One day a few months ago I decided that I wanted vegan nachos, and pretty much threw together a recipe as I went along. I had made vegan nachos before, but these were different. I wasn’t sure how well that would turn out, but they tasted so amazing! I decided to do a recipe video for them, and although the photo & video do not do these nachos justice, let me tell you – they are delicious and extremely filling![Read more…]
“Wings” made from cauliflower are pretty popular around Super Bowl time to replace the non-version wings that are served up at all the parties. I’m a couple of months late for the Super Bowl, so maybe these can be Easter wings??? In my opinion, cauliflower wings are perfect any time of the year, including these buffalo cauliflower bites. They have just the right amount of tang and spiciness. They are also very filling, which causes a quandary because they are so delicious it is hard to stop eating them! Check out my brand new recipe video below for these tasty little bites 💃
Y’all, it’s actually cold in South Texas! ❄️☃️
It’s been cold and rainy off and on these past couple of weeks, and we even got snow one morning! I’ve been drinking lots of homemade hot chocolate and snuggling with my foster dog, Opal. Then I remembered this warm, hearty soup I made not too long ago and thought it would be the perfect recipe to post.
This delish soup is my version of Kimberly Snyder’s Red Lentil and Carrot Stew. When it comes to soups and stews, I like to keep it simple, and I’m not a big fan of cooked carrots, so I changed things up just slightly. Make this savory soup for your friends and family, or store in the fridge and have ready made meals! Full of nutrients, fiber, and protein, this Red Lentil & Kale Stew is the perfect cold weather meal!
Nobody likes being sick. Well, there was a brief period of time as a child that I looked forward to staying home watching television all day when I had a cold or the flu. But now, getting sick is something that I dread and try to avoid at all costs 😷🤒🌡
Since I’ve gone vegan, I’ve noticed that I get sick way less. Pre-vegan I battled allergies/sinus/colds at least twice a year plus any other illnesses like the flu, 24 hour bugs, strep, bronchitis, etc. The only time I get sick now is seasonal allergies once or twice a year and if I take action as soon as I notice symptoms, it goes away a lot faster and isn’t as agonizing.
Whether you’re vegan or not, these 9 easy tips can make you feel better a lot faster. They will help you fight sickness in a much healthier, all natural way that your body will be thankful for. You can still incorporate your regular medicines if necessary. These suggestions will just boost your immune system for a speedier recovery this winter!
This oh so good summery salad is awesome for many reasons. Here’s a quick rundown: It’s easy to make, light but filling at the same time, full of tangy goodness, all plant based, AND the star of the show is a leafy green packed with antioxidants and fiber. Kale yeah!
I live so close to the beach and after trying to make it there all summer, I finally did last week 🏖☀️🕶 The weather was perfect and since school is gearing back up, we basically had the beach to ourselves. Despite my best efforts at sunscreen, I still ended up getting burned really badly. Like, the front of me was so sunburned I had to sleep on my back for two days because it hurt so much 😭 Since then, I’ve been coating myself in coconut oil and aloe vera like there’s no tomorrow. I figure what goes into my body is just as important in my healing process, too. That’s where my Summery Kale Salad comes in. It’s full of fiber and antioxidants and good fats and detoxifying ingredients 👍
Even though this recipe is enough for 2-3 people, nobody will judge you for eating it all in one sitting. That’s the great thing about salads! 😝