What do vegan rappers eat when the sweet tooth hits? Homemade vegan blueberry muffins, of course. Straight out of the ATL, rapper Waka Flocka Flame and singer/songwriter Raury whip up a batch of these sweet, tart, berry-filled treats that are so good you won’t miss the butter. We promise.
How to Video: Vegan Crab Cakes are a healthy version of a classic favorite. These babies are so freaking delicious. They are gluten-free and vegan crab-less crab cakes. For a more authentic flavor try frying them up. For a healthier and just as good version, bake them instead.
What is Heart of Palm? I know, what the heck are hearts of palm? Hearts of palm is a vegetable that is harvested from the inner core of a young palm tree. Moderate harvesting will not kill the entire palm, woo, I was a little worried. Hearts of palm make a perfect replacement for crab. When chopped or pulsed in a food processor it mimics the texture of “real” crab. The combination of the vegetables and spices give the authentic flavor to the crab cakes. Fresh colorful crisp veggies add amazingly bright flavors. Fresh spices are awesome but dried are great to have around!
Dry Ingredients: Nori or Braggs Sea Kelp Seasoning, dried basil, dried parsley, onion powder, Old Bay Seasoning, salt, and pepper.
How-to-Video: Millet muffins are a knock off of the classic meatloaf, without the meat. These small versions of “meatloaf” are not only vegan and gluten-free but also very versatile. Your options are endless. You can serve them as mini millet muffins, slice a millet loaf and serve with gravy, or even try them in fun shapes.
What is millet you ask? Well, it is not birdseed! Millet is a grain with many varieties; the primary types are called pearl, foxtail, proso, and finger. Yellow pros, pictured above, is found at most grocers, prepackaged or in bulk bins. So don’t buy the pet stores version it still has it’s hull on it, not digestible and probably not too tasty. Millet is gaining recognition for being highly nutritious and gluten-free. This versatile grain contains fiber, iron, B vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, alkaline and highly digestible. Serving for serving, millet offers more dietary fiber and antioxidants than most other grains.
10 Ingredient Cauliflower Buffalo Wings. Cauliflower wings are vegan and gluten free. They are easy, family friendly and nutritionally superior since they are plant based not meat. You can’t beat delicious and good for you; a win win in my book!
The 10 ingredients pair well together for this tasty treat. It doesn’t take a lot of spices or time. You will get the hang of replacing meat with veggies. Veggies take on the rich flavors of spices. Which enhances your plant based alternative.
Cauliflower is a cruciferous veggie. The Latin name Brassicaceae, or Brassica means cabbage. Cruciferous veggie species such as broccoli, kale, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, and bok choy are amazing super-veggies. They all contain vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytonutrients. Cruciferous vegetables have been linked to lowering cancer risk along with a host of other additional health benefits. As with most vegetables, they are healthier for you when eaten raw. But when you are hankering for a treat and w..
Grilled corn salad with rainbow vegetables is a recipe bursting with summer flavors and colors. This is a fresh take on a summer favorite, grilled corn on the cob. Corn and summer go hand in hand. I don’t know about you, but some of my fondest summer memories are of picnics, get togethers, and sinking my teeth into delicious corn on the cob. Even though summer is winding down, there is still plenty of time to get the barbecue going and try this mouth watering recipe. Enjoy this fun salad’s satisfying versatility.
Corn, or maize, was cultivated over 9,000 years ago in Central America and Mexico. Presently most corn today is grown in the north mostly Ohio, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois, just to name a few. Corn on the cob is a staple and freshest in the summer months. Corn is the base of this salad and the variety of vegetables and herbs enhance the sweet flavors of fresh corn.
I chose the vegetables randomly. This is what I had on hand, so this is what went into making the sal..
Jump to Recipe Jump to Video Print RecipeWho, and I mean who, doesn’t love a warm savory vegan cheese dip? No one! This is one recipe you will make over and over again. It’s nut-free, gluten-free and guilt-free! How to Video: The ingredients for this amazing smooth dish of goodness are so simple, you’ll be shocked! Potatoes and carrots are the 2 main ingredients and the cheesy flavor comes from the nutritional yeast. If you’re having trouble finding nutritional yeast look in the bulk bins or ask your grocer if they have it stocked. I can find nutritional yeast at my local Whole Foods, Trader Joes, and Earth Fare.
Enjoy this cheesy guilt-free treat today! If you happen to have any left over; throw the vegan nacho cheese dip over some cooked elbow noodles for a luscious quick vegan macaroni and cheese. 2 dishes in 1! Remember to have fun in the kitchen and let me know how “you” made it your own. Print Pin Vegan Nacho Cheese Dip This is a smooth, savory, bowl of warm goodnes..
How to Video: Tempeh bacon is bold, versatile, and a cinch to make. This protein-packed plant-based bacon is no cousin of the “other’ bacon but it is healthier and kinder too. Whatever your reason, give this yummy tempeh bacon a try!
The key to preparing the perfect tempeh dish is to steam or simmer the tempeh before marinating and cooking. Marinate with whatever your taste buds desire. Tempeh is amazing with its ability to take on the flavor of whatever you put it with. Looking for a sweet bacon flavor? Try pure maple syrup, honey (not always considered vegan), fruit paste, or agave nectar. If you’d rather a spicy “bacon” marinate in your favorite hot sauce, jalapenos, and pepper.
After marinating the tempeh you can cook it any way you please. Fry it up, bake it, air fry it, or grill it. Part of the beauty of tempeh is its versatility. Tempeh makes a perfect meat alternative. It’s crazy healthy and packed full of plant-based protein goodness. Have fun making this easy healthy tre..
I finally did it, I made a dessert! It’s a miracle. My mother had a craving for tapioca pudding and since a ready-made version sounded awful, I decided to give a whirl. If I can make a delicious dessert, trust me, so can you! My family and friends would tell you, I suck at dessert. No longer!
I was visiting family in Cleveland, Ohio and thus my eldest daughter’s food allergies threw a wrench into my recipe creation. I needed to make a tapioca that was not only vegan but also soy free, gluten free, and corn free. While at Whole Foods I came across a new cashew milk yogurt drink. It comes in 3 flavors that I have found: blueberry, strawberry, and plain. I figured a thicker non-dairy milk like a yogurt drink would add a nice a texture and flavor to the tapioca. It was a random guess that worked out, awesome!
If the texture of tapioca isn’t your thing, I would avoid this dessert. For crazy people, like myself, who don’t care for desserts, this is a surprisingly delicious option. This d..
How-to-Video: Have you struggled to find a creamy ranch dressing that was dairy, egg, and gluten-free that still tasted like ranch? I tried every vegan ranch dressing and wasn’t able to find a tasty option. After exhausting all available options, I set out to make my own. Can also be made soy free! This creamy […]