The aroma of banana bread baking has got to be up there among the most comforting scents in the world. But despite banana bread’s breakfast-time status, it’s often not much healthier or forgiving than a dessert cake, because of the sugar, milk and white flour. This time, what’s coming out of the oven will be wholesome in all the right ways, giving you the fiber, energy, and bulk you need to start today – any day – on the right foot. Enjoy!
I’m always on the lookout for desserts that give me that post-meal sweetness I crave without overdosing on the sugar or fat. This is a fresh dessert or snack recipe that has just enough chocolate in there to satisfy your needs. The fresh mint adds an extra element of lightness that keeps your breath fresh and your palette cleansed. Enjoy!
Instead of actually having a cold, leftover pizza for breakfast, as one does, why not deliberately make a fun, breakfast-apropos pizza with only a handful of basic ingredients? Toppings are welcome, but that’s completely at the discretion of your morning manner.
There is no way I’ll feel compelled to go back to the white potato after today’s recipe. I’ve skinned, chopped and cooked celeriac (celery root) in butter with a dash of salt and pepper. That’s it. The great thing about celeriac is that it softens quickly – within 2-3 minutes of cooking – and develops the same texture, taste and appearance of regular hash browns. So what’s stopping you? You cut so many corners with this lower-carb, healthier alternative to morning comfort, that adding a bit of butter isn’t a setback. Enjoy!
I love jasmine rice because of its deep taste and its dark color. It’s fun to work with, and I decided to pair it with grated beets for an even darker-colored dish with an earthier flavor. It’s super delicious, filling and great for digestion! Raw beet is much more easy to eat when its shredded and it makes for a juicy salad! Enjoy!
Here is a video I made for VegNews, demonstrating a hearty vegan burger – the chickpea burger! It’s delicious and filling and can be served anyway you like. Nix the bread and serve over a grain, or you can form the burgers smaller and scoop the up and eat them with green leaves. Enjoy!
Ever make a poached egg? It’s not the most fail proof of processes, but there are ways to make sure it always comes out okay – and the trick is in adding vinegar to the boiling water! You can toast the bread if you like, and the result is a half sandwich that oozes with egg-yolk goodness with each bite. The tomato is roasted for extra warmth and depth of taste while the rocket leaves add a some fresh nutrition to the mix. Enjoy!
It had me at broccoli, but the rest only adds to this dish’s appeal. If you asked me what my favorite aroma is, I will most likely say that it is finely diced onions cooking and caramelizing. It’s simply what I equate with comfort and immediately gets my mouth watering. Corn bread is a classic comfort dish, and when you pair it with the wholesomeness of broccoli and the deep flavor of onion, you have yourself the makings of the ultimate corn bread basket. Oh yeah, and it’s all vegan. Enjoy!
These ended up being a lot easier to make than I expected. This recipe doesn’t make you wait for the dough to rise, so you get to the end result faster. The texture is bready and the aroma just as you would expect! Enjoy!
All it takes is mushrooms and a few pantry items to make a deep-flavored dish that satisfies your hunger and your taste buds. This baked crimini mushroom recipes combines the flavors of fresh rosemary and balsamic vinegar to give you an earthy and fragrant experience. Enjoy!