Nutrient-Dense Vegola Granola Bars [Vegan, Gluten-Free] With bananas, apples, oats, puffed amaranth, almonds, prunes and dates mixed within this wholesome bar you can feel good about eating and sharing them!
Plus, they make the perfect after school snack! :) Nutrient-Dense Granola Bars [Vegan, Gluten-Free] Ingredients 3/4 cup organic raw almond butter2 ripe bananas1 tsp cinnamon1 1/2 cup gluten-free oats, uncooked1/2 cup gluten-free flour mix1/2 cup chopped almonds1/2 tsp salt2/3 cup amaranth flakes cereal16 prunes14 dates1 green apple Preparation Preheat oven to 350 degrees FahrenheitMix together almond butter, mashed bananas, and cinnamon.In a large bowl combine the dry ingredients.Chop the prunes and dates, or pulse in a food processor until chunky. Nutrional Information Total Fat-7.2g, Protein-4.6g, Carbohydrate, 25.1g Christa Clark is a vegan blogger with a deep passion for recipe creation, yoga, structural integration, alchemy, writing, researching, art and sharing her plant-based lifestyle with others. Zucchini & Squash Squares. This recipe is my own brainchild.
It was inspired from a similar dish that I made from Paula Deen’s Magazine. I find that with her magazine a lot of her recipes are hit or miss. Some are SO good and others are just awful. Recently I’ve made two of her magazine recipes in a row that I hated. It makes me sad : ( because I really like her… Anyways, I really loved the concept for the last dish I made- Zucchini Squash Tart with Cornmeal Crust.
To solve the problem of excess liquid, I used the same method as I did for the Zucchini Fritters I made a few moths ago. All in all I think the recipe turned out great! Zucchini & Squash Squares Author: Laura machell Serves: 16 3 medium zucchini, shredded3 medium yellow squash, shredded1½ tsp salt1 large onion, chopped2 Tb butter6 oz shredded mozzarella (about 1½ cups)4 oz shredded parmesan (about 1 cup)2 eggs1 tsp garlic powder½ tsp black pepper1 pkg Crescent Rolls Preheat oven to 350°F.
35 Vegan Super Bowl Party Recipes. 30 Finger Foods For Your Super Bowl Party … So Good You Won’t Even Mind the Mess! If you’re planning a Super Bowl party, forget the silverware but stock up on extra napkins because it’s all about the fun finger foods.
Parties – like the ones we have – for the Super Bowl aren’t the kind where guests sit at the table and practice their fine dining etiquette. No, these are the parties where friends have their food on their laps and juggle their plates, cups, and phones while they’re jumping up and cheering (or booing) a team’s play. Football party food should be fun, festive, and easy to eat in just a few bites. Get lots of party tips in How to Plan a Winning Vegan Super Bowl Party. Appetizers and finger foods make the perfect party foods. Whether you’re watching the game with two people or 200 people, you just have to have fun party food. 1. Is there any party food that’s as much messy fun as nachos? 2. These Sticky Peanut Orange Cauliflower Wings are seriously amazing. 3. 4. 5. Can these Chili Cheese Fries really change your life?
6. Baked Buffalo Tofu Bites. By Sarah on September 9, 2014 Vegan football food!
Is that an oxymoron? I’m pretty sure it is. If I had to guess I’d say that less than 1% of football fans are vegan, or even vegetarian for that matter. But for those of you that are and don’t feel like eating the standard processed faux hot dog, fear not- I’ve gotcha covered. These tofu bites are bursting with flavor from a spicy buffalo cornmeal breading that pairs perfectly with a cool blue cheese sauce.
I mean, can you believe that coating? So let’s talk about tofu for a second. To avoid that, I recommend using extra firm or super firm tofu and possibly one that isn’t soaked in water such as this brand. For the coating I used was a combination of whole wheat breadcrumbs, medium-grind cornmeal, and brown rice flour but feel free to substitute gluten-free breadcrumbs and/or any kind of finely milled flour you have on hand. Ingredients 20 ounces super firm tofu 2 tablespoons ground chia seed 1/2 cup flour (I used brown rice flour) Spiced Chickpea and Carrot Fritters with Curry Yogurt Sauce.
Cauliflower Tater Tot Casserole. Cauliflower tater tot casserole is a weeknight dinner is sure to please your family and your waistline.
A secret ingredient gives this classic comfort food a healthy makeover! Growing up, my nickname was “Tater-tot” Partially because I was really tiny (not much changed. WAH) but mostly because I couldn’t pronounce “Taylor,” so I called myself “Tate.” Of course, that snowballed into “tater-tot,” and then it just kind of stuck. Forever. Because of this, I always felt just a wee bit strange about eating tater-tots for dinner when Mom made them.
That’s what I thought. If you must know the truth, I got over my weird feelings pretty darn quick. But, then I grew up and I couldn’t eat them every single day, for all the days of my life. But tater tots, among other things like hamburger pie and mac & cheese, are just an ultimate comfort food that I couldn’t part ways with. Challenge accepted. I’m sure ya’ll have heard of the wonders of cauliflower. It can make INCR-EDIBLE “cauli-tots.” Ingredients. Charred Tomatillo Salsa. Zucchini-pesto fritters.