Saturday, September 27, 2008

Lavish 3 ways



It's that time of the month.

NO! Not THAT time but time for the the Daring Baker's challenge. This month's challenge was the group first vegan challenge. We were to make Lavish Crackers. We also make a vegan dip. I was a little apprehensive at first but quickly got over it. I had ideas for day but none stuck out, then I straight forgot that today was challenge post day and had to whip up some lavish real quick. Thanks to our hosts Natalie and Shel for one of the best challenges since I've been a member of Daring Bakers.
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I made Tomato Basil Garlic Lavish with Sun-dried Tomato hummus






Cinnamon Sugar Lavish with Mexican Chocolate Dip



And since I had some dough left over I made some non-vegan crackers...

3-Cheese Lavish


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END VERDICT - 5 stars

These cracker were GRREEAT! My mom and daughter ate the cinnamon sugar lavish before they got ANTM on so I had to make another batch so I could take their picture. I will definitely make these again! Check out all the other daring baker here.
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Until next time,
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Happy Smacking!

7 comments:

Jenny said...

Ohhh... Mexican chocolate dip? I feel like I need to take a moment of silence for that spectacular idea, yum. Hehe, great job on this challenge.

Em said...

Great ideas!!! You inspire me to want to make these again!!

Lauren said...

Ooo, your lavash looks great, especially the cinnamon ones with the chocolate dip - Yum!!

Micha said...

Wow - you really had some great ideas for this one! Especially considering how quickly you whipped them up (I was in the same boat, incidentally). I wish I had put cheese on some of mine...those look especially yummy...

Eat4Fun said...

Nice job on the lavash. They look great. I like your dips too, especially the Mexican Chocolate and I'm not even a big sweets eater. The 3-Cheese look very nice too.

chou said...

Life at your house sounds really yummy. I liked all of your variations!

Lisa Michelle said...

All three look great, but those 3-cheese are beckoning me. Great job, so creative!