Tagged with vegan recipe

All Hallows Eve Vegan Pumpkin Curry

We are so excited to submit this recipe for the Virtual Vegan Potluck! (Please visit their site and check out all the other great recipes and bloggers!) Many thanks to all the organizers and contributors! This simple, seasonal curry is full of delicious flavors of the season. Make sure to add love as you stir up … Continue reading

The Best (and Easy!) Vegan Mac and Cheese

Some days you just gotta have it. You will need the following: 1/4 C Earth Balance 1 package Elbow Macaroni (Regular or GF) 1/2-1 C Soy Milk 1 package Daiya Shredded VEGAN Cheddar Cook Elbows according to package. Spread a thin layer of Earth Balance in baking pan and preheat oven to 350, set aside. … Continue reading

Smooth and Creamy Chocolate Tofu Mousse

This is a super easy, whip-it-up-and-eat-it dessert that will satisfy your craving for something sweet after dinner! You will need: 1 package Silken tofu 2 TB unsweetened cocoa powder 1/3 – 1/2 cup pure maple syrup or agave nectar 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp pure vanilla dash of cinnamon (optional) sliced berries or fruit (optional) … Continue reading

Chewy Date Nut Bars

Here is a great, simple recipe for date and nut bars that are perfect before a workout or anytime you want a quick, healthy snack. You will need: 1 cup cashews 1 cup walnuts 3/4 cup pitted dates (I use Medjool dates) 1/4 cup coconut palm sugar 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/8 tsp sea salt … Continue reading

Red Lentil Stew – Alicia’s Original Recipe

This red lentil stew recipe is extremely easy and so delicious!  You can create variations of this by adding different spices and/or herbs and including other veggies in the stew.  It is wonderful just cooked or leftover with brown rice or on top of mixed greens or spinach.  Versatile, easy, nutritious, and yummy…what more can … Continue reading

Indian Vegetable Stew

I have always loved the flavors of Indian food and, depending on how much spice you use, they can be as subtle or as intense as you like.  I found this recipe from Eating Well and adapted it a little to my own taste.  This makes a big batch of stew so there will be … Continue reading

Gram’s Fruit Salad

Growing up, Thanksgiving Day always included Gram’s Fruit Salad!  She would lovingly section the grapefruits and oranges, squeeze the juice out of each one, and slice the red grapes to create a beautiful and delicious beginning for our meal.  She would serve the fruit salad in dainty dessert glasses on her perfectly set table.  We … Continue reading