The non-vegan version of this breakfast was very popular in my family when I was a kid. We'd make it at home on Saturdays, we'd make it camping in the summer, we'd make it on a colder winter weekend. Its so easy to make and so delicious to eat!
Welcome to my favorite breakfast! These burritos are quick to put together with minimal prep work and they're always delicious! Let's be honest here and just use the massive flour tortillas, they hold the filling together better than any whole wheat or gluten free wrap I've tried.
I'm amazed at how simple and how good this soup is. It’s only seasoned with a little salt and pepper, but has an amazingly pure flavor to it. It takes about 50 minutes to make, and only five of those minutes are just for you to prep!
Do salads sometimes leave you still wanting something more? Not totally satisfying or filling? Try out my awesome Almond Salad and you'll be full throughout the rest of the day! Its one of my favorite lunch time meals especially during the work week when I barely have time to scarf it down! With minimal prep work you'll be happy you spent the extra 20 minutes getting this salad put together ahead of time!
Great ready for some SERIOUS deliciousness. If you’re looking to mix up your potato salad recipe, give this a try. Roasted potatoes, steamed cauliflower, soft couscous, and curry powder! A few more ingredients and you’ve got a delicious new salad to enjoy!
I love this potato salad! It's a twist on the classic version, but with the addition of blanched green beans, kalamata olives, red wine vinegar, and a few other simple ingredients. Great for a summer party or an evening at home!
This Beefless Beer Stew is an awesome alternative to the typical beef stew. Adding in meaty portobello mushrooms and dark beer really brings out a rich flavor and will fill you up on those chilly spring evenings!
Korma is one of my FAVORITE things to get when I go out for Indian food. It’s a little spicy, saucy, and so delicious. I've made a new version with a few substitutes that makes this a super tasty dinner on those cold winter nights!
You can easily make this curry on your stove top in an hour, or in a crockpot over four hours. Its a warm and hearty curry full of flavor and spices and can be served over rice or quinoa or you can just eat it on its own!
There's something about the flavors of Thai Yellow Curry that I just love - the creaminess of the coconut milk, the spices that warm you from the inside out, and the slow cooked veggies make me just happy. Forget takeout - here's how you make Thai Yellow Curry at home and just wait until you see how easy it is!
Want to convince your non-vegan friends that vegan food is just as good as non-vegan food? Make this recipe! Sweet and tangy barbecue lentils, mixed with onions, and quinoa, stuffed inside green bell peppers and baked with mashed potatoes. Always a crowd pleaser!
The Fire Sign Cafe in Tahoe City inspired this recipe. I love this restaurant and they always have a few vegan options. If you're ever in the area make sure you stop by and have some of their delicious food! Until then, you can make this super delicious scramble!
Here's a completely dairy free-substitute free potato salad that you will LOVE for hot summer days. Lemon juice, a dash of vinegar, chopped spinach, oregano, and parsley - its great for a picnic, a day at the beach, or a backyard BBQ!
In the need of some serious comfort food? Make this super simple split pea soup - it takes about an hour to get those split peas soft and chewy, but only about 5 minutes to put it together. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the amazing aromas as this soup comes together.
So you want corned beef and cabbage, but without the beef and quicker than six to eight hours in your crock pot? MAKE THIS SOUP! It tastes exactly like corned beef & cabbage, but without the beef and only takes about 45 minutes to make!
Ready for some roasted potato goodness? These Irish Nachos are a great take on traditional nachos using potatoes, lentils, quinoa, onions, salsa, cilantro, and a homemade cashew cheese! Don't fear the cashew cheese - its super easy and super delicious!
I love all of my taco recipes, but I tend to inhale these tacos faster than any of the other ones! They’re spicy, a little sweet, and SO GOOD. Cauliflower, potatoes, garam masala, garlic, and ginger round these tacos out. Also included is my green chutney recipe!
Its hard to find something better than a Breakfast Burrito, but these Breakfast Tacos give them a run for their deliciousness! Save some time and purchase pre-made pico de gallo and salsa verde and you’ll have these ready in no time!