Do you find vegan baking to be too daunting? Not sure how to make cookies without eggs or frosting without butter? It’s actually really easy!
There’s nothing quite so satisfying as a bowl of noodles. Whether you’re looking for an Italian vegan experience (like my Vegan Fettucini Alfredo), a good Thai noodle bowl (be sure to check out my Thai Red Curry Ramen Noodle Bowls) or an easy vegan Chinese recipe (my Vegetable Lo Mein is the best!) this collection of vegan noodle bowls is sure to satifsy the whole family!
This Tofu & Vegetable Mei Fun recipe is the one I reach for more than any other recipe. It’s super easy to put together and it tastes amazing. If you have made Singapore Mei Fun before, it’s a Cantonese noodle dish. Singapore Mei Fun is a Chinese-Indian fusion, which features yellow curry and Chinese BBQ stir-fried with crisp vegetables and thin rice vermicelli noodles.
This Vegan Sundried Tomato Sauce with Chickpeas and Spinach is my favorite answer when the question: what’s for dinner? sneaks up on me. You know those days – the ones that get away from you and suddenly you’ve got a crowd of hungry people looking at you imploringly. Just tuck this sundried tomato sauce recipe in an easy-to-find spot and you’ll be all good.
Nothing says comfort food like a big bowl of pasta with a rich, homemade vodka sauce. And now, with this vegan vodka sauce recipe, plant-based eaters can get the same satisfaction. This dairy-free vodka sauce is creamy, bright and so easy to make!
Brighten up your vegan Mexican dishes with this easy Sweet Corn Salsa! This healthy, homemade salsa recipe features sweet corn, grape tomatoes, red onion, jalapeno, fresh lime juice and cilantro. I love to add it to my Spicy Red Lentil & Roasted Cauliflower Vegan Tacos or serve it alongside my Mango Guacamole!
Are you into cooking? Have you ever wondered about how to write a cookbook? Then my Behind the Scenes Cookbook Writing Series is for you! In these articles, I seek to answer questions like: how to create a cookbook outline, whether you should consider self-publishing your cookbook and the best way to sell a cookbook.
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.