Do you have 30 minutes? That means you have enough time to make this speedy chicken tikka masala. Brimming with flavor, fresh vegetables, and classic spices, the creamy dish is even better than take-out. This recipe is a serious game changer for your weeknight dinner routine, and it’s dairy-free! Get the recipe now.
Who says you can’t have a bowl of comfort in a flash? With this 20-minute creamy tomato basil soup, you can enjoy that classic flavor without any dairy. Make a batch early in the week and rewarm it on weeknights for a quick and easy dinner. There’s never a wrong time to make a batch of soup. Get the recipe now.
Need a vegan dessert recipe worthy of any fun celebration? Make these moist and fluffy vegan vanilla coconut cupcakes. Topped with a lovely swirl of sweet vegan vanilla frosting and garnished crunchy toasted coconut flakes, you’ll be surprised by the simple ingredients and the easy prep. Get the recipe now.
Dairy-free cherry dark chocolate coconut milk ice cream is full of fruity and bittersweet flavors, a decadent blend of creamy goodness. This chilled dessert can be enjoyed in a bowl, a cone, or straight out of the container you freeze it in. It’s an indulgence that is simple to make, and fun to eat. Get the recipe now.
Healthy and comforting mulligatawny stew is an aromatic recipe with a dynamic mix of chicken, fresh fruits and veggies, and spices. And with a blend of brown rice, split peas, and red lentils, your belly will be getting a hearty lunch or dinner. Top with yogurt for a creamy garnish. Get the recipe now.
For a sweet treat at the end of your festive Cinco de Mayo meal, make this flavorful and rich coconut milk Mexican flan. The flavors of coconut, cinnamon, vanilla, and a touch of lemon come together in this custard-based dessert for epic flavor. Though it takes some time to make, it’s worth every minute. Read more now.
Ready to ramp up your Thai food game? This flavorful coconut curry is brimming with aromatics. Stock up on Asian staples like lemongrass, ginger, and curry paste for a night of noodles you’ll never forget. Read on for the recipe, master the technique, and you’ll be cooking up your own curry creations in no time!
When I think of ice cream, I think of the cones my Italian grandma kept in her tall tin cabinet in her Maywood dining room and the way we’d fill them up with orange sherbet from her cold case. She and my grandpa were the first ones to live on their road, Augusta Street. In …
Last week, my friend Christina and I went strawberry picking. I like Christina. Christina is sharp and funny and unassuming enough to regularly surprise you as you get to know her over time. She’s one of the maybe three friends I’ve ever had who is a twin. I’ve always wished I were a twin. People …
I should start off by telling you my blog friend Megan doesn’t call this recipe curry in a hurry. Curry in a hurry is what I call it—because, my friends, this is a curry that can be on the table in 10 to 15 minutes flat. If the rice and vegetables are cooked ahead of …