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”
These tender, fluffy pancakes are perfect for crisp autumn mornings. With the comforting scent of pumpkin spice as they cook, they are filled with the goodness of pumpkin and natural sweetness from maple syrup. Continue reading “Vegan Spiced Pumpkin and Maple Pancakes”
Sweet juicy blueberries are baked over a layer of ginger cookie crumbs in a no fuss, free-form flaky crust for an easy, pretty, and super delicious dessert. If you’re new to pastry making, this is a perfect recipe to start with. The galette is perhaps the easiest way to make a pie which is ruggedly handsome and makes for a lush treat! Continue reading “Vegan Blueberry Ginger Galette”
Sweet roasted bell peppers are filled with Asian inspired sesame-ginger seasoned mushrooms, tofu and rice. Serve them with red cabbage slaw for a complete meal which is rich in flavor, nutrients and color!
Sweet, juicy peaches nestle into a layer of silky almond cream and are baked in a melt-in-your-mouth shortbread crust. This delicious tart is so easy to make and doesn’t require any pastry rolling! Continue reading “Vegan Peaches and Almond Cream Tart”
This is one of those times where the homemade vegan version of a nostalgic childhood favorite treat is actually better than the original. Lofty words, I know, but it’s true. These homemade ‘Fudgsicles’ are creamy, fudgy, chocolately, silky smooth, and so easy to make! Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Fudge Ice Pops”
Creamy, filled to the brim with fresh veggies, simple to make, and oh-so-nutritious, this vegan corn and zucchini chowder will keep summer memories alive in your kitchen all year long. Buttery tones and delicate flavors of the corn and zucchini are highlighted with garlic and herbs, umami rich miso and a touch of smokiness from tempeh bacon. Quick and easy to prepare, this chowder is sure to be one of your new favorite last-minute meals!
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Sweet, juicy peaches snuggle between layers of cinnamon laced, tender rolls, and are topped with a crisp almond oat streusel. Finish them off with a drizzle of almond glaze, and you have yourself a very fine addition to the weekend. Continue reading “Vegan Peach Pie Cinnamon Rolls with Almond Oat Streusel Topping and Almond Glaze”