Vegan Miso Mango Edamame Salad
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by Elizabeth Schneider
2w ago
As you may have noticed in my last post, mangoes are abundant, therefore I am elated. I’m telling you, this girl could thrive on a diet composed entirely of fresh fruit, bread, and peanut butter. Gotta love carbs. Anywho. While salads can certainly be boring, we’ll make sure your salad situation is anything but. We’re talking mixed greens + fresh herbs, juicy champagne mango, protein-packed edamame, nutty toasted almonds, creamy vegan feta, and mouthwatering sesame miso dressing. The textures and flavors be popping off! I think it’s time for you to give this little number a try and taste for ..read more
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Vegan Ginger Mango Lassi
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3w ago
Time for a mango lassi makeover! The mangoes are sweet and juicy right now, so I had to whip myself up a refreshing treat. In the past I’ve chosen frozen mangoes for this Indian beverage, in order to avoid using ice cubes. Which I thought would water down the flavors. However. If you’re using prime fresh mangoes—champagne aka honey aka ataulfos—they shine right though that handful of ice cubes and create an amazingly delicious drink. I believe a traditional lassi includes mango pulp, but I’m not trying to make anyone’s life extra difficult out here. When it comes to tracking down niche ingred ..read more
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Muhammara – Roasted Red Pepper Walnut Dip
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by Elizabeth Schneider
1M ago
Yes, I love me some dip. And this dip definitely does not disappoint! It’s a little smoky. A little sweet. It has substance, yet it’s not a total gut-bomb. Plus, it contains veg, protein, and healthy fats! What’s not to love? All you have to do it blend up a freshly roasted red bell pepper, nutty toasted walnuts, extra virgin olive oil, pleasantly sweet pomegranate molasses (aka pomegranate syrup), zesty lemon juice, smoked spicy paprika (aleppo if you can get your hands on some), earthy ground cumin, cayenne for an extra kick! breadcrumbs + pink sea salt. Garnish with a little splash of evoo ..read more
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Maple Coconut Almond Granola with Pecans & Hemp
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by Elizabeth Schneider
1M ago
The best kind of granola is most definitely homemade granola. It’s not overly sweet, plus you can throw in all the goods! We’re talking hearty rolled oats, nutty almonds, tasty-as-can-be pecans, nutritious hemp hearts, toasty coconut flakes, unrefined coconut oil, pure maple syrup, real deal vanilla extract, fragrant ground cinnamon, and pink sea salt! An extra important addition. Flavor, you know? I’m bringing back this recipe from the archives since it’s truly a treat worth whipping up on the regular if I do say so myself! I cut back on the amount of pecans, since they tend to be pricy suck ..read more
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Vegan Greek Grain Bowl
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by Elizabeth Schneider
2M ago
Confession. I will try to eat anything and everything out of a bowl (with a spoon) if possible. It’s just easier to shovel food (mindfully) into your face, plus, they are pretty easy to make pretty. This particular bowl is packed with healthy ingredients, fresh flavors and a pleasant variety of textures. What’s new though, he he. The base is barley, an often overlooked grain, which has recently been making an appearance on my kitchen table more often. It’s satisfying and pleasantly chewy + tender when cooked up right. I went with pearled barley, since I’m often a busy gal and time is of the e ..read more
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Easy Homemade Oat Milk
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3M ago
Not even going to lie. I’m an oat milk fiend. I mean, can you blame me though?? The stuff is delicious! Creamy, subtly sweet, and tasty with a variety of foods (cereals, PB&Js, cookies, tea… ). As well as on its own. Nice and chilled. Any who. As much as I adore Oatly, that ish can be pricey! Sometimes I’m a lucky duck and snag a few cartons from Grocery Outlet for $1.99, although they often don’t have it in stock. So what’s a gurl to do? Whip up gallons of oat milk at home, duh. It’s not as thicc + creamy as the store-bought variety, although there isn’t any oil involved, so it’s obvious ..read more
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Vegan Coconut Almond Caramel Thumbprint Cookies
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3M ago
Love me some homemade cookies! Especially when they’re easy. And (semi) healthy! These cute treats only require 6 ingredients, and that’s including salt. Plus, they’re gluten-free. And plant-based of course! The cookie itself is a coconut almond shortbread of sorts, and the mouthwatering filling is pure coconut almond maple decadence… I like to drizzle leftover filling onto my oatmeal for an extra delicious morning meal. Yummm. Let’s not forget that melted dark chocolate topping! Followed by a pinch of pink sea salt, to bring out all of those flavor flavs. Chill and enjoy… half a batch at onc ..read more
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Lemony Roasted Butternut Squash, Potatoes & Apple with Breadcrumbs
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3M ago
This easy fall (err winter) side is perfect for holiday get togethers or simple yet elegant meals at home. Plus, it has that amazing sweet + savory flavor combo going on. If you haven’t tried pairing apples with potatoes before, I highly recommend you give this amazing duo a shot asap! Butternut squash adds even more flavor and color, plus some veg action. And zesty lemon juice brightens everything up, while fresh thyme adds a hint of herbaceousness. Love that word, by the way. Add a sprinkle of creamy vegan feta plus a hit of toasted bread crumbs then your side dish is set! After you season ..read more
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Sangria with Pear Brandy & Spiced Simple Syrup
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3M ago
Ooo la la this sangria is fire! I’m not normally a fan of sugary drinks but this sangria is subtly sweet, plus it packs a punch, thanks to a generous glug of brandy. And not just any brandy. Pear brandy, to be exact! To go with our fall/winter vibes, you know? Sliced crisp apple, juicy Bartlett, and juicer navel orange add that fresh fruity flair, while a zesty spiced simple syrup composed of cinnamon, star anise, lemon peel, and coconut sugar bring the well-balanced sweetness factor. And then we have our wine, a Spanish red of the Tempranillo or Garnacha varieties. Do I know what that means ..read more
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Pomegranate Avocado Dip
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by Elizabeth Schneider
3M ago
‘Tis the season for holiday parties, potlucks, and sharing food in general. Maybe, you’re in charge of the (tofu) roast. Or perhaps you’re a cookie queen. Just try to refrain from forcing green jello salad on any innocent souls. Please and thank you. A green snack I can get behind, however, is this easy Pomegranate Avocado Dip! It’s fresh and festive! Plus tasty, duh. All you have to do is gently mash a couple firm-ripe avocados, then fold in zesty lemon juice, beautiful pomegranate airls aka seeds, crumbled vegan feta, and pink sea salt. Top with more pomegranate, feta, and toasted pepitas ..read more
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