Photo on page 128 is of matcha powder, not wasabi.
For the Coco-Nut Macaroons on pg. 29, the instructions call for tofu to be pureed in a food processor, but rest assured, there is no tofu involved. A previous trial used tofu, but I wasn’t happy with it, and reworked the recipe completely; I must have forgotten to remove that step. Make the cookies as directed after that point, adding in the peanut butter to the main mixture first and combining everything in a standard medium-sized bowl.
The Ant Hill Cake on pg. 74 should serve 14 – 16, not “4 – 16.” Please don’t make yourself sick and eat 1/4 of a cake!
The Banana Split Cheesecake on pg. 78 is missing the very first line. Before doing anything else, you should preheat your oven to 325 degrees.
The Cherry-Berry Peanut Butter Cobbler on pg. 90 instructs you to add baking soda to the cobbler dough, but none is called for in the ingredients list. This is a mistake; there should be no baking soda.
On pg. 135, in the Cranberry Streusel recipe, it says “1/4 cup Plain Non-Diary Milk.” In the directions, it says “add in the soymilk” instead of “add in the non-dairy milk.”
On pg. 148, line 5 of the Pecan Trifle recipe, there is a page number missing (p…). Whipped Cream in not listed in the index, but the recipe is on p. 235.
The French Vanilla Ice Cream on p. 216 has the ingredient list accidentally printed twice. Use each ingredient only once, for the measure called for (do not double anything based on the second time it comes up on the ingredient list).
Photos are missing for the Citrus and Spice Waffles on page 134 the Cranberry Struesel Bars on page 135. They should be as follows:
For the Banana Pudding Ice Cream on page 4, the bananas that get mixed in at the end should be cut into 1/4-inch slices, not just quartered. Those would be some huge chunks!
The Double Chocolate Fudge Chunk Ice Cream on page 48 instructs that cocoa powder and coconut milk should be added to the fudge chunks, but neither are listed in the ingredients. The shouldn’t be there, so ignore those mentions! They were part of an earlier version of the fudge, but it came out too soft.
The Spring Blush Ice Cream on page 180 calls for vanilla extract, but never specifies when to add it. The extract should be stirred in right after the mixture is cooked and roughly blended.
The Fresh Corn Ice Cream on page 150 doesn’t mention using the vanilla, nor the milky corn liquid extracted from the cobs.
The Mouse Tracks Ice Cream on page 62 recipe doesn’t indicate when to add the vanilla, which should be whisked into the mixture right after turning off the heat. Both should be added to the the coconut milk, non-dairy milk, agave, and arrowroot mixture.
Have you found any other typos or errors in either of my cookbooks? Please let me know at hannah @ mysweetvegan . com