Whether you're following a vegan diet or not, these pancakes are a must. You won't be able to resist this fluffy and sweetly spiced veganized buttermilk stack — just one pancake is 77 calories and offers four grams of protein. These are also
If you've ever seen my Instagram you know I love whipping up healthy desserts. Well, these look like something I'd create, but they didn't come from my kitchen: Vegan nutritionist Lina Saber created these matcha raspberry energy balls using Panatea, a high-quality matcha. If you love the taste of green tea, think of these vegan treats as a healthier whole-food alternative to sugar-filled truffles. Ingredients: 1. 1 cup pitted Medjool dates 2. 1/4 cup almonds 3. 1/4 cup cacao powder 4. 1 teaspoon
Filling and flavorful, this casserole is easier to make than enchiladas, since you don’t need to roll the tortillas or make a separate sauce. Instructions: 1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Chop or prepare all ingredients before starting. Place 2... Read more
Braised Greens, Potatoes & Mushrooms with Lemon, Dill and Fennel Some people look at me skeptically when I start talking about the connection between spirituality and veganism. But the truth is once you stop eating dead animals your energy changes. Your body becomes clean for the first time in your life, and the highly potent...
Ruth Dorman brings 20 years of experience as a vegan to the Eating for Health Supper Club in Waynesboro, Pa. Dorman, 83, of Greencastle, Pa., is one of eight cooks in the group, which typically serves 45 to 50 people at its monthly gatherings. She s
My mom made a version of these savory pancakes for dinner when I was a kid. My updated version is healthier, but no less delicious—and now I enjoy them for breakfast, too! For best results, don’t try to flip the... Read more
This gravy takes just minutes to put together. Sometimes my boys eat just a bowl of mashed potatoes and gravy for a snack. For dinner, we serve this dish with sautéed broccolini or green beans. To Make the Creamy Golden... Read more
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