Enjoy this as either a salad or a toping for fajitas or burrito bowls. I like using Spice House’s fajita seasoning – but you can use whatever brand you want, make your own, or use taco seasoning.
In the mood for some classic Lo Mein? This dish is a great Lenten adaptation.
Corn pudding is a classic dish for my childhood. This is an adaptation from the recipe my grandma used for every holiday dinner. The original recipe uses sour cream, butter and eggs. This vegan version is a relatively straight conversion, using Neat eggs (or other egg replacer), almond yogurt and plant based butter. It has…
Enjoy these delicious chocolate chip banana muffins for breakfast or even as dessert. It’s a great option as well for fellowship hour.
These breakfast cookies are easy to whip up. Enjoy them for breakfast, an afternoon snack or a healthy dessert. Use natural ingredients when possible. I like using organic natural peanut butter, lightly sweetened dried cranberries and good quality chocolate chips.
This chili can easily be adapted to be oil free or sugar free. It is flavorful and filling.
An old-school way to make tomato sauce. Make sure to crush them by hand!
I love bread, especially the traditional artisan style bakery bread you find in Italy, France or other European countries. Many of these breads use starters, which adds complexity to the flavor, a better texture and more. This simple recipe for a Biga starter is based on an Italian biga recipe. Keep some in hand for…
This four bean salad recipe is great for a quick side to enjoy all week long. I like to make the bean salad for lunches and even sides for dinner. Make sure to let it marinate for around 24 hours to get the full taste (though I enjoy taking a taste early!)
After a crazy week, I love to relax and make a Saturday breakfast for my family, especially pancakes. I love the smell wafting through the air as I make them, and the maple syrup drizzling down the sides when they are served. It is often difficult to convert recipes to work with a vegan or…