A tender, moist vanilla cake topped with a sweet, “buttery” streusel (without the butter or oil!). This vegan coffee cake is filled with all the flavor of a regular coffee cake without all the sugar and processed ingredients.
Hearty, hot, and spicy, this quinoa jambalaya is a plant-based take on a traditionally meat-heavy dish. Made with quinoa instead of rice + packed full with plants, this jambalaya is deliciously satisfying and healthy, making it a perfect meal during the colder months.
Creamy peanut butter meets white miso in a rich, nutty umami broth filled with fresh, hearty veggies and lentils. This healthy, flavor-packed soup makes your taste buds dance and leaves you wanting more.
Fluffy, moist banana muffins studded with rich, melty dark chocolate chips. A healthy treat for breakfast or snack that will leave your tummy happy and your tastebuds wanting more.
A crisp, sweet, refreshing treat for when you get tired of eating cake and cookies for dessert every day. A crispy, oil-free crust baked then filled with a creamy banana filling and frozen, topped with sweet, juicy berries to complete.
A healthy, vegan twist on a Japanese home-cooking classic. Crispy, chewy pan-fried dumplings filled with hearty, delicious veggies. Quick, cheap, tasty and can be made in big batches and frozen for meals throughout the week.
Hearty, chewy tofu marinated in a savory miso sauce and baked to crispy golden brown perfection. Perfect paired with rice and some greens for a wholesome, nutritious meal.
Light & refreshing veggie-packed salad with the lingering taste of summer. Paired with a vegan and oil-free avocado dressing, this salad makes the perfect side dish or even filling for tacos.
This peanut curry contains the perfect blend of creamy, nutty, spicy, and sweet, without any animal products or oil. Throw everything in a pot and in about 20 minutes you’ll have a delicious and soul-warming curry, even better paired with rice or bread.
Two winters ago was the first time I attempted to make my own bread – and let me just say, it was a disaster. My dough didn’t rise well (if any at all) and as a result my bread turned into rocks after baking. This happened twice. I thought maybe I wasn’t setting the dough […]