Our gluten-free vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe is the best vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe we’ve had! So if you have a hankering for a vegan Philly cheesesteak, we guarantee that you’ll love our vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe! It’s just amazing, it’s also the most authentic tasting vegan Philly cheesesteak we’ve ever had, and it’s easy to make at home!
We loved the original Primal Kitchen Buffalo sauce, and our copycat Primal Kitchen vegan buffalo sauce (“vegan wing sauce” for short) looks and tastes just like the original! (Which they call their “No-Dairy Buffalo sauce”.) Why do we say “the original” Primal Kitchen sauce? If you think that your last bottle of Primal Kitchen Buffalo sauce didn’t taste quite the same, there’s a reason for that, which we explain below. But our copycat Primal Kitchen Buffalo sauce follows the original recipe that you fell in love with. Not only that, but because you’re making it yourself at home, you can make it less spicy, or even hotter and more spicy if you like! Serve this with our 1 Ingredient, 3 Step Vegan Wings for a real treat!
This is absolutely the best gluten-free vegan wings recipe! (It’s kind of hard for us to say “vegan chicken wings”, so we won’t, except right here to say that it’s hard to say.) Our vegan wing recipe has got just one ingredient, you make it in three easy steps, and the texture is fantastic! Dip them (or slather them) in our Copycat Primal Kitchen Buffalo Sauce!
If you are looking for a delicious, easy recipe for gluten-free, vegan, raw cinnamon rolls, you’ve found it! Now, before we go any further, in case you haven’t had raw cinnamon rolls we want to make sure that you know that raw cinnamon rolls are nothing like the bready, carby things that you get at Cinnabon, overloaded with processed flour and white sugar. Raw cinnamon rolls have a texture sort of like firm raw cookie dough, and they are packed with bursting cinnamon flavor, and are sweetened naturally. And they are as healthful as they are delicious! If this sound good to you, read on! Plus you can get nearly all of the ingredients in this recipe at Costco (and we do)!
Gluten-free vegan beef strips, also called vegan beef tips and vegan beef tenders, are really hard to find, so make your own! The problem is that all of the vegan beef tips out there (such as Gardein) are like the opposite of gluten-free; they’re glutenful, being made, most often, with vital wheat gluten. But our vegan beef tips (tenders, strips, whatever you want to call them) are not only gluten-free, but they are super tender, super tasty, and super clean! In fact, they have just three ingredients!
It’s pumpkin spice latte (PSL) time, which means that it’s also PSC (pumpkin spice cookies) time! Our pumpkin spice cookie recipe is easy, fast, healthful, and, best of all, delicious! And of course our pumpkin spice cookies are vegan and gluten-free. These cookies have simple, clean ingredients, and they are actually as good for you as they are tasty! In fact, you can even use them as breakfast cookies or a quick pick-me up in the afternoon! Pack them in your kids’ lunches, or bring a plate to the office and watch them disappear!
Our tofu bulgogi recipe is a vegan take on a traditional Korean beef barbecue recipe. “Bulgogi” literally translates to “fire meat” (so we guess that this is “fire tofu”), and it is probably called such because the traditional marinade includes chili, ginger, garlic, onion, and spring onion. But our version isn’t really fire hot, although it is flavorful! Traditional bulgogi marinade also includes about a half a fresh pear, either finely chopped or grated.
When it comes to tofu dishes that are easy to make, it doesn’t get much easier than our super-easy, super-yummy, and super versatile oven-roasted tofu planks recipe. Easy tofu dishes don’t have to be bland or soggy, and our oven-roasted tofu planks are neither. Dress them up or serve them ‘plain’, serve them whole or cube them up, or put them on a sandwich! See? We told you that they’re versatile!
If you are looking for a simple Moroccan tagine recipe that is vegetarian, well ours is actually vegan! And delicious! And, of course, gluten-free. Now, of course, you don’t actually have to own a Moroccan tagine (or any tagine), this can be made in any heavy pot that has a lid; we’re partial to enameled cast iron Dutch ovens if you don’t have a tagine but, again, any heavy-bottomed pot with a lid will do!
Deciding whether to call it a “vegan omelet” or a “vegan omelette” is the hardest thing about this oven-baked vegan omelette recipe, because it’s that easy! Plus our oven-baked vegan omelette recipe has no chickpea flour, no tofu, in fact no soy at all, because it uses Just Egg! This makes for an incredibly easy breakfast, brunch or dinner main dish which you can stuff with lots of yummy add-ins, and which needs no babysitting because it’s baked in the oven! And because you can even freeze Just Egg liquid right in the bottle, it just doesn’t get any easier! Grab a bottle from your freezer, let it thaw, and put your vegan omelet in the oven!
The organic vegan multivitamin at Costco is really excellent, and popular. So it seemed crazy to us that as popular as these organic vegan multivitamins by Kirkland are, it seems impossible to find the ingredient list and nutritional content online, other than in an image! So we grabbed the label and transcribed as text, so that people searching for it can find it.
