Need some recipe inspiration for the holidays? Look no further than here for some vegan holiday themed apps, sides, mains, and dessert! All plant-based and flavorful with a global-flare!
My Dill Dijon Green Beans Recipe is a holiday classic that pleases many palates. It’s relatively simple for a holiday dish, yet tastes like you’ve spent a bunch of time on it because the ingredients are super flavorful.
Do you love grilling but are a vegetarian or vegan? While grilling in the Midwest tends to be meat-centric, you can go all out with delicious and satisfying plant-based options like Brussels sprouts. Just marinate the vegetables like you would need to marinate the meat and plan ahead a tiny bit so it can marinate for at least 30 minutes.
A quick and super savory vegan miso butter mushroom recipe inspired by one of my favorite dishes at one of my favorite restaurants.
These smoky, garlic mushrooms are a quick, yet flavorful and healthy side dish or a perfect snack on the weekdays!
A fun and meaningful collaboration to create the best vegan chocolate chip cookies ever. See here for this delicious recipe!
Ful is a perfect weekday snack, appetizer at a party, and veggie barbecue accompaniment during those warm, but limited summer months. And best of all it’s ethically guilt free insofar as it’s a vegan snack that is quite healthy and nutritious. You can find Fava Beans in the international section of most grocery stores.
Hummus is such a healthy and delicious staple for all dietary backgrounds! While it doesn’t require that many ingredients, achieving the right consistency can be quite challenging, especially if you don’t have an ideal food processor.
Just make sure you have some good balsamic for the marinade and heat it on the grill enough for it to get that charred grilled flavor. Impress your guests at your next grill out and they won’t remember that you had a vegetarian barbecue!
Hosting or going to a dinner party? Not sure what to make? Want to bring something different from the usual cheese and crackers? A beet tartare crostini will not only impress your guests, it will also please your gut. While beets do take time to prepare, they are absolutely gorgeous and vibrant (oh and healthy) – I wanted to make a unique and fun appetizer for a dinner party I went to so I figured why not make a twist on a traditional beef tartare? The beet tartare crostini was not only beautiful to the eye but also extremely pleasing for the palate.