Celebrate summer with Roasted Ratatouille Salad! Loaded with the best seasonal produce—such as summer squash, zucchini, and tomatoes—this vegetable salad makes a terrific light lunch or dinner. This easy recipe is vegan and gluten-free. What is Ratatouille? Years ago, when I first heard the word “ratatouille” I thought it was some sort of weird meat dish….
This Vegan Waldorf Salad is a healthy, plant-based version of the classic. It’s made with apples, walnuts, celery, and grapes, with a nondairy mayonnaise dressing. I’ve added chickpeas for a little oomph. It’s a great side dish or starter, but it can also be a light meal on its own. This easy recipe is dairy-free…
This Cauliflower Tabbouleh salad recipe (or cauliflower tabouli) is super quick and easy to make. It comes together in a flash and is perfect both as a side dish to complement your dinner or a light main dish for lunch. This recipe is my own homemade take on Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Tabbouleh. It’s is raw, vegan, and gluten-free.
Tofu Benedict Salad is the ultimate vegan brunch dish for spring! It’s made with mixed greens, cheesy vegan baked tofu, tempeh bacon, and tomatoes, and it’s drizzled with dairy-free hollandaise sauce. It’s perfect for Mother’s Day brunch! It’s also a terrific recipe for lunch or a light dinner, too.
Love them or hate them, there are many health benefits of Brussels sprouts. They’re packed with nutrients that are known to prevent and reverse many conditions. Brussels Sprouts a very versatile ingredient, too. They can roasted, pan seared, added to salads, stir-fried, or even used as a pizza topping!
Made with kale, tomatoes, avocado, tempeh bacon, and a creamy tahini dressing, this vegan BLT salad is hearty enough for a meal, but it also makes a great side dish. This recipe has all of the flavors of your favorite sandwich in a cozy bowl.
Quinoa and Kale Bowl from Vegan Meal Prep by JL Fields is a simple yet flavorful meal that’s easy to make and can be served either hot or cold, for lunch or for dinner. It’s vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free.
Made with just a few ingredients, easy-to-make Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad is a terrific side dish for holiday dinners. Don’t wait for Thanksgiving to make this recipe though! Drenched in Maple Mustard Dressing, this Brussel sprout salad is full of fall flavors and is the perfect companion for just about any seasonal meal. Pecans and apples complement the Brussel sprouts in this dish, but you can use any kind of nuts and fruit and you like. It would taste just as delicious with cranberries and walnuts. This salad recipe vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free.
Loaded with tempeh bacon and sauerkraut and drenched in non-dairy Thousdand Island dressing, this vegan Reuben salad is a terrific light meal for the summer. Sauerkraut You may remember a few weeks ago I mentioned that Dennis had to go on antibiotics briefly, so I’ve been upping our intake of fermented foods, such as kimchi and…
Light and fresh White Bean and Cucumber is a wonderfully summery side dish. It’s a great addition to picnics, potlucks, and barbecues. Gardening I’ve always wanted to be one of those people who grows her own food. Before I had a backyard, I would buy herb seeds with the hopes of creating a little garden…