Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
With the Halloween season upon us, I am rolling in pumpkins which means pumpkin seeds. When you carve pumpkins you scoop out the guts and seeds. Instead of tossing the seeds with the guts, turn the seeds into a snack.
Turning your favorite thanksgiving foods into vegan friendly options. The menu for this holiday season includes mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, stuffing stuffed mushrooms and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Maple Spiced Doughnuts
Falling leaves & maple trees: Sunday's in our house start with a home cooked breakfast followed by some light laundry and lots of quality time. Sunday's are made for recharging and resetting for the week ahead. Start your Sunday off with maple spiced vegan doughnuts.
Maple Pecan Waffles
Flavors of Fall: Maple syrup, pecans and cinnamon all in one dish. The batter smells like a crisp autumn morning, which is exactly how you should be enjoying these waffles.
Power Up Protein Bar
Chocolate protein and peanut butter go hand in hand. If you are looking for a snack you can grab & go, grab a peanut butter protein bar. With oatmeal, protein and nuts, it has all the necessary ingredients to keep you full and focused until your next meal.
Pumpkin Chunkin' Chocolate Cups
October 1st marks the start of pumpkin season! Pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie and now pumpkin chocolate cups. They are a pumpkin twist on a Reese's cup. With just 5 ingredients these vegan pumpkin chocolate cups are perfect treats for your next Halloween party or movie night!
Banana Nut Muffins
Bananas have always been a quick and vegan easy breakfast. But when the bananas ripen too quickly, and you need to use them fast, vegan banana nut muffins are the best way to go.
Vegan Squash Soup
It's sweater weather and soup season! Squash soup is a creamy soup packed with vegetables, perfect for dipping a grilled cheese sandwich. So grab your favorite sweater, a bowl of vegan squash soup and let's get komfy.
With the return of crisp, cool fall air comes crisp, juicy apples. Apples bring apple juice, apple cider and applesauce. Make the most of the season with these vegan applesauce pancakes.
Vegan Pancakes 10 Ways
With a few tweaks to mom’s traditional pancake recipe, trading eggs for bananas, I was able to enjoy Sunday brunch again. Keep reading to find out how you can make your pancakes vegan friendly for your next Sunday brunch.
Apple Cinnamon Doughnuts
In my hometown fall begins September 1st with apple season. Apples are a staple flavor of fall and these doughnuts are the perfect fall treat to start the fall season.
This southwestern salad is a perfect meal for a bright summer day. With spinach, avocado and radish, this salad is a light meal that will not weigh you down. This meal is detox friendly, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan friendly. This salad features healthy greens and plant-based proteins.
Pineapple Rice Bowl
I love rice bowls: sushi bowls, teriyaki bowls and now pineapple bowls. Try brown rice or cauliflower rice as your base, add your veggies, pick your sauce and eat! It's that simple! Recipe inside!
Taco Time: Lettuce Wraps
I may be a little obsessed when it comes to Mexican food and tacos are no exception. To make one of my favorite foods a little healthier, I switched out the corn tortilla for a head of lettuce. Making this dish a low carb choice perfect for vegans, diabetics and anyone on the keto diet.
Holy Guacamole! Instead of paying extra for guacamole, you can make your own at home with only six ingredients! Ripe avocado, diced tomato, chopped onion, garlic salt, cilantro and a squeeze of lime. Click inside for the recipe!
Black Bean Burgers
Black Bean Burgers are a summertime favorite! It can be difficult being a vegan at the family barbeque but with these black bean burgers everyone will be satisfied! Click inside for the recipe!