A blog reader recently emailed me hoping to see a gluten-free version of an oldie but goodie blog recipe – the popular Healthy Strawberry Oat Bars from way back in 2010. There’s something about this time of the year that
When you think brunch, what comes to mind? Poached eggs perched percariously atop crinkly English muffins? Fluffy pancakes swimming in syrup and butter? The fact that no matter how many mimosas you down in an hour, few vegan options (aside from an assortment of simple fruit salads) are readily available at most brunch spots? Worry no more. From sweet and crispy Star-Fruit Chips to spicy North African Grilled Flatbreads with Za'atar, we've got a variety of tasty brunch dishes that are sure to please all, vegan and non-vegan alike. So the next time you're hosting a weekend brunch with vegans in attendence (if you aren't one yourself!), skip the awkward substitute salad for one, and serve something everyone can enjoy. (Pictured above: Roasted Red Pepper Soup Shots) Vegan Waffles Citrus Salad with Fried Rosemary and Olives Hummus & Curried Cauliflower Tartine Sticky Sesame Bars with Raw Chocolate Drizzle Quinoa Tabbouleh Apple Celery Granita Chocolate-Coconut Truffles Just-as-Sweet-as-Honey Cake Prosecco-Rose Petal Pops
Cookie dough ice cream was always a favorite of mine as a child, and when I gave up dairy a while back I thought that I would never enjoy it again. I was wrong though, because I just made some raw cookie dough ice cream cake that was better than any cookie dough ice cream […]
Eggs and milk are two main ingredients in most traditional cupcakes, making it difficult for vegans to enjoy the world's cutest dessert. But with some creative modifications -- like almond and coconut milk, nut butters and binding fruits and veggies ...
You don't have to be vegan to fall in love with any of these taste-worthy vegan dips and spreads. From "Basil Butter Bean Dip" . . . to "Mock Salmon Pate" . . . you'll find twelve tantalizing recipes you won't be ashamed to serve . . . for...
I pack lunches for my kids and husband every weekday, so I'm always looking for new ideas to make lunch seem a little less boring. Muffins are always a hit, but buying store-bought baked goods can really kill your grocery budget and they're not as...
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