Chocolate Covered Fruit

Mother’s Day 2018 arrived, and unlike previous years where I had always gifted my sister almond champagne and/or macaroons, I didn’t have anything extravagant to give her this year. However, I had an older recipe on my blog of chocolate covered fruit. Most of the old recipes on this blog are not written, well, the…

Delicious Roasted Artichokes

I cooked artichokes once or twice before, and I was never impressed with them. However, I realized that I had always boiled or steamed them, never roasted them or added any herbs, just salt and pepper. So I decided to change it up a bit and see if I could get that delicious artichoke flavor…

Vegan Sushi Rolls

Vegan sushi is really quite easy to make. There is barely any cooking involved (just cooking the rice and the vinegar sauce), but a lot of chopping and preparation goes into this. Recently I had a craving for sushi, so decided I would make my own. I already had the sushi rice from a previous…

Smoky Chipotle Hummus

This is another one of my favorite hummus recipes. The flavor is AH-MAZING, and  just slight little additions to this recipe really brings out the flavor. My one bit of advice is to be careful with the canned chipotle pepper and sauce you put it, as though it makes the hummus more flavorful, it also…

Avocado Key Lime Pie

This is another delicious raw vegan pie recipe I came up with in order to use the pulp my any of my nut milks, in particular Almond Milk and my Almond Coconut Milk. If you are not using pulp from the nut milks as your base/pie crust, I also included a delicious date/nut pie crust…

Kalamata Olive Hummus

An updated hummus post! Previously I had the option for black olive hummus, but upon trying my recipe recently, I wasn’t happy with it. Black olives themselves aren’t very flavorful, especially the canned ones. But the substitution of kalamata olives brings this black olive hummus it to a whole new level. You also have the…

Quinoa Bowl with Sweet Potato and Kale

Another delicious quinoa dish, that you can make on the weekends and save in batches for your lunches during the week! This dish is very versatile and saves really well. You can add additional vegetables or sauces to it if you like, and it gets even better. This is the base recipe option, so feel…

Portobello Mushroom Tacos with Garlic Roasted Cauliflower

In case you haven’t noticed yet, I love mushrooms. Pretty much any type. In fact, if you search the word “mushroom” on my website, you will find over 55 recipes containing mushrooms! Some of my favorite mushroom recipes are my Weekend Breakfast Bowl, Oyster Mushroom Pasta, Oyster Mushroom Burrito, and Roasted Portobello with Chickpea Basil…

Avocado Mint Bars with Chocolate Sauce

A Saint Patrick’s Day dessert special! Avocado, lime and fresh mint, topped with a homemade chocolate sauce! Also known as green on green on green, and…some brown, of course. I’ve been VERY attached to my Coconut Almond Milk, I think it’s my new favorite! These bars were made with the almond and coconut pulp from…

Tostones with Nicaraguan Guacamole

You may have heard of tostones (twice friend plantains), and you’ve definitely heard of guacamole. But have you heard of Nicaraguan guacamole? Well, I hadn’t, until a couple weeks ago, when I found out the in Nicaragua, they put boiled eggs in their guacamole. Yes, in Nicaragua they boil eggs, then mash them up and…

Raw Vegan Lemon Tarts

Remember my delicious Coconut Almond Milk recipe and how you have the option to strain the almond and coconut pulp from the milk? Once you do that you are left with a delicious pulp, and nothing to do with it. Well, I decided that I would create a raw vegan lemon tart with that extra…

Coconut Almond Milk

Yup, you read that right. It’s time to make coconut almond milk! Much like my very favorite Coconut Walnut Milk, this milk is also made with coconut water, but with the addition of actual coconut meat as well. The result is a creamy, delicious milk that is PERFECT for coffee creamer or delicious smoothies. You…