I've been on a big crepe binge recently. I don't know how it started, but suddenly I decided I would like to make crepes more. Of course, I wanted them to be vegan. I also try to eat gluten free as much as I can, so this was another requirement. Well, turns out crepes are … Continue reading Vegan Savory Crepes
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 … Continue reading Quinoa Bowl with Sweet Potato and Kale
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 … Continue reading Portobello Mushroom Tacos with Garlic Roasted Cauliflower
This dish came about because I had eaten all my lunch meals for the week early, as I ended up eating the same thing for lunch and dinner two days in row. When I came home on Wednesday night, I realized I didn't have any lunches to bring to work with me for Thursday and … Continue reading Quinoa with Broccoli and Butternut Squash
Yes, it's me with another quinoa dish, I just can't stop! Once I find a mixture or base dish that I really love, e.g. quinoa and sauteed mushrooms/onions, then building from that makes it so much easier. Of course, if you don't like mushrooms (or onions), you can always substitute for something else. The addition … Continue reading Quinoa, Sauteed Veggies and Walnuts
It's still asparagus season, which means I'm still finding ways to incorporate it into my diet. One of the best tips for eating healthy, local, and organic is to eat seasonal foods. If you are a co-op or CSA member, you will get seasonal vegetables and fruit from your local farmer. This means weeks of … Continue reading Quinoa, Baba Ganoush and Lemon Roasted Asparagus
Well, here we are again...another mushroom recipe! And yes, similar to my Potato Vegan Tacos, and yes, also similar to my Quinoa and Sauteed Mushrooms recipe. What can I say, I love mushrooms and I love kale! Call this one a hybrid between the two. Let's talk for a moment about shiitake mushrooms. Mushrooms in … Continue reading Shiitake Mushroom, Kale and Red Potato Bowl
I love portobello mushrooms, but I could never figure out an easy, tasty way to cook them. I've sauteed and grilled in the past and used red wine, but I always thought that there must be some better way. Enter tamari sauce and coconut oil! Wow! Grilling these with just two ingredients made all the … Continue reading Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms with Chickpea Basil Pesto
This is a really easy and versatile recipe. This can be used as side dish, for stuff other vegetables like sweet peppers or potatoes, or you can use this as a full meal to make at the beginning of the week, that you can take everywhere with you! There is minimal cooking, as you must … Continue reading Simple Southwestern Quinoa Salad!
I have been purchasing seasonal mushrooms at my local Farmer's Market, and I recently got another batch of oyster mushrooms, which I really love making recipes with. I had great success with my Oyster Mushroom Vegan Burrito recipe, so I thought I would try another one! This recipe is quite simple to make, and really tasty. … Continue reading Oyster Mushroom and Brussels Sprout Pasta – Gluten Free!