There is nothing like a warm mug of hot chocolate on a cold Winter day! So I like to make my own hot chocolate mix to have on hand. Most store bought ones contain dairy, but in this one I use coconut milk powder instead of milk powder to keep this one plant based. It is really delicious, and also good for gifting!
Looking for a quick and easy recipe that has sausage, coleslaw, veggies and rice? To add a little kick there is fresh ginger added that you will enjoy! This recipe takes 20 minutes tops to cook and then you can eat and relax.
Adapted and modified from Allrecipes.com
Tis the season for Christmas cookie baking! One of my favorites is always thumb print cookies. They are easy to make and so delicious! These ones are an almond butter cookie base with a raspberry pomegranate jam filling! They are festive, sweet and they happen to be vegan as well but you would never know by tasting them. These would make the perfect addition to your holiday cookie plate!
Green bean casserole is a holiday classic I enjoyed growing up so now as an adult, I make a veganized version! The original one used a can of cream of mushroom soup and green beans, but for mine I make my own mushroom sauce and use frozen green beans and I think it tastes even better! Plus it is gluten and dairy free!
Doesn’t cream of mushroom soup sound good now that the weather is colder? Try this tasty and easy cream of mushroom soup that will be a a heart warmer. Try a soup and sandwich combo or all by itself, either way it will be a hit. Enjoy!
Adapted from Allrecipes.com
This is a delicious, gluten-free onion topping for casseroles or even to top a hamburger. They are “oven fried” and are similar to the popular fried-onions-in-a-can that are often used in the traditional green been-bean casserole. This will be a great Thanksgiving meal addition. Enjoy!
Adapted from Allrecipes.com
Thanksgiving is coming up soon. Why not try a new and delicious way to prepare your turkey? This glazed turkey roast has a wonderful double mustard-brown sugar glaze that will make your turkey absolutely delicious. Happy Thanksgiving!
Adapted from BH&G November 2020
It can be nice to put out a cheese plate around the holidays, and if you don’t eat dairy you can still do so, thanks to all of the plant based cheeses available now, and being able to make your own! I like this vegan chevre because it is delicious, easy to make and festive! I like it served alongside crackers, with fruit or even crumbled over salads if you have leftovers!
Skip take out and make these easy and addictive Chicken Yakisoba noodles that are full of chicken and vegetables, and drenched in a sweet and tangy sauce!
Author: Adapted from Beth Moncel
If you are looking for a vegan main dish for Thanksgiving, this loaf would be a great option! I love plant based loaves filled with flavorful ingredients, especially when covered in a delicious gravy! This one has a mushroom gravy and it is perfect served with a side of mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes!