Lately, I’ve been craving quiche. I loved the stuff before I chose to give up all the animal products and I never could wrap my brain around using tofu to create something like an egg. However, for all of you skeptics out there, this recipe is THE BOMB. I’ve played with it just enough to get it right and I think you’ll love it. Once you get it down, there are so many variations of quiche that you can make. So, get ready to be eating breakfast/brunch food pretty much every day for a while. You’ll get hooked!
This is one of my favorite vegan dessert frostings not only because its so easy to make, but also because it tastes so fresh and the flavor of the strawberries really pops. I love to use it for cupcakes and sugar cookies, but this frosting works well for a vegan cake as a drizzle topping, too!
These muffins are a beautiful addition to a Valentine’s Day breakfast-in-bed. In fact, they are perfect addition to anything. Delicious, chocolate-y, and just the right amount of sweetness from the strawberry. You won’t want to eat just one! These take about 20 minutes to bake, and while that’s happening you can make some Strawberry Smash Frosting to double up on the deliciousness!
We all love pancakes and this Easter vegan pancakes recipe is a tasty vegan recipe which will give you the perfect breakfast for your vegan Easter celebrations.
This is not only a great vegan Easter recipe, but it is also one of my favorite vegan pancake recipes.
Vegan pancakes really are a delicious breakfast any time of the year, and they are so easy to make!
I was going to start this recipe off by talking about what a classic American dish the Waldorf Salad is. Its THE perfect refresher snack on a hot day and gobbled up at 4th of July pic-nics. But that isn’t the reason I posted it.
Ok, so…truth be told, I thought of this recipe because I’m obsessed with Gossip Girl. I was watching the season 3 finalé and found myself engulfed with two things: Blair Waldorf and a Waldorf salad. Alas…here’s the most perfect recipe that (I think) exists.
I’ve noticed lately that most vegan muffin recipes are packed with vegetable oil, which sort of grosses me out. So I’ve been experimenting with replacing oil with apple sauce. These muffins are delicious and very moist without the guilt! Happy Cooking!
This recipe actually came into effect during a vegan brunch that I hosted for some friends. I had intended on making samosas, but as time drew near, I realized I had the filling done, but no time to make the dough and fry the samosas before it was time to serve the rest of the food. So, with a little doctoring, I turned this tasty Indian pastry filling into some awesomely delicious mashed taters that were a BIG hit.
These crackers are great with hummus, mushroom pate, or any other tasty dip/spread that you can come up with! Great as a gift with some tasty vegan wine – or just a nice staple item to have in the kitchen for when cravings come calling.
We love pie at My Vegan Planet! Here’s a great vegan recipe for a classic apple pie with a twist! You can’t really get more American than apple pie. If you can’t find a vegan pie crust, check the site for our homemade pie crust recipe – super easy if you have a food processor! Serve this up at your next dinner party and its sure to be a big hit!
This recipe for a vegan sweet potato is simple and easy to create. It doesn’t take much effort and gives you a delicious vegan dessert! Most of our vegan recipes take you through creating the food from scratch. In this recipe however we are keeping it as quick and easy as possible, so we include an unbaked vegan pie crust in the recipe. You can also make this yourself, if you want it to take a little longer!
So lets get started 🙂