Sometimes you crave a sweet plant-based dessert. This vegan banana split sundae makes the perfect recipe for your craving. A quick ice cream is made from frozen bananas. Then, cover it with fun toppings like popped sorghum and mini bananas. You’ll love this decadent, kid-friendly frozen treat!
Spinach is the secret ingredient in these oil-free plant-based muffins. Natural sweetness comes from dates and bananas – no refined sugar or syrup. A dash of chocolate flavor makes them irresistible. Made with whole grain flour, these treats are a healthy, satisfying vegan delight!
Full of warming spices and rich flavor, this gluten-free Apple Crumble recipe will satisfy your craving for sweet comfort food. Vegan, oil-free, and naturally sweetened with dates, you can enjoy this classic dish guilt-free. Great for a dinner party and easy enough for a weeknight dinner, this is a crowd-pleaser for all.
Rich pecans and dried dates come together for this plant-based vegan frosting. Spread it on Peach Cake, cupcakes, or cookies for the ultimate dessert.
Naturally sweet, juicy peaches shine in this healthy, plant-based oil-free vegan cake. With whole grain oat and spelt flour. Topped with Pecan Vanilla Frosting
Superfoods unite! This creamy, delicious dessert gets healthy antioxidants from chia seeds and cocoa. Full of chocolate mocha flavor, this makes an easy vegan dessert or a quick midday snack. Top it with fresh fruit and coconut flakes for a sweet plant-based treat.
Silken tofu, dried dates, and fresh lemon come together for this healthy, plant-based vegan dessert recipe. Top with fresh berries. Perfect for 4th of July summer parties.
Dad’s Carrot Cake My Dad is irresistible. He’s one of those guys that seems to get along with everyone. If you walk into a party, there’s Bud Simmons, offering you a drink and already telling corny jokes. I inherited his love for learning and adventure – adopting the curiosity for travel that has led both
Fruit Crisp: Pure Summer Flavor A simple fruit crisp is the easiest way to enjoy the season’s sweet bounty. Once you master the basic technique, you can use it throughout the year for any fruit. Apples taste like the Fall. Spring has lemon and blueberries. Winter is the place for pears and dried fruits. But