The creaminess of the sauce and filling contrast nicely with the slight crunch of the “noodles” in this low-fat, low-carb version of lasagna.
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Archive for the ‘Blog Recipe of the Week’ Category
This stew combines white beans, butternut squash, and kale with fresh basil for a hearty and flavorful one-pot meal.
Find out what happens when chickpeas and quinoa become a little too familiar. Plus a mouthwatering recipe for dry-spiced chickpeas combined with broccoli, carrots, and a lite tahini sauce.
Featured Blog Post: Asparagus season is here! Indulge in this delicious soup made creamy with cashews. Find the recipe on the blog.
Featured Blog Post: This easy Spanish rice makes a delicious burrito filling or side dish.
Blog Recipe of the Week: Adapted from Anna Thomas’ Love Soup, this rich and flavorful soup is hearty enough to be a satisfying main dish.
This week’s Blog recipe is a super-easy treat you can make in minutes in your microwave, Baked Apples, with either a raisin or blueberry filling.
Make your own vegan Irish sausages this St. Patrick’s Day, and add them to this delicious stew. It’s simple, home-style cooking but absolutely delicious–hot and filling and the very definition of “comfort food.”
Overflowing with potatoes, carrots, and cabbage, this hearty stew is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day or any day.
Here’s a blog recipe from 2008 that’s worth trying again. Potato Gatto is a layered potato casserole that can be adapted any number of ways.
- Portobello Mushroom Pizzas with HummusI’ve been enjoying my (sort of) new air fryer, but I haven’t been getting as creative with it as other people in my Facebook group have. I’ve done potatoes in fancy ways but mostly plain French fries and hash browns, tempeh bacon, asparagus, and, most successfully, tofu. After weeks of just “winging it,” I decided to... […]
- Go Fish (The Slow Miracle of My Yoga Practice)One of my favorite things about my yoga practice is the way it surprises me each morning during my time on the mat. I’ve written before about how that mat feels like a magic carpet ride at times, and the time I am about to tell you about is no exception. Yet instead of the […]