We call this easy homemade vegan gluten-free pizza crust “easy cheaty” because it’s made from a packaged mix. However, it’s not a packaged pizza crust mix, it’s a ‘repurposed’ packaged artisan bread mix! And it’s truly super-easy to make, and super yummy!
The perfect garbanzo or chickpea to tahini ratio makes the best hummus recipe. Making hummus from scratch is so easy; our homemade hummus is made out of canned chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic, and olive oil. Whether you want to make a hummus tortilla wrap, put it on a sandwich, or use it as a dip, you’ll come back to this recipe again and again!
It’s easy to find a recipe for vegan hot fudge, but finding a recipe for old-fashioned hot fudge sauce, the kind made nearly a century ago, is a lot harder, because those recipes were a lot scarcer. So we rounded up a cookbook from 1938, and found the hot fudge sauce recipe therein, and veganized it!
Our mazamorra cordobesa recipe is as close to the ancient, authentic recipe as you can get. Mazamorra cordobesa (also sometimes called Cordobense mazamorra) is an ancient recipe for almond and bread soup, served cold and garnished with various garnishes. Now there are many different types of mazamorra, and depending on where you are it may be a drink made from corn (Columbia), a custard (Puerto Rico), a porridge (Costa Rica) or even a dessert (Argentina). But in Spain, and in particular in Cordoba, it is a cold soup, originally served to Roman troops and people working the fields, and made from a few simple ingredients: almonds, stale bread, garlic, a bit of vinegar, and olive oil. And it is astonishingly delicious!
Our gluten-free vegan liverwurst recipe is the perfect pairing for our super-easy gluten-free vegan bread recipe! Prefer braunschweiger? We’ve got you covered there too! Either way, if you’ve been yearning for a vegan or vegetarian version of liverwurst or braunschweiger, your tastebuds will be doing a happy dance when you make this recipe for them! If you don’t want to make a sandwich of it, you can of course spread it on crackers as well.
Did you know that it’s really, really easy to make mochi? Also most mochi is naturally gluten-free and vegan, although sometimes things are stuffed inside the mochi which are not (like ice cream). Our recipe is for matcha mochi, but if you prefer to not include the matcha, just omit it!
Our gluten-free vegan breakfast sausage recipe (so of course it’s also gluten-free vegetarian sausage) is 100% the recipe that you’ve been looking for! You can make links or patties with it, and the taste is simply wonderful! And it has no crazy or weird fillers, just clean ingredients!
This is our best vegan holiday roast recipe! And, of course, it’s also gluten-free. Of course, you can make our gluten-free vegan roast recipe any time, not just during the holidays, but it seems particularly appropriate for the holidays, when all the store freezers are full of Tofurky roasts (vegan but not gluten-free) and Quorn roasts (gluten-free but not always vegan), and very little that is both gluten-free and vegan.
Our gluten-free vegan bread recipe is mwah! (chef’s kiss) Perfection! In fact if you have basically given up trying to make gluten-free vegan bread at home, and resigned yourself to having to buy it (at $10 a loaf, no less), we beseech you to give our recipe that one last try. You won’t be disappointed, we promise. Made with primarily with almond flour, cut with a bit of coconut flour, this hearty loaf is so easy to make, and it slices beautifully for sandwiches! It’s delicious, customizable (for example throw in some caraway seeds for a deli rye experience), sandwichable (look ma, we just invented a word!), and nearly fool proof! In fact, it’s the only bread we have now! So long gluten-free bread mixes that don’t even work! Buh bye expensive store-bought cardboard bread! The Happy Gluten-Free Vegan’s homemade gluten-free vegan bread is true gluten-free vegan happiness.
Our gluten-free vegan roast beef recipe is truly amazing! Once cooled and refrigerated this vegan roast beef slices beautifully, and is perfect for sandwiches! Gluten-free vegan mock meats are the holy grail of vegan meats; there are lots of great vegan meats in the stores now, but the majority of them contain vital wheat gluten, or seitan, or some other wheat or gluten ingredient. So if you’re gluten free and you’ve been craving that perfect vegan roast beef, for that perfect vegan roast beef sandwich with a bit of horseradish, here you go!
