Craving empanadas but they have to be gluten-free vegan empanadas? Our mock empanadas will hit the spot! Why do we call them “mock empanadas”? Well that’s part of why they are fast and easy! Our mock empanadas are made with almond tortillas, specifically the Siete almond flour tortillas that one can get at Costco (although of course you get them elsewhere as well, including on Amazon). For the filling we crumbled up a Don Lee Farms black bean burger (also available at Costco) and added some peas. Easy peasy, literally!
Want an easy, delicious, gluten-free vegan doughnut recipe? One that doesn’t even resort to flax eggs or the like? Whether you call them donuts or doughnuts, our gluten-free vegan cinnamon doughnut recipe is going to become your new best friend! This is also a vegan Costco recipe because it features ingredients from Costco (although of course you don’t have to get yours from Costco!)
If you are looking for a fast, easy gluten-free dairy-free no-roll pie crust dough (gosh look at all those hyphens), this is it! This vegan pie crust recipe uses no shortening, and because the “flour” is made from uncooked oatmeal oats (so technically it’s an oatmeal pie crust) you can make it sweet or savory, as an oat pie crust is as perfect for quiche as it is for a dessert pie or bars. You can also prebake this no-roll oat crust!
With the holidays coming up, we figured we’d share our super-easy, super-yummy, vegan, gluten-free ginger snaps recipe! Of course, while we’re writing this in November (hence the reference to the holidays), ginger snaps are good any time of year!
Everybody needs adequate good fat in their diet, yet many people don’t get enough good fat, or even pay attention to the amount of fat they eat on a daily basis. While the term “fat bomb” may not be familiar to you (unless you or someone you know is doing a keto diet), homemade vegan fat bombs are a great way to help make sure that your body gets enough of the good fat that it needs for brain and organ function, vitamin and nutrient absorption, and hormone and energy production.
Gluten-free vegan carrot cake is one of the holy grails of those who are gluten-free and vegan, isn’t it? Maybe even the holy grail. Fortunately, as you’re probably aware, gluten-free vegan desserts are much tastier than the poor rep they so often receive. They are often way more delicious and complex than the nut and seed bars you probably ate when you were first exploring a vegan lifestyle. This incredible carrot cake contains no gluten or animal products whatsoever; you’ll be in gluten-free vegan heaven at the first bite.
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!
If you, like we, love Indian food, and like to eat Indian food at home, you are probably either making your own gluten-free vegan naan at home or, like us, have been looking for a recipe or source for vegan gluten-free naan.
Sometimes you want something a little exotic, but really easy to make. Sometimes you want to be able to open a few cans, throw them into a bowl or pot, and come up with something tasty. If this describes you, this is a recipe for you!
If you’re pining for some good paella, and you don’t want to eat any animal products, you’ll love our vegan, gluten-free variety. It’s simple and inexpensive to make, and SO tasty!
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.
This sous vide vegan meatballs and mushrooms recipe is so incredibly easy that it may be the thing that pushes you to get a sous vide device!
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?
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.
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?”
Sometimes you just want to prepare a new kind of stir fry. We’ve devised one that is easy to make, super inexpensive, and utterly delicious.
You might have some dates lying around, unused in your cupboard. We had quite a few, so we figured out what we needed to do — make oatmeal/date squares!
Muffins are so great as a breakfast or snack! We love them so much, but have a hard time locating the vegan, gluten-free variety in our favorite coffee shops.
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.
Many of us have fond memories of eating stroganoff when we were kids. This creamy, childhood favorite can easily be made vegan and gluten-free with just a couple of tweaks.