Cauliflower coated in yummy barbecue sauce and roasted in the oven. Preparing these delicious cauliflower bites is a great way to incorporate more cruciferous veggies into your day. Enjoy them paired with baked fries, baked chips, mixed into a salad, or as a filling for a wrap or sandwich. This recipe is featured in the… Continue reading Recipe: Whole Food Plant-Based BBQ Cauliflower Bites (Vegan, Oil Free, Flour Free)
These chickpea burgers are scrumptious! We've been working on a recipe for a while to keep it simple, but not sacrifice on flavour. These delicious burgers are delicious as a traditional burger on a bun with ketchup, mustard, and your favourite toppings. They can also be enjoyed as a patty served on a bed of… Continue reading Recipe: Smoky BBQ Chickpea Burgers (Vegan, Oil Free)
Potato. Veggies. Chickpeas. Gravy. I love fries and gravy! I love to punch it up with extra veggies and legumes. Use leftover fries and gravy or whip them up in about 10 minutes. Either way, this comforting meal comes together in a snap. I often use frozen veggies and canned chickpeas as well to speed… Continue reading Meg’s Mishmosh Meal: Comfort Fries – Fries and Gravy with Veggies and Chickpeas
We love to make pancakes or waffles together on the weekends. These easy banana oat pancakes are so easy to make; and they are a delicious and nutritious way to start the day! PLEASE NOTE: If you choose to purchase through the links below, I receive a small commission from each sale at NO extra… Continue reading Recipe: Banana Oat Pancakes (Plant-Based, Oil Free Vegan)
We love to make this super simple gooey vegan cheese! 4-5 pantry ingredients on the stovetop come together really quickly to make this yummy cheesy sauce. We use it for mac and cheese, for pizzas, in our eggplant parmesan, and to top potatoes and other veggies. Make it as gooey or saucy as you prefer… Continue reading Recipe: Gooey Vegan Cheese Sauce – Easy Cheese (Nut Free)
I have always loved chocolate! This chocolate date sauce is a deliciously sweet chocolatey addition to pancakes, waffles, or nice cream. It is simple to make (especially if you already keep date syrup on hand). I even like to add it to my coffee occasionally for a sweet treat.
This recipe is featured in my 'Easy Vegan Batch Cooking' blog post and video.
Italian, Smoky Maple Mustard, Sweet Balsamic Sriracha Brussels sprouts. They are not everyone’s favourite vegetable. I hated Brussels sprouts (and most vegetables) as a kid. (Check out my How to Eat More Vegetables & How to Go Plant-Based posts for more about that.) After eating a plant-based diet for a few years, I decided to… Continue reading Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts – 3 Flavours