It was a dreadfully rainy day so I thought that called for stone fruit galettes. Peach and cherry almond that obviously won’t last long. I followed the recipe on Food 52 for the crust but substituted Earth Balance vegan butter sticks, I used 2 sticks with 2 ½ cups of flour. Once the crust was prepared […]

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We’ve been hooked since my first batch of veganized fudge pops but I just don’t like the way refined sugar effects me and the thought of giving it to my son with any regularity, just doesn’t sit right. I want to indulge but not hate myself afterwards and I like having treats in the house […]

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Just a few years ago, I only knew how to do two things in the kitchen: preheat an oven for frozen pizza and whip up the best boxed macaroni and cheese. I could combine that pasta with the orange powdered concoction like nobody’s business. But I recently remembered a time back then that I had […]

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Tofu, man. My relationship with the stuff has done a 180 over the years. It was one of those things that during my pre-vegan days, I just couldn’t stomach the texture, even if it was crispy fried or small unnoticeable bits in something like Pad Thai. I think a good portion of that was due […]

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You’ll quickly notice a theme with my smoothies, and that they are all remakes of really decadent desserts. I have a sweet tooth that just won’t quit so I found a loophole to satisfy those cravings without feeling terrible immediately afterwards, both physically and mentally. I find this one reminds me of brownie batter right […]

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One of my favorite sandwiches, a (t)BLT club. Tempeh Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato with vegan mayo on toast. Tempeh bacon has zero cholesterol and just a couple grams of fat unlike animal flesh bacon. I posted a list of my favorite vegan convenient foods and staples, like this tempeh bacon from the Tofurky company, These […]

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If you have a spiralizer, than you already know about the joy that are zoodles! Long, thin strips of zucchini make a light and healthy replacement for regular pasta. You can eat the zoodles raw or here they are lightly cooked in a little oil and garlic, topped with a “bolognese” sauce made from lentils […]

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 When we had left over mac & cheese sauce, my husband said “this would go great with soft pretzels”, I knew just where to look. The pretzels are what dreams are made of, check out Slow Club Cookery for the recipe. My cheese sauce recipe can be found here and works great for pretzels, over pasta, or […]

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