This simple Asparagus Soup recipe uses vegetable broth, water, leeks, and asparagus, along with your choice of herbs (fennel, thyme, dill, and parsley). Just cook the veggies, simmer with the liquids, then puree in the blender. Broccoli can be used in place of asparagus and you can also make the soup creamier by adding Miso Cashew Cream. The recipe is scaled to two servings but it can easily be doubled or tripled to serve more.
Dreena Burton’s Bliss in a Dish (Chickpea and Artichoke One-Pot Wonder) is a hearty and satisfying plant-based casserole. The recipe is a combination of all of our favorite wholesome ingredients, including chickpeas, artichokes, potatoes, tomatoes, red bell pepper, garlic, and olives, that are then tossed with a variety of herbs and baked to perfection. Bring your loved ones to the table with a dish that will fuel them with nutrients and show them how much you care.
You will never believe how easy it is to make your own healthful and flavorful oil-free Homemade Hummus! We include instructions for Classic Hummus, but also five variations including Harrisa and Mint Hummus, Artichoke and Rosemary Hummus, Spicy Hummus, Sweet Potato Hummus, and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus. Try them as a dip for vegetables and whole wheat crackers, or use your favorite as a spread on our Hummus Veggie Wrap.
Our Hummus Veggie Wrap will allow you to experiment with fresh produce and plant-based flavors while preparing a quick and satisfying lunch. We include a recipe for Homemade Hummus that has instructions for a classic version and five fun variations. Choose your favorite then fill the wrap with your choice of lettuce, peppers, cucumber, tomato, avocado, spinach, sprouts, microgreens, basil, mint and any other fruit or veggie that your heart desires. This versatile recipe will keep you coming back for more, eager to explore how each unique combination will tantalize your taste buds.
If you enjoy the flavor of Nutella and are looking for a cool treat, then you will love our Chocolate Hazelnut Ice Cream. The recipe uses six plant-based ingredients: three are needed to prepare the Chocolate Hazelnut Spread, and then three more will transform it into a decadent, creamy ice cream. This is destined to become your new favorite flavor, but remember to share with your family and friends too!
Our Savory Strawberry Soup is the perfect light and refreshing recipe for your fresh, in-season strawberries. It begins by pureeing one pound of berries with orange and lemon juice, then chilling in the refrigerator. When it is time to serve, add in additional chopped strawberries (and pineapple, if desired), ladle into bowls, and top with more strawberries, mint and dairy-free yogurt. A healthful appetizer or dessert that will invigorate your senses, this soup will become your favorite recipe to celebrate spring.
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.
It is time to invite sweet potatoes to your breakfast table with our mouth-watering Sweet Potato Hash. This recipe uses all plant-based ingredients, including sweet potatoes, roasted garlic, onion, green pepper and jalapeño, then kicked up with a combination of Italian seasoning and freshly ground black pepper. The mix of sweet and heat is sure to wake up your taste buds in the morning.
Traditional breakfast favorites can be made egg-free. Case in point, our plant-based omelet! This recipe has two variations: one uses tofu as a base and the other relies on chickpea flour. Although the ingredients are different, the directions are pretty much the same. Combine ingredients, cook in a non-stick skillet, and then customize by filling the ‘omelet’ with your choice of fresh veggies. This lighter and better-for-you option with be the star of your brunch.