Healthy Pie Recipes: 6 Good-for-You Savory & Sweet Pies. When I think about pie, I think of Charlie Chaplin and the custard pie fights of silent movies.
I recall the nursery rhyme about four and twenty blackbirds. And of course the expression “American as apple pie.” If you were more into math than I was, the word might also evoke the formula for the circumference of a circle. And if you were a rock and roller, you might be humming a chorus about driving your Chevy to the levee. But two ideas that don’t typically go with pie are “plant-based” and “healthy.” The History of Pie Most cultures have some version of a pie, whether sweet or savory. It’s hard to know for sure who baked the first pie (dough and round baking dishes aren’t exactly the most enduring archeological artifacts).
The expression “as American as apple pie” shouldn’t fool you into thinking Americans invented it, any more than French fries or hamburgers are a product of Parisian and German culinary innovation, respectively. Pie Filling from the 15th Century Why Eat Pies? Vegan Ricotta Cheese. Pan Fried Maple Pecan Brussels Sprouts - Cupful of Kale. Crispy pan fried maple pecan brussels sprouts!
They’re sweet, savoury and the perfect vegetable side dish! Serve with your favourite Christmas sides and main dishes for the ultimate celebration feast. These brussels sprouts are honestly addictive. And I never thought I would say that as a previous brussels sprout hater! To me, the key to delicious brussels sprouts is how you prepare them. Potato Collard Green & "Chorizo" Soup + Comfort on Christmas Eve — Chocolate For Basil. Hello.
It's Christmas Eve. I am having so much fun listening to Eric reminisce about his holiday traditions with his family, working with him to recreate those same flavors and smells since we aren't actually flying back home to Dallas for the holidays this year. He is militant about his mama's apple cider and has been waking me up with a cup from the crockpot every morning now. "Oh! I forgot to get cranberry juice! " SOUP, SOUP, SOUP: Now that we're nearing the end of the year, it's only natural that I'm feeling reflective (yes, more than normal, if you can even imagine). Vegan Brussels sprouts Caesar salad. Jingle bells, jingle bells…Is it me or has this whole festive period malarkey come a bit early this year?
Although maybe it just seems like that to me as I lost an entire month to sanding and painting…Anyway, I am acutely aware that our American friends are all gearing up for Thanksgiving already (and it feels like they have something big to be thankful for this year, wink wink!) And Christmas is not far behind…Although I do wonder what it’s going to be like this year. A bit quiet I think. We are not allowed to travel (and even if we were we feel like it’s too risky given the current climate, so we are certainly staying home – would hate to gift someone the virus) so it’s going to be just Duncan, Tina and I celebrating Xmas this year. Anyway, quiet or not, I’m committed to putting a good vegan spread on the table. The Best Vegan Dinner Rolls - Make It Dairy Free. Sharing is caring!
These are hands down the best vegan homemade dinner rolls recipe. Baked to soft and fluffy perfection everyone will enjoy! Just 6 Ingredients, one bowl, completely from scratch! If you ask me it’s not a holiday gathering unless there’s dinner rolls. Super-Easy No-Wait Vegan Cheese Log. The holidays are coming up and if you’re like me, you want easy, healthy, and incredibly delicious recipes to please your guests.
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Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Vegan Pumpkin & Parsnip Soup. Double this recipe from The Contented Vegan cookbook and freeze leftovers for a quick, warming lunch or dinner during the colder months.
Vegan Herb Almond Goat Cheese — 86 Eats. Vegan Herb Almond Goat Cheese — 86 Eats. Honey Glazed Hasselback Butternut Squash. Up until recently, I had no idea that there even existed such a thing as a Hasselback Butternut Squash or that a dish could ever be made to look so pretty, for that matter.
Honestly, I would’ve NEVER even thought of “hasselbacking” a butternut squash if I hadn’t stumbled upon this recipe by Seasons and Suppers. As soon as I laid eyes on that picture, I just KNEW I had to replicate it — in fact, my heart nearly stopped when I saw that beauty! I guess the fact that I happen to have a major thing for Butternut Squash to start with really helps. If one could have an actual crush on food, Butternut Squash would definitely be my food crush. There’s just something about it that I can’t seem to get enough of.
I had such a blast taking these pictures, I ended up taking way too many and then had a really hard time picking my favorites among the lot. Roasted Hasselback Butternut Squash. Side dishes are an important part of any holiday meal.
We love conventional side dishes, like green beans, mashed potatoes, and the like, but one of our absolute favorites is this hasselback butternut squash. It looks fancy but is actually quite simple to do, and tastes utterly amazing. This is a side dish that should be a centerpiece on your dinner table, it looks that good! The squash is a blank canvas for either sweet or savory toppings, and for this particular recipe, we’ve gone with a savory herb: sage. Untitled. By Brian Vaszily, Founder of Purity Woods Great-looking Skin Equals a Powerful Immune System Skin is your body’s largest organ and one of the most crucial parts of your immune system.
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The combination of the maple, Dijon, walnuts, sage and thyme, baked Hasselback style, will be the show stopper in your holiday spread this year! 1 medium butternut squash (about 1 kg) ¼ cup maple syrup 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil1 tbsp Dijon mustard1 tbsp finely chopped fresh sage leaves1 tsp finely chopped fresh thyme1 tsp sea salt½ tsp ground black pepper4 tbsp chopped walnuts Preheat your oven to 350°F (180°C).Cut the butternut squash in half lengthwise, scoop out the seeds and pulp and discard or save for another recipe. Untitled. Connect. Food Revolution Network. Literally 50 Side Dishes You Can Make Without Animal Products This Thanksgiving.
Fermented Foods: What are they and how can they boost your health? Tell someone that they’re about to eat a substance that started out as a vegetable but was then processed by bacteria and yeast into an alcohol or acid, and you shouldn’t be surprised if they turn up their nose or run away screaming. The thought of those little critters messing with perfectly good food might sound more like a Transylvanian science experiment, complete with lightning strikes, than a healthy and delicious part of your diet.
But that’s exactly what fermentation is. Humans have harnessed and refined the process for a long time, and some of our favorite healthy foods are the result of this legacy of experimentation. What is Fermentation? Fermentation is a way of preserving the flavor, texture, and quality of food as well as enhancing shelf-life. Raw Tea Sandwiches - Rawmazing Raw and Cooked Vegan Recipes. Easy Turmeric Chickpea Salad Sandwich. Vegan Scampi in Lemon Garlic White Wine Sauce. Smoked Jackfruit Tacos.
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