This easy air fryer soy curls recipe whips up in minutes, goes with anything, and is a break from all of the other typical air fryer soy curl recipes. Plus, of course, it’s vegan and gluten-free. How easy is it? It’s so easy that it has just 3 main ingredients (plus seasoning, but who counts those?). You wouldn’t think that you could come up with something that wasn’t run-of-the-mill with just three ingredients, but … tah dah!
If you are wondering what to do with pumpkin puree that you have left over from, well, whatever, use it in our new best vegan veggie burger recipe! That’s right, these black bean pumpkin burgers are one of our new favorite black bean recipes! And, if you are anything like us, you probably already have a can of black beans and a can of pumpkin puree in your pantry!
Looking for the recipe for Chef Babette’s vegan enchilada pie casserole? Here it is! A few years ago Chef Babette appeared on the Steve Harvey show, and demonstrated how to make her vegan enchilada pie (which is really a casserole), which includes a polenta base. Steve and Chef Babette, famous for her Stuff I Eat vegan restaurant, promised viewers that the recipe itself, with ingredients and amounts, could be found on Steve Harvey’s website, however either they were posted and then quickly taken down, or, perhaps due to oversight, never posted at all. We don’t know what happened, but we do know that people have been looking for that recipe ever since. So, we are thrilled to provide you with our copycat version of Chef Babette’s vegan enchilada pie with polenta.
This gluten-free vegan peach cobbler recipe is easy and utterly delicious! And because it is a peach cobbler recipe using canned peaches, it is not only really easy to make, it’s also really fast! We received this recipe from Paula Moors, who says that it is so good that her non-vegan best friend buys her a can of sliced canned peaches as a hint for her to make it!
Fabulous Bircher Muesli Recipe – the Original Healthy Overnight Oats Recipe That Doesn’t Have to be Overnight
Did you know that the healthy overnight oats recipe fad is based on the Bircher muesli recipe which is more than a century old? The whole overnight oats recipe fad seems to have exploded on the scene along with Covid, but back in the 1900 (that’s no typo) Dr. Max Bircher invented the original overnight oats recipe, and called it muesli. Prescribing it for his patients, Birchermüesli, named after the good doctor, or, simply, müesli, became a staple breakfast food; muesli is a derivation of “mus”, which basically translates to “mush”. Dr. Bircher’s muesli was made by – wait for it – soaking rolled oats, and adding some other yummy stuff to it. The original Bircher muesli recipe involved soaking the rolled oats in water overnight, and then mixing them with milk or cream, some nuts, some lemon juice, and then grating an entire fresh apple into the mixture, stirring and eating. The lemon juice was to keep the apple from browning. By the way, it doesn’t even have to soak overnight, in modern times that whole thing is more about the convenience (stick it in the fridge before you go to bed, it’s ready for you in the morning).
Our Version of the Gluten-Free Vegan No-Knead Life-Changing Loaf of Bread (We think it’s the best yet!)
This is our version of the no-knead “life-changing loaf of bread” recipe, which is the best gluten-free vegan bread recipe if you love dark chewy whole grain seeded bread, like German brown bread (Vollkornbrot) or the Mestemacher brands of bread. It is wonderful on its own, and exquisite dressed up with some vegan cheese, nut butter, or jam. And it’s oh-so-healthful, nutritious and good for you. And, it’s very easy to customize and make your own. So while we think that ours is the best version, feel free to switch out the sliced almonds for some other nut, to change out some of the sunflower seeds for other seeds, etc..
Vegan chili dogs! Get your vegan chili dogs! (Note, it’s ‘chili dog’, not ‘chile dog’; chile refers to the pepper, Chile refers to the country, ‘chili’ refers to the mixture of spices and beans or meat). This vegan chili dog recipe is going to fill a void for something that you may not have even known you were missing: chili dogs! As any chili dog aficionado will tell you, the sort of chili that you use to top a hot dog, to make it a chili dog, is very important. Typically the chili for a chili dog has no beans, and no vegetables, just pure meat. So how to create an authentic yet vegan chili dog? TVP, baby! TVP, and the right sauce and spicing. Here you go!
Our vegan chicken cacciatore recipe is one of our favorite vegan recipes with soy curls! As soy curls recipes go, it doesn’t get much easier, or more flavorful! This vegan cacciatore recipe can be simmering on the stove in minutes, and on the table and in your happy tummy in under half an hour! Perfect for that “what should we have for dinner tonight?” situation. With bright flavors for summer, and yet hearty enough for winter, this dish is sure to become a family favorite, and also perfect for guests! What more could you ask from an easy, gluten-free vegan main dish?
Want to know how to make a vegan cheese? We believe that this easy vegan cheese recipe is truly the best vegan cheese recipe out there and trust us, we’ve made plenty (see our recipe for vegan cheese sauce, and the best vegan dairy free ricotta, and here’s how to make vegan cheese for pizza). Each of these recipes are amazing, but for a good all-around, customizable, sliceable, spreadable, meltable vegan cheese recipe, you can’t beat our Best Easy Vegan Cheese Recipe.