I’ve been making sushi once every few weeks for the last few months and it is such a delicious dinner (and we always make leftovers for lunch the next day!) The combination of teriyaki jackfruit, spicy mayo, crunchy cucumber and smooth avocado makes for the most delicious sushi – I can’t wait for you to try it!
Looking for an easy sandwich filling, cracker dip or salad topper? This chickpea salad is a vegan spin on the classic tuna salad filling. It’s packed with flavour and so easy to make – plus, no fishies were harmed in the making!
Looking for a delicious, filling salad that’s perfect for chilly nights or snowy Sunday afternoons? You HAVE to try this out! It’s the only way I’ll eat salad. This salad is hearty, filling and packed flavour. The mix of warm veggies and crisp greens makes for the perfect satiating combo.
I am obsessed with vegan sushi. I have a recipe for mixed veggie sushi on my blog already, but nothing is better than holiday-themed food, and this could be a serious showstopper at a holiday party! If you want to check out my original recipe, you can find it here: Vegan Sushi!
YAY! I’ve taken the traditional Shepherd’s Pie and stripped it of butter, milk, flesh and other (yucky!) animal ingredients, and turned it into a filling vegan classic – perfect for the holidays! This recipe is husband-approved, non-vegan approved, and even approved by a picky eater! It reheats wonderfully and would make a great next-day lunch! Any of your favourite veggies would make a great addition, I’ve added corn and peas in the past. You can definitely double the recipe and using a larger baking dish to feed more people!
Before going vegan, I loved creamy alfredo pasta; it was almost always the dish I would order at restaurants. But, I would always feel terrible afterwards. The abundance of dairy made me feel sluggish and tired, and this vegan version completely solves that problem! Also – please note that I am not a authentically trained Italian chef – this is just my version of an easy, vegan alfredo.