A tasty, guilt free treat. Using brown rice flour instead of white make these treats gluten free aswell as vegan free. Most people thing that making sweet potato blondies means alot of puree’ing, but you can actually buy it pre-blended in a can. Because of the amount of spicing and flavors in the recipe, you […]
BudgetBytes is one of my favourite food blogs (For both vegans and meat eaters). This hearty soup is great as we head into winter. The cumin, paprika and cayenne pepper combination add a decent zing to the flavor. At $0.71 a serving, it’s also easy on the wallet.
Another “no bake” recipe that is easy to whip up on a sunday afternoon. The filling does require a lot of “pantry filler” ingredients so this is one you may have to prepare for ahead of time. This is a recipe that you can get away with adding and removing items from the filling to […]
Dessert doesn’t have to involve dairy with this delicious treat. Using silken tofu as an eggs and cream replacement, this part pancake/part pie dish is best served slightly warm with a side of your favourite soy icecream or frozen yoghurt.
Lasagna without meat (or cheese!) is always an interesting proposition. But this tofu, hummus and spinach combination is divine.
A hearty winter meal packed full of goodness. Using red quinoa, and adding in the optional spinach, this soup packs a great protein hit. Did you also know that Quinoa has been named The Food Of 2013 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations?