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Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka Bakes Vegan on New Babycakes App

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If you adore Babycakes, the vegan bakery that has fans all over the world, you might be thrilled to hear about their new app.

Featuring guest stars like Kiernan Shipka and Mark Bittman accompanying Babycakes owner Erin McKenna, this app has recipes, how-to videos and shopping lists for vegan, organic and gluten-free treats. You’ll find recipes for pies, cupcakes, sandwiches, donuts, cookies and more.

12-year old Shipka and a very pregnant McKenna make gluten-free waffles accented with delicious blueberries, bananas, and chocolate chips according to Co.Create. The actress frequents the L.A. Babycakes bakery (along with many other celebs) and even cooks from their cookbook.

McKenna said about getting her involved, “I knew her from Mad Men, of course, but I didn’t want to embarrass her and say so.” But when Shipka came in again with her mom, they got to chatting and that’s when her involvement with the app was born.

Whether or not Shipka is a full-time vegan or vegetarian, we’re not sure, but we’re glad to see she’s helping spread the word about vegan goodies.

If you want your own access to the app, Shipka, Bittman and more, check it out.

 

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