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  • 18 Vegan Thanksgiving Desserts
    18 Vegan Thanksgiving Desserts. Pumpkin Pie, Sweet Potato Pie Bars, Crumb Cakes, Chocolate Pie, Apple Cake, Crisp, Pecan Pie and more. Vegan Recipes Gluten-free options After the Portobello with garlic sauce or a shepherd’s pie, Try these Decadent Desserts or Snack portions for the Thanksgiving Weekend. Pies, Bars, Cakes, tarts and flan. Links for recipes below the pictures. Continue reading: 18 Vegan Thanksgiving DessertsThe post 18 Vegan Thanksgiving Desserts appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-20By Richa
    4 days ago
  • Flourless Snickerdoodles (Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo)
    Flourless Snickerdoodles that are vegan, gluten free and paleo approved!  This recipe is super simple to make and it only calls for a few ingredients.     I used cashew butter for my recipe, but you can use any nut butter you like.  If you need to make it nut free, you can use sunflower seed butter.   Want to make this recipe? Watch the video below.  For more recipes, you can subscribe to my You Tube Channel.   Looking for more cookie recipes? 3 Ingredient Thumbprint Cookies Almond Joy Cookies Chocolate Coconut Quinoa Cookies Coconut Pecan Cookies Flourless Snickerdoodles Flourless Snickerdoodles (Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo) print shopping list Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 12 mins Yields 12 cookies     adjust servings Ingredients 7-8 Medjool dates (soaked for 30 minutes) 1 cup cashew butter 1 tsp cinnamon 1 T cinnamon sugar (optional) ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-19By Melissa King
    4 days ago
  • Maple Dijon Vegan Cheese Ball
    This vegan cheese ball is made with creamy cashew cheese flavored with maple syrup and Dijon mustard, rolled up and covered with a crunchy pecan crust. I’ve wanted to do a vegan cheese ball (cheez ball?) post for a while. I thought it would be fun, as there’s lots you can do with cashew cheese. I was also sure I could create something at least as tasty as any dairy cheese ball. And well, I’m not going to lie, I just wanted to create a post with “cheese ball” in the title. I told my husband this and his response was “If I ate nothing but your cooking, you’d already have one of those in your life.” The fact that he would even say such a thing confirms the statement’s accuracy. Anyhow, I when it comes to spreadable cashew cheeses, I’ve gotten to the point where I simply open up the refrigerator and scan the door shelves for flavor inspiration. Last time I did this I spotted maple syrup and Dijon mustard. Perfect for a holiday vegan cheese ball. Maple and Dijon are plenty festive if you ask me. For the nut crust, which is a cheese ball essential, I went with pecans for their mild sweetness, which complimented my cheesy flavors perfectly. Maple Dijon Vegan Cheese Ball ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-19By Alissa Saenz
    4 days ago
  • Store-bought vegan holiday roast in the pressure cooker / Instant Pot / multicooker
    Here we are again! Just a few days from Thanksgiving – and then Christmas – and lots of people want to know: Can I make a frozen vegan holiday roast in my Instant Pot? (Or GoWISE pressure cooker or Fagor LUX or traditional stovetop pressure cooker?) Yes, you can! Here’s the recipe from 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® (available for pre-order NOW, here) and the first edition of Vegan Pressure Cooking Holiday Roast with Mashed Vegetables From Vegan Pressure Cooking by JL Fields. 1 to 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 4 cloves garlic (minced) 1 cup 160 g diced yellow onion 2 cups 260 g diced carrot 2 cups 220 g diced potato 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 vegan stuffed roast (1 pound, or 454 g, thawed (Field Roast, Gardein, and Tofurky make holiday roasts)) 3/4 to 1 cup 180 to 235 ml vegetable broth 1 tablespoon 15 ml almond milk 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon vegan butter (optional) In an uncovered pressure cooker, heat the oil on medium-high. Add the garlic and onion and sauté for 1 minute. Add the carrots, potatoes, and salt. Mix well. Place the thawed roast on top of the ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-19By JL Fields
    4 days ago
  • Last-Minute GF Vegan Holiday Recipes + My Plans
