April 25 is National Zucchini Bread Day

Any recipe Isa comes up with is always a huge hit around here. Check out her Zucchini-Banana Bread. I can smell it already and I haven’t even started baking it! Photo credit belongs to Isa Chandra.

April 24 is National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day

Reason 43903 why I love Field Roast! This recipe is so simple made with ingredients that are amazing! Who doesn’t love Chao cheese? Seriously one of the best there is out there that’s decently priced! Check out the recipe by Chuck Pepper Jr. Photo credit belongs to Field Roast.  

April 23 is National Cherry Cheesecake Day

When I think of cheesecake, I think of Esther the Wonder Pig. I wrote a review of the book when it came out and if you want a heartfelt story that is also funny, I highly recommend reading the story. Click here to buy the book. They also created a children’s book AND they have a new book…

April 22 is National Jelly Bean Day BUT…..

O.k, I know vegans are very creative and I can find recipes for gummy bears, but no jelly beans. Since April is also National BTL month, let me introduce you to the TLT from Good Stock. I have tried almost everything on the menu, but the TLT is one of my favourites!

April 21 is National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day

I would melt some Enjoy Life chocolate and dunk in some tasty raw cashews, let it firm up in the fridge on a parchment lined cookie sheet. IF you have some leftovers, store them in the fridge in an air tight container, like a mason jar. Enjoy!

April 20 is National Pineapple Upside-down Cake Day

Who doesn’t love a good pineapple upside- down cake? I love pineapple even on pizza!!! Yummy! Check out this pineapple upside-down cake. Photo credit belong to Ann Vallely from The Vintage Vegans. How appropriate because this cake reminds me of my childhood.

April 19 is National Rice Ball Day

These Vegan Italian Rice Balls look absolutely divine! Photo credit goes to Gabrielle of Eat Drink Shrink. I just love the name of her blog, don’t you?  

April 18 is National Animal Crackers Day

Yes, vegan can eat animal crackers. Try this Gluten free animal cracker recipe. It looks pretty easy to make. So get out your animal cookie cutters and start baking 🙂   Photo credit goes to Cara from Fork and Beans.

April 17 is National Cheeseball Day

This recipe takes 10 mins to make and I swear, it can’t get easier than this! Check out Easiest vegan cheeseball ever! Photo credit goes to Becky from Glue and Glitter.

April 15- National Glazed Ham Day

Vegans can make everything and anything. Celebrate the day with Vegan Seitan Ham w/ a Pineapple Mustard Glaze. Photo credit goes to Terrence and Brittany Roche from Plant Power Couple.

April 14- National Pecan Day

Take your favourite ice cream, add some berries and whipped cream, maybe some sauce and add chop pecans. Yummy! What is your favourite pecan recipe?