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  • Sugar-Free Raspberry Hot Cocoa
    If you’re looking for the perfect, warming beverage for cool, winter nights, look no further than this dairy-free, sugar-free Raspberry Hot Cocoa! This recipe is made rich and luscious with whole-food ingredients, and low-glycemic sweeteners. I’ve got to... Read MoreThe post Sugar-Free Raspberry Hot Cocoa appeared first on Vegan Yack Attack. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-14By Jackie @ Vegan Yack Attack!
    5 hours ago
  • Easy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
    Sometimes you need Cinnamon Rolls. AmiRight? Sometimes you need to pop a prepped-the-night-before recipe in the oven, and have bakery bliss in about thirty minutes. Sometimes you need decadent and cozy. Sometimes you need velvety cream cheese frosting and sticky brown sugar and cinnamon filling. And fluffy spirals. And vanilla bean aromas. Sometimes you need Cinnamon Rolls. And Christmastime is kinda the b e s t time for all that. So today I am sharing my easy, vegan Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls, which is based on one of my vintage recipes, Pumpkin-Pecan Cinnamon Rolls. I have always loved that recipe, but this version is updated to be simpler. I also share 1) a video for this recipe and 2) ten happy holiday faves. Hope you can wake up one morning this month to the aroma of t h e s e... This is a summary, images and full post available on HHL website! ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Kathy
    10 hours ago
  • Clean Eating Kitchen Gift Guide + Blendtec Giveaway (!!!)
    Discover unique and practical gifts for the clean eating kitchen. I hope this guide might inspire something for the health-minded friends and family members in your life. Or, maybe something for yourself?  I’m a self-described sucker for all sorts of kitchen appliances, mostly because I love finding products that make clean eating easier and more efficient. I think I found some good ones to share this year, so I’m including a little description plus links to make your shopping easier. Enjoy and let me know what I missed! To make this gift guide even more special, my friends at Blendtec have offered to gift one lucky reader a Blendtec Designer 725 high-speed blender worth $750!!! Wow, this is really a dream come true to be able to offer such a wonderful appliance. You’ve probably heard me talk ad nauseam about how much I love my Blendtec. This giveaway is open to friends in both the USA AND Canada; find the entry link at the bottom of this post.  Here are my top picks for my Clean Eating Gift Guide (clockwise, starting from the top left; some affiliates links included): Excalibur dehydrator with a auto shut-off timer. I have tried two different brands of dehydrators over the years, and the Excalibur is the ultimate choice for efficiency and price. Dehydrators are really fun for both sweet and ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    11 hours ago
  • Potato Sweet Potato Latkes
    Easy Vegan Latkes. Potato & Sweet Potato Latkes. Panfried crispy latke fritters for Hanukkah. Vegan Gluten-free soy-free Nut-free Recipe.  The year is slipping by. Just a few weeks to go before we hit 2018. Its been one hectic year so far. Book work, Chewie being sick (he is doing much better now, almost his normal self, demanding and barky self). And I have been playing catch up with posts on the blog.  Lets get to these simple latkes before the season passes us by. Potatoes, onions and sweet potatoes are shredded and mixed with starch, salt and pepper, then pan fried until crisp. You can also deep fry these. The key is time and patience. Burnt potato doe not taste good. Golden is bliss. Make thin latkes and let them cook through. Serve with applesaucce, vegan sour cream or other toppings of choice. Continue reading: Potato Sweet Potato LatkesThe post Potato Sweet Potato Latkes appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Richa
    13 hours ago
  • Easy Vegan Ep 113: Paul Shapiro on Clean Meat
    This week on Episode 113 of Easy Vegan: What exactly is cellular agriculture? Is clean meat GMO? Is it even vegan? Paul Shapiro, the author of Clean Meat, answers your questions! Also available on iTunes and Stitcher Love Easy Vegan? Become a Patron! SYNDICATION AVAILABLE Bring Easy Vegan with JL Fields to your community’s airwaves! Free licensing is available via Public Radio Exchange ( The post Easy Vegan Ep 113: Paul Shapiro on Clean Meat appeared first on JL Goes Vegan. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By JL Fields
    14 hours ago
  • P.S. Kitchen in NYC: Plant-Based Dining for a Cause
    There are a number of great upscale vegan restaurants in New York City, but the newest one has a mission that goes beyond creating converts to plant-based fare with sophisticated fare. P.S. Kitchen (246 W. 48th Street in Manhattan), which opened in the summer 2017, offers an exciting, sophisticated plant-based menu in a beautiful bi-level […] The post P.S. Kitchen in NYC: Plant-Based Dining for a Cause appeared first on VegKitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Nava
    17 hours ago
  • Cookie Butter Chocolate Chunk Blondies
    Sweet, cinnamony cookie butter and dark chocolate chunks come together to create these decadent vegan cookie butter blondies. “What is this?” “Don’t go near that. That is some messed up stuff. Cookie butter.” “Wait…what? Cookie butter? Why would you buy us some messed up stuff?” That would be the exchange between my husband and I after he discovered our first ever jar of cookie butter in the pantry. If you aren’t familiar with cookie butter, I’d imagine you are having a similar reaction right now. Totally justifiable. Have you guys tried cookie butter? Have you heard of it? I’m still grappling with the fact that this stuff actually exists. My first cookie butter experience started at Trader Joe’s. I don’t know what kind of mood I must have been in on that day, but when I saw a jar labeled “Cookie Butter” on the shelf, I grabbed it. Upon first inspection I noted that it was made in the Netherlands. Of course. I should have known. A few years ago at this time I was in the Netherlands for work. I wasn’t eating cookie butter, but do you know what I was eating? Chocolate sprinkles for breakfast. The breakfast bar at my hotel had at least five different varieties of chocolate sprinkles to put on your toast. So, of course you can count ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Alissa Saenz
    18 hours ago
  • Happy Holidays! How are you Celebrating?
