These waffles are completely fat free, grain free, nut free, bean free, soy free, and vegan! They make the perfect substitute for bread or toast and are extremely easy to customize with any toppings or sandwich ingredients you love. If you’re making this for one or two people you can halve the recipe easily. We fly through these waffles so for us, the bigger batch size is better.
This pot roast is a wonderful winter meal. It’s comforting and warming and it will make your whole kitchen smell divine. I loved eating pot roast growing up and this is a really nostalgic meal for me. I hope this dish can be one that comforts and sustains your family all winter long!
This simple vegan mushroom jerky packs a whole lot of flavor into each bite. I love that it only involves a few easy ingredients and comes together with just a few minutes of effort. You might want to double the batch, around here it disappears quickly!
This Alfredo sauce is a clean, creamy, indulgence that will have you licking the plate. Not that I would know… It’s seriously so good and the crazy silky texture it gets from the cauliflower is just insane. Don’t miss this, friends.
This pot pie is hearty, creamy, and so delicious. It’s the perfect meal for winter celebrations and is definitely a crowd pleaser, not to mention it’s grain free! Try it out for your next family get together this season!
It isn’t easy cooking for a family and sometimes making dinner feels really overwhelming. Just the act of chopping vegetables can feel like it is too much! Instead of turning to take out or other less ideal options, give this incredibly simple curry recipe a try. It’s made only from things that you can find in your pantry and freezer, it’s all made in one pot and it only takes 20 minutes from start to finish. Plus (big plus) your kitchen will still be sparkling clean when you’re done!
This curry is great for those of you trying to stay on a cleanse with many mouths to feed. It is just as delicious fat free and raw as it is cooked with a little coconut milk added. I recommend making a double batch and storing it in your fridge! I know you’ll be going back for more! For this recipe, you’ll need some raw sriracha sauce. Grab the recipe for that here.
You know those nights where you just can’t be bothered to cook something fancy for dinner? And by fancy, I mean anything more than like a vegetable? I had one of those nights last night. I told myself I would just slice the lingering root vegetables into huge pieces, roast them, throw them on a plate and that would be dinner. But by the time I added garlic and herbs, they looked so beautiful that it didn’t seem like a lazy dinner at all anymore (even though it totally was). My family ate huge piles of these veggies for dinner topped with avocado. I ate them wrapped up in butter lettuce which was really delicious. I hope you enjoy this easy, flexible recipe all winter long.