Recipes Archive

Family Favorites Desserts: Chocolate Cream Pie

When Angela from Canned Time asked me to participate in the Family Favorites Desserts series, I immediately jumped at the opportunity. Each month, Canned Time is featuring a different blogger who has veganized a favorite dessert from her childhood. NuNaturals is the unofficial sponsor of the series, so their stevia products are

Roasted Cauliflower Cutlets with Lemon from Laura Theodore’s Vegan-Ease

I’m super excited to be hosting Laura Theodore’s Vegan-Ease blog tour today! Before I tell you how wonderful this book is, I should probably disclose that I’ve been helping Laura with marketing for the book. (But I wouldn’t be doing so if I didn’t love it!)  

African-Inspired Chickpea Peanut Stew

The beginning of autumn is just a few days away. It’s my favorite season, and my thoughts are turning to warm mugs of tea, snuggly sweaters, and crunchy leaves. One of my favorite things to do in the fall is to cook a big pot of stew that we can

Raw Pad Thai from Spiralize! by Beverly Lynn Bennett

I learned a little bit about raw foods in 2009 while I was attending the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and it was interesting enough that I signed up for a raw “cooking” class at the local adult school. In the class, the instructor made raw spaghetti with marinara

Brussels Sprouts Salad

I often have a large salad or a sandwich with a side salad for lunch. A few weeks ago I felt like I needed a break from my usual side salad of romaine, shredded carrots, and purple cabbage, so I dug around in the fridge to see

10 Vegan Recipes for Labor Day

If you’ve been reading  my blog on a regular basis, you may have noticed that I have taken short break from blogging in August. Most people take vacations in the summer, or they slow down and spend more time relaxing, but I’ve done the opposite. I’ve been been working

Apple-Pecan Tempeh Salad

During the hot months of summer, I tend to have a giant salad for lunch. Lately I’ve been feeling like my salads aren’t enough though, and I’ve been getting hungry a couple hours after eating them. I’ve realized that I need something hearty to add to the dish, or even

Spicy (or not) Cauliflower Po’ Boy from The Easy Vegan Cookbook by Kathy Hester

I often hear people say that they think eating vegan must be difficult – it’s hard to find ingredients, everything is too expensive, the food is weird, yada yada yada. While I guess that can be true of some vegan food, it’s not really the norm. Most

Raw Mushroom Onion Pizza

Remember last week when I wrote about the final project I worked on for Rouxbe? Well, I was actually crazy enough to create TWO raw pizzas for that assignment. Nuts, right? I thought making two different dishes at once would really push me out of my comfort zone,

Only-Kale-Can-Save-Us-Now-Salad from Eat Like You Give a Damn by Michelle Schwegmann & Josh Hooten

I’m not sure when I first heard of Herbivore Clothing, but I know it was well over 10 years ago, and I think my friend Val may have been the one who did the introductions. I remember gleefully pulling their magazine (aptly titled Herbivore) out of my