Hannah Kaminsky

Hannah Kaminsky
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I don’t use egg replacer for most things just because I see it as a whole new craft,” says Hannah. “I’m not replacing things, I’m not taking them out, I’m just creating something from scratch.”

Hannah Kaminsky
Hannah's Featured Recipe
Black and Whites

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Hannah Kaminsky is the author of My Sweet Vegan, a cookbook of desserts and other sweets that are suitable for vegans as well as everyone else, regardless of their dietary proclivities.


Her next book, Vegan Desserts, is scheduled for publication in the spring. Hannah says this book will have more than 100 recipes including "my much sought-after meringues and macaroons."


She began experimenting in the kitchen as a child and when she got a little older, developed a passion for vegan baking. By her senior year in high school, Hannah was producing award-winning sweets, which she gathered for her first book. Hannah not only developed every recipe, she also tested and photographed them for the book.


One of her triumphs, she says, is a vegan marshmallow for her version of mallomars. She also created Mimosa Mallowmars, which are imbued with orange zest and champagne and then dipped in dark chocolate.


Hannah is now in her first year of college and working on a second cookbook. Her blog is and her website is

Latest Recipes

Root Beer Ice Cream

Here's a new and refreshing twist on the typical ice cream recipe! You'll likely want to add this Root Beer Ice Cream recipe to your go-to list of summertime beverages. Exhausted, overheated, and above all else, thirsty enough to down the contents of an entire water cooler in one big gulp, its the oppressive humidity that makes it near impossible to think of cooking or eating real food in summer. Instead, my thoughts instantly drift over towards frozen treats, iced teas, sodas, and many combinations of the three. Right behind the classic soft serve cone, brown cows (otherwise known as root beer floats) are my absolutely favorite way to take the edge off of an unbearably hot summer day. A few generous scoops of luscious vanilla bean ice cream, leisurely bobbing about in a tall glass of fizzy root beer, slowly melting and becoming one creamy concoction- Now thats a drink that would make any difficult season more enjoyable.

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Meyer Lemon Bundt Cake

Watching delicate snowflakes beginning to falling just beyond the windows thin pane of glass on yet another cold, windy, and gloomy day,...

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Black and Whites

As a young child, my parents often took my sister and me into New York City, to see the sights and experience a slice of the life that th...

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Frozen Grasshopper Pie

Whats sweet, minty, and green all over? Dont worry, its not the set up for a bad joke, but a grasshopper pie! With roots going back on...

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Easy as Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream

Cooking seasonally keeps things exciting New produce to utilize and different flavors to play with. It gives the changing atmosphere muc...

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Animal Crackers with a Kick

As any vegan can tell you, there will be people out there who are just out to press buttons and ask antagonistic questions about your cho...

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Berry Chocolate Muffins

If berry-picking were an Olympic sport, I’m almost certain that my dad and I would at least take a place on the podium. We’ve certainly b...

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Pancakes for One

Left to my own devices, solo meals are hardly even noteworthy. Hummus and chips, or hummus and veggies show up on my personal menu almost...

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Pear Butter

I kept the flavors bright and simple with just a touch of lemon juice, plus one dry, wrinkled vanilla bean that was nearing the end of it...

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