This cauliflower tofu scramble is a wonderful way to start the day. It’s very versatile – great as a savory-filled Ezekiel tortilla, and terrific over baked (or mashed) potatoes. I promise, this will come in handy day after day, for … Read more
This is one of my newest favorites for a great savory breakfast. I can often happily eat two at one time, so maybe you’ll want to make extras, too.
This is easy and very flavorful, and another great benefit of … Read more
This simple baked fruit dessert is like a mini pear crisp, and enticingly delicious on a cold winter’s night. With warm, fragrant spices, and just a touch of oats, it’s so easy, and so good.
I love taking whole-food plant-based shortcuts, and using frozen greens might be at the top of my list.
I throw frozen organic spinach, kale, or mixed greens into a hot pan (while still frozen) along with a freshly sliced shallot, … Read more
I recently created a new version of one of my favorite breakfast staples…tofu scramble. I don’t always have a tofu scramble on hand, but maybe I should.
I’m always craving savory (rather than sweet) in the morning. Tofu scrambles are … Read more
I like to have store-bought hummus handy most weeks, just for convenience. That said, homemade hummus usually tastes so much better!
I’ve been getting plenty of carrots in my weekly CSA (community supported agriculture) box, and like to oven-roast them … Read more
One ingredient. Extra crispy oil-free goodness – without even using an air fryer!
Just start with leftover baked potatoes. Slice into slabs, length-wise. Then season, and grill on either a panini press or grill pan!… Read more
I love granola – the kind you can feel good about, without any oil, of course. It’s wonderful sprinkled over oatmeal for a little crunch, tossed with fruit, or mixed into unsweetened nondairy yogurt. It’s always a special treat for … Read more