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Better than butter Chow Vegan 22 Ways To Get Your Vegan Snack Attack On It must be snacking season because I’ve had a lot of emails lately asking for some healthy vegan snack ideas and I thought it was a great idea for a post. Many of the recipes below are also some of the most popular snack recipes of 2011, so I will also add this post to my Top Recipes of 2011 page for easy reference. Ready to get your vegan snack attack on? 1. My all-time favourite cracker and quite possibly one of the top 3 recipes so far in 2012. 2. Enjoy this ultra-creamy, thick, and energizing smoothie, with a hint of orange that will help keep those cold bugs at bay! 3. Love dipping your finger into a bowl of cake batter? 3. Just like my favourite salt and vinegar chips, but better. 4. Incredibly easy to make. 5. Growing up, I always loved strawberry nutri-grain bars. 6. Adapted from the lovely Heather, this almond butter is the best thing to pair with a juicy apple or drizzled over fruit. 7. 8. 9. 10. for the rest click the link to continue… 11. Simple. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19.

Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower 'Wings' Looking for a healthier (and kinder) alternative to chicken wings? Try these juicy, tangy, and spicy buffalo cauliflower “wings”! Deliciously versatile and with just enough “kick,” these bite-sized pieces of cauliflower offer an eerily similar experience to eating chicken wings. With all the flavor and none of the guilt, this is a secret-weapon recipe that every vegan cook should have in his or her kitchen. Enjoy! SpicyBuffalo Cauliflower ‘Wings’ 1 cup water or soy milk 1 cup flour (any kind will work—even gluten-free!) Preheat the oven to 450°F.Combine the water or soy milk, flour, and garlic powder in a bowl and stir until well combined.Coat the cauliflower pieces with the flour mixture and place in a shallow baking dish. Makes 4 servings Make an Edible Candy Bowl | Dollar Store Mom - Frugal Fun - Crafts for Kids Today’s post is a lesson in improvisation. Why? Well, this project was INTENDED to be a candy tray, a fancy version of something I saw done flawlessly at Tutto Bella. After reading through that tutorial, I thought it would be a breeze! Famous last words, right? Now, if I was a crafting perfectionist, or blogging perfectionist, or if I’d had two more cups of coffee today, maybe I’d've tried a second time to make my vision work…but I’m not, I’m not, and I didn’t. Supplies: candy canes- $1 for twelveold fashioned hard candies- $1starlight mints- $1 for a bag, I used just one for this particular project Unwrap the candy canes and starlight mint and arrange on a baking sheet lined with wax paper or parchment paper. Bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes, but watch it closely the whole time!! Then I realized it was still quite hot and pretty pliable, so I quickly grabbed a bowl, turned it upside down and placed the whole thing on top.

Golubka Kitchen January 26th, 2010 Cette semaine, j’ai eu une grande envie de légumes – comme toujours en fait – mais comme c’est par périodes, certaines sont plus fortes que d’autres. Et celle-ci fut particulièrement intense : j’ai eu envie d’aliments purs, nourrissants, pleins de saveur. Même si j’adore la cuisine indienne, l’envie de curry se fait rarement sentir durant les chauds mois d’été. Ces derniers temps, j’utilise beaucoup l’économe à julienne pour faire toutes sortes de spaghetti de légumes, et réaliser des salades et plats originaux. 1. Translation: Géraldine Olivo Tags: golubka in french Enfant, j’ai toujours ressenti une profonde tristesse m’envahir à la fin de l’été. Et même maintenant à l’âge adulte, ce sentiment revient parfois à cette période de l’année. Avant que les tomates ne disparaissent pour un an, je voulais partager avec vous cette recette de salade gourmande. 1. Note : Vous pouvez remplacer l’orge et/ou le riz par toute autre céréale, pâtes ou légumineuse. 1. 1.

Natural Insider Recipes 60 ml coconut oil 30 ml maple syrup 60 gr. raw honey, optional 140 gr. almond flour 4 t.s. himalayan salt 1/4 t.s. baking soda 60 gr. crushed walnuts 40 gr. coconut flakes 50 gr. raisins or other dried fruits Blend the dry ingredients in a bowl – almond flour, salt, soda, walnuts, coconut flakes […] Spinach Tofu Patties I love vegetarian burgers because they're usually packed with lots of vegetables and other yummy ingredients, and there are so many ways to enjoy them - you can put them in between a bun and dress them up with your favourite toppings, but they are often just as good or even better on their own, without the bun! These patties definitely fit into the latter category. They are so flavourful that I preferred to just eat them with a fork rather than hiding them in a bun underneath other toppings. The patties themselves are actually made with tofu, but you would probably never guess just by looking at them (and you could probably serve these to a tofu-hater without them knowing either!) Once cooked, they held their shape well (which can be a problem with other veggie burgers), but they were still soft and easily broke apart with a fork when eaten that way. Spinach Tofu Patties Adapted from Joanne of Eats Well With Others, as seen on Marcus Samuelsson's Blog Makes enough for 4 patties.

Homemade Almond Milk The following article was written by Kaycee Basset and originally appeared on Vegan Machine.com. Almond milk is my favorite kind of milk! Not only is it the healthiest (in my opinion), it also tastes the best. There are many different ways to make almond milk. Making almond milk will be a two-day process if you decide to blanch the almonds (cook them to remove the skin), so if you get a craving, start making it right away. My favorite almond milk recipe is for a cooked version flavored with vanilla and cinnamon. Vanilla Cinnamon Almond Milk 1 1/2 cups raw almonds 1 tsp. vanilla extract 4 cups water Pinch of cinnamon Blanching Making the Almond Milk In a blender, combine the almonds, the vanilla, and 2 cups water. As I mentioned, there are many different ways to make almond milk. Get creative!

Mini Milkshake Shooters :: Hey Gorgeous A few weeks ago I was scheming up signature drink ideas for a clients wedding when bam! My ridiculous summer of 2011 ice cream addiction finally came to good use. And I thought to myself, how adorable would Mini Milkshake Shooters be? {Supplies} • mini parfait or shot glasses • an ice cream scoop or spoon • a blender or shake maker • semi sweet baking chocolate • sprinkles in desired colour • optional; striped straws • waffle or sugar cones To rim your glasses you’ll need to melt about 2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips in a double boiler until the chocolate is a liquid (make sure it doesn’t burn and see the photos below!) Uhm yum. Hello marshie fluff! Once your mini glasses are rimmed, the chocolate has hardened, and the shake blended, get ready to pour! Pop in your straws, garnish with some marshies and a piece of waffle cone and ready for some serious awesomeness? And here’s a pic I took of Jenna holding a little shooter. P.S.

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