Vegan baker Sara Kidd launches new baking series remaking iconic cakes

Read Time:   |  23rd June 2020

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Vegan baking expert Sara Kidd takes us on a culinary journey across the globe to discover how to create iconic baking recipes with a vegan twist


Vegan baker and Vegan Food & Living columnist Sara Kidd is launching a retro-themed vegan baking series that veganises iconic cakes from around the globe, Vegan Around The World.

In the online series, which premieres on Facebook on July 12 and will be available to watch through her dedicated Patreon account, Sara recreates some of the world’s best-loved bakes with a vegan twist.

Some of these famous cakes include the Swedish Princess Cake, the Mexican Tres Leches Cake, the English Battenberg Cake, the Persian Love Cake, and Chinese Moon Cakes.


Known for her glamourous retro-vibe and mouth-watering vegan bakes, cookbook author Sara has filmed the series in her beautiful retro-themed kitchen in the picturesque lands of New Zealand.

Sara, who also shares her bakes on her YouTube channel, aims to inspire people to bake their favorite cakes with vegan ingredients with the series to show that vegan viewers can have their cake and eat it too!

To make it easy for viewers to recreate the bakes featured in the show, each episode comes with a dedicated web page that includes the recipe and baking notes.

Set to premiere in partnership with Nature’s Charm, Vegan Around The World will launch on 12th July on Sara Kidd’s Facebook page with the following episodes available to watch via her Patreon.

Featured image credit: Elizabeth J Photography



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