Monday, November 19, 2007

what do you do for a gorgeous vegan on her birthday?




You make cupcakes, of course! In this case, fluffy peanut butter cupcakes with a chocolate ganache topping...



...and a few butterscotch chips on top!



Today was Bridget's birthday, and luckily she works near me so I got to take some treats from "Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World" over for her! Bridget's greyhound, Sally, has been having some medical difficulties lately, but fortunately today she seems to be feeling a tiny bit better. That's the best birthday gift, isn't it?

Today's VeganMoFo was brought to you by the letters B (birthdays), C (cupcakes), and D (doggies). Happy birthday, Bridge!
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20 comments:

maybepigscanfly said...

How sweet of you to bake those vegan cupcakes for Bridget's birthday!

And you got me laughing with the "today's veganmofo was brought to you by..."

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

What a lucky lady!

lotta said...

The muffins are looking so good.

Johanna3 said...

they looks awesome!

Vegan_Noodle said...

Lucky birthday girl!

Bridget said...

Awwwwwwwwwwww...thanks for the Birthday wishes, the cupcakes and coming by to visit! I have three left and I am hiding them from the students! They are like bloodhounds. They can smell food from miles away.

Ashasarala said...

I love the color of that hair. :)

The cupcakes look mighty tasty. I want some too! My birthday's coming up next Monday! ;)

the little one said...

You're such a nice friend.

Rachael said...

thats so nice of you! Those cupcakes are beautiful...the second picture especially is the definition of "food porn"...

Melody Polakow said...

Lovely cuppers!

the pleasantly plump vegan said...

what an awesome birthday gift!

Veganista said...

Mmmm. Peanut butter. Chocolate. And butterscotch chips??!! Great birthday fare...

Vincent Guihan said...

Mmm, your ganache looks delicious!

Peace, Love and Veganism said...

Wow - loved your previous post about Thanksgiving. What a difficult holiday it is - everything centered around dead birds! I will be posting my own thoughts on the holiday as will many others I'm sure - especially poignant because I teach Kindergarten and must do all the cutesy turkey crafts and such.

reiskeks said...

Hi bazu, I usually say only good things about Sheese, but this time (I read your post on What the Hell does...) I have to warn you: do not try the Blue Sheese, it could be a major disappointment... I actually had to toss it away, I could not bring myself to eat it, the taste was metallic and chemical, like drinking a sip of steel polish or something (cannot describe this better) *sob* ...maybe it goes away when added somewhere during cooking or after melting, but I doubt it...

VeggieGirl said...

oh my goodness gracious could those cupcakes be ANY more decadent-looking??? yum!!! and how lovely of you to bake them especially for Bridget's birthday!! I hope she enjoyed them :0)

Aww, and I hope that Sally's health improves soon :0(

Cakespy said...

Not sure which is cuter, the vegan or the vegan cupcakes!

aTxVegn said...

Once again I'm being tortured by the sight of vegan butterscotch chips! I'm just going to have to break down and order them. I know those lovely cupcakes brightened Bridget's day.

Dayna said...

These look fabulous.
Your photos are great!
& What a wonderful gift to share.

Isil Simsek said...

Lucky Bridge ;)
I wish I could grab one cupcake now ;)