Remember when eating healthily and indulging your sweet tooth were mutually exclusive activities? Thankfully, that doesn't always have to be the case — or ever again, if this Brisbane vegan bakehouse has anything to do with it.
Now open in Everton Park, Veganyumm is the answer to every nutrition-focused foodie's prayers (because even the most disciplined crave a delicious treat every now and then). And, as the moniker suggests, those who don't consume meat or animal products should be particularly excited. The eatery isn't just dedicated to whipping up cakes, pastries and other tasty bites — it's also be Brisbane's first 100 percent vegan establishment of its type.
If the name sounds somewhat familiar, that's probably because you've come across Cinnayumm at Charlie's Fruit Market. After making a big impression with her egg- and dairy-free artisan cinnamon buns, owner, recipe creator and head chef Shairie Bhim has decided to keep the collaboration going. The cafe whips up all things vegan — as well as free from sugar and gluten — with everything from decadent red velvet cupcakes to cookies in their repertoire.
Waffles, pancakes and more also feature, with doughnuts on the list as well — because no Brisbane-based food business can overlook the city's doughy obsession. Drinks-wise, expect organic roasted coffees and mylkshakes (that's the vegan spelling of milk) too. If you're not vegan already, Veganyumm's menu just might change that.
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