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  • Win a GoWISE USA pressure and multicooker + Vegan Pressure Cooking (2nd edition)
    It’s day two of  three days of giveaways, a celebration of the publication date for the second edition of my book Vegan Pressure Cooking! Revised and expanded with 20 new recipes, it’s ideal for any type of pressure cooking: traditional stove top, electric pressure cookers and multicookers. As you may know after yesterday’s post – with a giveaway running for an electric Fagor LUX – we continue today with the gorgeous GoWISE 12-in-1 multicooker (and a copy of the new edition of Vegan Pressure Cooking).                 GoWISE has been an incredible supporter of my efforts to teach cooking classes all over the U.S. by sponsoring my 2017 The Vegan Air Fryer book tour and they have been equally supportive of Vegan Pressure Cooking, Revised and Expanded: More than 100 Delicious Grain, Bean, and One-Pot Recipes Using a Traditional or Electric Pressure Cooker or Instant Pot®! In fact, this weekend I’ll be using GoWISE airfryers and pressure cookers in Kansas City, Scottsdale, and Sedona! Enter to win a GoWISE below (and don’t forget that tomorrow is day three – the final day of three days of giveaways – and we’re giving away an Instant Pot)! Enter the day two giveaway now! a Rafflecopter giveaway The post Win a GoWISE USA pressure and multicooker + Vegan Pressure Cooking (2nd edition) appeared first on JL Goes Vegan. ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-19By JL Fields
    2 hours ago
  • The 12 Cookies of Christmas: Vegan Christmas Cookies (with dietary options)
      I’ve been thinking of my own version of The 12 Days of Christmas: On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…  Vegan Christmas Cookies! Yep, I’ll take 12 days of vegan christmas cookies over pipers piping and maids a milking. How about you? I thought so! These are my 12 top vegan christmas cookies, perfect for gifting, cookie exchanges, or just for you to enjoy. I offer the dietary labels for each, to help you identify cookies that are gluten-free, raw, nut-free, oil-free/plant-strong, and soy-free. So, let’s pull out our fancy holiday aprons and get baking! 1. “Snifferdoodles” Dietary: soy-free, nut-free Snifferdoodles, photo credit: Lightly spiced, but not as spicy as gingerbreads, these snickerdoodle cookies from LTEV are festive and loved by kids and adults alike. They have just the right amount of sweetness, and are very special for gifting. If you love the flavor of anise, try my Biscochitos variation in the recipe. 2.  Crazy Brownies Dietary: gluten-free, nut-free, oil-free As the name suggests… crazy. The ingredients look crazy, but combine into one heckuva brownie! You’ve juts gotta try them. #promise Crazy Brownies These brownies are incredible! They are fudgy and dense and sweet. Make them and see whether your family can even GUESS what’s in them! Ingredients (16 brownies) 1/2 cup kidney beans 1/2 cup pitted dates 1/3 ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Dreena
    5 hours ago
  • Nummy Brownie Bites (vegan, oil-free, gluten-free)
      Are there ever too many recipes for brownies? I don’t think so! I created these Nummy Brownie Bites to include in my PPF cookbook. I had two brownies planned for Plant-Powered Families. I had to make some content cuts, so sharing these Nummy Brownie Bites with you. You can thank me later. 😉 Nummy Brownie Bites These nummy brownie bites use almond meal and pulverized dates in the base. I know, not at all traditional! But, I promise, you won’t care once you taste them. They are a little crispy on the outside, then moist and chewy on the inside. Warning: The batter is incredibly irresistible! Since this recipe was intended for my new cookbook, credit for the food photos goes to Nicole Axworthy. Enjoy the recipe, guys! x Dreena Nummy Brownie Bites I’m a little in love with these brownie bites. They are a little crisp on the outside, and soft and moist and dense on the inside, like fudgy brownies. 1/2 cup pitted dates 1/3 cup pure maple syrup 2 tbsp almond butter or other butter of choice (cashew butter, peanut butter, etc) 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract 1 cup almond meal 1/2 cup oat flour 1/4 cup cocoa powder 1 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp rounded sea salt 2 tbsp raisins (optional) 2 ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Dreena
