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!
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).
This gluten-free vegan macaroni and cheese uses no commercial cheese substitute, and is perfect for people who want to keep it simple and clean!
If you have a bunch of apples and don’t feel like making pie or apple crisp, try our easy, four-ingredient applesauce! It’s vegan, gluten-free, and super inexpensive.
Our title says it all — this vegan, gluten-free southwest bean salad is bursting with both flavor and protein! It contains garbanzos, black beans, and corn, so you’ll be getting a real protein boost.
“Why” we can hear you asking, “would anyone want to know how to make sous vide rice?” In fact, we hear that all the time. Here’s why and how.
If you’re a fan of creamy tomato soup, you’ll love our easy and delicious recipe. These chilly winter days have us longing for comfort, and you may feel similarly.
Want a great recipe that will help you use up that extra spaghetti squash? You’re going to love our spaghetti squash pancakes!
Cadokraut: you heard it here first. This unlikely, even surprising, combination tastes amazingly good, is packed with probiotics and nutrients, and is super-easy to make.
If you have a small pile of carrots and have been wondering what on earth to do with them, you don’t need to puzzle any longer.
If you’re tired of steamed asparagus, but still want to experience both the flavor and nutritional benefits of this vegetable, try our creamy asparagus soup!
Kale is incredibly good for you, since it’s full of vitamins A, K, B6 and C, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese. Sometimes, however, it can seem a bit…well, meh.
You will not believe how delicious, fast, and easy, these smoky beans are! While you can use any white beans we chose to use Great Northerns.
We recently made this artichoke/spinach dip for New Year’s Eve, and it was a hit! The dip features a robust but subtle flavor and protein galore (due to its cashew base and the addition of nutritional yeast).
You must try this recipe for vegan miso butter onions! They are seriously delicious, melt-in-your-mouth incredible, and so easy to make!
Vegan, gluten-free holiday feasts take a lot of creativity. Instead of roasting a turkey and mashing some potatoes, you have to plan an entire plant-based menu.
When the temperatures plummet, there’s nothing more soothing than soup. A warm bowl is like heaven on a winter evening, when you want to nourish yourself but don’t feel much like cooking.
You Can’t Get Much More Autumnal Than Apple/Rosemary Stuffed Butternut Squash! And It’s Vegan and Gluten, Free, Too!
At long last, we have discovered the perfect vegan, gluten-free dish for those upcoming holiday festivities. Even if it’s just you and your significant other this year, you’ll want to eat well for the season.
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!
If you want to give a bit of pizzazz to an ordinary can of black beans, this recipe will only take you a couple of minutes and will utilize a few simple ingredients.