It’s been weeks and weeks since I posted, and I have several, very good reasons, but I won’t bore you with them. Please be patient; I’ve got some great new recipes to post and I WILL get to it. I promise!
Onion bread just like my Mom used to make! She made her onion bread by adding Lipton Onion Soup mix (yes, it’s vegan!) to her regular bread recipe. I did the same with my Easy Yeast Bread recipe and it was a success! It smelled so good while baking that I could hardly wait for […]
Flourless peanut butter cookies are chewy and delicious – you’ll never miss the flour. Add the perfect compliment in the form of jelly and you’ve got the best of both worlds. They are very easy to make, with only 7 ingredients. You can use any kind of jelly that you want – I chose raspberry […]
Power bowls are a new trend in eating. The idea is simple – layers of different foods that compliment each other in one bowl. I’ve heard that food tastes better in a bowl and after trying this, I think it’s true! Notes Season your rice to your taste. I cooked mine in a little veggie […]
These lentil burgers are super easy and fast to prepare. They hold up well, and have a great texture, not at all pasty like some veggie burgers. I had these last night with sweet potato fries and had to hold myself back from eating all of them by myself! Notes You can substitute sunflower seeds […]
I got the idea for this recipe from Sweet Savant in a post someone shared on Facebook. I used my own cornbread recipe – veganized and low in fat, with diced green chiles instead of broccoli. If you want to kick it up a notch, layer some jalapeño slices with the onions. Notes Please be […]
These Roasted Vegetable Fajitas are delicious, low in fat and so good for you! I serve these on warm flour tortillas with salsa and homemade almond milk pepper jack cheeze. This recipe supposedly serves four, but two hungry, fajita-loving vegans could probably finish it off in one go. Buen provecho!
Vegan Picadillo is a delicious Cuban-style dish that reminds me a little bit of sloppy joes. It’s quite tasty on toasted hamburger buns or with rice or macaroni. It has a delicious, tangy taste and it’s one of those dishes, like chili or spaghetti sauce, that tastes even better when it’s made the day before. […]
Or, How to Trick Your Kids Into Eating Vegetables It’s not true that all kids hate vegetables, especially if they have been raised vegan. But they can be picky about their choices. When I was a kid I loved cooked spinach and sliced tomatoes, while my sister wanted cucumbers with every meal. But I think […]
Bean soup is hearty, filling and cheap! With the right spices and vegetables, you can have a delicious, healthy meal in a bowl. Here’s a bean soup recipe that is just the thing for a cold winter day. I serve this soup with warm crusty bread or cornbread. It’s delicious and very inexpensive to make. […]