Cozy up with a bowl of Split Pea Soup with Cheesy Sage Dumplings. This hearty soup features yellow split peas, red potatoes, carrots, and celery, served with delicious, fluffy dumplings. While we may be teetering between winter and spring, I have a feeling that the cold weather will be lingering around for just a little
This vegan Swiss Chard Pesto is packed with plenty of nutrients and flavor. Add it to pasta, pizza, sandwiches, and so much more! I wanted to create a pesto that was a little different than traditional pesto with basil and pine nuts, so I went for Swiss chard and toasted pistachios. Let me tell you,
Pomegranate Orange Moscow Mule is a refreshing cocktail with vodka, orange liqueur, pomegranate juice and fizzy ginger beer. Enjoy this festive drink during the holidays, winter, New Year’s Eve – whenever! Is it just me or does it seem like the past week has been a blur? We had something planned for several consecutive days
These Festive Lentil Hand Pies are filled with a savory mix of lentils, mushrooms, walnuts and red wine, wrapped in flaky layers of vegan puff pastry. Serve as a scrumptious plant-based entree around the holidays. I’m stoked to share a handheld, plant-based entree that’s sure to please omnivores and vegans alike. If you’re looking for
These Cardamom Pancakes with Cranberry Orange Compote are fragrantly warm and fluffy. Made with whole wheat flour and naturally sweetened, they make for a wholesome breakfast! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and it’s time for all things Christmas-y! Are you ready? Usually I wait until December before I get out the decorations, but this
This Vegan Apple and Blackberry Crumble features lightly sweetened fresh fruit topped with an autumn-spiced crumble. Serve warm for a dessert that’ll keep you cozy during the fall and winter! If you need a last-minute Thanksgiving dessert that’s quick and easy, you’re in luck. I’m coming at you guys with a bonus recipe this week!
Set your table for the holidays with this Whole Roasted Moroccan Cauliflower slathered in a non-dairy yogurt and Ras el Hanout marinade. It requires just 5 ingredients (minus salt and pepper) to make! Roasting vegetables is my all-time favorite way to prepare them. It brings out the savory flavor and makes vegetables nice and crispy