Whether you are putting together a vegan gift basket for that vegan in your life, or a vegan gift box to put under the tree, or a gluten-free gift basket for that friend who needs to avoid gluten, or just wanting to treat yourself and your family to some gluten-free vegan holiday treats, these seven easy-to-make gluten-free vegan treats make perfect holiday gifts! Copycat recipes for Cocomels and Kind nut bars, chocolate cherry truffles, doughnuts and scones, rice crispy treats, date bars and 7 layer magic cookie bars, they’re all here, vegan, gluten-free, delicious, and incredibly giftable! We’re salivating just typing about them!
We’re going to say right up front that our baked gluten-free vegan frittata recipe uses tofu, so if you’re looking for a no-tofu recipe, this isn’t it (but we do have a no-tofu vegan frittata recipe for you!) That said, if you’re wondering what to make for breakfast or brunch or dinner, looking to use what’s in the house, this is that recipe. It’s fast, it’s easy, it’s infinitely customizable, and it’s delicious! And, of course, egg-free and dairy-free because, hey, vegan!
Whether you call it Texas Caviar, or Cowboy Caviar or, as we do, Cheating Cowboy caviar, our Cowboy Caviar is easy to make, and even easier than most because of the cheating aspect of it (and now you know why we call it Cheating Cowboy Caviar). You will note that this is also designated as a ‘quarantine recipe’, which means that all of the ingredients are shelf-stable and non-perishable!
Our copycat Miyoko’s liquid vegan pizza mozzarella recipe (or as we like to call it, pizzarella) surprised even us with how great it is! Like Miyoko’s version, ours is based in cashews, but our copycat liquid pizza mozzarella cheese has only ingredients that you probably already have at home. Don’t get us wrong, we are huge fans of Miyoko’s, and if you are able to get her liquid vegan pizza mozzarella, by all means do! But it’s not available everywhere, and even if it’s available where you are, you may not want to have to run out to the store when you’re jonesing for some homemade gluten-free vegan pizza. And now you don’t have to run to the store, because you can whip up our copycat liquid vegan mozzaralla (or, as we also like to call it, mockzarella) right at home whenever you want!
Our gluten-free vegan microwave chocolate mug cake recipe is so easy, so fast, and SO delicious! In fact, we kind of have to restrain ourselves from not making one every day and overindulging, it is THAT easy and THAT good! Our vegan chocolate mug cake recipe does call for an all-purpose gluten-free flour, and we also give you the recipe for our gluten-free flour blend, but you can also use your own favorite all-purpose gluten-free flour blend if you have one. We’re easy like that. :~)
Yay! We found replacement travel & sip lids for our Ninja Foodi smoothie & bowl blender, and they are MUCH better than the sip lids (i.e. travel lids) that come with the blender (official name “Ninja Foodi Smoothie Maker & Nutrient Extractor”, which is, yes, a mouthful).
If you can’t have potatoes we have a great potato substitute for you! What if we told you that this potato substitute was so great that you can mash it, bake it, put it in soups or stews, and that you can even make fries with it? But wait, there’s more! (Shades of Ron Popeil!) What if we told you that you can purchase it precooked and in shelf-stable cans?! (We told you there was more!) Yes, it’s yuca! Yes, it’s cassava! It’s two, two, two names for one incredible potato substitute! (In case you weren’t aware, yuca and cassava are different names for the same root vegetable.)
Korean fried chicken is all the rage right now, so we figured why not vegan Korean fried chicken! So putting on our recipe thinking caps, we came up with a recipe for gluten-free vegan Korean fried chicken that we think you are going to love (we know that we do)!
Vegan gyro recipes are often complicated, or have a ton of ingredients, or both. However our gluten-free vegan gyro recipe is easy, straight-forward, and other than the herbs and spices uses only a few ingredients, all of which you’re likely to already have in your kitchen or pantry! Best of all, these vegan gyros are DELICIOUS and satisfying!