After my last post, I knew I was destined to make a dessert using my gluten-free graham crackers. It’s just the right thing to do. Plus, a girl can only eat so many graham crackers for breakfast! You can imagine
I said yum a lot while tasting this lovely dish, and I decided to call it the “no cheese vegan mac n cheese” because it reminded me so much of the old-fashioned mac and cheese I used to make. Cauliflower takes center stage in this recipe by providing the creamy, cheesy like sauce. I love using cauliflower...
If you cherish pasta like I do, I think you will love this plant-based, high protein rustic Italian pasta with heirloom tomatoes, walnuts, capers and olives. A mouthful but a delectable mouthful. I especially loved the addition of the raisins because they added a sweetness that offset the earthiness of the walnuts and the saltiness...
Every week, Caroline Wright creates simple, civilized recipes for Food52 that feed four for under $20, in under 20 minutes. Today: A vegan veggie burger that even carnivores will love. From the many cookouts I’ve attended this summer, I’ve gleaned that people usually eat veggie burgers for philosophical or dietary reasons. It’s a rare person who opts for one without feeling a sense of compromise or […]
These protein bars are perfectly designed to fuel you for those longer days and harder work outs. They are super easy to make and so delicious that even your kids will want them. Equipment: Food processor 1 large mixing bowl 1 small bowl Spoon Dehydrator (optional) Parchment paper Cookie sheet Ingredients: 2 tbsp maple syrup […]
On the surface, this glow-y orange business is a trashier outing than we're all used to here, but a craving's a craving and OOOOH. Em. Gee. This one turned out pretty great. The "queso" itself is bonafide wholesome--the application of it determines the trash factor for real. The first thing you have…
I opened our fridge last Thursday when we received our weekly delivery from Full Circle and started putting away our order. I opened one of the crisper drawers and found to my surprise, not one or two, or even three, but four semi-eaten bunches of celery!
Just one look at the list of ingredients in conventional candy corn is enough to make you shriek. Who knew there were so many different words for sugar? But we'll admit that those cute kernels, with an enticing trio of colors and honey-sweet flavor, can
A moist, delicately spiced, not too choccolatey but totally moreish cake. Cut it up into small squares and serve it up on a nice platter at a party – I promise you they’ll be gobbled up in the blink of eye. Maybe best to make a double batch…
If you have no time to be in the kitchen, then this recipe is for you. By planning ahead and making larger batches of things at the beginning of your work week, it helps to cut down prep time and still allow you to make quick and delicious meals. The best part about this recipe is […]
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