Eat Your… Citrus Sweets

The End.

Today marks the end of my 6-month stint here at Accidental Hedonist. It has all gone by too fast, but that’s how it goes. I would like to thank Kate for the opportunity to write, especially regarding my focus on solely vegetarian topics. Additionally, my thanks go out to everyone who has read the past 23 articles and left an insightful comment. I hope my words have inspired you to try food that you’ve never considered before.

Before I leave, here are two ways you can view my article archive. The first is a customized Google search link that pulls in all 24 of my articles, sorted by date with the most recent article at the top of the list. The second method is to click on my very first article and scroll down to the bottom where I listed the topics — I went back and linked all of them.

Customized “Eat Your…” Search

Eat Your… Introductions

Thanks again everyone. As always you can find me over at Our Farm Adventure, where my fiancee Laura and I are learning how to build our own house, start a farm, and live off the grid in northeast Georgia.

Citrus Sweets

Once again, I painstakingly searched the web for what I believe to be the best vegan desserts that prominently feature citrus, such as lemon, lime, orange or grapefruit. Enjoy, and if you have a favorite citrus recipe of your own please post or link it in the comments!

As always, the links are for vegan recipes only and several are gluten-free.

Cakes, Pies, Cookies

No-Bake Avocado Lime Pie

Easy Lemon Pudding Cake

Vegan Lemon Cupcakes

Orange Pudding Cupcakes

Key Lime Teasecake

Ginger Lime Cookies

Vegan Lemon Squares

Red Grapefruit Curd Filled Donuts

Ice Cream and Sorbets

Key Lime Ice Cream

Cantaloupe Lime Basil Sorbet

Orange Pushup Sorbet

Other

Vegan Lemon Cornmeal Waffles

Lemon Maple Scones

Lemon Pine Nut Scones

Candied Orange Peel

Thanks to Flickr user QuintanaRoo for the photo of Key Lime Tarts.

Key Lime Tarts

Ben is a graduate student at NCSU studying Crop Science with an emphasis on Sustainable Agriculture. Official foodie credentials are non-existent, other than the fact that he has been cooking for himself since he was 12 years old. You can find his personal blog at bengarland.com, photos and videos at bengarland’s Flickr photostream, and his plans for a self-constructed earthen home and organic farm over at Our Farm Adventure.