Our Just Egg copycat recipe is going to blow your mind. Not only is it a Just Egg copycat, but it’s powdered! The holy grail of vegan Just Egg recipes! A Just Egg copycat to which you Just Add Water! (See what we did there?)
Our recipe for gluten-free vegan Soy Curl bacon hit us like a bolt out of the blue (only way less painful). Vegan bacon from Soy Curls?? Why the heck not? We had recently posted our wildly popular recipe for Soy Curl pastrami, and so it wasn’t really a stretch to go from pastrami to bacon. Of course vegan bacon is something of a holy grail. There are lots products on the market that call themselves vegan bacon, and even more recipes for vegan bacon, most involving coconut, tempeh, seaweed, and even the aptly named seitan (oh hush, if you need to be gluten-free you know what we mean). But bacon from Soy Curls beats them all (at least we think so), because it has the flavor, it has the nutrition, and it has the CRISP!
Is there any more quintessentially hippie food than chunky, crunchy granola? Especially if it’s a gluten-free, vegan, healthy granola? Heck, even the very term “crunchy” is often used to describe someone who is perceived as hippie-like! Well, hippie or not, you will love our homemade “chunky crunchy granola” recipe, it’s easy to make, readily customizable, gluten-free, vegan, and DELICIOUS!
Our gluten-free vegan baked egg cups (also known as mini frittatas, chickpea frittatas and, we think misleadingly, “vegan frittata muffins” and “baked egg muffins”) have a few simple ingredients, but countless ways to change them up! Load them up with fresh veggies, or rehydrated dried veggies, or have them plain with salt and pepper. We like to mix in rehydrated dried broccoli and dried mushrooms, and then top them (always top them!) with vegan bacon made with our Easy Peasy Vegan Bacon from Coconut Flakes recipe!
Our easy peasy gluten-free vegan coconut bacon recipe can be whipped up and ready to eat in just 20 minutes, and it’s delicious! This vegan coconut bacon recipe is the third recipe we offer for vegan bacon or vegan bacon bits. The first is for vegan bacon made from dulse. The second is for vegan bacon bits made from textured vegetable protein (TVP). The third, this one, is for vegan bacon made from coconut. Coconut bacon has been around, and even ‘all the rage’ for a bit now, and so we have, we believe, perfected it. This is the vegan bacon that we use in our gluten-free vegan egg cups, which are like vegan mini frittatas.
Here’s a really easy Thanksgiving dessert, in fact it may be the queen of easy Thanksgiving recipes! And if you’re wondering what to do with those leftover sweet potatoes or with that can of sweet potato puree, this is it! Our sweet potato pudding is the perfect last minute addition to any table (Thanksgiving, breakfast, after dinner, you name it) and the perfect way to use up those sweet potatoes!
Think that gluten-free vegan scones are impossible? Or that making your own vegan and gluten-free scones is complicated or difficult? Think again, because our vegan scone recipe is gluten-free, easy, uses regular ingredients that you almost certainly already have, and, best of all, it’s delicious! In fact, these scones are (or can be made to be) reminiscent of the maple oat scones of Starbucks fame, if you like!
Even though the Just company doesn’t recommend it, you can freeze Just Egg just fine (see what we did there?), and neither you nor the Just Egg will suffer any ill effects. Now, to be clear, we are talking about bottles of Just Egg, the kind that you find in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. Just Egg does also put out a frozen, precooked product, called Just Egg Folded, that you pop in the toaster and then put on a sandwich; that’s not what we are talking about here – we’re talking about the original, liquid Just Egg.
We love us some hash brown potatoes, and we particularly like the shelf-stable cartons of dried hashbrowns (the manufacturer has it as one word even though technically it’s two words) that you can get from Costco. You just open the top of the carton, pour in boiling water, and let it sit for 12 minutes: presto! Enough shredded raw hashed potatoes to feed a small army – if that army is 2-4 people. The carton says it makes seven servings, but c’mon, who do they think they’re kidding?
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!
These Gluten-Free, Vegan Cornmeal And Jalapeno Muffins Are Easy To Make And Packed With Zesty Flavor
We recently received a small bag filled to overflowing with jalapenos. This presented us with a conundrum — how do you make use of a pile of jalapenos before they go bad?
As you can probably tell, we are huge fans of muffins. After we began to pursue a vegan, gluten-free diet, we were saddened to discover that most coffee shops and stores only sold pastries filled with dairy, gluten, and/or eggs.
This copycat Kind bar recipe is kinder to the bees, kinder to your wallet, and kinder to the environment, that’s why we call them Kinder Bars!
Want a great recipe that will help you use up that extra spaghetti squash? You’re going to love our spaghetti squash pancakes!
Wondering if you can microwave Just Egg, or how to cook Just Egg in the microwave? Well, yes you can, and we’re going to tell you how!
There’s nothing as delicious as pancakes on a chilly January morning. And when the pancakes are vegan, gluten-free, and chock-full of applesauce and pecans, they’re even better!
We love muffins so much! But, sadly, we often have a hard time finding vegan, gluten-free ones to devour when we go out to eat.
We’re still wildly enthusiastic about our new waffle maker, and have recently devised a new recipe for vegan, gluten-free banana hazelnut waffles!
We were in the habit of buying tubes of polenta (organic only, of course, otherwise it is almost certainly GMO), and until recently, didn’t realize how easy it is to make this delicious, protein-rich food at home, no tube needed!
We recently scored a brand-new waffle maker at a second-hand store, and were so excited that we decided to make waffles for dinner! Normally, we have them for breakfast, but we just couldn’t wait.