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!
These Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Shiitake Bacon are a delicious combo of sweet and savory, with a hint of smokiness. It’s the perfect side dish to share with friends and family during the holidays! Oh, brussels sprouts. You either love ’em or you hate ’em. And I absolutely adore them. They’re like cute, miniature
This Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup is fall comfort in a bowl! Made with canned pumpkin and coconut cream, it’s easy to make, and is delightfully rich and creamy. Fresh sage adds plenty of savory flavor! I’m finally bringing out the pumpkin! I’ve held back for a bit, but it’s time. When I set out to
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
The Best Vegan Caramel Apples are a classic fall treat made vegan, gluten-free, and corn syrup-free. Coat your favorite apples in this smooth, toasty caramel that requires just 5 ingredients! For the past few years, my mom and I have had a tradition of making caramel apples together on Halloween. I’m not really sure how
Soft and fluffy, these Vegan Apple Cider Streusel Muffins are filled with warm cinnamon and nutmeg, and fresh apple. Enjoy them as a tasty breakfast or snack! Want your house to smell like fall? Bake these muffins and I promise you’ll have the scent of pure autumn instantly wafting throughout your home. It’s a little
This Vegan Raspberry Mousse is deliciously light and airy. It’s the perfect blend of sweet and tart that makes for a fancy, yet simple dessert! For me, mousse happens to be a nostalgic dessert. It takes me back to the summer months of visiting my family in England on my mom’s side. Making weekly trips