How to get a basket of warm, salty, fresh french fries at home without a deep fryer
Once you customize an in-house ketchup recipe perfectly matched to your taste, you’ll never go back to the squeeze bottle
This raw vegan treat uses a date crust and creamy coconut filling for a perfect dessert that won’t heat your entire apartment
This vegan chocolate pudding is SO delicious and so easy you’ll want to make it all the time. It’s also a perfect make-ahead dessert option!
This butternut squash hummus is made with roasted butternut squash to pack in the flavor! It’s creamy and smooth and it makes the perfect dip!
Quick and easy vegan overnight oats with chia seeds and almond butter! Simple recipe for a healthy, nutritious and delicious breakfast.
This vegan malva pudding is rich, sticky, caramely and saucy! It’s totally divine served warm with vegan whipped cream or ice cream.
These bakery-style vegan chocolate muffins have a gorgeous domed top and are ultra moist and decadent and packed with chocolate chips and chocolate chunks!
This vegan caramel pie is a fabulous mix of salty and sweet with a salty pretzel crust, a smooth caramel center and a vegan whipped cream topping!
This baked tofu is the best ever. It’s super crispy and super delicious, easy to make and perfect for a high protein meal.
This delicious red lentil dal is high in protein, perfectly spiced and highly flavorful. It’s also ready in 30 minutes, perfect for easy weeknight meals.
For the longest time, I thought crepes were a restaurant-only meal. The idea of forming those super-thin wraps was completely overwhelming, and for some reason, I thought the ingredients list would be filled with unfamiliar things. Then, I learned that crepes are as easy to make as pancake batter. I started making them almost every weekend for breakfast (and using the leftovers for dessert) using this dairy-free crepes recipe. You can certainly use milk in your crepe batter. In fact, that’s a pretty traditional way to make them! But I actually don’t really miss the milk at all in this recipe. In fact, sometimes I make these dairy-free crepes even if I’m not following a dairy-free diet! In addition to being calorie-free, water is lighter in general. That makes these crepes super fluffy without weighing you down. As a bonus, water is also more easily digestible to your body than dairy products.
Growing up, peach cobbler meant one thing and one thing only: camping. Every August, my whole family took a good old fashioned camping trip. Complete with tents, roasted marshmallows, fire pits, and lake swims, it was our annual grand farewell to summer. And it was never complete without my uncle’s peach cobbler. Made over the fire pit in a cast-iron Dutch oven, our go-to camping dessert put s’mores to shame. It’s been years since our last camping trip, and although I still hold fond memories of those last hurrahs of summer, I’ve started to wonder if I could appreciate them the same way now. Part of me thinks I would just spend the whole time worrying about my phone dying. My apologies to the limitless wonders of the great outdoors, but Twitter comes first.