If you want a really chocolatey dessert (or snack) that makes you feel really healthy, this no-cook plant-based cocoa mousse my favorite pick right now. It’s based on chickpeas which provide so much nutritional goodness along with velvety creaminess. And the sweetness in this mousse is from dates—making it a no-sugar-added treat. The result is 100% yum.
I’m a big, BIG fan of Kung Pao tempeh or tofu; so, I figured why not spread the love by making Kung Pao Drizzle Sauce to transform practically anything into a kung pao inspired dish. It’s really easy to make. And it’s got wow-worthy taste!
I started making this vibrant sesame carrot salad when I had leftover carrot scraps from prep of my vegan carrot hot dogs. When I made it for others, they often told me it deserved a starring role, not just something to be served as an afterthought. I totally agree! So, here’s the official (yummy!) recipe. And don’t worry, you don’t need to make the vegan carrot hot dogs first … unless, of course, you want to!
If you’re looking for a special, scrumptious, or lazy Sunday entrée, this comforting, 100% plant-based veggie rigatoni bake is my answer. Set aside about an hour and enjoy every step of making (and indulging in!) this dish – it’s worth it!
You can have a bowl of cauliflower or you can have a BOWL of cauliflower! This caramelized roasted cauliflower with pomegranate glaze and lemony tahini sauce is the latter. It’s for when you want to make your meal a bit more special, a bit more flavorful, a bit more colorful, or all of the above. The recipe is full of middle eastern intrigue – as I love finding ways to incorporate my half Lebanese roots into my dishes.