A heaping bowl of bright orange butternut squash swimming in creamy coconut curry is just the welcoming kind of quick Thai meal to warm the soul on chilly nights.
Vegan Green Bean Casserole with Coconut Milk (only 7 ingredients)
Gimme that creamy, mushroom goodness, without the dairy puh-lease! Remake this American all time favorite with fashionable MCTs and zero lactose.
Twice Baked Honeynut Squash with Vegan Wild Rice Stuffing
Turkey isn’t the only thing getting stuffed for Thanksgiving. Try stuffing a honeynut squash with a wholesome wild rice mix with no cheese or breadcrumbs but lots of flavor.
Vegan Doenjang Jjigae (dump & go recipe!)
This protein packed, easy tofu soup is for real Korean foodies who want to experience real Korean flavor, without any animal products.
Turmeric Split Plea Fritters
Time for Mr. Falafel to scooch back into his pita pocket. These vegan Burmese split pea fritters are easier to make and have the Midas touch of golden turmeric.
Quickie Miso-Mirin Manila Clams
When you don’t have a lot of time, clams are a dinner savior. You could simply steam them with white wine and garlic, but why not try this equally tasty version with pungent miso and sweet mirin.
Roasted Delicata Squash (the easiest pumpkin to cut)
The easiest pumpkin to cut is appropriately named Delicata Squash, as if it is delicate. Try roasting this one pumpkin wonder to get that warm, cozy winter feeling in your home.
Coconut Fruit Salad (Dairy Free Ambrosia)
Taste autumn with this healthy ambrosia salad that doesn’t have any heavy cream or cool whip. You can also chop the apples ahead of time without turning brown making it potluck friendly.
Vegan Korean Black Bean Noodles: Jia Jiang Myeon
There are some vegetarian noodle dishes where you might “miss” the meat and compensate with cheese. These vegan Korean black bean noodles, however, are so full flavored and complete just on their own.
Vegan Korean Tofu Soup Recipe
Everyone loves hot Korean Soft Tofu Soup, aka Soondubu Jigae, but do you love making it at home? What exactly is in that bubbling black cauldron it’s served in at restaurants?