I cannot get enough of this chickpea tuna, it's the best of the best for an easy but SO delicious meal that can easily last a couple days. The instructions call for an optional addition of chopped dill pickles and seaweed, but I'll just say if you want to turn up the flavor profile, it's a MUST. I like to scoop this on top of the '4 Ingredient Artisan Bread' recipe below to create an open faced sandwich.
When ya girl says this is the easiest and best bread, she isn't lying. When we were going through the 'bread making' period of quarantine, this is all I made, I'm pretty much an artisan bread master now. Spice this up a little bit with rosemary, basil, zaatar, olives or whatever other yumminess you can find in your pantry. I promise you won't be disappointed. *Pro tip, if you are using olives or other jarred items, make sure they're drained entirely or use less water
This whipped coffee soothes my soul in the colder months, especially when I'm wrapped in my comforter not wanting to leave the house. The best part about this too is it contains ingredients most people already have in their homes and it makes for a great photo *double win*
These wraps are absolutely amazing and so easy. The best part about them too, is that you get left overs for days later. Prep is only about 45 minutes and you are able to store the extras easily in the fridge. My biggest suggestion is to add a little cinnamon to get into the fall spirit.
This French toast is perfect for a slow Sunday morning, the kind where you don't want to get out of your pajamas and would rather sit around and watch Friends reruns instead of run errands. I like to add a spoonful of cinnamon, 2 tablespoons of vanilla and use challah or very tick bread for extra deliciousness.
Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Creamy Honey Mustard Dressing
This is such a staple in my cooking. Not only is it easy to make, but it's fast and delicious. Everyone who I make it for, from my non-vegan friends to my veggie lovers, rave over it. A must for a large gathering or meal prep.
When the cold autumn months hit, you can always find butternut squash soup in my fridge. I like to add a little kick of spice to this one to warm my soul, with one jalapeño, a dash of cumin and a lot of hot paprika. Enjoy this body warming soup all fall and winter long.
If you're trying to make healthier alternatives, this is the one for you. These nachos are such a people pleaser and you'll keep going back for more. If you're seeking out ways to change up the average meal, start subbing one ingredient at a time for something with more nutritional value. In this case, chips for sweet potatoes.
This is such a great picnic or summer dinner meal. This salad is light, but oh so flavorful. The colors of this are a major plus too! This does take some time to put together, but is worth every minute. My recommendation is to make extra so you can put it away for multiple meals since it lasts 3-4 days refrigerated.
Do you ever feel like the burger alternatives aren't sufficient? This burger is fantastic and makes enough for a family BBQ. The prep isn't too timely and they don't fall apart, two huge thorns in making veggie burgers. Grill up and enjoy!