Oats. They’re the centerpiece of many a vegan food blog. To be honest, I haven’t caught the wave of hype yet. Two hours after engulfing a bowl of oats leaves me feeling like a blob of setting cement, AND they don’t deliver much in the department of texture or flavor (yeah, maple/brown sugar is cool, but […]Read more "Chai Toasted Oats (Gluten-Free & Stomach Friendly)"
Tofu scramble is the creme de la creme of vegan cuisine: it’s tasty, hearty, and a protein-packed way to start the day (sorry not sorry for using lame, infomercial style catch phrases). Unfortunately, tofu scramble, like many tofu based dishes, often lacks umph – being subjugated to bland, textureless mush. Which is a darn shame, because I’m […]Read more "Saucy Tofu Scramble"
Look. No. Further. These pancakes are comforting, hearty, and warming. Taking only 30 minutes to make, start to finish, they are perfect for a lazy morning breakfast – or a 1 pm brunch if we’re being real! Full of nutty almond goodness, topped with vegan butter and real maple syrup (leave Aunt Jemima on the […]Read more "Almond Spice Pancakes (Vegan & Gluten Free)"
The best recipes start with this thought, “what the f**k am I going to do with this?” That, my friends, is how this recipe came about when the only items that caught my attention were a butternut squash, curry powder, coconut milk, and a bag of cornmeal I got on a whim one evening in […]Read more "Curried Butternut Squash Polenta with Brussels"
Throw two popular trends together and this is what you get. In actuality, this recipe emerged out of necessity. See, if you’ve viewed some of my other recipes, you know that I’m a firm supporter of aquafaba – the liquid from a can of chickpeas. Although, when you continuously use aquafaba, those chickpeas start to […]Read more "Garlic Sriracha Hummus"