    Just in case you need a last-minute healthy side dish or dessert recipe for the big day, I’ve got you covered with today’s post! Most people have the main dish under control, but then might need a few extra side dishes, especially when Aunt Sue texts you the day before to let you know that she’s coming after all, along with your uncle and their two kids. And, just in case you didn’t know, your aunt is now gluten-free and vegan. Whah???? Again, no problem. You’re a pro, or at least you can pretend you are with these Last-Minute Gluten-Free & Vegan Holiday Recipes! Okay, so they might take more than a minute, but if you have at least a day’s notice up to 30 minutes notice, then you’ll be good. Easy-peasy gluten-free and vegan appetizers and drinks: 4-Ingredient Hummus Cinnamon Chickpea Crispies Coco Chop Fruit Salad Paprika Corn Crackers Sparkling Tart Cherry Mocktail World’s Easiest Guacamole Gluten-free, vegan salads and side dishes: 3-minute Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash Instant Pot Sweet Potato Mash Kale & Sweet Potato Bake Quinoa & Chickpea Salad Healthy desserts that everyone will love: Chocolate Pumpkin Brownies (from a mix)! Pumpkin Pie Bites Raw Strawberry Tart And, since the holidays always seem to end up being on the stressful side, here are a few healthy resources to keep you sane: ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-19By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    5 days ago
  • Weekend Reading, 11.19.20
    A couple weeks ago, a reader passed along Carrie Arnold’s insightful article into treatment of chronic, adult anorexia. It’s been a long time since any reading material about EDs has brought up so much emotion for me.One reason may be that much of what I read about anorexia is focused on teens and young adults. I was eleven when I became anorexic for the first time, which means that the disease and its relapses shaped my adolescence and early adulthood. With each passing year, it all feels farther away, and I suspect that part of this is because I’m growing older as I move further into recovery. I remember self-starvation less vividly, but I also remember being twenty less vividly, and in my case those memories are linked.This article is different: it describes the ongoing challenges that face adults who have had anorexia for a long time. Habits are all the more difficult to change simply because they’re so established. One physician is quoted saying, “The longer you have anorexia, the more anorexia creates physiological changes in the body and the brain that then create a self-sustaining cycle. You do it today because you did it yesterday, no longer because you decided to go on the Atkins diet when you were 15 or because you broke up with a boyfriend and you decided to lose weight. It’s ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-19By Gena
    5 days ago
  • Coffee-Cardamom Bread Pudding w/ Warm Mocha Sauce. Oil-free.
    Before we get into the comforting, seasonal recipe below – I wanted to let you know about a recent post I contributed to Healthline called Favorite Healthy Finds: An Unrefined Vegan’s... The post Coffee-Cardamom Bread Pudding w/ Warm Mocha Sauce. Oil-free. appeared first on an unrefined vegan. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-18By An Unrefined Vegan
    5 days ago
  • Episode 410: Sanctuary, A Radio Play Recorded Live in NYC!
    Welcome to the 410th episode of Our Hen House! We are so excited to share this with you! This week’s episode is the recording of our recent world-premiere performance of John Yunker’s radio play, Sanctuary, recorded live at NYC’s Symphony Space during the Compassion Arts and Culture & Animals Festival last month! Sanctuary tells the story of Richard and Lisa, a happily-married couple whose blissful retirement to a small town is upended when Lisa not only suddenly decides to go vegan, but offers their guest studio to her new animal-activist friend Meg and decides to celebrate Thanksgiving sans turkey. A blindsided Richard invites his unsuspecting pal Charley in the hopes of forcing Lisa to stick with the traditional meal. The resulting tensions soon push relationships over the edge. Equal parts poignant and humorous, the piece provides moments of genuine identification for anyone who has experienced the struggles and joys of navigating their vegan ethics around loved ones who might not quite understand. “When we think of animal-rights activism, we often think of protests,” says Yunker. “But equally vivid conflicts are taking place over dining room tables and in restaurants and at barbecues.” Sanctuary was written by playwright John Yunker, and this production was directed by John Frusciante. Live sound effects were provided by Eric Milano, with pre-recorded sound effects by Michael Harren. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-18By John Frusciante
    6 days ago
  • Caramel Apple Cheesecake Tart
