The famous Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana soup was always a favorite of mine–mainly because it’s rich, hearty, and just delicious. I was feeling super inspired on a cold, winter day and decided to make my own vegan version. It turned out amazing! Check out the recipe here: VEGAN ZUPPA TOSCANA 1/2 bag lentils (rinsed and […]Read more "Vegan Zuppa Toscana (Inspired by Olive Garden)"
I know what you’re thinking…What is this sorcery?? How do I get jackfruit to resemble, and TASTE LIKE pulled pork? Well, it’s definitely possible, and it’s absolutely delicious. The recipe I created is inspired by one of my favorite bloggers, Minimalist Baker. Her original recipe was for BBQ jackfruit sandwiches, but […]Read more "Hawaiian BBQ Pulled Jackfruit + Macaroni Salad"
Alright, let’s talk Chinese food. There is nothing more heavenly than some fluffy white rice, and a nice flavorful sauce with a hint of heat. One of my favorite dishes of all time was General Tso Chicken, and for such a long time, I had always wanted to try making something similar that was vegan. […]Read more "Recipe: Kung Pao Tofu"
I’ve always been a huge fan of Mediterranean-style food, but never really had the chance to try making it on my own! When thinking of making a vegan version, it didn’t take me long to decide that I wanted to try making my own falafel. Falafel is generally made of chickpeas (or garbanzo beans if […]Read more "Recipe: Falafel Pita Pockets + Vegan Tzatziki"
Alright, I’ll admit that vegan mac n cheese was always something that I refused to believe could actually taste good. Many recipes that I came across contained cashew cream (raw cashews blended with almond milk or something of the sort). I haven’t really been a fan of cashew cream after I tried making green bean […]Read more "Recipe: Vegan Mac n Cheese"