Recipes

Tangy Coleslaw

This tangy coleslaw is a great addition to burgers or sandwiches, or eat it all by itself as a salad. We chose it as a topping for our Mushroom Burgers. It adds great flavor and a nice crunch to our marinated mushrooms. If you make

Mushroom Burger with Tangy Coleslaw

Marinated portabello mushroom caps topped with grilled onions and a tangy coleslaw will satisfy any cravings you have for a meaty burger! First, marinate your mushrooms and onions in our grilling marinade. We used this vegan Worcestershire sauce, but you can use bottled sauce if

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Our Cheddar Cheese Sauce is the star of this creamy, cheesy broccoli soup. One batch of cheese sauce makes about 4 cups, and we use about 2 1/2 cups in the soup, so you can use the remainder in another recipe, like the Quinoa Squash

Roasted Vegetable Pizza with Ricotta Cheese

Easy Almond Ricotta Cheese and roasted Mediterranean vegetables make this pizza a favorite among my friends and family. You’ll be surprised how quick and easy it is to mix up a batch of the ricotta cheese. I also use it in my Garden Lasagna. I

Cheesy Lentil Lasagna

Lentils and mushrooms make up the “meat,” and my Easy Almond Ricotta Cheese replaces dairy cheese in this creamy and satisfying lasagna. The ricotta cheese has only 6 ingredients– just blend them together and it’s ready! For the lasagna noodles, you can use pasta noodles

Easy Almond Ricotta Cheese

Hold on to your head– I’m going to blow your mind with how easy it is to make creamy dairy-free ricotta cheese! Start with blanched almonds- those are the white ones with no skin. Pop them in a blender or food processor with just 5

White Bean Waldorf Salad

Waldorf salad makes a great addition to your Thanksgiving meal, or any meal, but we have taken this salad from side dish to entrée just by adding some protein and fiber in the form of Cannellini beans. That’s how we like to think around here:

Chickpea Frittata

I get a lot of questions about breakfast ideas, and my favorite answer is, “Eat whatever you are in the mood for!” When you are eating plant-based, you don’t have to eat certain foods for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I eat my own homemade cereal

Tempeh-Broccoli Noodle Bowl with Peanut Sauce

Tempeh is fermented soybeans. The soybeans are soaked, then boiled, then they are placed in a tray or dish and inoculated with the spores of the Rhizopus oligosporus fungi, which starts the fermentation process. By the end of fermentation, the beans are held together in