Fourth of July is almost here, and for many folks, this day means barbeques and picnics. Quite a few of us have fond memories of chowing down slice after slice of apple pie. Even if you’re following a vegan, gluten-free diet, you don’t have to miss out on this aspect of the celebration! Our version is beyond delicious. The crust’s rich, buttery flavor comes from coconut oil. We made a lattice-style crust, because we like its visual appeal. You’ll be delighted by this scrumptious delicacy!
We love palak paneer, but had to quit ordering the dish in Indian restaurants because it’s usually made with cheese. We eventually asked ourselves, “Is it possible to make this scrumptious meal with tofu instead of cheese cubes?”
Want a great recipe that will help you use up that extra spaghetti squash? You’re going to love our spaghetti squash pancakes!
Do you love shortbread cookies as much as we do? If you’re reading this recipe, your answer is most likely a resounding “YES!”
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!
Eggplant is so delicious, but sometimes you don’t know how to cook it. We’ve discovered a new, exciting way!
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.
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!
A relative gave us a gift of holiday pears, and we immediately knew what we had to do with them — make vegan, gluten-free pear crisp!
Sometimes you’re lucky enough to stumble into a recipe that is so easy to make, and so yummy and nutritious at the same time. Our tempeh/walnut tacos only take a few minutes to whip together, but they taste divine!
You might have some fresh cranberries left over from your Thanksgiving feast. We still had half a bag in the refrigerator, as usual, but this year we decided to do something about our predicament.
Dinner rolls are great with just about any evening meal. When they’re vegan, gluten-free, and flavored with dill and garlic, they’re especially delicious!
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.
Who can resist a delicious piece of rich, creamy fudge? Certainly not the intrepid chefs at The Happy Gluten-Free Vegan! Most of us have blissful memories of devouring these chocolate-y confections.
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.
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!
Barbequed Jackfruit Sandwiches Taste Like Pulled Pork, But Are Vegan and Gluten-Free, Without The Grease or Guilt!
One thing you might miss if you’re following a vegan, gluten-free diet is the robust flavor of pulled pork. Still, you don’t want any pigs to suffer for your appetite.
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?