This is a winner. It’s one of those desserts that has a thicker icing than cake – totally my style. You could actually just make the icing and treat it like a pudding. No eggs, no cream, no milk, no unhealthy fats, no white flour, no white sugar, no guilt. Have that second or third [...]
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Yesterday, I posted a vegan recipe for ground beef. Today, I put that ground beef to use in a spaghetti bolognese. Without the animal protein, you get yourself a delicious and filling pasta dish. Enjoy!
When the occasion calls, it’s good to have a solid substitute for what would otherwise be ground beef. This recipe uses crumbled tofu and bakes it with a simple combination of spices, soy sauce, and nut butter to create a delicious and perfect replacement for real beef. Enjoy!
Caramel and apples go together magically, but you don’t have to avoid the combination just because caramel is basically death by simple sugars. This raw recipe for caramel uses dates as the foundation, and it mimics the caramel flavor perfectly. Dipped into the raw caramel, the apples are then coated with nuts (walnuts or pecans) [...]
Kelp noodles are a favorite these days – they’re low in everything (calories, fat, etc.) but absorb flavor from whatever sauce you pair it with and have enough bulk to keep you full and bear a semblance to a meal. This recipe dresses noodles with an almond butter creamy sauce flavored with fresh garlic, ginger, [...]
Lighten up your favorite Asian-inspired noodle dish by using kelp noodles as a base. They add great texture and bulk that satisfies your appetite without packing on the pounds. To the noodles, I added an almond butter ginger miso sauce, giving you ever the more reason to lick the plate clean.
I was going to dub this vegan, but it really doesn’t need a disclaimer like that, so why hint that it possibly does? No excuses necessary–it stands alone. Not to say that vegan is an understood compromise–because it isn’t–but more times than not, you can tell when something has been veganized or healthified or whatever-ized. [...]