This is just a little something extra to have with your meal. I like it on grilled tofu but there are all kinds of ways to enjoy this raw delight! It is also surprisingly good with fried plantain crisps.
So, I’m from Texas originally, and down south, there is nothing better than a hot day with a big ole slice of watermelon. Well, that and a huge cup of ice water. So lets blend the two and freeze them for a while and see what we come up with, shall we?
When the cold weather hits you always want something warm and satisfying, and this vegan spicy carrot ginger soup hits the spot nicely! It’s thick consistency and smoothness are perfect for those colder months, and when it gets warmer, this can be chilled and still tastes delicious!
Here’s a Thanksgiving side dish that will leave all your guests coming back for more. Go ahead and tell them its vegan, too. I bet they won’t believe you.
I apologize in advance for my lack of measurements in this recipe. This is something I have always done without exact measurements, as I feel that mashed potatoes is something you want to play around with until you have it juuuust right. Please direct any questions or comments my way. Enjoy!
This is a great salad on its own or served with a delicious savory dish. Easy to make and everybody loves it! Best when the fruits are in season. Don’t freak out when you see black pepper on the ingredients list – black pepper simply brings out the flavors in fresh fruit! This makes a nice-sized fruit salad, but feel free to half the recipe if its just for you and 1 other person.
This is a traditional Hanukkah favorite, but they are commonly made with eggs, which takes all the fun out of it for us vegans. I’m fond of this recipe. I’ve had to tweak it a bit to make it just right, but they goes down amazing with some apple sauce or tofu sour cream!