This one is especially for Jayne, who loves Sweet Potato and Leek Soup. Happy Cooking!
I live in England several months out of the year and for a country that isn’t exactly known for their brilliant cuisine, there are a few things they definitely deserve awards for. For starters, Yorkshire puddings, sausage and mash, and Sunday roast, just to name a few. All of which, I have found vegan recipes for. With that being said, the sidekick to all of these delicious dishes is the Red Onion Gravy. And here you have it…a truly vegan recipe that is just as easy to make as it is tasty.
When I was a kid, I hated brussels sprouts and refused to eat them. Now that I’ve learned to cook, I’ve realized that the reason I hated them was because I had never had them cooked a way that tastes as delicious as this! A perfect side dish for your vegan holiday feast!
For all of you people out there that love minty chocolate, this one’s for you. Perfect to make a few days in advance and refridgerate. It also makes an amazing gift for your favorite vegan! Make sure you keep it in a cool place, as it can be a bit soft.
Decorating cookies is one of my favorite holiday pastimes. There is something really nice about sitting around a table loaded with different colored frostings and sprinkles…just begging to become edible decorations for gingerbread cookies! Here is a great recipe for making the perfect gingerbread cookies. Perfect for any holiday occasion! Makes about 3-4 dozen, depending on the size of your cookie cutters.
Lets face it, stuffing is an important part of the holiday feast. Without it, the table would definitely be missing something. Here’s my personal recipe for a delicious stuffing that is bound to be a perfect match for your vegan gravy and vegan holiday roast.
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!
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!