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.
You’re going to love these muffins! They’re perfect for October, or for any time, really. You know it’s not really fall unless you eat something that has pumpkin in it!
If you find yourself with a surplus of apples (hey, it happens!), you might experience a desire for apple cake. You have to get rid of those apples somehow, right?
Most of us have childhood memories of biscuits. The ones we devoured so hungrily as children tended to be packed full of butter, milk, and gluten, however.
Last week, we were obsessed with bananas. This week, it’s pineapple. And for good reason — they’re the perfect summer fruits!
Sometimes, you just need a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs breakfast. But you don’t want animal products or gluten. It is indeed possible to enjoy a robust morning meal without sacrificing your principles or your health.
We won’t judge you for devouring these muffins in one day, we promise! Our vegan, gluten-free chocolate and banana muffin recipe will help you create a tin of delectable confections that’ll be impossible to resist.
In a Hurry But Need Nutrition? Try These Two Scrumptious, Vegan and Gluten-Free Breakfast Smoothies!
Sometimes, you’re in a rush and don’t have time to cook a sit-down breakfast. Still, you don’t want to sacrifice good nutrition for a busy lifestyle.
This gluten-free vegan sausage recipe is what’s for breakfast! It’s yummy, easy to make, and you probably already have all the ingredients!
Vegan bacon is the holy grail for many vegans, and this easy, fast, and tasty vegan bacon recipe will fill that need! Plus it’s super-good for you!
Has this ever happened to you? You check your cupboards for pancake mix, only to discover that you’ve run out. You’re still in your pajamas, so you don’t want to go to the store. There’s no reason to despair, however, because you can easily make your own vegan, gluten-free pancakes with surprisingly few ingredients. No need for store-bought mix!
This super quick Instant Pot gluten-free vegan Blueberry Oatmeal is an easy breakfast for busy mornings. Top with crunchy nuts, brown sugar, extra cinnamon, and even more fresh blueberries at the end for a yummy complementary combination. Steel cut oats are a little chewier and take longer to cook than quick cooking or traditional oats. You can substitute a plant milk like hemp for the almond milk, but the nut milks go really well with the slivered almond toppings.
A couple of weeks ago we posted the recipe for basic vegan egg bites in the Instant Pot. Not satisfied with just leaving it at that, we experimented with making completely vegan meatball-stuffed egg bites in the Instant Pot, and we have to say that it was a roaring success!
This applesauce is so easy to make and eat, you’ll never buy store-brand again! The Instant Pot makes it a breeze without heating a hot stove and watching the applesauce boil. Choose apples that are in season for the best flavor, and feel free to mix up the types of apples for unique combinations. Add in a little agave if you have apples that might not be as flavorful, on-season, or if the apples are more tart, like Granny Smith green apples. More often than not, though, the apples are so sweet on their own that you don’t need any additional sweeteners!
This recipe for vegan egg bites in the Instant Pot is so easy, and delicious!
This delectable Instant Pot Gluten-free Vegan Apple Cinnamon Pecan Oatmeal is warm with delicious spices that will brighten up the start of your day. This recipe uses steel cut oats, which have more fiber and an amazing slightly crunchy texture. Quick cooking and old-fashioned oats are not the same, and will cook differently – if you choose one of these the time needs to be decreased. The steel cut “groats” are chewier and take longer to cook.
This tasty breakfast porridge is a yummy spin on traditional oatmeal – the texture and flavors will add variety to your morning meal!
Morning glory muffins have been a favorite of ours for many years. This recipe utilizes your favorite vegan and gluten-free ingredients!