If your lineup of go-to nutritious breakfast recipes is looking a little lackluster, give these oat muffins a whirl. They’re loaded with warm cinnamon, tangy dried cranberries, and crunchy walnuts. Coconut oil, almond milk, and applesauce keep these vegan goodies moist and fluffy. Read on for the recipe.
Shake up dessert by packing in some protein with these chocolate chip chickpea blondies. Buttery and rich as they seem, the sweet squares are not only vegan, but gluten-free too. Tapioca starch contributes to the thick, chewy texture while coconut sugar offers subtle hints of caramel. Read on for the recipe.
If you need one more reason to fall in love with falafel, our recipe is sure to seal the deal. They’re baked, not fried, to a crispy golden-brown and bursting with warm, earthy flavors like cumin and coriander. Grassy fresh parsley and cilantro give each bite a hit of brightness. Read on for the delicious details.
Rich, chewy dates, heart-healthy almonds, and cashews are blended and infused with a hint of vanilla and earthy cacao powder in these nutritious no-bake balls. As an added bonus, they take a spin in sweet shredded coconut for a tropical kick. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of tasty two-bite treats.
Umami-packed nutritional yeast permeates this velvety sauce and brings so much satisfyingly cheesy flavor that you won’t even miss the real thing. Buttery, softened cashews bring richness, while mustard powder, garlic, and paprika spice things up. Read more now to add this recipe to your list of dairy-free favorites.
In this recipe, roasted broccoli, onions, and garlic team up to create a caramelized flavor bomb, while soaked cashews and creamy coconut milk bring the velvety vegan soup to life. The silky, pureed broth will leave you licking the bowl. Keep reading to add this dish to your list of go-to vegan eats.
Bored with shopping for non-dairy treats in the frozen aisle? Take out your ice cream maker at home. Our vegan chocolate ice cream is easy to make completely from scratch, and yields thick and rich results. Find out what simple ingredients we use, and make the recipe when that chocolate craving strikes.
Do you want to steer clear of the refined sugar, milk, soy, and stabilizers that are often found in store-bought chocolate chips? Learn how to make them from scratch right in your own kitchen. It’s much easier than you might think, with just four popular pantry ingredients. Read more now for the recipe.
Whether you’re looking for a fresh side for the holidays or a nourishing meal on Meatless Monday, these stuffed sweet potatoes are the dreamboats you’ve been waiting for. After baking to a golden crisp, they’re filled with fresh balsamic-infused cranberries, crunchy pecans and pepitas, and wild rice. Get the recipe.
Can you make a tasty chocolate chip cookie that’s vegan and gluten free? It may seem impossible, but our delicious chickpea chocolate chip cookies will destroy any doubt. Garbanzo bean flour is a great gluten-free base, and these cookies are easy to make, with a slightly firm crust and chewy centers. Read more now.
Want to add a nutty kick to your daily lineup of dairy-free alternatives? This almond milk is a breath of fresh, frothy air. It’s loaded with nutrients and as silky smooth as it is crazy addictive. Keep reading to add this recipe to your list of creamy companions, and swap it in anywhere you splash regular milk.
You don’t have to feel under the weather to want to treat your body to a bounty of nourishing ingredients. This satisfying soup is not only packed with healing greens like grassy parsley, spinach, and kale, it’s made with spicy ginger and smoky cumin for a bold burst of flavor. Read on for the recipe.