This post was a long while coming, and to those few followers of this blog I apologize for the lack of communication. This was meant to be an ongoing project, but more personal matters have made a bigger presence in my free time.
As of now I am putting this pet project of mine into a hiatus but with full intentions of reviving it in the near feature. xoxo
I obtained this recipe from The Family Kitchen. It came out different than the original recipe, but it was still delicious!
I obtained this recipe from Healthy. Happy. Life. If you’re a fan of recipes with hard boiled eggs, this will certainly give you a double take! …
This was a fairly interesting recipe that I chose from my 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes cookbook – I was rather iffy about this as I was cooking it, but the sauce really saved the day! Continue Reading
This was a recipe in my 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes cookbook that my dear late Great Grandma gave to me. Continue Reading
I’m not fortunate enough to live near a big city filled with different vegan restaurants and their food options, especially when it comes to pizza. Since going vegan I have simply ordered cheeseless pizzas topped with vegetables (only after ensuring the crust/sauce are made from vegan ingredients). But one can only have cheeseless pizza for so long! I was so surprised when I found Tofutti’s Pizza Pizzaz in the frozen aisle of Stop and Shop (near the vegetarian frozen foods).
This frozen meal totally fulfilled my pizza craving! The “cheese” was one of the best imitations I have ever tasted, which says a lot considering that this was once frozen. Its texture resembled real cheese and didn’t even leave that chalky aftertaste most imitation dairy’s have. The only qualm I have with this is that the crust is very thin and as a result was very crisp and crunchy once baked – Then again I am one for fluffy crusts! I baked it according to the “best results” instructions – that is baking it at 50 degrees lower and 10 minutes longer than the standard instructions.
Definitely give this vegan pizza a taste! Don’t let the campy design of the box or labeling tell you otherwise!
With a bit of an alteration, a small recipe on the back of a French’s mustard bottle turned into a mouth watering aroma inside my kitchen!
If you’re like me and most vegans, you cannot get enough of peanut butter, especially Jif! I found this recipe on the label of a Jif bottle, and used some vegan substitutes that made these cookies absolutely delectable! Continue Reading
The next time you are craving a cookie, try Alternative Baking Company’s brand of vegan cookies! I cannot recommend these cookies enough to my friends. They offer over 5 different flavors, each one as soft and chewy as the last. My favorite is the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip! As expensive as I have had to pay for mine ($2 for a cookie is a high price compared to one non-vegan cookie, at least in my experience), they leave you so full and satisfied they are truly worth every penny spent.
If you can’t find them at your local health food store they do sell them online via their store website (linked above).
I know that one of my favorite treats as it gets warmer outside has always been ice cream sandwiches. And with going vegan I fortunately found that I don’t have have to give them up! So Delicious offers a delicious dairy free alternative that is completely vegan! I would so highly recommend trying one of these sandwiches – The ice cream is indescribably lighter than an actual dairy ice cream sandwich and even the soft chocolate cake sticks to your fingers just like the ones I always remembered.
The only bad thing I have to say about these is that I can only find them in the mini sizes… So I don’t be surprised if you want to eat 2-3 of them! I easily found this in the frozen grocery aisle near the other vegetarian/vegan cuisine.