Yield: 8 servings This Christmas, one of new traditions, I didn’t make a single recipe for Christmas Dinner that I had ever made before. All turned out to be new favorites, and none prettier than this delightful dish of roasted tri-color carrots (photographed pre-roasting). Everyone knows that maple and mustard is a winning combination, but Read more
Yield: 4 servings (easily doubles) This is a bit more old school than my typical fare. But, this Christmas, I was joyfully cooking for Bob’s family, some of whom–including him–have less adventurous palates than I do. And, I have to admit that I enjoy this kind of “comfort food” from my childhood. What I wanted Read more
Yield: 5 dozen cookies I hope my sweet, stubborn paternal grandmother, Mam-ma, is not “rolling over” at what I’ve done to one of her four iconic Christmas cookie recipes, mailed to us wherever we might be if not with her and Pap-pa, packaged in waxed-paper lined tins with the faint aroma of mothballs. It is Read more
Yield: 5 dozen cookies Well, I blew it in terms of posting these not-too-sweet rubry red cookies for Christmas. But, they would be just as lovely for Valentine’s Day. So, Happy Whatever! Back in the day, when Better Homes & Gardens Magazine ran monthly reader recipe contests, these cookies won an award. I brought them Read more
So sorry this is too late for the just-passed holidays. But there is always next year’s celebration…or no celebration at all, just a craving for a delicious, beautiful sweet. Thanks to one of my newest creations, I need no longer stare longingly at these bars in the bakery case at Starbucks every morning on the Read more
I love healthy whole foods as much as the next gal, but I do have my guilty pleasures. And my late mom’s “Texas Trash,” the 1960s version of “Original Chex Mix,” is one. But I can never leave well enough alone and, over the years, I have experimented with various flavored iterations. This Taco-Fajita version Read more
Not to be cliche, but I am not quite sure where the time has gone since Christmas when I intended to post a number of scrumptious new recipes. I guess snow storms, work, new love (!), and just life intervened. As most of your know by now, my husband unthinkably passed away July 30, 2015, Read more
These are Gardein meatballs. They held up very well in sauce. I sautéed them in oil first for about 10 minutes. I set them aside and made the sauce in the same pan: I sautéed onion, then added 1/2 a can of crushed pineapple and about a cup of BBQ sauce and a pinch of crushed pepper flakes. Show More Summary
Baked tofu and tempeh bacon recipe from You Won't Believe It's Vegan! Cookbook. Made a delicious sandwich! With Daiya cheddar, crisp lettuce, tomato, Tabasco, a sprinkle of Maldon salt and black pepper. Yummy. Same cookbook. Creamy, oniony, dilly scalloped potatoes.
Now that the holidays are over and you’re finally getting your life back… Get back in the routine of meal prep with this week's meal plan! (It makes life soooo much easier!) Enjoy Red Lentil Bolognese (NEW), Greek Nachos (NEW), Cajun...Show More Summary
Wish you were still here with us. I'm still celebrating with more cookies. These are also from a retro recipe from a great 60's cookie book that I own. I subbed applesauce (4 oz) for the egg. I also left out the nuts.
Got this recipe from a nifty cookbook and veganized it by using ener-g egg replacer for the egg. Didn't spread out very much but I loved the flavor. Mine came out crisp on the outside with a nice chewy and slightly crunchy texture due to the secret ingredient: potato chips! Not a vegan book at all but fun to look through. Show More Summary
Lazy is what I am today. I wanted something comforting and quick to prepare. Grilled Daiya cheese sandwich. With a bowl of healthy boxed tomato soup. Made by Progresso believe it or not. Was ok. A little too smoky for my tastes.
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Was in the mood for this. Insides have a tofu-bechamel sauce, veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, spinach) and Trader Joes mozzarella. Lemon olive oil cake with coconut glaze and toasted coconut.
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Air fried black-eyed peas make a crispy snack. Make them as spicy as you like by varying the amount of the Creole-style seasoning you use. Happy New Year! At the end of each year, I try to come up with a new black-eyed pea recipe so that I can start the year off with the […] The post Crispy Air Fried Black-Eyed Peas appeared first on FatFree Vegan Kitchen.
Delicious chickpea melt I made today for lunch using Daiya cheese. Thai noodles I had yesterday with leftover vegan turkey. Snack: good old pb and pickle. No, this is not a pregnancy craving. Got the idea from Sue Grafton's detective novels. Office Xmas dinner at local Italian restaurant Matteo's. Show More Summary
Was in the mood for chicken nachos yesterday so I came home and made them. I fried up some Gardein chicken and chopped it into little pieces. I melted Earth Balance margarine, added plain soymilk, hot sauce, and Daiya cheese and simmered over heat to melt it into a cheese sauce. Show More Summary
If your resolution is to eat healthier in 2017... Get a head start with this week's meal plan! See how delicious healthy can taste with Vegan Baconators (NEW!), Supreme Pizza Soup (NEW!), BBQ Crunch Wraps (NEW!), Cajun Chili Fries (NEW!)...Show More Summary