In looking for something for today’s post I drew inspiration from Chris at www.caribbeanpot.com. Although he sometimes features vegetarian recipes, his website is definitely a carnivore food blog. However, I find a lot of his dishes are easy to customize for a vegan diet. Last week his Caribbean tuna sandwich gave me instant hunger pangs. I vowed to make it for lunch one day soon. It was definitely worth the wait. Continue reading
We are well into the fall season. I find that this is the time I start to crave more savory but not necessarily filling foods. In this case I wanted all the flavors of a baked potato but not the density of it in my belly. I felt like this soup was a great compromise for me because I got to enjoy the baked potato but I didn’t feel the need to take a nap after eating. The flavor is creamy, cheezy, and soothing like a cozy blanket. Yes, you read that correctly. I can’t be the only person who thinks certain foods reminds them of cozy bed linens…LOL
Anyway, click here to find out the recipe for this soup.
Here is a quick and easy recipe for a vegan egg salad. Not only is this recipe simple to make but it is very tasty as well. It tastes great on its own but can be made into a sandwich or eaten with a green salad. Click the link to find out the recipe. Continue reading
Green smoothies are an excellent way to make sure that you are getting your proper servings of fruits and vegetables. I start every morning with a green smoothie or green juice. Some people can’t function without a morning cup of coffee. I on the other hand prefer to get my day started with a green smoothie. I am always changing the way I make my smoothies but I will share a simple recipe with you for one I made the other day.