Did you know that you can make vegan jerky out of tofu? Even if you knew that, this vegan tofu jerky recipe is going to rock your world! It’s delicious, it’s so very good for you, and it’s so darned easy to make! If you have a dehydrator use that, but if you don’t have a dehydrator you can also use your oven. The House brand (which is the name of the brand, as compared to “house brand”, which means the store’s own brand) of tofu at Costco is great for this, and is what we use, but you can use any brand of firm, water-packed refrigerated tofu.
Sometimes the easiest things are the best, and that is definitely true for these caramelized sweet potatoes! This recipe is a healthy way to enjoy sweet potatoes, and because it’s a baked sweet potato recipe you don’t even have to babysit it! What could be easier? Of course, it’s also true that while something can be easy as pie (or easy as sweet potatoes, in this case, even easier than pie!), if you don’t know about it, it doesn’t matter how easy it is. And that’s why we have written this up for you! And check it out, if you have a Costco nearby you can get 6 1/2 pounds of organic sweet potatoes for $10!
We did it! We veganized honey walnut shrimp, that dish found coast to coast in Chinese restaurants and made popular by Panda Express! And we can’t wait to tell you how we did it! There are a few steps to this (pressing and marinating the tofu, preparing the sauce, preparing the sugar syrup which takes the place of the honey) but we promise you that it’s easy, and well worth it!
Whether you like traditional hummus or hummus with no tahini, this delicious, easy hummus recipe will do the trick! It’s actually a 4-in-1 recipe: hummus with tahini, hummus without tahini, hummus in the Instant Pot, hummus with canned chickpeas (garbanzos).
Being gluten-free and vegan doesn’t mean that you have to forego that ultimate of comfort foods: the grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup! Now you can easily have a gluten-free vegan grilled cheese sandwich and our gluten-free vegan cream of tomato soup! We call this a vegan Costco recipe because we get the ingredients from Costco, and we call this a quarantine recipe because the ingredients are all shelf-stable.
These little vegan bulletproof coffee protein squares are like heaven in your mouth. They are delicious, and so good for you! With coconut oil, MCT, and good vegan protein, how can you go wrong? They are the perfect little pick-me-up for that mid-afternoon slump or, really, any time! Not only that, but they are so easy to make!
If you have been wondering what you can use as a vegan substitute for fried eggs (for example to make a vegan fried egg sandwich) wonder no more! Our vegan egg substitute for frying is easy, straight-forward, super-healthful, full of protein (just like eggs) and tasty as all get out! In fact, it’s actually reminiscent of fried eggs, not just in texture and looks, but in how it tastes!
We call these protein candy squares, because they are delicious little squares of high protein delight. The keto crowd would call them ‘fat bombs’, but they are much lower calorie, and higher protein, than typical fat bombs. Best of all, they are gluten-free, vegan, very easy to make, and economical, because all of the ingredients are from Costco! (Although of course you don’t have to get the ingredients from Costco!)
Sometimes you just want something quick and easy. A recipe that is basically a quick set of instructions with just a few ingredients, bing, bang, boom, and you’re done. That is exactly what this 2-ingredient golden milk protein shake (sometimes called a turmeric smoothie or turmeric shake) is! In fact, we felt a little reluctant to post it, except that people have told us that it is genius and we should write it up It’s so easy to make, so delicious, and so good for you!
Fourth of July is almost here, and for many folks, this day means barbeques and picnics. Quite a few of us have fond memories of chowing down slice after slice of apple pie. Even if you’re following a vegan, gluten-free diet, you don’t have to miss out on this aspect of the celebration! Our version is beyond delicious. The crust’s rich, buttery flavor comes from coconut oil. We made a lattice-style crust, because we like its visual appeal. You’ll be delighted by this scrumptious delicacy!
We are enjoying a pan of these vegan rice krispy treats as I type this – these are so good! Who doesn’t love Rice Krispies treats? But the original Rice Krispie bars are neither vegetarian (let alone vegan), nor organic (nor very good for you). This version is all of those things! And very easy to make, too! To make them be not cocoa, but plain, just substitute the plain crispy rice cereal of your choice.