There is a common misconception out there that vegans can’t have chocolate, and that is so untrue! Check out these vegan Valentine’s day chocolate options. We have some that you can make and some that you can buy.
This vegan shepherd’s pie combines some traditional shep pie elements with plenty of vibrant, green kale. It’s comfort food with a healthy twist.
Here are four awesome vegan Thanksgiving recipes from my new cookbook, Gettin Saucy! You can make the most of your Thanksgiving meal with vegan mashed potatoes, two excellent gravies, and one beautiful salad.
Start these food gifts now, so they’ll be ready in time for holiday giving!
Vegans love bacon, too! Read an interview with Baconish author, Leinana Two Moons, and grab the Brussels sprouts with bacon recipe from the book.
This nut-free vegan crema recipe uses silken tofu instead of cashews or vegan yogurt.
If you love mac and cheese, you’ll love this creamy plant-based version! Laura Theodore’s Mac ‘n Peas gets its creaminess from cashews, not from dairy substitutes.
Socca – a traditional, gluten free French pancake – is such a fantastic, healthy snack or side dish! Use my socca cooking tips below to perfect your own gluten free socca recipe.
Nothing says romance like a cruelty-free Valentine’s Day. If vegan Valentine’s Day recipes seem like they’re out of your wheelhouse a little bit, don’t’ worry! We’ve got lots of ideas for you to choose from! There are even some ideas for entire menus, so this list really has way more than 10 recipes.
As part of a series of food memories, we have collected three Christmas dessert recipes that shout HOME! They come from three very different ladies — a French cooking school [ … ]
Whether you’re planning a whole vegan meal or want to accommodate a vegan guest or two, we’ve got plant-based holiday recipes for every part of your menu.
When romance is in the air, nothing sets the mood like a well-laid table. If you’re looking for ideas to wow your special someone this weekend, look no further!
Black-eyed peas are a traditional part of a New Year menu. Some say eating black-eyed peas on New Year Day will bring luck throughout the year. These black-eyed peas can be made in a slow-cooker.