Oven Roasted Squash with Kale and Cranberries: This colorful, simple and absolutely delicious side dish will surely brighten up your holiday dinner table. The flavors really compliment each other from the creamy Butternut Squash to the sweet cranberries and the rich savory kale. This is a traditional holiday dish for our family and we hope it finds it’s way to your family’s table too.
Mediterranean Kamut® (Khorsan Wheat) Salad....it is an ancient grain that we recently discovered at our local market. Kamut® has a rich, nutty flavor and has made us curious how it tastes in both savory and sweet dishes. We’ve started with this Mediterranean inspired dish and really loved the way the grain paired with the veggies. After doing a little research we learned this grain has great nutritional benefits. And can never be GMO.
"Gluten-Free Vegan Eggplant Rollatini" This is a guest post by Brook and Michael over at Being Vegan Eats. Ingredients: 1 large eggplant, or two smaller eggplants 16oz. Tofutti Better Than Ricotta Cheese 10 basil leaves 2 Tbsp. toasted
This is a completely raw and outrageously delicious dish. You can prepare this in no time at all if you have the right tool i.e. a spiralizer, mandolin, grater or a Veggetti, which is what we used. We actually found it for sale for less than $10 at our local pharmacy. This is such a fun way to eat raw veggies. This dish has bold, full flavors from the fresh basil, garlic, tomatoes and zucchini. Plus you also get all the pure nutrients from eating them raw.
10 Vegan Super Bowl Favorites: With the Super Bowl on it’s way this Sunday, we put together a collection of 10 of our favorite crowd-pleasing plant-based recipes from our past blog posts. Our veganized versions of some of these game day classics are easy to make and easy to eat! We hope that your favorite team wins the game but we’ll be rooting for the puppies to win us over with cuteness at the Puppy Bowl!
Vegan Sloppy Joe: Here is an American classic sandwich known as the Sloppy Joe which got it's name from a cook named Joe at a cafe in Sioux City, Iowa back in 1930. Traditionally this is made with ground beef but th...