You know how they say a picture is a worth a thousand words? Well this is not one of those cases. This recipe from the Minimalist Baker, is by far the best vegan meal I have EVER eaten. I am not kidding. This is seriously the best. And although you are going to be incredibly full after eating this delectable pasta dish, you don’t have to hate yourself because it’s clean and gluten free! Read on to discover the recipe and how I put my own personal spin on this incredible dish.
Not only is this recipe super easy, but it is also absolutely delicious! With one of the best combinations of flavors from the bananas and chocolate chips, this bread is sure to be a hit with everyone! You can’t even tell that it’s vegan. When I made this bread, I was craving banana bread and my roommates were craving dessert. When I found this recipe from Baker Bettie I knew it was perfect. Thank you pinterest for yet another awesome vegan recipe! Read on to get the full recipe for this banana bread!
Farro is a whole grain, and although that makes it not a gluten-free food, it is easily becoming one of my favorite things to eat. In my opinion, farro is a fluffier, chewier brown rice with a bit more substance. It takes about the same amount of time to cook but when I have the time, I’ll make a big batch and store it in the fridge for the week so that it’s always readily available.
Ok, so I know it’s been awhile, but I’ve been super busy with finals, the end of my internship, and the start of a new full-time job. With all that aside, I’ve made a lot of new recipes lately and can’t wait to share them with you all! I had been searching for an easy recipe for baked oatmeal and when I stumbled upon this one from Southern In-Law for Baked Banana Oatmeal I absolutely fell in love.
I was really hesitant to try this. I always liked yogurt, but it’s one of those things that I have to be in the mood for, otherwise it kind of makes me gag and I end up force-feeding it to myself. But, I have to say. this “yogurt” is absolutely delicious, and if it weren’t so expensive, I would buy it much more often. I’m still eating this as I write my review. Continue reading
I think that one of the toughest things about being vegan is that I instantly have a panic attack when I’m not within 25 feet of my kitchen (my apartment is that small). Not being able to cook my own food, or have access to my own pantry is really difficult when eating vegan. I am very limited in terms of vegan options aside from making things myself, which I’m certain is a struggle for lots of people. Unless you live in a health-crazed city like New York or Los Angeles, chances are that you don’t have vegan eateries and cafes that specialize in fresh juices on every block of your town. Because of this, I have had to figure out how I can easily stock my purse with food without carrying around my entire kitchen and without taking up too much time during my morning routine (I hate mornings and getting up even earlier is not my thing). Below you will find a list of pantry staples, tips on how to easily transport food, and how to always be prepared to be stranded somewhere that doesn’t have vegan food.