I still cannot find a chia pudding or yogurt alternative that I can eat, but at least I can make a really good protein-packed one with only a trio of ingredients.
This soup was inspired by my childhood, and is sure to warm your bones on a chilly fall night or when you may be feeling a tad under the weather.
Yet another delicious recipe featuring two of my most favorite ingredients: Hummus and cauliflower!
To me, there is nothing better when the windchill plummets below zero than a steaming bowl of either soup or pasta. Therefore, this creamy tomato and squash soup with pasta shells could be my new winter go-to.
If you are looking for something else to do with your favorite hummus, then look no further than this simple hummus flatbread.
It’s fall, so I’m always thinking on what I can do with squashes and sweet potatoes. This curry pairs butternut squash with spicy ginger and a little heat from the thai curry flavors for a great meal on a chilly November day.
This soup recipe shows that frozen vegetables can be delicious, and choosing to use them will save you a ton of time and energy that is usually spent cleaning and chopping the vegetables.
This mashed cauliflower recipe is so good, I bet it will make you question why you would ever make mashed potatoes again.
Labor Day is Monday, but this lentil and vegetable loaf will make dinner any night of the week feel like a holiday celebration.
Ok, I know, it looks like a pancake. But trust me, the garbanzo bean flour in this “omelet” definitely has more the texture and taste of an egg omelet as opposed to a floury pancake.