How many times have you woken up determined to incorporate (and stick to) a laundry list of new healthy habits only to fall off the wagon the very next day? It takes two weeks to form a new habit, yet most of us go for the all or nothing approach and we try to form too many new habits at once.
I was looking for a way to have spaghetti and meat balls without the meat and without the gluten. These are meat-free, gluten-free, completely vegan, not to mention delicious and satisfied my comfort food craving. They definitely aren’t the same as the real thing, but I promise they taste really good and have a great texture. Tip: bake the mushroom lentil balls for a good amount of time until golden and firm, so they stand up better to the tomato sauce.[Read more]
I was in the mood for a tangy salad dressing and I’ve been limiting my oil intake and staying away from dairy so I had to make a vegan, oil-free dressing that satisfied the taste buds. This dressing is zesty, tangy, and a little spicy from the raw garlic. It’s raw, healthy, and delicious and a great substitute to the real french dressing. Ingredients 1 Organic red bell pepper ⅓ cup sundried tomato (not packed in oil) ½ heaping cup soaked[Read more]
If you’re looking to begin the New Year by reducing your intake of known allergen foods, these vegan cauliflower tortillas are egg-free, soy-free, dairy-free, wheat-free, and corn-free. They’re so easy to make and are delicious with any recipe you would normally make with tortillas. You can make them ahead of time and store them in your fridge or freezer and they reheat well with a little coconut oil in a pan over medium heat. *Note: You can skip the cooking[Read more]