Onion rings are an American classic that just cannot be passed up. These take a new twist on the classic and still leave you extremely satisfied and hands oily after! Yum.
Source: Baked Corn Flake Onion Rings [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Who doesn’t love a crispy, crunchy corn fritter? You will want to eat as many of these as you can get your hands on.
Source: Jalapeño and Corn Fritters [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Skip the red velvet cake and make these healthier red velvet brownies instead. If you have a can of chickpeas, you’re already halfway there!
Source: Red Velvet Beet Brownies With Aquafaba Vanilla Cashew Cream Frosting [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
If your family is new to Indian cooking, this is a great starter recipe. The flavors are mild, and the sweet and savory combination is popular with taste buds of all ages.
Source: Oil-Free Sweet Potato Basmati Brown Rice Casserole [Vegan]
Crisp, flavorful, and packed with bold flavor and wholesome ingredients in each bite!
Source: Indian-Spiced Chickpea and Vegetable Cakes [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Briam is easy to make, inexpensive, and a very healthy yet delicious dish for you to try. Serve it with some grilled seitan or tofu and your summer BBQ is all set.
Source: Briam: Greek Oven-Baked Roasted, Herbed Vegetables [Vegan, Grain-Free]
We know… patatas bravas is normally a fried potato dish. This is a spin on the heavy, fried, unhealthy classic version. This recipe is fresher and brighter yet just as satisfying!
Source: Ensalada con Patatas Bravas: Spanish Potato Salad [Vegan, Grain-Free]
Well now, this is neat! U.S.-based vegan start-up, Canvas is planning to launch their first barley milk beverage product in Fall of 2017 and here’s the kicker: the company is making dairy-fre…
Source: This Startup is Turning Beer Waste Into Plant-Based Milk!
Who said oatmeal has to be sweet? You can adapt this savory recipe to suit your palate and swap in different salsas or pasta sauces when you crave a change.
Source: Savory Oatmeal – Plant-Based Vegan Recipe
When I ask my patients what their downfall is, they unanimously blame carbs. However, the vast majority of their calories are coming from fat and protein.
Source: Obesity: It’s Not About the Carbs