This lemon cashew cookie recipe is meant to be a no bake recipe, similar to protein bars. These vegan cookies are SO good but also super healthy! They are high in plant based protein and designed to be the perfect energizing snack.
This vegan açaí bowl recipe is packed with my favorite fruits as well as spinach to make it a nutritional powerhouse meal! You can change up the toppings as you like. I have been loving frozen mango and pomegranate seeds on top of my smoothie bowls lately because this combo has the perfect about if tartness and sweetness.
Plantain Chips and Vegan Guacamole. BEST. COMBO. EVER. Plantain chips have way more nutritional value than Corn Tortilla Chips, which makes this a perfect healthy alternative. Plantains when cooked have around the same goodies nutritionally speaking as potatoes except plantains are higher in fiber and are richer in magnesium and potassium.
This vegan mango sushi is so good you wont even miss the fish (if that’s your thing). The mango texture gives this sushi recipe some fishy vibes without the fish! I love the tasty combination of the mango with the teryaki sauce! I chose to use brown rice to make my sushi a little healthier. It is harder to roll than traditional sushi rice, but I think it’s worth the extra effort. This dish is definitely healthy enough to be one of my weekly go-to meals. It’s quick, easy, fun, and a little different.
This recipe is super easy so if you’re a beginning vegan chef then this is the recipe for you! This is by far the healthiest vegan Mac n cheese recipe in the world! By highlighting the fanciest nut of all the nuts, cashews, we are going to be able to create that creamy texture that mac and cheese has...
Cherry Berry Coconut Smoothie (Vegan/Sugar Free) If you like your smoothies more on the tart side then this recipe is perfect for you! If you like your smoothies on the sweeter side then add a little bit of stevia. The coconut in this recipe makes this smoothie so creamy, and the combination of the cherry and cranberry flavors makes your taste buds wanting more.
If I go out to eat and the restaurant has sweet potato fries, you know what I'm ordering, no hesitation. I don't know why any place that serves regular fries wouldn't also serve sweet potato fries; they're so much better, and can be enjoyed in so many different ways (desert fries, lots of yummy stuff on top, etc.) That's why, when I finally had the realization that I could just make my own at home, I was so excited.
Oh how times have changed. Over the last decade the amount of vegan options in vegas has flourished! About 10 years ago I remember my only real option was to get fresh groceries at the store, and fill my sink in my hotel room with ice to keep my fruit/veggies fresh (like most people do with their beer), because there was close to zero good vegan options in vegas.