As you prepare to celebrate Hanukkah this year, make it a little green by serving vegan or vegetarian foods, which are cruelty-free and entirely sustainable. Transforming your regular Hanukkah spread into one that includes plant-based components will spread joy, happiness, and good health to all.
You decide to skip those cookies and go for some holiday beverages this season. Sadly, that leads to an inability to snap the button on your pants come January. This is the world of calorie-laden beverages, and here are a few that should be on top of the naughty list.
If drinking raw eggs this holiday season doesn’t sound appetizing to you, then try this holiday drink recipe for VegNog.
Who isn’t happy making and eating tacos? Taco night at home can be so much fun with all the add-ins and fixings you can add for your own tacos. Try this vegan taco recipe for a healthy and nutritious dinner.
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Hot apple cider is a great wintertime drink and goes perfectly with popcorn, cookies, or banana nut bread. The following recipes are good for making up to four quarts of apple cider and a loaf of banana nut bread to go with the cider.
The benefits of drinking water are well noted. Adopt some of these tips to start drinking more water each day.
Prepared using wholesome and all-natural ingredients, these vegan recipes will provide your kids with the nutrition they need and the taste they desire.
Make your favorite mashed potato dish without butter or regular milk with some easy and practical substitutions–use a vegan milk and margarine or olive oil instead!
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about our impending food choices.
The typical Thanksgiving fare is not the most healthy, but with a little bit of preparation, you can make this year’s Thanksgiving a healthier one. Here are some great tips that will allow you to look and feel great after the holiday, without depriving yourself of delicious holiday food.
Halloween has passed, so it’s time to take the scary skeletons off the garage door, polish off those vegan pumpkin pies, and get ready for some vegan Thanksgiving goodness.
Just like any other holiday, Thanksgiving has many dishes that can be turned into vegan delicacies by using a little cruelty-free magic.
Instead of heavy eggs and cream, this pumpkin pie uses silken tofu to get its creaminess. The beauty of tofu is that it takes on the flavors of the other ingredients, so when this pie is done you won’t even know it’s there!
Pumpkin and pumpkin puree are the perfect seasonal addition to healthy recipes. Here are eight ways to use that extra pumpkin in your pantry.