6 Classic Vegan Holiday Recipes and Year Round Cookbooks

6 Classic Vegan Holiday Recipes and Year Round Cookbooks

The extra pounds in January are earned after the holiday’s hard work (as we eat holiday left-overs). If you want to eat tasty dishes and be a healthy being at the same time, this article is for you. I’ll introduce you to some delicious recipes for your Holiday dishes with a vegan twist. Scroll down …

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A Healthy Vegan Diet NEEDS Good Fats

To keep our nutrition balanced and our bodies nourished, we must eat fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, aka plant-based, and avoid all animal products. This is something that all vegans can vehemently agree on. However, many people, both vegan and omnivorous, still believe that a healthy diet contains little to no fat. This blanket statement …

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vegan corn cheese recipe

3 Ingredient Vegan Corn Cheese Recipe (No Soy!)

When you go vegan, your definition of what you consider “cheese” is stretched pretty far. This vegan cheese recipe doesn’t exactly taste like real cheese, but it makes a great substitute for cheese on dishes like pizza, mac n’ cheese, casseroles, tortillas, and a whole bunch more. Most importantly, it is really easy to make and doesn’t require any special ingredients. Feel free to go crazy with the spices and adjust it to your liking!

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kale bread recipe

Green Kale Bread Recipe

As a mother of a small child, I am always looking for new ways to get my kid to eat leafy greens. I put them in smoothies and homemade green popsicles. I put them in hummus. I put them in the water before cooking rice or couscous. This green kale bread recipe is another sneaky way I get more greens into her growing body.

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vegan pancakes with walnuts and hibiscus jam

Foolproof Vegan Pancakes Recipe

Vegan pancakes is one of the first recipes you will need to master after going vegan.  This vegan pancake recipe is super simple to make, doesn’t require any special ingredients other than flax meal (which is a vegan staple), and can be really easily adjusted.  I particularly like putting walnuts and berries into the batter, but feel free to get creative!

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curried vegan phyllo pockets

Curried Phyllo Pockets with Mushroom, Potatoes and Peas – Vegan

I usually don’t make recipes like this. My typical recipes require just one pan and 20 minutes (exactly the amount of time it takes for my daughter to watch an episode of Dora the Explorer). But, for special occasions where you want a can’t-go-wrong recipe for lots of people, these phyllo pockets are fantastic. If you’ve got a vegan potluck dinner planned, this recipe is sure to be a hit! Oh, and they really don’t take much time or effort to make 🙂

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lacto fermented kohlrabi pickles

Fermented Vegetables Recipe: Kohlrabi Pickles

I live in Eastern Europe where you can almost always find this funny stem vegetable called kohlrabi.   It can be eaten raw or cooked but, honestly, I find the taste a bit bland and boring.   It does have a really nice crunch to it, is a good source of many vitamins and minerals, and is very refreshing because of its high water content inside.   I was trying to figure out something to do with kohlrabi when it dawned on me: pickled kohlrabi!

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