These indulgent vegan chocolate raspberry tarts are easy to make even if you are not too sure about making pastry. There’s no rolling required, and the decadent no-cook chocolate mousse is made in the blender. Use a raspberry preserve (not jam) for a fresh, not too sweet compliment to the chocolate, and then top them off with a silky ganache! Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Raspberry Dream Tarts”
Pan-fried gnocchi are served under a blanket of seared mushrooms in a creamy, garlicky, cashew butter pesto sauce. Make the sauce while the water comes to a boil for the gnocchi to get this flavorful and comforting dinner ready in under 20 minutes! Continue reading “Pan-Fried Gnocchi and Seared Mushrooms with Cashew Butter Pesto Sauce”
Classic hummus gets a twist by adding roasted pumpkin seeds instead of tahini! Blended until smooth, this nutritious dip is perfect for dipping, slathering on sandwiches and wraps, and adding to your favorite Buddha bowl!
This triple chocolate vegan Yule log is decadent, fun and deceptively simple to make. A silky chocolate mousse is rolled up in a tender chocolate sponge cake, and the whole thing is covered in a rich chocolate ganache. Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Yule Log”
These cute little vegan meringues are made to look like mushrooms! Festive vegan meringue cookies are just like the egg-white based ones but are made with aquafaba instead! They are perfect for decorating a vegan Yule Log, or Bûche de Noël, for a fun and beautiful Christmas dessert. Continue reading “Vegan Mushroom Meringues”
This potato dish takes all the best things about amazing potato recipes and puts them in one pan. Sweet, tender baby potatoes. Roasting for crisp exteriors and creamy interiors. Hasselback slices for extra texture and cuteness! A creamy savory sauce for flavor and dressing things up in the easiest way possible. This might just be *the* potato dish you need for the holidays!
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The weekend is here and I think we all need to treat ourselves to something delicious and comforting. Enter: these lush apple pie cinnamon rolls. An easy homemade apple cinnamon pie filling is rolled up in a tender, fluffy dough, baked and then slathered with a luscious vanilla glaze. And yes, they’re vegan, but no one would ever guess. Promise. Continue reading “Apple Pie Cinnamon Rolls”
Roasted baby potatoes are amazing on their own, but tossed with basil pesto and topped with cherry tomato bruschetta they are taken to a whole new level of yum! This dish is really easy to prepare, especially for large groups because it doubles easily. Use store-bought pesto and prepare the cherry tomato bruschetta ahead of time to reduce your prep work the day of. Toss the potatoes in oil and salt, roast them, toss them in the pesto and top with the bruschetta right at serving time. Done! Continue reading “Roasted Baby Potatoes with Basil Pesto and Cherry Tomato Bruschetta”
An intensely chocolate cake with a tender, moist crumb is lazily topped with a silky smooth peanut butter glaze and highlighted with bits of sea salt. Never-mind that there’s *zero* compromise on flavor, texture or indulgence for this vegan dessert, it’s sure to make your chocolate and peanut butter dreams come true. Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Bundt Cake with Salted Peanut Butter Glaze”
Chilly evenings call for comfort food. This savory skillet stew ticks all the boxes – one dish, tonnes of delicious flavor, enjoyed by vegans and omnivores, loads of nutritious ingredients, and pretty presentation without much effort. The stew is studded with seared mushrooms, vegan Italian sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, carrots, fresh thyme and kidney beans. It’s then topped with sliced baby potatoes and baked. Plus it’s so good, if not better, the next day. Continue reading “Vegan Savory Skillet Stew with Baby Potato Topping”