Our Caesar Salad mixes cashews, garlic, lemon juice, vegan Worcestershire sauce, and some other basic ingredients into a tasty dressing that is dairy-free, egg-free, and oil-free. To complete your salad, we also share a simple recipe to make your own croutons, flavored with basil, oregano, paprika, and thyme. Your family is sure to love this plant-based version of their favorite classic salad.
Chef Daniel Biron’s Clericot is a simple, homemade version of Clericot or White Wine Sangria. This eye-catching summertime beverage is filled with seasonal fruits like strawberries, grapes, and apples, and then mixed with a Rosemary Syrup, white grape juice (or white wine, for an alcoholic version), and sparkling water. For the ultimate presentation, make sure to use a clear pitcher and serving glasses so your guests can catch a glimpse of the beautiful colors within as they sip on nature’s sweet nectar.
The sweet and tart combination of lemonade makes it almost irresistible. Whether you try our fruity Strawberry variation or prefer our veggie- and herb-based Cucumber Mint, you are sure to enjoy a relaxing time with family and friends this summer with a nice cool glass of refreshing and homemade lemonade.
Our Apple Raisin Bread recipe takes advantage of swaps like nut milk, mashed banana, and aquafaba to turn the traditional recipe on its head and transform it into a dairy-free, oil-free and egg-free masterpiece. Easy to whip up and with a 40-minute bake time, you and your family will be enjoying slices of hot homemade bread in just about an hour.
Store-bought potato chips are typically loaded with oil and salt, but the good news is that you can make them at home too, where you can control the ingredients and treat your family to a wholesome and satisfying snack. Our versatile recipe explains how to make chips in the oven, microwave, and air fryer. Explore various seasoning and flavor combinations, and try it out with other vegetables. The choice is yours…have fun!
Corn tortillas and an oven—that is all you need to make wholesome corn chips in your own kitchen. This recipe lists several optional toppings too. Add one or more to ‘up the flavor’ of this healthful snack. After a short cooling period that will boost the crispiness of the chips, you can enjoy them as-is or serve them with a plant-based dip, such as our Rainbow Salsa, Homemade Hummus, Red Bell Pepper Dip, or Lentil Spread.
Juicing has become a popular way to get more nutrients into your diet. This recipe is meant to demonstrate a few combinations that use greens like kale, spinach, Swiss chard and romaine, vegetables such as cucumber, celery, and beet, as well as fruits like apple, pear, pineapple, and watermelon. Try these recipes as-is or feel free to experiment with your own mix of produce. Creativity is what makes juicing so fun!
Eggnog is a classic holiday drink, and it can be made using whole plant foods. In our recipe, cashews, dates, spices, and your choice of liquor (if desired) are blended into a tasty concoction that is perfect for get-togethers with loved ones. Raise a glass with friends and family this holiday season to celebrate the bounties of the plant-based lifestyle!
We are taking the intimidation factor out of making homemade risotto with our Classic Mushroom Risotto. The recipe uses just 7 main ingredients (with two optional items) and can be prepared in about 30 minutes. The mushrooms and leeks should be cooked and set aside until the end to prevent them from getting mushy. To make the rice creamy, use a pan that is the same size as your burner then gradually add hot vegetable broth, stirring regularly though not constantly. As the rice rubs together it will generate starch and produce a smooth, rich texture. Once you have reached al dente, the vegetables can be added as well as the optional vegan Parmesan. While you must stay vigilant during the cooking process, this is a dish that any home cook can master. Enjoy it as a quick weeknight meal, or as an impressing offering for dinner party guests.