I used to be a morning person, but somehow, over the years, I’ve become one of those people who hits the snooze button on my alarm clock one too many times. Once I finally roll out of bed, I have two minutes to get ready for work and often that means missing breakfast, which of course, is not ideal for a hungry vegan! So, I set out to create an easy granola recipe using three of my favorite products from the Vegan Cuts marketplace.
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Easter is coming, Easter is coming! But, seriously, aside from Mother’s Day, this holiday sets the tone for marvelous brunches and that needs to be taken advantage of fully. I’ll tell you right now, this recipe is a stunner and can easily be shared between two people for a satisfying and wholesome meal that is high in protein and low in fat.
Everything’s coming up green outside, including a bounty of beautiful produce. Spring brings not only a change of weather, but a desire for lighter, more vibrant meals. And we’ve got the ideal recipe for all you foodies, courtesy of one of our favorite vegan bloggers. Erin, from Olives for Dinner, was kind enough to share a simple and delicious noodle salad recipe that’s representative of springtime.
With spring on the horizon, many of us have already started swapping hearty comfort foods for lighter, more vibrant foods. Breakfast is no exception; getting a nourishing start to your day can be pretty tricky when time is short and there’s a vegan doughnut sitting on your counter just begging to be eaten. But there’s hope! Heather Nicholds, a holistic nutritionist and curator of this year’s January Snack Box, shares her recipe for delicious grab-and-go Banana Walnut Muffins.
With St. Paddy’s day coming up, what better way to celebrate than with pizza? Wait, what? Okay, so maybe pizza isn’t a traditional Irish dish, but Colcannon is! I’ve taken the standard mashed version of Colcannon and changed it up a bit so that I could use it as a pizza topping. Boy, am I glad that I did, this pizza turned out delicious!
I have a pretty serious sweet tooth and turning down indulgent treats is never easy. Luckily, I’m quite the stickler when it comes to spending my hard-earned cash, so I rarely buy packaged delights at my local grocery store. However, I refuse to deny myself a sweet fix when the craving strikes. My solution? Homemade treats – they’re kind to your wallet and even kinder to your sweet tooth. Read more…