!!

The June Daring Bakers’ challenge was hosted by Jasmine of Confessions of a Cardamom Addict and Annemarie of Ambrosia and Nectar. They chose a Traditional (UK) Bakewell Tart… er… pudding that was inspired by a rich baking history dating back to the 1800’s in England.

Hooray! I did mine today and made them especially as a father’s day gift. I played with the rules a bit and my pastry is in the shape of a bow rather than on the bottom. I also made the frangipane vegan and wheat free. They are strawberry flavoured and the only non fruit sugar used is the wee dots of icing on the tops. I found this challenge very therapeautic. Nice one.

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9 Comments»

  lisamichele wrote @

What gorgeous little tarts, and the bows are just darling! They're like gluten and wheat free petit fours! Great job!!!

  Anula wrote @

The look so nice and yummy!

  singinghorse wrote @

Gorgeous tarts with pretty bows on top. It was a great idea! Well done!

  Dragon wrote @

I love the little bows! Great job on this month’s challenge.

  Lauren wrote @

Awesome job doing both vegan and wheat free!! I love your little bows =D. Beautiful job on this challenge!!

  Aparna wrote @

Your tarts look so beautiful. I remember your pictures at the forum.
Bars with bows are a great way to present them.

  ice tea: sugar high wrote @

Love the bow details. So cute. Great job on the challenge, the tart look fantastic.

  Vera wrote @

These are so cute!

  thatsonetoughcookie wrote @

The bows are really darling. Good job!


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