Bring these to a party, potluck, or gathering and no one will know they’re vegan. Tell them, and they won’t care one bit.
When I asked on Instagram whether you all would prefer undetectably vegan recipes or super healthy, wholesome recipes, I was happy to hear that both were quite equally requested. After all, I think both are pretty darn useful.
So if you’re one of those folks looking for the kind of recipe you can make for friends and family to show them that vegan food can be just as good (if not better) than typical nonvegan foods, this recipe will suite your needs perfectly!
Nope, vegan food isn’t all salads and smoothies. Plants can be transformed into wonderful things, you know.
…Such as this rich, creamy fettuccine Alfredo to satisfy your comfort food cravings, perhaps.
Though it’s on the healthier side when compared to the typical dairy-based version, cashews provide an amazing richness and ultra cream-factor to the sauce.
Spring is right around the corner so I figured, what better thing to eat than spring rolls?
They have the word Spring in them after all.
Spring rolls are undoubtedly one of my favorite foods. They’re simple, full of fresh veggies, and an all- around light and healthful meal/appetizer.
So, what are we waiting for?! Let’s dive into the recipe!
It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Asian dishes and flavors. Especially tofu and peanut sauce– both of which are included in this bowl! Continue reading Quinoa Tofu Bowls with Spicy Peanut Sauce
Happy 2017, friends!! Cheers to a year of good health & yummy vegan food!
I thought we should kick off the new year with these HEAVENLY vegan burgers. I’ve been working at this recipe for a while now, and I think I finally cracked the code!
This is the last post of 2016. But there’s no reason to frown, because with the new year comes comes great things. 2017 means new (and even better) recipes, a consistent 2 recipes/week schedule, and a few other things I’m not going to talk about just yet!
With that said, let’s dive into this recipe!
Fried rice used to always be my family’s go-to meal for parties and potlucks, or to enjoy on weekday nights at home. I loved it–but unfortunately, it wasn’t vegan.
Since oyster sauce and fish sauce are key flavors in traditional fried rice, making vegan fried rice taste good, has been a struggle for me.
It’s that time of year when you make cookies. Am I right?
I mean, Christmas is only four days away!! (like whaaat?!)
So are you ready? Have you started baking yet?
(And if you don’t celebrate Christmas, you should still make some cookies…hehe)
Breakfasts for me are almost always on the sweeter side. I usually stick to a large smoothie, banana ice cream, and in the colder months, I’ll have oatmeal.
Savory for breakfast? Why not?
Though I would typically prefer a sweeter breakfast, this recipe convinces me otherwise.