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Product Details

  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Veg Food & Fit; Original edition (September 18, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0971805210
  • ISBN-13: 978-0971805217
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 6.4 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,632,860 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Wendy Gabbe Day has been a vegetarian since birth, and a vegan for most of her life. She resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband, Eric, and their much-loved rescued dog. A life-long athlete, and a former Division 1 college basketball player, Wendy likes to run, hike, and bike around the beautiful Pacific Northwest. When she's indoors, you'll likely find her in the kitchen creating a sweet treat with whole-food ingredients. Check out her sweet adventures at VegFoodandFit.com

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This book is full of so many good, simple, and healthy treats.
rcinbvtn
Day's style is familiar - like a good friend is coming over to tell you how to make food that tastes good, is good for you and makes you FEEL great.
Barrett Sakow
We especially love the oatmeal pancakes, the raspberry oat bars and the chocolate pudding!
sarah shu

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mme. Magpie on September 23, 2010
I sampled author Wendy Gabbe Day's delicious "Raisin Almond Buckwheat `Granola'" at last weekend's VegFest in Portland, Oregon, and knew at once that I had to purchase her new book, Scatter Vegan Sweets, where the recipe is printed on page 77. This was a surprise because the flavor of cooked buckwheat isn't one of my favorites (but in this recipe, the buckwheat is used raw and has a completely different taste and texture). Also, I avoid granola because it's calorie-dense and has to be doled out in small servings--like candy. All I can say is that I took a bag of the granola home and have had it for breakfast every day since. Even the tiny serving (1/4 cup compared to the full cup of dry cereal I usually eat) kept me going and energetic until lunch--who knew? I've stocked up on raw buckwheat and other ingredients and expect to make a new batch as soon as the supply runs out.

I tried the "Nearly Raw Oatmeal Raisin Cookies" (page 24) and was thrilled at how easy they were to make--just 10 minutes start to finish--and how totally I want to make more! My first batch made a great dessert with a bowl of fresh peaches and strawberries, and I can see taking these cookies to a potluck or on a hike.

There are so many tasty sounding sweets I'm eager to try: "Raspberry Lemon Scones,", "Pumpkin Raisin Walnut Muffins," "Strawberry Fig Bars," "Raw Coconut Cherry Truffles," and many more.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Korns on September 26, 2010
These days more people seem to be modifying their diets for various reasons, whether it's to improve their health, to reduce animal suffering, or to be kinder to the environment. Scatter Vegan Sweets makes it so easy to prepare treats for friends (I won't say family because all my family members eat most anything they are served) because every recipe is free of dairy, eggs, honey, and gluten. As much as I like the idea of making my own nut milk, I can't seem to find the time -- which is why I like some of this book's recipes that simply call for non-dairy milk, which I always have in my fridge, whether it's soy, hemp, almond or rice. So with the purchase of a few dates, I could make the delicious peanut butter chocolate chunk shake, since I already had all the other ingredients. The book's six different recipes for granola are a godsend, considering that the ones off the shelf or in the bulk bins are usually disappointing and lacking the chunky and chewy textures produced when following Gabbe Day's recipes. Overall, the recipes use common ingredients and take very little time -- the treats are both practical to make and flavorful to serve.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lynne Justen on October 3, 2010
I purchased this book because I have had the pleasure of enjoying many of Wendy's recipes in 2 rounds of Veg101 classes sponsored by NW Veg of Portland, OR. I started on a journey a year ago of becoming vegan initially for health reasons, but learning more and more the impact animal products have on the environment and cruelty to animals which is absolutely unnecessary. I love the fact that all of these recipes are easy to prepare, do not take unusual ingredients, and are not time consuming! I tried her rice garbo bars which are great to have on hand as a snack anytime when I feel my blood sugar dropping, and the lemon cranberry poppyseed bread which was delicious. Am looking forward to trying many more recipes and highly recommend this book for the low sugar, low fat, no gluten, and whole grain ingredients. Joy to read and a joy to enjoy the goodies!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Barrett Sakow on September 26, 2010
I got this book because I was enticed by the yummy, whole-food treats. I'm hooked on the Green Rice Berry Smoothie and the Carrot Ginger Bean Muffins! I knew I was going to love making the recipes I perused - and they were simple enough that I already had most of the ingredients. What I wasn't expecting was how much I was going to love making these recipes for other people!! When I brought the Strawberry Thumbprint Cookies to work they were such a hit I was anxious to bring in another dish. The food led to great conversations about why THESE Orange Cranberry Oat Scones were different from the ones down in the cafeteria. Day's style is familiar - like a good friend is coming over to tell you how to make food that tastes good, is good for you and makes you FEEL great. Her recipe index is comprehensive and I love her informative and conversational introduction to each recipe. I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for her next book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susan on September 23, 2010
I bought this book because all the recipes are healthy and easy to make. They are low in sugar and have no oil, butter, margarine, eggs, or gluten. I first tried the Raw Chocolate Almond Shake. It went together in a couple minutes and it was yummy. I plan to make it a lot. The Gingerbread Cookies do not turn out like your "typical" cookies which have very little nutritional value, since they are usually full of white flour, butter, eggs, etc. These cookies have brown rice flour, almonds, apple, and flax meal. They have a hearty delicious flavor and I enjoyed dunking them in my coffee. Each recipe is preceded by a fun introductory note describing how Wendy deveoped the recipe, how she might serve it, or how she enjoys eating it. I can't wait to try more - like the Kiwi Lime Pie and the Strawberry Fig Bars.
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