Nana’s Banana Bread

This banana bread recipe has been in my family for a few generations. My mom has been making it for my whole life, and her mom has been making it for even longer. Scroll to the bottom to see a picture of my adorable fam! All credit goes to my nana for the original recipe and my mom who veganized it last year.

Trust me. You want to make this recipe, right now.

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EASY Vegan Charcuterie Board

The trick to creating a deliciously vegan & EASY charcuterie board is knowing the vegan meat/cheese world – and knowing what you like. I am obsessed with Daiya’s smoked gouda cheese. It does not have that nasty Daiya taste – it slices easy, looks pretty and doesn’t have any over-powering flavours. I also love Field Roast’s smoked apple sage sausage. These two products are almost always the stars of my vegan charcuterie boards. (For my local friends – I always buy the smoked gouda at Save On Foods and the sausages at Save On Foods or The Real Canadian Superstore).

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Vegan Crab Dip

Welcome to DAY ONE of my Christmas series! I love Christmas, vegan recipes and cooking around the holidays so I decided to combine all three into a 25 day series on my website! Everyday I’ll be posting a vegan recipe that is perfect for the holidays.

Let’s get into this delicious, simple and 100% vegan crab dip recipe.
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Vegan Cheese Dip

Growing up, I loved cheese. I ate it all the time. But when I went vegan and found out about how cruel the dairy industry was, I stopped craving cheese altogether. (If you haven’t seen it already, watch Dairy Is Scary on YouTube. I promise, there’s a great life after cheese!) I have, however, wanted to create charcuterie boards for parties and sometimes don’t have time to stop at Vegan Supply for one of their (expensive) pre-made cheeses. They have tons that are delicious and add amazing flavour to a charcuterie board, but they are definitely more expensive than this one – and it’s a tad out of my way.
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