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These Hawaiian Baked Beans are sweetened with pineapple, maple syrup, and dates for a delicious vegan side dish that is low in sugar and ketchup-free.
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Find this easy soup on the blog: Simple Instant Pot Black Bean Soup
This bulgur recipe is flexible since you can modify the ingredients and their measurements to suit your taste.
Inspired by a sassy Southern romance novel, this casserole is sinfully good, yet deliciously healthy.
You’ll never guess the secret ingredient in this creamy, dreamy chocolate frosting!
The options out in the world for plain, unsweetened soy yogurt are slim. And if you can find it, it’s usually pretty expensive. Luckily it’s easy to make at home.
This vegan tuna salad is one of our go to meals when we are feeling super hungry but don’t want to cook.
This vegan Mac & Cheeze is incredible – It is creamy, smoky, and delicious. No nuts in this recipe, and all of its deliciousness is derived from plant power! The baked acorn squash bowl makes this a complete meal and a fun presentation!
Besides being insanely tasty, this soup is incredibly easy to make. It’s also super healthy since with no added oil it’s extremely low in fat.
Horchata is a traditional Mexican beverage made with homemade rice milk, cinnamon and sweeteners. I’ve taken liberties with it here by adding in oats and almonds. It’s amazing served over ice.
My mom has been cooking low fat vegan for years, and she’s an amazing cook. This is one of her signature creations.
I originally made this soup trying to recreate the side of white beans at Zoe’s Kitchen, which is too high in oil to my liking. ~ Alina
This warm potato salad is a step aside from the traditional version: it’s cooked in a hot skillet and doesn’t call for mayonnaise or other fattening dressings. ~Alina