    There are so many reasons to celebrate this time of year and I’m always so interested in hearing about particular traditions people have for the holidays that are unique and festive. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Alicia Silverstone
    21 hours ago
  • The Risks of Oil Pulling
    Published on 2017-12-13By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
    21 hours ago
  • Wordless Wednesday: Would the Real Santa Claus Please Stand Up?
    Published on 2017-12-13By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    21 hours ago
  • Vegan Hasselback Potatoes (Oil-Free)
    Vegan Hasselback potatoes, a delicious vegan, gluten-free and oil-free side dish or appetizer, which is also so healthy and super easy to make. Potatoes are one of my all-time favorite foods, so I always make a side dish using them for Christmas dinner. This year I’m going to prepare this one. I had this recipe in my to-do list for a long time, but as the traditional one is pretty greasy (it’s made with butter, vegan butter or oil), I haven’t tried it before. Continue reading Vegan Hasselback Potatoes (Oil-Free) at Simple Vegan Blog. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Iosune
    23 hours ago
  • Sugar and Spice Cookies
    My Mom’s Sugar and Spice Cookies are my favorite cookies in the world….and now they’re completely vegan! Originally posted on December 5th, 2012 Childhood Memories My Mom’s Sugar and Spice Cookies are some of my very favorite cookies in the world. My mom used to make them for us every Valentine’s Day, and most Christmases... Read More » The post Sugar and Spice Cookies appeared first on Fried Dandelions. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Sarah
    1 day ago
  • Hearty Protein Rich Portobello Wellingtons
    Hearty Protein Rich Portobello Wellingtons – these individual entrees are plant based fancy! crisp pastry surrounds rich and savory goodness.   I have been making these for years. I call them Portobellingtons. This savory stuffed portobello wrapped in flaky pastry is my favorite holiday entree. Holiday or not, though – these make a great comfort... Read More » The post Hearty Protein Rich Portobello Wellingtons appeared first on spabettie. ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-13By Kristina Sloggett
    1 day ago
  • 5-Ingredient Vegan Dark Chocolate Bars
    Friends! You probably know this by now, but I have a thing for chocolate (e.g. Chocolate Pancakes, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Brownies, Chocolate Energy Bites, Chocolate Cake). The obsession is real. I’ve even shared how to make vegan chocolate before! But I couldn’t help but share my most recent obsession: my go-to dark chocolate recipe when cravings hit. Let’s make chocolate! This 5-ingredient recipe is very similar to the coating for my Tahini-Stuffed Dates (a.k.a. 5-Ingredient Vegan Dark Chocolate Bars from Minimalist Baker → ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-12By Dana Shultz
    2 days ago
  • One Pot Turmeric Rice, Beans & Greens
    Is anyone else ready for a simple pot of rice and beans? I know I am, not just as a counterpart to more festive and celebratory holiday fare, but also because this is the food I crave when I’m busy, stressed, distracted, whatever. (Come to think of it, I crave this food all the time, but especially when I need grounding.) I make a lot of rice and bean dinners, but lately I thought to use my turmeric rice recipe as the base. This one pot turmeric rice, beans & greens dinner is the happy result. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s quick, nutritious, and good, and that’s more than enough for me.Turmeric rice has become a bit of a staple around here, a dish I make for bowls, burritos, and a lot more. As it turns out, the rice works as nicely in a cohesive dish as it does as a side or a component of a meal. I changed the recipe slightly here: the onions are thinly sliced and caramelized, rather than chopped and sautéed, which adds a little more flavor to the dish. I increased some of the spices in order to flavor the beans and greens as well as the rice. And I finished the dish with both lemon and lime juice, so it’s a little more tart than my original recipe.Once ... read more
    Published on 2017-12-12By Gena
    2 days ago
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