I don’t know about you guys, but when I see the words “Vegan Bake Sale,” I get really excited. Truthfully, I get overexcited because as soon as I saw a flyer for Boston’s Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale, I immediately mapped out the trip to the MSPCA where the event was being held. Keep in mind that this was a solid month before the actual event would take place. I then checked the internet periodically to make sure that I didn’t accidentally miss this delicious event, so to say that I woke up ready and rearing to go this past Saturday morning might be an understatement.
It was thirty minute trek to Boston’s MSPCA, which hosted the event and to which all the proceeds went. However, I knew that the trip was well worth it as soon as I saw the large table filled with vegan treats. I think we all know how it great it feels to look at an entire table of food and know that, for once, we can eat EVERYTHING.
I began my “research” about this event with a S’mores donut from Sabertooth Vegan Bakery— the breakfast of champions.
I paired my donut with some coffee, and by coffee I mean a Mocha Almond Fudge Cupcake made by Tara Keramaty, the organizer of the event. I asked her about Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale, and she said that all of the offerings were a combination of her desserts, donations from local Vegan restaurants, and even from random people who had just wanted to spread some vegan love! Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale truly incorporated all of Boston’s community, and I can’t wait to attend next year!
I hope to see some grass eaters out there, and if you want to find me, I’ll be the one shoving my face because I have finals the next week.
P.S. If the person who made those amazing Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites happens to read this, please give me your recipe. They’re the only things that have been getting me through this hectic week, but I’m down to my last one. (Three was definitely not enough!) Help a vegan girl out?