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These delicious skewers look fancy, but are deceptively simple to make – and they’re always crowd-pleasers. Using a combination of one jalapeño and half a habañero (or Scotch bonnet, if you’re lucky enough to find them) makes a medium-spicy dish.
This salad makes for a delicious and interesting addition to any picnic or potluck but could work just as well in cooler weather by leaving out the tomato and cucumber.
If you’re looking for fun and creative new ways to use sweet potatoes, you’ll love this crowd-pleasing recipe. Prepared vegan sausages add tons of flavor and protein, and kale adds gorgeous color and great nutrition.
Often when we’re hungry, our go-to choices aren’t ones that nourish us healthfully. With just a little planning, you can have delicious choices at the ready, like this easy salad made with simple ingredients from your fridge and pantry.
Summer is all about simplicity and the bounty that comes from our gardens and farmers markets which is one of the reasons we love this recipe. Zucchini, corn, and bell peppers all typify warm weather eating.
Nachos for breakfast? You bet! An easy Southwestern-style tofu scramble serves as the “meat” here, with black beans added for even more protein. Pickled jalapeños and shredded vegan cheese (pepperjack-style is our favorite) add loads of flavor.
These petite loaves are moist and flavorful from mashed bananas and gluten-free oat flour, which can be easily (and inexpensively) made at home by blending rolled oats in your blender until they resemble a fine flour.
This should be one of your favorite risotto recipes! Light, creamy, and full of fresh spring colors and flavors, it’s also vegan. While most risotto can easily be a scrumptious vegan food by using vegetable broth and eliminating the cheese,
These power balls are everything I love in a snack. They’re sweet but not cloying, packed with protein and fiber (thanks, sunflower seed butter and oats!), and super easy to whip up at a moment’s notice–you won’t even need to turn on your oven.
Baked ziti has a special place in my heart. It’s been a family favorite for years and when it’s made with a quick tofu ricotta that gets stirred in for richness, everybody’s happy. But when the weather is warming up and a dish that’s