This easy, delicious vegan ricotta recipe is gluten-free and Plant Paradox compliant! And you can whip it up in about 10 minutes!
You’re not going to believe how easy this yogurt is to make! Just 2 ingredients for either the coconut or the almond yogurt!
Looking for a quick, easy vegan mozzarella cheese recipe to whip up for that pizza or pasta tonight? This is it! It’s gluten-free too!
This easy vegan butter recipe will give any of the commercial vegan butters a run for their money, with great taste and fewer ingredients!
Easy Homemade Sliceable Vegan Cheese Recipe – Vegan AIP Friendly and No Rejuvelac or Other Special Ingredients Required!
This sliceable vegan cheese recipe is easy, delicious, nut-free and vegan AIP friendly! Plus it only takes about 15 minutes to make!
This homemade almond butter recipe is so easy, so delicious, and so economical that you will never want to buy almond butter from the store again!
Homemade coconut butter, also known as manna and puree, is vegan, gluten-free, rich, and delicious! And it’s so easy to make! Here’s how.
This recipe for homemade coconut milk uses only two ingredients, is delicious, and is super-easy to make! Plus it’s vegan AIP compliant!
Easy Homemade Almond Milk and Almond Milk Yogurt – No Thickeners Needed! (Also Makes Homemade Almond Milk!)
Finally! Homemade almond milk yogurt in the Instant Pot with no fuss, no complicated instructions, no other ingredients.
Did you know that there is a type of tofu that you can easily make at home, that is delicious, and that is soy-free? Here’s the recipe.
Do you juice? We do, and we love it! We also love using our juicer to make yummy foods like nut butter!
Did you know that it is really easy to make your own peanut butter? It is! And best of all, you can control what does, or doesn’t go into it. While we are going to give you an easy recipe to make a basic peanut butter, there is a lot of room to get creative and play around with what you add!
We recently brought you a fantastic recipe for vegan, gluten-free feta, which is quick and easy to make! Well we’ve been playing around in the kitchen and took it one step further by slightly aging and pressing the tofu. While the quicker feta will always be our go-to in a pinch, this aged feta is so worth the wait and work! The key to making this feta is to press it for at least 5 days, wrapped in clean towels (we used paper towels, but you can certainly use a lint-free, clean kitchen towel), and changing out those towels daily.