    5 hours ago
  • 5 Best Vegan Soup Recipes: Cozy Soups for Your Vegan Soul
      I’m often asked for my favorite or top vegan soup recipes. That’s tough, because I love a lot of soups. A hearty soup is my go-to meal. Always easy to pair with salad and bread, or brown rice or quinoa, maybe some bread with cashew cheese or topped off with avocado. For me, it’s really easy to make a fantastic meal around soup. So, I’ve selected some of my top vegan soup recipes. These are cozy, comfort-soup recipes. Of course, I have other soup recipes that I love, but narrowing it down to these five. Here we go! 1. Mellow Lentil Sniffle Soup: This is one of my most popular soups, so has to start the list of top vegan soup recipes! I hear from readers so often, how they love it, turning to it year after year through the fall and winter months. When you’re feeling under the weather, or you just want a piping hot bowl of nourishing soup with pleasing seasonings… this is your pick. Recipe also in Plant-Powered Families. “Sniffle” Soup Even if you don’t have the sniffles, this soup is altogether comforting and delicious–sure to be a favorite! Recipe from Plant-Powered Families by Dreena Burton. Serves 5-6. 1 1/2 tablespoons plus 3 1/2-4 cups water (divided) 1 1/2 cups diced onion ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Dreena
    5 hours ago
  • Vegan Cheesecake: Lemon-Lime Cheesecake with Fresh Mango Sauce
    What do you think of first when you hear “dessert”? Chocolate? Ice cream? Cake? … or … Cheesecake?! I used to love cheesecake, but wow I felt awful after eating it. With vegan cheesecake, it’s all pleasure! This vegan cheesecake recipe comes from LTEV. While many raw cheesecakes use coconut oil, this one doesn’t. This raw lemon-lime vegan cheesecake uses coconut butter, which is similar to nut butter – it is the whole coconut meat pureed into butter. It makes the magic in this recipe (and in many dessert recipes, imho). I discovered Artisana Coconut Butter about 9-10 years ago, and have loved it ever since. Slowly it has become more available in stores (I used to order it online), and slightly more affordable.  While it’s not inexpensive, it is worth the food dollar for special desserts like a vegan cheesecake! Also, you can make coconut butter at home with a good food processor or blender. See my tips in PPF for more on that. This vegan cheesecake has a beautiful citrus combination of lemon and lime, and it’s topped with a sweet, fresh mango sauce. Fully flavorful and luscious. For another vegan cheesecake recipe, see this post. Hope you enjoy! x Dreena Lemon-Lime Cheesecake with Fresh Mango Sauce Raw cheesecakes trump any tofu or soy cream cheese version. This ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Dreena
    5 hours ago
  • 45 Healthy Vegan Meals for Veganuary
    45 Healthy Vegan Meals for Veganuary or any time of the Year. Easy Vegan Meal Ideas. Weeknight Vegan/Vegetarian dinners. Many are 1 Pot. Gluten-free and Soy-free Options.  Late to veganuary, am I :). Anyhow, this is great collection of tried and loved meals from the blog. You can use these any month of the year for meal ideas and inspiration! What are your favorite meals to whip up on weeknights without much planning?Continue reading: 45 Healthy Vegan Meals for VeganuaryThe post 45 Healthy Vegan Meals for Veganuary appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Richa
    5 hours ago
  • Our Favorite Quick & Easy Weeknight Pasta, Vegan + Gluten-Free
    As much as I’ve always loved mac n’ cheese, I was never really a big pasta gal until I became pregnant with Baby V. Suddenly, I found myself craving pasta 6 nights a week, and since Ross has always loved pasta and tends to order it when we go out to restaurants, this worked out very […] The post Our Favorite Quick & Easy Weeknight Pasta, Vegan + Gluten-Free appeared first on The Colorful Kitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Ilene
    7 hours ago
  • Don’t Get Fleeced: Check out This Episode!
