I imagine you’re soon going to have a lot of hearty, comforting foods on hand like mashed potatoes and stuffing and lots and lots of pie! With Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought I’d share with you a recipe that is light and full of veggies – the opposite of what you’ll be eating next week. Despite how fresh these Tofu Veggie Buddha Bowls are, they’re also
Grab a bowl and spoon – it’s the beginning of soup season! Here in Florida, we aren’t experiencing chilly fall weather, but we are experiencing lots and lots of dreary, rainy days. September is peak hurricane season, after all. Whether it’s chilly or rainy where you are, I have a soup that’s going to delight your taste buds! This Plant-Based Broccoli “Cheese” Soup is roughly based on
Fresh produce is abundant right now and that has inspired me to create a spring salad filled with green veggies like asparagus, baby broccoli, basil, mint, snap peas, and spring greens. The secret to taking an all-green salad like this a step above is to create homemade “croutons” using tofu. Plus, a homemade dressing gives it even more
Loaded baked potatoes are often heavy (hence the name loaded!) and full of things like cheese, sour cream, and bacon. Not these Plant-Based Loaded Baked Potatoes! No, ma’am. These are full of veggie toppings, including a
This Bison & Broccoli Skillet recipe is a simple, hearty dinner made with gluten-free and Paleo-friendly ingredients.
Flank steak is an excellent cut of meat to use for marinades. It’s often used for fajitas, London broils, and stir fry recipes. In my opinion, flank steak works best in a stir fry if you marinate it first, like I did in these Ponzu Stir Fry Bowls. This is because the cooking process is so quick in a stir fry, so the marinating process beforehand lets the meat get more