These pizzas are so delicious and so filling! I couldn’t even eat a half 🙂 The “bread” makes it so much more intersting, because it’s got taste as well ad the delicious filling.
I love pasta, but it just messes with my weight loss plans and happy stomach, so I’m really happy with this glutenfree, proteinrich, fiberrich, organic, vegan, no-wheat, low carb alternative, that fills you up more and tastes even better! And of course serving it with a healthy and tasty sauce is key!
I’ve been looking for the perfect recipe for a vegan lasagne. I think I’ve found my new favourite 😉 Will let you know, if I change my mind! Oh and by the way, I’m not sure if anyone else has this problem, but I feel like I never have enough “stuffing” for the lasagne, I always have to calculate way too much, but this time I had the exact perfect amount 🙂
Another delicious Indian classic, vegetable dahl!
You probably know of the classic Indian dish, butter chicken (murgh makhani). Even though neither butter nor chicken is vegan, it’s easy to make a plant based version! I never tried soya bites before, but they’re really nice! The whole dish turned out yummy, creamy and spicy 🙂
Mayo, mayo, mayo <3 Don’t worry, you don’t have to steal anyone’s eggs to make it… It’s actually really simple! Just four ingredients and a handblender, and there you have it (and it looks really cool, when the oil-milk-vinegar-salt-mixture almost magically becomes mayonnaise).
This is so good! So many veggies, so much orange and red beauty. So healthy 🙂 I’m so thankful for being vegan right now – it’s an amazing journey, where I get to explore this huge new cuisine. Some people might think veganism is restrictive, I say I’ve never tried this many different wonderful foods before! Lentils and beans are veggies that I haven’t really used that much before, but I’m so glad I started getting to know them 😉 Try this!
I’ve been all about soups these days for curing my cold! It worked 😉 This was so delicious, a bit spicy, and the lentils gave something to bite on, mmmm. It’s filled with goodness and health, so it’s perfect (and needed) for the season.
This is how you boost your immune system and metabolism and stock up on proteins! It’s spicy, creamy and vegan, what’s not to like? 😉 I suggest you do like I did and use dried beans – it’s cheaper and you really don’t need to prepare much. A little planning ahead is all. Just put the beans in a bowl with water before you go to bed and let it soak overnight. In the morning (or whenever you have time), you put them in a pot to boil an hour or two (depending on the kind of beans you’re using). You don’t have to stand there and watch them boil, so it really isn’t that much work to prepare the beans for cooking 🙂
I’ve actually never really been a fan of chili con carne. I always thought it was a big bowl of monotonousness, often a bit boring even though it had spice. But I love this version – without meat or any animal products at all of course, 100% vegan. Maybe the meat part was what I didn’t really like about regular chili con carne… This one is full of spices and surprises though 🙂 I love how the different textures and flavours make this meal not monotonic at all. And the way that the fresh herbs, corn and zucchini play against the tomato mass is just lovely. I suggest you fire up the spices, if you can handle it, because when a chili sin carne is spicy, it’s right. It was such a satisfying and filling meal, and even though one portion was probably enough, we just couldn’t stop ourselves from eating more. Try this, it’s perfect for preventing a cold in this horrible weather we have going on right now! I suggest you make a big portion like I did here, and then store some in the freezer for later – just to make your healthy vegan life easier.