This vegan asparagus soup recipe is a simple way to put a healthy plant-based dinner on the table. Made with fresh asparagus and nutritious white beans, this dairy-free soup tastes every bit as good as any traditional cream of asparagus soup!
Vegan Recipes and Vegan Cooking Tips
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If you’re considering trying on a plant-based diet, one of your first questions might be: can vegans eat pizza? The answer is a resounding yes! Vegans can eat pizza! And it can be easy, healthy and delicious! The trick is in the vegan toppings you choose for your pizza. In this blog post, I explore the best vegan pizza toppings.
If you’ve never heard of charro beans, welcome to the best thing you’ve never tasted! Seriously! This vegan charro beans recipe needs to be on your vegan recipe shortlist. Charro beans, aka cowboy beans, are pinto beans slow-cooked with some heavenly seasoning. My recipe calls for dried beans in a crockpot, but you can also adapt it to canned beans on the stovetop.
This vegan m&m cookies recipe produces the best vegan cookies. There’s really no other way to say it. And, I mean best vegan cookies, not just the best vegan m&m cookies.
This Vegan Southwest Black Bean Soup is low-fat, dairy-free and full of good-for-you ingredients like black beans, tomatoes, bell peppers and herbs and spices! It’s the perfect vegan weeknight meal.
This Peach Chia Jam is late summer in a jar! Made with fresh peaches, maple syrup, lemon juice and chia seeds, this peach jam without pectin recipe is both easy and healthy!
This Vegan Breakfast Sandwich features a butter bean mash, fresh arugula, sliced avocado, pickled red onions, roasted pepitas and, of course, an everything bagel!
This fruit-forward vegan raspberry chia jam is easy to make and oh! so! tasty! You might not expect it from a frozen berry jam, but this chia seed jam recipe is every bit as good as it would be if made using fresh berries. It’s truly the best in plant based jam!