These roasted no-beans plant-based burgers are the result of a friend’s request. (Yep, just ask and I create!) She can’t eat beans or gluten and hadn’t yet found a tasty, “real veggie,” veggie burger that she could eat. So, I created this recipe for her … and all the rest of us (even if we do eat beans and gluten)!
When you don’t want to be confined to a bowl, create a platter, like my plant-based splatter platter. I call it “splatter platter” because of the style in which you make it—especially when it comes to splattering with the dressing. So artsy, right?!
Whipping up this 100 percent plant-based mac and cheese and veggies recipe means that you don’t need to give up mac-n-cheese scrumptiousness when you’re craving a bowl of vegan-style comfort! In fact, you might enjoy this twist on it more. I do!
If you don’t already have a favorite fattoush salad, you need this fattoush with heirloom tomatoes in your life. It’s fresh, vibrant, and even fun. And for me, it’s quite comforting. I know, I know! Leafy salads aren’t usually thought of as comforting. But it is for me since fattoush is the first salad I ate as a child. And it’s the only one I actually liked until I was a teen and started to experiment with “diet” salads. (Yikes!)
When you’d like scrambled eggs but you don’t have eggs or don’t actually eat them, you need to try these plant-based chickpea eggs. While they look like scrambled eggs, they’re totally vegan. Plus, they’re more flavorful and filling than the regular kind!