Dog Treats (Animal Product Free)

Oh this is funny. Well not really. I was trying to find a bone shaped cookie cutter to make treats for the animal shelter I am volunteering at and researching recipes, (there are two dogs there looking for a home who would make a good companions ((Evelyn and Hudson)) and Khalid’s new tour would approve!), when suddenly holiday Vegan Dog Treats appeared at Target. They don’t say they are Vegan verified, because when have you heard of these ground-breaking, modern Dogs? Although a little suspicious, I was glad because I didn’t want to figure out how I was going to cook dog treats in the park and figure out how to dry them enough to get the moisture ratio right. Here is the link for these Santa Snacks – Kringle’s Cookies by Blue Buffalo – Order online or try browsing the pet section at your local Target store. I am not sponsored by anyone I mention on this site by the way, although TD Bank extends me an unassociated line of credit on their Red Card which will get you another 5% off everything. Say a less guilty ‘Merry Christmas’ to your Dog from us.

Hanukkah Cookies (Vegan)

I may get to do one MixList within the next two weeks. Until then I’ll post other festive findings. As planned I managed to scour deep in the online search for a great start to Vegan desserts that are leaning toward Jewish tradition.

Dec. 12th to the 20th is Hanukkah
Lauren Conrad’s 2016 blog post on Vegan Paleo Hanukkah Cookies
found via Pinterest.

Philly.com’s Vegan Holiday Cookie Recipes
has Rugelach (a Jewish pastry of Ashkenazic origin) towards the bottom.

Greyt Vegan Life’s WordPress
A post with pictures from 2010 including a story. Mouthwatering star cookies, by the looks of them, with ‘hard-to-find’ replacement ingredients. Order them online if you have time or see one of the posts above for other substitution ideas.