You always need a back-up plan in case you feel a little under the weather. This soup is what I’m counting on if I get sick this year.
This soup is pretty easy and you can even cut up the veggies the night before and keep in the fridge until the morning. Then wake up, throw everything … [Go to Full Post...]
Halloween is finally here! In case you still need to whip something up for your trick or treaters tonight or if you are planning a party this weekend, here are a few easy options for you.
A trio of spooky dips and/or spreads made from beans, veggies and one has some nuts in it to … [Go to Full Post...]
Maybe everyone doesn't do a count down of oatmeal day, but oatmeal fans are a different breed! Here are a few oatmeals for you to add in to your morning rotation plus a very special one for Halloween!
The top oatmeal is my Vanilla Fig with Baklava Topping from Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just … [Go to Full Post...]
Richa, of Vegan Richa, is one of my favorite vegan bloggers. She creates so many amazing vegan recipes and I love her Indian twists. She's written a great ebook for the Diwali holiday called Diwali Sweets. Keep reading to find out more about the holiday and the recipes in the book from Richa … [Go to Full Post...]
No one knows comfort food like Joni and Celine. I just wish I lived on the west coast so I could "drop by" for dinner on a regular basis. (Well, at least until they got tired of me.)
This book is a re-design of their book Hearty Vegan Meals for Monster Appetites and contains the same … [Go to Full Post...]
I will be doing a demo and answering some of your burning slow cooker and bean questions. Oh yeah, I'll be making Lemon Chickpea Muffins, Gluten and Soy-free Chorizo and my signature chai tea for you to try too.
You can read more about my demo here. I'm the very first speaker and I'm on … [Go to Full Post...]
I'm sure you've heard about Ricki Heller's new book, Naturally Sweet & Gluten-Free because the vegan bloggers (like me) just can't stop talking about it. Ricki is also well known for her blog full of wonderful allergy friendly recipes.
Below Ricki tells us all kinds of information on … [Go to Full Post...]
Here's another new vegan creamer to spice up your fall coffee or tea. It's full of cinnamon and apple all wrapped up in a creamy So Delicious Coconut Milk. It's cooked down thick and sweetened only with virtuous dates.
This was my first recipe with So Delicious' new Culinary Coconut milk and I … [Go to Full Post...]
Continuing on my Halloween theme, I have a delicious cupcake recipe that's perfect for your Halloween party. These cupcakes may not be super-healthy, but it's still better than a real candy bar full of unpronounceable things given out by people you don't know. Plus you made them … [Go to Full Post...]
This is not only a spooky dessert worthy of a campfire, it's quite gruesome too. If you have kids (or grownups) that love gross things they will love this, because it's meant to be a horror-worthy end to your Halloween meal!
In all honesty it's a simple and even wholesome chocolate dessert … [Go to Full Post...]
I love Halloween and spend entirely too much time thinking about what I can add a spooky twist too. Last night when I looked into my fridge and took inventory of my leftovers I had an inspiration to make Halloween themed sandwich spreads.
One can of white beans makes all three spreads. Each … [Go to Full Post...]
So by now you know the dirty little secret that most pumpkin spice lattes and syrups have dairy in them. But did you know most of them don't have pumpkin at all?
The pumpkin spice refers to a blend of spices you use in pumpkin pie. My other pumpkin lattes include pumpkin in their ingredients, so … [Go to Full Post...]
Today is the finale for Roland Foods week and I'm pulling out all the stops. It's close enough to Halloween to give it a spooky twist! Even if Halloween's not your holiday no one turns their back on a warm bowl of hearty chili when the temperatures drop. So enjoy it in a scary bell pepper, … [Go to Full Post...]
We're getting near the end of Roland Foods week, and today we visit another nut oil. This recipe uses RolandⓇ Pistachio Oil. I knew I had some kale I wanted to use up and I thought the pistachio oil would go great in an autumn pesto with a little of my favorite smoked salt.
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Today I have a wonderful fall stew for you that's quick and easy to make. I wanted to use up the last of the late okra and green beans plus a little early sweet potato. This recipe is a perfect seasonal transition.
What the heck is Kañiwa? It's a close relative to quinoa and is sometimes … [Go to Full Post...]