Our Blissful Banana Bread takes a classic baked good on a wholesome ride to create a better-for-you breakfast/dessert that has all the flavor you know and love. The recipe uses whole wheat pastry flour in place of refined white flour, aquafaba instead of egg, applesauce to swap out oil, and date paste in exchange for white sugar. You can enjoy this flexible recipe in its simplest form, or add in our suggested optional items: chopped walnuts and/or dairy-free chocolate chips. This banana bread will fill your home with wonderful smells as it bakes, and the most distressing time will be the 20 minute cooling period before you can remove it from the loaf pan and dig in.
Our Breakfast Crepes are light and airy, using just a few plant-based ingredients and no salt, oil or refined sugar. Remain patient while cooking, as they are best tackled one crepe at a time and flipping can be challenging. However, your efforts are rewarded in the end as you sit down to a wholesome and delicious French breakfast that you prepared in your very own kitchen. These crepes are great when filled with fresh fruit, but we also offer a naturally sweet Berry Bliss Sauce as a topping, prepared in 10 quick minutes using only fresh/frozen berries and orange juice…or try our recipe for Chocolate Hazelnut Spread. While we present this as a ‘breakfast’ recipe, you can also enjoy these crepes for dessert or as an entrée at lunch or dinner by filling them with vegetables and other savory ingredients.
Nutella is a popular spread that is sweeping the globe…and now you can make your own from scratch! Our Chocolate Hazelnut Spread starts with roasted hazelnuts that are whipped into a creamy butter then combined with melted dairy-free dark chocolate and a dash of vanilla. The recipe makes two cups, which can be stored for 2-3 weeks. Use it as a dip for fresh fruit, a spread for toast, pancakes, and crepes, or an ingredient when creating homemade Chocolate Hazelnut Ice Cream.
With one bite of our Decadent Double Chocolate Brownies, you will never believe that they are 100 percent plant-based and oil-free! This better-for-you option gets its rich taste from a combination of unsweetened cocoa powder and dairy-free chocolate chips. This is a wonderful snack for when you want to enjoy an ‘old’ treat, and it is sure to impress your family and friends.
Nothing says ‘holiday’ quite like a slice of fruitcake shared with family and friends, and this year you can enjoy a healthier version by making your own at home. Our Festive Plant-Based Fruitcake is full of fruits and nuts and uses date sugar, aquafaba and applesauce to replace refined sugar, eggs and oil, respectively. Celebrate the season with the recipe below.
A traditional Jewish baked casserole gets a plant-based spin with our recipe for Noodle Kugel. Gluten-free wide ribbon noodles are combined with raisins, apples, cashews, cinnamon and our very own homemade dairy-free cream cheese! A festive sweet treat enjoyed warm right out of the oven.
Grab a cup of tea and celebrate the holidays with our plant-based, Gluten-Free Date Nut Bread! Although this is a seasonal favorite, the Medjool dates, chopped walnuts and spicy cinnamon will have you preparing this recipe year-round.
We love Dreena Burton’s gluten-free crust so much that we have decided to pair it with our recipe for blueberry pie filling to create a delicious Low-Sugar Gluten-Free Blueberry Pie. Show your family and friends the joys of plant-based living by sharing a slice, or perhaps by baking an extra to give as a gift from the heart this holiday season.
Let the fragrant smell of apples and cinnamon fill your kitchen as you bake our simple yet delectable Apple Crisp With Walnuts. This plant-based recipe has no added sugar, relying instead on the natural sweetness of ingredients like apples and raisins. Oats and walnuts provide texture and crunch to this healthful dessert that is almost too good to resist.