Cuisine: vegan

Banana Bread Chia Pudding

Craving banana bread? Put the baking dishes away and opt for this cleaner and healthier way to get your fix. Chia seeds are hydrophilic, meaning they can absorb much more liquid than their tiny size might indicate. That means that they keep you hydrated for a while after eating them and they also keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer.

 

Vegan Eggnog Smoothie

Whip this flavorful vegan smoothie up in no time

This smoothie has all of the flavor or traditional egg nog but you can drink it for breakfast or a snack! It’s easy to make and fun to sip. Bonus: Easiest recipe ever!!

 

Golden Turmeric Milk

This is a perfect drink any time of day. Since it’s caffeine-free, it’s also great to sip at night after dinner. Feel free to make the recipe as simple or complex as you want re: the spices you use. You can just do turmeric and black pepper, if that’s all you have on hand!

 

Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Creamy vegan pumpkin soup

This creamy fall pumpkin soup is rich in antioxidants like beta carotene and vitamin C. It’s easy enough to make for lunch or dinner anytime, but also perfect for holidays and entertaining. Garnish it with toasted pumpkin seeds and fried sage leaves for a pretty presentation. Plus, it’s a great option for vegan and vegetarian guests. Read more…

 

Oatmeal Cookie Energy Bites

Make a batch or two of these delicious and portable energy bites on the weekend and use them as healthy snacks throughout the week to beat between-meal hunger. Or, pair two energy bites with a small nonfat latte for an on-the-go breakfast that will keep you energized all morning.

 

Chai Turmeric Popcorn Trail Mix

  When the team at Nuts.com asked us to put together our favorite trail mix recipe, in honor of National Trail Mix Day (It’s August 31st and yes, there is literally a day for everything.) we both immediately thought of popcorn trail mix. While popcorn might not be a traditional trail mix ingredient like nuts […] Read more…

 

Cold Cocoa

I usually start my day with hot tea no matter what the season. Thermometer reading single digits? Hot tea. A 90 degree summer day? Hot tea. But when a warm afternoon hits, I typically want something cold. Most of the time I’ll just throw leftover tea from the morning over ice (I know, glamorous). But […] Read more…

 

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