Vegan Almond Blueberry Pancakes

A Cozy Kitchen
Fri, 9 May 2014 07:00:37 +0000
When I fly home, I always get a call from my mom right before my flight takes off, “will you be wanting animal flesh for dinner.” She’s not kidding…haha. My mom has been vegan for a long time now and while I can’t imagine being vegan, her body has never felt better. I remember, as […] (Read more...) Tags: AlmondAlmond Breeze CollaborationAlmond MilkDairy-FreePANCAKES by Adrianna AdarmeVegan
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