Here a five ways to use the common banana for your natural beauty!
This was enjoyed by everyone in my household! A new take on a traditional Greek recipe which children will eat. Instead of Feta the fullness of the dish comes from a Chickpea and Potato mash which is then combined with the spinach and flavourings.
This is a classic Indian soup (dahl) that works great for an easy meal served with brown rice and salad.
This is going to be a new feature on The Whole Food Vegan where I go through and share some of the best recipes that I’ve come across that week.
So here is to 2014 and to kick it off right, please let me present our first “Crumbs from the Net”
In the Gluten Free department this week we have a Flourless Chickpea Blondie that looks so delicious it’s hard to believe that there is no flour involved and it’s made with Chickpeas! – Ambitious Kitchen
Andrea’s Vegan Thai Apple Salad, offers some world flavour with a kick. Cut apples on a bed of lettuce with a dressing of lime and chili! – Andrea’s Easy Vegan Cooking
Many of you (including myself) may have made a New Year’s resolution to eat less sugar. This recipe helps you do that while also giving you a bit of chocolaty sweetness in the form of Fruit & Nut Bliss Balls – I Quit Sugar
For those of you who may still have a whee bit of a hangover from partaking in last night’s revelry, here’s a Hangover Smoothie Recipe! – Blend Happy
This is a simple to prepare and super healthy breakfast or snack. The first time I had Chia pudding I couldn’t believe how good it was and that there was no cooking involved. As a lover of puddings in general (tapioca etc) I was in heaven! This easy dish takes only a few minutes to get ready and then you can simply leave it for an hour or two or even overnight for breakfast the next morning for a tasted that literally melts in your mouth.
This Vegan Nutloaf is not only moist but light and not overly nutty. To create this recipe what I did was take two of my favourite loafs and combine them into one which turned out wonderfully. I find that plain lentil loafs are quite “bean” heavy and pure nutloafs are quite heavy period. This one however takes the best of both and makes a vegan loaf that can easily become a holiday (or anytime) fave and tradition. Continue reading “The Ultimate Vegan Lentil Nutloaf”
This a classic Indian dish made of potatoes, peas and tomatoes. Every time I make this I know to make extra because my kids always want more!