So I do have to start by saying sorry for the lack of updates! I’ve been so busy , I just didn’t have ti time to update my blog!. But if you take the time and go visit my youtube page, or simply just click on a image below and it will take you to your destination :D. Here are a couple of images to tantalize your taste buds. so click away and enjoy!!!!
I am so happy with the results of this butter. Not only is it smooth and creamy, but it tastes so close to the real thing! I love creating dishes especially if it helps non vegans transition to a healthier vegan lifestyle. No more excuses, there are so many great recipes out there like this one that makes it so easy for you. Give it a try! I promise you will not regret it .
This creamy goodness is made with cold-pressed virgin coconut oil and the almighty avocado oil. Coconut oil – a stable saturated fat, and a rich fruit-based source of medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs). Simply a rich source of the ‘good fats’.
So here is the link to my Kind vegan butter enjoy everyone!!!
Ready to tantalize your tastebuds! Here’s a wonderful creamy and delicious raw vegan cream cheeze made with truffle oil and chopped green onion.
Jazz it up for the holidays with some veggies and fruit. I made stacks of cucumber slices filled with the cream cheese, and also filled some beautiful figs. Surprise your guests with these mouthfuls of yumminess! Vegan or not, they won’t be able to stop eating these! So, make plenty for these are sure to go!!
This cream cheeze is a cross between cream cheeze and Italian Marscapone cheeze, and I am sure you and your guests will enjoy. Here’s the link to the recipe for my truffle green onion cream cheeze….enjoy!!
What’s a sweet potato without that chipotle mayo to dip it in?? Can be used as a dip or a spread, and it goes well with anything. Let it be a slider or a coconut bacon, tomato and lettuce sandwich. Like the saying goes…I put this **** on anything 😛
Well here you go my vegan friends! It is fast and it is simple and the best part is . . . it’s yummy! To my non vegan friends: give it a go! You will be pleasantly surprised how good vegan mayo can be! Best part is no animals were harmed in preparing this mayo 🙂
Wanted to share a recipe of mine where you mix tofu and cashew and get a really nice creamy texture to the mayonnaise. It’s really simple to make and not expensive. As far back as I can remember mayo had that eggy taste, so After discovering black Indian salt, also called Kala Namak it was a sure given, to be one of the ingredient for this recipe.
If you can’t find it at your local Asian stores ( Indian stores ) you can get it online Black Indian salt
So enjoy and leave a comment and let me know how you like this recipe!