Looking to elevate your vegan brunch menu? This Almond Orange Bread is an easy, delicious way to dress up your breakfast buffet and impress your friends with your plant-based prowess. Made with oat milk, flaxseed eggs and olive oil (yes! olive oil) this sweet treat is richly moist and dense.
Going vegan doesn’t mean giving up the summer BBQ! Not if you bring red bean burgers! These kidney bean & quinoa veggie burgers are the best of vegan BBQ food. They’re packed with healthy ingredients like kidney beans, quinoa, pumpkin seeds, potato and flaxseeds. Now go and get your vegan BBQ on!
Ramen noodle bowls are all the rage these days and they’re very easy to adapt to a vegan diet. Miso paste is the key to this simple plant-based meal. It makes this mushroom ramen broth savory, sweet, tangy and salty. I also like to add sautéed shiitake mushrooms, chewy al dente rice noodles and mustardy bok choy to my bowl.
Do you think going vegan means giving up yummy desserts? Not so! This Vegan Lemon Pound Cake is richly dense and wonderfully sweet. As a plant-based dessert, this dairy free bundt cake swaps out the eggs, milk and butter traditionally found in pound cake recipes for flaxseed eggs, extra virgin olive oil and oat milk. It’s truly tasty!
It doesn’t get better than this Vegan French Lentil Soup Recipe! It’s easy, tasty and healthy. And it comes together quickly with just a few ingredients. Packed with vegetables and nutritious green lentils (also known as Puy lentils), this delicious vegan soup is sure to please!
Going vegan doesn’t mean that you have to give up dessert! Vegan desserts like these dairy free chocolate chip cookies are every bit as satisfying and delicious as traditional chocolate chip cookies. They’re soft, chewy and buttery and 100% vegan!
Few meals are as fun as taco night! Especially when you set up a taco bar with some fun and creative taco toppings. In this blog post, I share some my favorite toppings for my vegan tacos, everything from roasted cauliflower to mango guacamole to sweet corn salsa.