I’ve made this dish before, but think it deserves another spotlight. To me, broccoli is best when it’s soft and swimming in a creamy sauce. This recipe lets me have that experience without feeling weighed down. This is a rich and filling recipe that is vegan and only involves a handful of ingredients.
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This salad skips the leaves and is made up of add-ins, but not the “guilty” kind. It combines zucchini, carrot and cabbage with sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese and olives to create a simple and healthy salad that doesn’t need the leaves to keep you slim and full. Enjoy!
This recipe adds the earthiness of carrots and the creaminess of melted cheese to breakfast scrambled eggs. It’s a delicious combination that you may not have tried before, but it’s easy and a delight for the senses. The carrots also bring an element of sweetness that complements well with the chives and goat cheese. Enjoy!
When I spotted rice paper at the supermarket, I realized I had never prepared anything for this blog using this ingredient. So, I grabbed it, when home, and prepared this easy and fresh spring roll lunch. To bring some added flavor, I quickly mixed together tahini with honey and soy sauce to make for the [...]
These are more like tiny crisps than proper chips, but they have the same munch effect and satisfy the thoughtless snacking tick without packing on the pounds. Just carrots, olive oil and salt is all it takes! Enjoy!
This recipe combine the sweet caramelized scent of maple syrup with the earthiness of carrots. It’s a light vegetable dish that really lets the carrot shine through, despite the kick from cinnamon and maple syrup. It makes a great side dish or lunch. Enjoy!
Lentils are extraordinary versatile and are great to use when you are trying to mock the density of meats with a vegan alternative. Their flavor is subtle enough to complement with spices and other ingredients. For this recipe, I use lentils as the foundation for a vegan meatball. It’s on the softer side, but can [...]
This recipe reminds me why I can eat salad and never get bored – it’s packed with protein, fiber, greens, and roasted vegetables. The best of everything, essentially. The colors are vibrant, the textures are diverse, and the taste satisfies each taste bud. Enjoy!
One of the things I feel guilty about on a daily basis is throwing away juice pulp after I prepare my morning green juice. The pulp is simply the fibers of the vegetables and can be used for so many things! Today, I decided to show you a way to put veggie juice pulp to [...]
Sushi doesn’t have to be a a carb-fest or mercury-mayhem! Keep the veggies simple and textured and use rice made from cauliflower. This is a quick, no-frills recipe to getting the sushi fix, but with abandon – no counting rolls here!