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!
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!
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.
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!
You’ll Love the Sweetness of These Vegan, Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip, Walnut, And Oatmeal Cookies! They’re Super Easy to Make, and Paleo-Friendly!
We don’t know about you, but we tend to develop a sweet tooth around mid-November that doesn’t start to subside until after the holidays.
Here’s a protein-rich meal you’re going to love and want to make over and over. It’s great for a cool fall evening, because your house will warm up while you’re cooking the tomato sauce.
We finally made it to hot soup season, and we couldn’t be happier! Nothing is better on a chilly evening than a bowl of nourishing soup, perhaps with a side of gluten-free garlic toast.
Sometimes you want to whip up something sweet, but you don’t want to make a big production out of it. You desire quick satisfaction without spending the entire day baking.
You’re going to be amazed by this vegan, gluten-free peanut butter chocolate pie recipe. Our mouth-watering dessert takes three hours to make, but most of the time, the pie is just chilling in the freezer.
Sometimes you’re away from home, and you need a quick, protein-packed pick-me-up. Something nourishing, maybe a bit sweet. Don’t reach for a candy or granola bar — they’re often packed with white sugar, and too often contain dairy or even gluten.
Baked Bang Bang Tofu! Vegan And Gluten-Free, Fun to Say Out Loud, Easy to Prepare, Delicious to Eat!
Sometimes you need to whip together a tasty, high-protein meal, but you have limited time and/or ingredients. Fortunately, we’ve discovered a recipe to solve that dilemma.
You might not be able to take an actual trip to Italy right now, but you can make this yummy vegan, gluten-free focaccia with a minimal number of ingredients.
We admit that we’ve been on a bit of a roll with bananas lately. They’re so sweet, and such a great treat for hot summer days (and nights!)
Tofu is pretty bland on its own. However, marinated and cooked properly, these plain white slabs become exotic and delicious!
Some desserts are almost too good to be true! Especially when they’re vegan, gluten-free, and you can’t believe they were made without eggs or dairy!
Buddha Bowls With Lentils, Roasted Carrots and Roasted Sweet Potatoes! Vegan, Gluten-Free, and So Nourishing!
If you have only a few ingredients, you can still make a filling, delicious meal. These Buddha Bowls are easy to prepare, inexpensive, and will keep you nourished for hours!
Potatoes are one of the most commonly utilized foods — so basic, so inexpensive, and so delicious. This tuberous vegetable can be used in just about everything.
We live in a part of the country where people love to put salsa on everything. Sure, you can spoon it onto your tacos and burritos, or use it as a dip for tortilla chips.
Sometimes, you crave something sweet — like right NOW — but you don’t have a lot of ingredients in your cupboard. It can be a drag to go to the store on a hot summer afternoon, especially for a few items.
If you have kids (or a spouse!) who balk at the idea of eating broccoli, feed them this simple, but rich side dish and watch them change their minds.