    Have you ever been "fleeced"? Have you ever "gone in search of the golden fleece" or "pulled the wool over someone's eyes"? Are your political opinion "dyed in the wool"? While I work on new episodes of Food for Thought, I wanted to let you know about a new episode of Animalogy in which I discuss the animal origins of these and more words and expressions from animals; i.e. Animalogies. ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Author & Speaker
    8 hours ago
  • Birthday Free For All
    As a closeted couponer, there are few things that give me more joy at the checkout line than seeing the bottom of my final total drop out after scanning a few little slips of paper. It’s not uncommon for fellow shoppers to crane their necks away from glowing smartphone screens, startled to see such impressive savings. Where does all this free money come from, and how can they get in on the game? Daily grocery shopping is nothing compared to the embarrassment of riches one can collect on their birthday. Planned out properly, you could eat for free for weeks, if not your whole birthday month! Plenty of roundups exist online, but few, if any, take veganism into consideration. After posting about all my loot on Instagram a few years in a row, I’ve decided to lay out the spoils of my plunder in one post for easy future reference. These options include smaller stores that have only a few outposts located on the west coast, and larger chains that you may or may not wish to endorse based on ethics, so your mileage may vary. Many more independent local shops will likely offer discounts if you just ask, so whenever you’re out shopping, don’t be afraid to mention it! Starbucks: Sign up for Starbucks Rewards and get a free drink or prepared food ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    9 hours ago
  • Cranberry Walnut Make-ahead Breakfast Casserole
    Having family and friends over has got to be simultaneously one of the best and one of the most challenging parts of the holiday season. I love the dinners and parties and potlucks, but when you’ve got overnight guests feeding everyone breakfast can be a bit of a challenge. The solution? Make ahead breakfast casserole! […] ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Katie Trant
    14 hours ago
  • Vegan Creamy Cauliflower Wild Rice Soup
    This vegan creamy cauliflower wild rice soup is brimming with good-for-you ingredients yet you’d never know it based on taste. Its savory, rich, and oh-so-creamy base is made with a combination of  nourishing cauliflower-cashew cream and vegetable broth.  This soup has quickly taken hold as one of my all-time favorites. It’s rich, buttery, and comforting... Vegan Creamy Cauliflower Wild Rice Soup by Ashley of Blissful Basil ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-18By Ashley
    16 hours ago
  • Baked Raspberry Coconut Oatmeal
    Rolled oats + sweet raspberries + crunchy pecans + sweet cinnamon + coconut flakes + vanilla ghee = a simple and cozy breakfast to kickstart the day. ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-17
    1 day ago
  • Miyoko’s Kitchen Debuts Three Vegan Pub Cheeses
    Published on 2018-01-17
    1 day ago
  • Buffalo Chickpea Quinoa Burgers
    These spicy vegan Buffalo burgers are made with a hearty mix of chickpeas and quinoa that’s spiked with kicky Buffalo sauce. I was treated to a massage earlier this month for my birthday. It was awesome. During the course of the massage, the conversation turned to food, so I told my therapist about the blog. He seemed interested, and when I asked if he was a vegetarian himself, he told me that he had been, but gave it up because he just missed buffalo burgers too much. It’s a good thing I was in a massage stupor and maybe starting to doze at that point, because had I responded, I would have enthusiastically informed him that I could make an amazing vegan Buffalo burger. Buffalo sauce goes with everything…duh. Anyhow, I went home determined to create an amazing vegan Buffalo burger. I Googled “Buffalo burger” just to make sure there wasn’t any special ingredient that I was missing. There was…buffalo meat. I have no clue how to veganize buffalo meat. I don’t think I was aware that buffalo meat was even a thing. That’s okay though. While I do occasionally succumb to suggestions to adapt some off-the-wall meat based dishes, in this case I’m perfectly happy to go the Buffalo sauce route, because Buffalo sauce is damn tasty stuff. It just ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-17By Alissa Saenz
    2 days ago
  • Roasted Carrot and Dill Hummus
    I just checked the version history of my Roasted Carrot and Dill Hummus Google Doc and realized that I first tested this hummus recipe on January 10, 2015. What the heck? THREE years ago?! #hellotimewarp Better late than never, I say…although I know a few people who are likely baffled by its turtle-paced cross to the finish line!  My kiddos are hummus fiends (they’ll actually eat it by the spoonful…I have no idea who they got that habit from…), and they gobbled up this roasted carrot version in no time. I like knowing that it’s packing a couple extra veggies—what’s not to love about a sneaky vitamin boost?  I know what you’re thinking: Ange, is this hummus really worth roasting carrots for? I agree, it’s sort of a big ask for a hummus recipe, but every time I make this version I’m reminded how much I LOVE the flavour combo. The smoky charred carrots just give it that little something-something…not to mention a bit of sweet creamy-dreamy-ness (technical term) alongside a hint of dill—so bright and fresh! A couple fun tricks: Since I’m already roasting carrots for the recipe, I like to add a few extras along with some other veggies, like broccoli, for dipping into the hummus or layering in a wrap. So throw whatever veggies you have onto the ... read more
    Published on 2018-01-17By Angela (Oh She Glows)
    2 days ago
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