Vegans love bacon, too! Read an interview with Baconish author, Leinana Two Moons, and grab the Brussels sprouts with bacon recipe from the book.
Editor’s note: This dish from our sister site Vibrant Wellness Journal is my favorite roasted squash recipe ever. The ingredients list in the original recipe calls for kabocha pumpkin, but I’ve used it with acorn squash without any problems. I’ve also made it without the brown sugar, and it’s delicious either way. This roasted squash is a staple in my kitchen, and I’m so thrilled to share it here!
Looking for a coffee alternative? This creamy smoothie will kick your iced coffee cravings to the curb!
If you’re planning a party and need to throw together a last minute snack in a hurry, you don’t have to sacrifice your whole food values. Check out this 30 second guacamole recipe!
I admit it: I have a hummus problem. I used to have it under control, back in the Olden Times when I thought it was only about the chickpeas. Once I understood the breadth and depth of this particular canvas, though, things got a bit more (deliciously) complicated! This recipe features black beans, cilantro, chipotle and lime, for a spicy Southwestern twist on a classic vegan favorite — because chickpeas shouldn’t get to have all the fun.
For those cold and windy early spring days, there’s no better antidote than hearty hot lentil stew! White wine, garlic, poultry seasoning, lemon juice, and fennel work together to transform simple rustic ingredients into a delicious cure for chilly-day blahs. As a bonus, this one-pot vegan meal comes together fairly quickly and lets the slow cooker do most of the work!
Looking for new recipes to tickle your taste buds in the New Year? This easy fruit-filled mousse recipe replaces yogurt for breakfast or snacks, or ends Indian dinner night on a delightfully indulgent note!
Topeka! I have found it! I know I’m not the only veg-head who cringes at the thought of supporting animal agribusiness when my pill-averse pup needs medication. ‘Just put it in a hot dog, or some cheese,’ says the vet. Well I’d really rather not, actually! Since my heathen hound has mastered the art of external peanut butter removal, towards the apparent goal of leaving very clean and slightly dissolved-at-the-edges pills on my floor, I had to find a better way. Try this easy vegan recipe for pill-pockets your canine friend will happily wolf down — with no hot dogs or dairy junk anywhere nearby!
Once you start making your own bread, it’s totally addictive: the store-bought kind just can’t compete. This vegan wheat roll recipe works wonderfully for sandwiches or garlic bread, but (like any potentially addictive substance) should be used responsibly!
When you’re operating outside your normal kitchen habits — maybe on a long road trip, or spending the weekend with omni inlaws, or (egads and GRR!) trying to eat well in a markedly un-vegan hospital-type setting — quick and easy nutrient-dense food is a must! This vegan recipe fits the bill when you need real food real fast, and don’t have the time or supplies for full-meal food-prep. Pre-made and stored in airtight bags or containers, these raw crackers keep for several weeks… I’m not sure exactly how long, since my family keeps eating them all up. But anyway: enjoy!
If you love Mediterranean cuisine, this salad will knock your spicy Greek socks off!
This smoothie, with the succulence of mangoes, is a perfect Valentine’s Day refresher. Although fresh (unfrozen) bananas work perfectly fine, using frozen bananas adds a wonderful thickness.
Mark Reinfeld’s latest cookbook gives familiar classic European dishes a vegan makeover. The 30 Minute Vegan’s Taste of Europe offers 150 delicious recipes.