Very cherry smoothie: Add greens for a nutrient boost!

Today I’m sharing one of my all-time favorite beverages that also works as a breakfast or snack. It’s the very cherry smoothie. It can be made with or without dark leafy greens for an extra boost of nutrients. Vegan & gluten-free. I am a savory breakfast person through and through. I’ll easily take a breakfast […]

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Chile-Roasted Smashed Potato Tacos with Cilantro-Avocado Sauce

It seems like every vegan blogger and instagrammer in the known universe (and their collective mothers) has been making and sharing pics of beautifully smashed potatoes. They’re all on baking sheets with seasonings galore and usually some sort of sauce to drizzle on them. And they all make me salivate instantaneously because I love potatoes […]

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Vegan Broccoli Slaw

Vegan Broccoli Slaw is a delicious side dish for your summertime sandwiches or burgers. It’s perfect for picnics and cookouts, too. This easy to make salad recipe takes only a few minutes to put together. Simply steam the broccoli, mix in the carrots and onions, and then fold in the dressing! It’s dairy-free and gluten-free….

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Fried squash blossoms with cashew cheese (Vegan)

Fried squash blossoms with cashew cheese are a vegan appetizer that’s sure to impress! Zucchini blossoms are stuffed with cashew cheese, dredged in flour and spices, and shallow fried. You’ll be thinking about this appetizer all year long, until squash blossom season comes around again. For years I’d hear friends talk about getting stuffed squash […]

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Vegan Sloppy Joes with Tempeh and Mushrooms

Grab a napkin, because things are about to get messy! These Vegan Sloppy Joes are a grown-up version of a childhood favorite. It’s easy to make them from scratch using with tempeh, mushrooms, and a tangy tomato-based sauce – no mix is necessary! These fun sandwiches are perfect for lunch or dinner. This Sloppy Joe recipe is vegan with a gluten-free option.

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