We lost out to President George W. Bush’s personal chef. His book, published by the White House Historical Association, beat out the All American Vegan Candy Cookbook for best new independent cookbook at the 2020 American Book Fest Awards. We were, however, named a Finalist. And since none of our recipes use products that cause harm, we’re first in the hearts of animals.
With recipes that veganize America’s most iconic commercial candies, including Snickers, Three Musketeers, Milk Duds, KitKat, Twix, Dots, Tootsie Rolls, Blow Pops, and more, the All American Vegan Candy Cookbook has more than 100 recipes for copycat candies that look and taste the same as your childhood favorites, as well as recipes for other classic sweets such as fudge, caramels, salt water taffy, truffles, and so much more.
Like All American Vegan — our first cookbook that veganized classic diner fare — the All American Vegan Candy Cookbook dispels the misconception that a plant-based diet means deprivation. So whether it’s one of nation’s best selling commercial candies you’re craving, an old-fashioned favorite like pralines or Opera Creams, or holiday treats like Marshmallow Peeps, Cream Eggs, and Valentine Conversation Hearts, get a taste of what you won’t be missing…
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If your still focused on the main course and you’re hankering for vegan fried “chicken” with fluffy mashed potatoes, gravy, and biscuits, try All American Vegan, our original diner cookbook, by clicking here. It will give President Bush’s chef a run for his money.
P.S. We’ll forgive the slight, but only because the Bush family adopted a shelter puppy and rescues cats.
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