Healthy, Vegan, and Vegetarian. Try this delicious bread that is made with amazing ingredients like maple syrup, pumpkin, molasses, and coconut yogurt for your upcoming Thanksgiving dinner. In this Grokker Premium video, Ayurvedic Expert Talya Lutzker shares this dessert recipe that is sure to impress your guests.
2. Apple Cider Doughnuts
A recipe for mini, gluten-free, veganapple cider doughnuts...yum!
3. FullyRaw Pumpkin Pie!
You haven't tried Pumpkin Pie until you have tried my magical FullyRaw Pumpkin Pie! It's all-raw, low-fat, and SUPER sweet! Watch me turn into a pumpkin as I share with you this unbelievable recipe!
4. Spiced Carrot Cake with Rum & Candied Ginger
Follow along with this surprisingly easy recipe, and you will be delighted at how light and moist this cake turns out! Flavors of orange and lemon zest, candied ginger, coconut, sultanas (raisins), and a little dark rum infuse this double layer carrot cake giving it a balance of nutty and spicy notes. In this Grokker Premium video, Dessert Chef Ella Caulier shares her take on a delicious carrot cake that you don't get everyday.
5. Lemon and White Chocolate Cheesecake
Want the perfect and easy cheesecake recipe? Follow Pastry Expert Ghalid Assyb in this Grokker Premium video, where he shares his sweet and balanced Lemon and White Chocolate Cheesecake recipe. This cake is perfect for a party dessert or a Sunday dinner.
6. Pumpkin Bread Pudding
If you think the combination of bread pudding and pumpkin pie sounds delicious, then you will love this Pumpkin Bread Pudding. This dessert takes small chunks of bread and soaks them in a rich and spicy pumpkin flavored custard. And while this bread pudding is delicious on its own, to make it extra special, try serving it with a sweet caramel flavored toffee sauce. This is the perfect dessert to serve in cooler weather or when we just need a little cheering up.
7. Moist And Tasty Pumpkin Cupcakes
These Pumpkin Cupcakes are a great way to enjoy pumpkin. They are moist and taste of pumpkin and its complementary spices (ground cinnamon, ginger and cloves). Once the cupcakes have cooled, they are covered with a tangy cream cheese frosting and a sprinkling of chopped nuts (pecans or walnuts) or English Toffee Bits. I like to serve these cupcakes after a casual Fall or Winter meal but I think they would also make a nice addition to your Thanksgiving baking.