This insanely delicious and insanely easy weeknight-friendly meal is totally vegan, gluten-free, and easy to toss together in a snap. It’s a Vegan Spiced Cauliflower and Lentil Soup and it’s my new obsession. The soup is almost like a stew. but still feels light with the cauliflower in there. The spices go beautifully with the cauliflower and the lentils which pack the recipe with protein.
Easy vegan and grain-free NO BAKE cold season dessert: pumpkin spice and chocolate-stuffed dates! My tastes have changed a bit since I was a kid. I still have a sweet tooth, but am now about the whole REAL food. Made these the other day and they were a dream! The best part is that they’re ridiculously delicious and are the easiest thing to put together. It’s just 4 ingredients and requires zero prep or baking.
There’s honestly nothing better to pair with the crisp air than this easy keto, paleo, and dairy-free roasted butternut squash soup. It’s made with bone broth, but can also be done with veggie broth to make it vegan. I added the bone broth for extra protein and collagen, both of which have made a huge difference in my healthy.
Getting tired of the same tomato based sauces? Look no further. This vegan and paleo-friendly, creamy roasted red pepper sauce is an easy alternative that will be sure to prove itself delicious. Low key my new favorite dish. I made this in under 20 minutes last night and devoured it in about 5. The broiled and slightly charred red peppers give the sauce a fantastic smoky flavor that goes great over chickpea pasta. I then topped my dish with some mushrooms and kale sautéed in avocado oil. This creamy sauce is robust, delicious and made from healthy veggies.
Rachel Connors also known as Bakerita (@bakeritablog), a health and wellness blogger “looks at balance as indulging in the things you’re craving, but having the healthier ‘version’. Rachel has been blogging since she was sixteen, and personally knows that health is a journey. One that begins by increasing your knowledge about nutrition and figuring out what works well for your own self, whether that be gluten-free, vegan, or just generally including more whole food options into your diet.
Rainbow sweet potato breakfast bowl, you are welcome in my morning anytime! The foods we eat, the products we put on our skin, the thoughts we think - all influence our total health. I love starting my day with plants and making an easy vegan bowl for breakfast. This one has to be a new favorite.
Ramen can absolutely be magical! This noodle bowl is made from a rich, thick broth base using curry powder, light coconut milk, and a touch of turmeric with a little water. I added some of my favorite greens including sautéed kale and green onions along with sesame seeds, marinated tofu and watermelon radishes. This dish is so satisfying and surprisingly simple. Can’t wait for you to create it!
This pesto is nourishing and flavorful because of the organic and fresh ingredients I used including fresh basil from my herb garden and a choice selection of olive oil.
I believe there is not a one-size-fits-all when it comes to our diet and how we eat. I’ve realized I’m over food dogma and more strongly believe that if YOU know what works best for your overall health, happiness and wellbeing then who’s to say otherwise? I’ve decided to begin incorporating meat-based proteins and eggs back into my diet and it’s been one of the best decisions I’ve made!