Our Spaghetti Pomodoro recipe will give you newfound respect for an old Italian classic. The sauce is a light and fresh combination of vegetable broth, Roma tomatoes, onions, garlic, basil and pepper. It can be whipped up while the pasta is boiling and the entire meal can be on your dinner table in just 30 minutes. A perfect, healthful weekday meal to enjoy with the family.
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.
Our Red Bell Pepper Dip is a quick but elegant appetizer to set out for guests at your next special gathering. A fragrant roasted red pepper is blended with pomegranate molasses, scallions, lemon juice and cumin to make a creamy dip that gets crunch and texture from chopped walnuts that are mixed in at the end. Serve with your choice of fresh sliced vegetables, crackers or pita chips.
This recipe for Potato Latkes teaches you how to make a more healthful version of this traditional Jewish fare. Shredded potatoes and onions are combined with matzoh meal, corn starch and freshly ground black pepper, but the real treat is that these latkes are cooked on a non-stick griddle with no oil. Serve warm along with sour cream or applesauce; we have included simple plant-based recipes for these too.
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.
Add a delicious plant-based side to your holiday meal! This recipe includes roasted cauliflower and chestnuts that bake for 25 minutes while you whip up a savory stuffing-like sauce on the stove top. Simply toss to combine and you have made a fulfilling and tasty dish that is perfect for special occasions with the family.
Our Bulgur and Lentil Pilaf With Leeks is a wonderful, comforting weekday meal for the entire family. This is a versatile recipe that allows for a few variations. For example, you can add in leafy greens to make the meal even more nutritious. You can also use long-grain rice instead of bulgur, caramelized onions can replace the leeks, and the dish can be served with dairy-free plain yogurt.