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.
These satisfying lentil loaves are full of flavor and a cinch to make! Smoked paprika adds summer, BBQ-flavor to a quick mix of mashed lentils and flax. Make a batch of these and use for appetizers at a party, sandwich in a pita for a healthy, plant-based lunch, or slather with Chipotle Barbecue Sauce for a satisfying, gluten-free dinner.
A healthy menu for your Fourth of July party. Side dishes, appetizers, and desserts to feed a crowd. All recipes are vegan, oil-free, plant-based.
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.
Easy Appetizer: Polenta Discs Baked polenta discs are one of my favorite vessels to use for appetizers. You can buy a tube at almost any grocery store. Slice it up into 1/2-inch thick discs, bake them off, and you’re ready for topping. Because polenta is gluten-free and vegan, I can serve them to just about
Medium | Servings: 8 | Ready In: 45 minutes | Yield: 1 (8×8-inch) square pan Sweet corn pudding is a Southern staple around the holidays. Traditionally made with sweetened condensed milk and loads of butter, this simple healthy, plant-based vegan recipes uses dried apricots for natural sweetness. Tapioca starch helps pull everything together for a
Medium | Servings: 4 | Ready In: 40 minutes | Yield: 8 tomatoes Juicy Brandywine tomatoes are one of the most delicious heirloom tomatoes, with an intense, deep flavor. Their big size makes the perfect vehicles for stuffing in this classic vegetarian Greek recipe. In this grain-free version, cauliflower replaces traditional rice. This is a
Passover is a traditional Jewish holiday, honoring the liberation of the Israelites from Egypt. It is a multi-day celebration that usually falls at the beginning of April, on the 15 day of Nisan in the Jewish calendar. Passover is meant to celebrate the Jewish freedom from enslavement, and much of the food around this holiday
Medium | Servings: 4 | Ready In: 15 minutes | Yield: 5 cups Traditional tabbouleh is a classic Lebanese salad combining cracked wheat with fresh parsley. This gluten-free version uses healthy quinoa. A zing from Middle Eastern spices and Sherry vinegar make the flavors pop. Serve as a side dish for a plant-based summer party,