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!
Vegan Colcannon Cakes (or colcannon patties) are the perfect snack for St. Patrick’s Day parties. They make a great appetizer or side dish for dinner, too. To create this dish, I’ve taken my favorite colcannon recipe shaped it into bite-sized patties! It’s a fun twist on traditional Irish fare.
Buffalo Potato Nuggets are a deliciously spicy snack. Serve them with non-dairy ranch dressing for the ultimate game day appetizer or moving night snack. This vegan recipe is a healthy take on tater tots, and it’s easy to make in the oven or air-fryer.
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.
Scrumptious vegan Thanksgiving Rice from Back to the Cutting Board by Christina Pirello is the perfect accompaniment to both your Thanksgiving feast and Christmas dinner. It’s also a terrific side for just about any autumn or winter meal. Thanksgiving Rice can be served as a side dish instead of traditional bread-based stuffing, or it can be used to stuff large portobello mushrooms or squash as a main dish. This recipe is gluten-free and oil-free.
Thinly sliced potatoes, kale, and dairy-free cheese sauce come together deliciously in this Vegan Kale and Potatoes Au Gratin. Similar to scalloped potatoes, this potato bake dish is the ultimate side for your holiday meal. This casserole style recipe is perfect for your Thanksgiving feast, Christmas dinner, or any time you’re craving a little comfort food. It’s non-dairy with a gluten-free option.
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…
Garlicky Mashed Butternut Squash is an easy-to-make side dish that will add a splash of color to the holiday table! About 15 or 16 years ago, a coworker who I frequently talked to about recipes gave me a winter squash. I told her that I had never had one before, and she was quite appalled….
This Broccoli with Cheese Sauce is a veganzied version of one of my childhood favorites. No one will ever guess that there are extra veggies hidden this dish! Growing up, I ate very little fresh produce. Almost everything came from a can, box, or bag. Even potatoes were canned! The only fresh vegetables I can…
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like Mexican food. Rice, beans, chiles, avocados, tortillas… what’s not to love? Getting Mexican food at restaurants can be a bit of pain though, because everything comes drenched in cheese and sour cream, and you always need to be on the lookout for hidden animal ingredients like lard and…