This quick and easy Sesame Soy Tofu Stir Fry is loaded with fresh and colorful vegetables and plant-based protein. Tofu Stir Fry This simple Tofu Veggie Stir Fry turned out so good! I love finding new ways to incorporate more tofu in my life, which is basically a blank sponge that soaks up anything you […]
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No one will believe it didn’t cook all day.
Your new favorite Instant Pot meal has entered the chat! Is that what the kids are saying these days? That trend might be fleeting, but this delicious dish is here to stay! Inspired by the coconut curry from Tarka, it’s rich, comforting, and packed with plant-based flavor.
Roasted red peppers (DIY or easy peasy from a jar) get blended with tangy tomatoes, creamy coconut milk, and warming spices to create the perfect sauce to match tender sweet potatoes and hearty chickpeas.
Friends, you won’t believe how much these creamy overnight oats taste like actual pumpkin pie. It’s nuts! Oh, and there are actual nuts — candied pecans on top, which add a crunch that simulates crust. Swoon! And in place of whipped cream? Yogurt, naturally. Plus, these vibrant oats are naturally sweetened, subtly spiced, and incredibly satisfying. Let us show you how it’s done!
How to Make Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats
These dreamy, plant-based beauties start with mixing almond milk with pumpkin purée, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla for classic pie flavors.
If you’re looking for a festive fall dessert, this is it! All of the flavors of apple pie are stuffed into this fluffy dessert tamale. If you’ve never made tamales and think it’s too difficult, we urge you to reconsider! Once you’ve made a tamale, you realize how easy they really are.
Fluffy masa dough is whipped with vegan butter and vanilla, sweetened with apple juice and coconut sugar, and spiced with cinnamon and ginger, then stuffed with our date-sweetened apple butter and cooked until fluffy and tender!
This is not your average kale salad. Seriously, friends. It’s so good! Not only is this salad perfect for fall with its hearty, seasonal veggies and gorgeous autumnal colors, but it’s absurdly flavorful and nutritious to boot!
We could not believe how much we loved the bright, savory, sweet, and smoky qualities of this salad, and it’s safe to say it’s our new favorite way to pack in a ton of nourishing veggies.
Oh boy, we really did it this time! We took inspiration from Bouldin Creek Cafe for this chipotle pecan pesto but ended up with something that, dare we say, we love even more. It’s undeniably addictive, versatile, and perfect for sandwiches, roasted veggies, wraps, bowls, tacos, salads (recipe coming soon!), and more. This pesto knows no bounds.
We’re sure you’ll agree once you give this creamy, nutty, smoky, and uber savory creation a try!
This hearty beef stew cooks low and slow on the stove with pumpkin (or butternut/acorn squash) added when the beef is tender. Serve with crusty bread to soak up every last drop! Beef Stew with Pumpkin When the temperature starts to drop, I love to warm up with a comforting bowl of stew. Therefore, this […]
We aren’t kidding when we say this is the BEST gluten-free bread — it really is! It’s crusty on the outside, soft on the inside, fluffy, flavorful, and amazingly versatile. Not only that, but it’s also vegan and there’s no kneading required! Whoa! Isn’t that the BEST!?
We (of course) encourage you to make all your sandwich dreams come true with this bread, but you can also toast it up for breakfast or use it to make French toast, garlic bread, bread pudding, croutons, and beyond!
Chicken Cacciatore is a rustic Italian chicken dish made with bell peppers and mushrooms simmered in tomato sauce. Chicken Cacciatore It’s great over pasta, polenta or mashed potatoes. This is the version my Mom always made for us when I was a child, which I’ve always loved. I modified Mom’s recipe to make it a […]
Parsnips don’t get much love, and we think that should change. Perhaps this recipe will convince you to give them a try!
Why we love them as fries: They’re crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, cook really fast, and have the texture of a sweet potato fry with the taste of a potato-carrot hybrid (so good, right?). And when tossed in a bit of oil, salt, and our go-to vibrant curry powder, the flavors are perfectly balanced.
If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy spaghetti squash, this is it! It’s a hearty, flavorful, plant-based stir-fry with spaghetti squash noodles, crispy baked tofu, and tons of colorful veggies. It requires just 10 simple ingredients and is perfect for fall and beyond. Let us show you how it’s done!
Origins of Stir-Fry
Stir frying is a cooking method believed to have originated in China. Traditionally, stir-fries are cooked in a wok with a small amount of hot oil and continuously stirred.
Not to brag, but we really hit it out of the park with these nourishing and delicious Ethiopian-inspired teff crepes! The crepes themselves are endlessly versatile, wholesome, and nutty, and pair beautifully with the warm miso roasted vegetable filling. We’re sure you’ll agree once you give them a try!
The crepes could also be filled with an endless variety of savory goodness, or you could take them to the sweet side with a fresh fruit filling — yum!
Friends, we have another sumptuous overnight oat recipe for you, this time apple pie inspired! We are both oat and apple obsessed, so the combination of the two was inevitable. This simple, 9-ingredient recipe is perfect for fall and meal prep for busy mornings. We went for cooked apples to really highlight a pie-like texture. And it’s naturally sweetened to keep things on the wholesome side. Let us show you how it’s done!
These Spicy Sriracha Tofu Rice Bowls (air fryer or oven directions) make a flavorful protein-packed meatless meal that comes together quickly! Sriracha Tofu Rice Bowls If you like spicy food, I bet you’ll like these Sriracha Tofu Rice Bowls. Lately, I have loved tofu in my dishes – it’s a great source of protein and […]
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If hash brown casserole had a bougie aunt, this dish would be it.
Creamy goat cheese, crunchy pistachios and carrots, and a tangy Dijon vinaigrette tie it all together.
Is there anything better than a classic bowl of tomato soup? When it’s creamy, comforting, savory, and perfectly balanced like this one, we think not! This version has all the amazing tomato soup flavor you know and love thanks to simple ingredients and quick and easy methods!
This 1-pot wonder is the perfect pairing for grilled cheese sandwiches, vegan BLTs, grilled romaine salads, and beyond. Let us show you how it’s done!
How to Make Tomato Soup
The elements of a classic tomato soup are simple: sautéed onions, garlic, and dried basil bring depth of flavor, while whole peeled San Marzano tomatoes (a super sweet and balanced variety!) bring all tomato lovers’ dreams to life.
This protein-packed bowl of oatmeal, sweetened with ripe banana and just a touch of maple syrup, uses vanilla protein shake, egg whites to add more protein and make the oats creamy. Banana Nut Protein Oats Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. I try to start every morning with at least […]
Sausage, Pepper and Onion Stromboli (Stuffed Sausage Bread) stuffed with Italian chicken sausage, peppers, onions, pomodoro and mozzarella. Sausage Pepper and Onion Stromboli This sausage and pepper bread is basically a stuffed, rolled pizza. It’s so delicious you’ll want to make it again and again! I partnered with DeLallo for this sausage stuffed bread recipe […]
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