    Friends, the holiday season is upon us and I’m so excited to offer up this easy plant-based dessert everyone will love and no one will suspect is dairy- or gluten-free. Let’s do this! The crust for this gorgeous 10-ingredient tart is a blend of rolled oats and almonds naturally sweetened with a hint of coconut sugar and maple syrup. Coconut oil adds moisture and allows the tart to crisp up in the oven beautifully. Caramel Apple Cheesecake Tart from Minimalist Baker → ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-18By Dana Shultz
    6 days ago
  • Ingredient Spotlight: Lotus Root
    The lotus plant is a beautiful sight with majestic blooms and unusual seedpods atop large leaves floating on ponds across Asia. Often depicted in paintings, the sacred plant has a symbolic significance in Hindu and Buddhist art and literature. The entire plant is edible, but the root that grows under the water is the most […] ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-18By Christine Leong
    6 days ago
  • Tasty and Easy Chickpea Flour Recipes and Tips
    Chickpea flour is a great alternative to grain flours, though it doesn’t “behave” like grain in the usual sense. It doesn’t rise and become fluffy like wheat flour, for example, but it’s wonderful for making pancakes, crepes, and vegan frittatas. Here’s a quick guide, followed by tasty and easy chickpea flour recipes for you to […] The post Tasty and Easy Chickpea Flour Recipes and Tips appeared first on VegKitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-17By Jordan St. Clair-Jackson
    6 days ago
  • Vegan Meringue Brownies
    Namely MarlyDelicious and elegant, you'll love these chocolatey, fudgy Vegan Meringue Brownies, made with a surprise, but delicious ingredient! We love this dense, chocolate brownie and it's perfect to showcase for your next holiday family dinner!This article first appeared on Namely Marly and is copyrighted © 2017  ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-17By Marly
    6 days ago
  • Savory Lentil Mushroom Vegan Hand Pies
    Layers of phyllo pastry are wrapped around a savory mix of lentils, mushrooms, walnuts and cranberries, and baked to golden, flaky perfection to make these scrumptious savory vegan hand pies. Is there just something about hand-held food? All the goodness is bundled and squeezed into a little hand-held package. Pie is delicious. Hand pie is at least equally delicious (or maybe more, because there’s more crust!), and it fits into the palm of your hand. I’ve covered the heck out of savory vegan pies before. (If you haven’t caught any of those recipes, find them here, here, and here.) So I decided it was time to switch things up a bit. It’s time for hand pies. And this is kind of perfect, because Thanksgiving is next week. So I designed my pies with Thanksgiving in mind. I’ll be honest: this time of year I have more recipe failures that any other. I think it’s all the planning. Whereas most of the year I wing it, day in, day out, and just kind of post whatever moves me on a particular day, once the holidays arrive I start to actually put a calendar together. After all, I’ve got a whole menu to cover. I posted a lasagna recipe a few weeks ago that could totally work as a Thanksgiving main dish, but I wanted ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-17By Alissa Saenz
    6 days ago
  • Does A2 Milk Carry Less Autism Risk?
    Published on 2017-11-17By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
    7 days ago
  • Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie – Mushroom Lentil Shepherdless Pie
    Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie – Mushroom and Lentil Shepherdless Pie with Gravy and Garlic mashed potatoes. Gluten-free Nut-free Recipe. Can be soy-free. Vegetarian Shepherds Pie. In my series of traditional and simple holiday favorites, the next dish is this Delicious Lentil Mushroom Shepherdless Pie. Garlic mashed Potatoes over mushrooms, onion, lentils, veggies mixed with a bit of gravy, baked, then served with more of my 1 Pot gravy!  The pie comes together quickly once you have your potatoes done and the veggies assembled. You can cook the lentils and potatoes in the Instant Pot with PIP(pot in pot method), see recipe notes, or in separate pots and make ahead. I like my pie on the wet side, use less or more of the gravy with the lentils to preference. Add seasonal veggies or other root vegetables. I love the garlic breadcrumb and herb topping from my chickpea sweet potato shepherd’s pie on this. It elevates the flavor to a whole new level. Lets get cooking. Continue reading: Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie – Mushroom Lentil Shepherdless PieThe post Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie – Mushroom Lentil Shepherdless Pie appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-17By Richa
    7 days ago
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