Looking for ways to lighten up your pasta dishes for the summer? Try this farmer’s market chickpea vegan pasta recipe! It’s light and full of flavor. And, best of all, you’ll have a great dinner time option to use up all those beautiful vegetables you find at the local farmer’s market!
I am a fool for pickled red onions! I use this pickled red onion recipe at least weekly as I like to always have a jar of them in the refrigerator. Pickled red onions are an asset to so many vegan recipes. I add them to my avocado toast in the morning, my burritos at lunch time and my tacos at dinner. You think I’m kidding, but I’ll take any opportunity I can find to eat them!
I am galette obsessed. Peach, plum, mushroom…this strawberry rhubarb galette. Not familiar with galettes? All you really need to know is how easy they are to make. This galette recipe features a homemade vegan pie crust, but you can make things even easier by using a store-bought crust for “practice.” The filling for this strawberry rhubarb galette is silly easy. I made it with fresh strawberries and rhubarb, sugar, lemon juice and chia seeds.
Check out these baked falafel burgers! This summer has me trying to up my veggie burger game and this baked falafel recipe is one of my new favorites. Fafafel, made out of chickpeas, is a healthy alternative to traditional hamburgers and are super easy to make! I opted to bake these falafel burgers as well, making them less messy and better for you!
Chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans) are a key ingredient in many vegan recipes. “Sure, sure, I know all about hummus,” you might be thinking, but did you know you can make cookie dough out of chickpeas? It’s good too! And don’t forget about other vegan-friendly chickpea recipes like chickpea curry and chickpea salad sandwiches! Check out my blog post to learn more about how to cook chickpeas!
Satisfy your summer sweet tooth with this chocolate peanut butter banana nice cream! Never heard of nice cream? It’s exactly what it sounds like – a vegan version of ice cream! This nice cream recipe mimics Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey® but uses a creamy cashew base instead of heavy cream. Chocolate and peanut-butter covered pretzels and just a hint of banana make this nice cream recipe truly delicious!
Chia seeds are quite possibly the mightiest ingredient in vegan cooking. Packed with antioxidants, protein and calcium, these tiny seeds are a nutritional powerhouse. A popular vegan substitute for eggs and gelatin, chia seeds are packed with plenty of health benefits.
Nothing tastes better than fresh herbs! This homemade herb vinaigrette recipe features fresh parsley, oregano and basil. These herbs are blended with tangy red wine vinegar, spicy garlic and creamy extra-virgin olive oil for the perfect herb vinaigrette recipe.
Do you love PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps, but wish they were vegan? Then this Vegan Lettuce Wraps recipe is for you! I’ve dressing up simple tofu lettuce wraps with some extra veggies for a healthier version of the original. And that dipping sauce? I’ve got you covered there too! This recipe for my tangy, salty Asian Dipping Sauce will have your taste buds singing!
Here’s a savory vegan recipe for you as we head into cooler fall weather – Apple Butternut Squash Soup! What’s so lovely about this easy vegan recipe is that it’s full of natural ingredients and unrefined sweeteners. This butternut squash recipe uses freshly roasted butternut squash and gets its delicate flavors from slow-cooked shallots, apple sauce and, of course, its featured topping – crispy sage and toasted pepitas!
Craving Thai food? Tom yum soup is one of my favorite Thai recipes, but finding the ingredients to make a vegan version of this soup can be tricky. I’ve found an easy way to get my Tom Yum Soup fix though! I start with at Lotus Foods’ Tom Yum Soup Rice Ramen Noodle Cups and then add a few key, fresh ingredients. Spice craving satisfied!