1 tablespoon of flaxseed meal (ground up flax seeds) mixed with 2.5 tablespoons of water left to rest for 3 minutes = flax egg. Use in place of chicken eggs to help bind your baked goods. If you’re looking for something to bring fluffiness and a lighter to your confections, aquafaba is likely what you’re looking […]Read more "Flax Egg"
I don’t care who you are, mac n’ cheese is dang irresistible. Even shitty mac n’ cheese is pretty good. Have you ever had that one vegan mac n’ cheeze from the box? The one that you want to hate with every bone of your body but simply can’t because it’s just so friggin’ good? […]Read more "Vegan Mac N’ Cheeze (Gluten Free)"
Ready your glasses folks, this post is loaded with heart healthy information. If we’re being honest, soy and almond milk seem to get all of the attention, but other milks such as cashew, walnut, coconut, and more may deserve a spot in your kitchen as well. After settling in to a vegan diet, I started […]Read more "Plant Based Milks"
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)"
What the who is that? Aquafaba is the brine/liquid from a can of chickpeas and it possesses the same properties as egg whites. It can be whipped up into peaks or it can be added in to a batter or dough in its liquid state for its excellent binding qualities. Many vegan/gluten-free delights such as […]Read more "Aquafaba"