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If you've been paying attention to me in anyway over the last few months, you'll know that I had been working so hard on putting together my cookbook, Mindful Vegan Meals, just for you, and just last week it finally launched! I can't even begin to explain how overwhelmed I've been lately from all your love and support, combined with my nervousness of you holding my book in your hands in your kitchens across the country.
Holy meatballs! I mean, veggie balls! This recipe isn't your traditional meatball because it's completely plant-based and perfect for any vegetarian or vegan in your family. However, you may just be able to trick those meat-lovers in your family with these as well.
Whoever doesn’t love burritos is not human! At least, in my opinion. This recipe is very vegan and vegetarian friendly; sponsored by the California Avocado Commission in celebration of California Avocado Month. California Avocado season seems to be just one of the happiest seasons, doesn’t it?
It's summer and that means it's time to fill your diet with so many yummy and refreshing salads that are loaded with organic (and healthy) foods that will make your soul happy. So, in the spirit of trying new foods this summer, I was inspired to use a special ingredient that's often overlooked, California prunes.
Okay, as someone who lives in the kitchen cooking up my plant-based recipes, my tools and kitchenware are obviously one of my most prized possessions. It's so important to me to use tools that help enhance my cooking experience, make my life easier, and cooking more enjoyable. So let's talk a bit about this unreal frying pan which is seriously, no lie, the best cooking pan I have ever used to make mac and cheese.
As I sit down at my table to eat a simple vegan Thai coconut holy basil noodle bowl, I think to myself: "How simple is this really?" I know the foods I eat aren't really that complicated to make, but does that make me naive? Have you ever put thought into where the ingredients you're adding into your recipes come from? As I stare at my bowl of steaming coconut holy basil noodles I start to think about each ingredient. Those snap peas are local, limes are from Mexico, noodles are made in America, red curry paste and coconut milk from Asia. It's wild to think about all the places around the globe that you get food from without even realizing it.
This post is a little different than my usual posts but I wanted to write this because I just discovered a product which I absolutely love and I think when I find an organic food product I love I NEED to share it with all of you!
Bob's Red Mill just recently launched new Muesli Cups. These come in tropical, paleo and gluten free, and are super simple and an easy way for you to eat healthy on-the-go organic food.
If you've been following along with me over the last couple of months you'd know that I've really been into incorporating Vital Proteins' Beauty Boost tablets into my daily routine. These tablets help to improve the health of your hair, skin and nails because they are loaded with biotin and vitamin c, and a bonus is they are organic and plant-based. I've seen a noticeable difference on my body while using them which is super exciting, because I mean, who doesn't want to feel even more confident and beautiful?!
So I wanted to share with you a unique way I've been incorporating the tablet into my diet. Taking a handful of pills (assuming you're taking other vitamins too) in the morning can be exhausting and boring, so if I can find a way to incorporate them into the plant-based food I'm eating, that's a win win! I put together this quick and easy recipe for a smoothie bowl that I love. It's wicked refreshing, nourishing and perfect as the hot summer weather is approaching.
Who doesn't love a classic chocolate chip cookie? For me, the smell of cookies in the oven is so comforting, and reminds me of growing up, staring patiently at the oven waiting for the fresh cookies to be finished as a little girl.
Making cookies is pretty simple, for most people at least, however, making cookies from scratch can sometimes be annoying. You don't always have all the right ingredients, or you simply just don't have the time and patience. I get it, we're not all that into cooking and baking. Then when you throw in some dietary restrictions like being vegan or gluten free, it can get even more complicated!
Have you ever thought about making your own homemade vegan crackers before? Probably not! However, they are so simple to make and wouldn't you rather know exactly what's going into the food you're eating versus buying processed boxed crackers in the store? I would!
This recipe I put together because crackers were definitely a skipped grocery item that I wasn't making on my own. I always bought it! When putting together this recipe for you, I realized how delicious and easy it is to make your own homemade crackers, and you (and your kids) will love them! These bad boys only take 10 minutes to prep and 20 minutes to bake.
This vegan soup is going to seriously blow your mind and your insides will thank you. Why? Because it is made with ashwagandha. I know what you're thinking, what on earth is ashwagandha? Well let me tell you...
Ashwagandha Herbal Blends by NatureWise are my deep dark secret. Just kidding, it's not really a secret. However, so many people don't know about ashwagandha and I find that so unfortunate because it has so many benefits. First off, it's renowned for being able to reduce the damaging effects of stress on the mind and body, which is fantastic for all of us that sometimes can't catch a breath on those busy weeks/days. NatureWise's product is made with proven vegan ashwagandha extract with select botanicals to deliver targeted support for different areas you may need help with like stress, endurance, libido, brain health, etc.
This is the perfect post gym vegan recipe that'll leave you full and satisfied! I promise.
Recently I discovered Bob's Red Mill's grits and I'm kinda obsessed. It is made with coarsely ground bits of white corn, is healthy and super easy to cook. What I love about it is that it's something cool and different for consuming and enjoying carbs. I noticed grits were popular when I was in Nashville in October and I've been meaning to put together my own recipe using grits since then!
Grits are super versatile, vegan, and there are so many unique ways you can use them. You can eat them on their own, make polenta cakes, polenta chips, casseroles, and I've seen people use them to make mini pancakes that act like tacos! Uhmm... yum!