I, like many other bloggers, am addicted to Pinterest. I use it mostly to pin recipes, and yoga poses that I aspire to be able to do. I wanted to find an easy, quick and healthy dinner to make after work on Monday night, so I perused my Pinterest board to see what I had … More Pinterest-Inspired Dinner
My mom used to make this awesome Apricot Chicken, that was SO EASY. So, I took a stab at veganizing it. The original recipe calls for: Boneless skinless chicken breasts (eww) One packet of Lipton Onion Soup Mix (accidentally vegan) One bottle of Russian or Catalina Dressing One jar of Apricot preserves Preheat oven to … More Veganizing an old favorite: Apricot Chicken
Happy Monday, and the first day of Vegan MOFO! I’m going to shoot for 20 posts this month. That’s about 4 post a week, so I’ve got some blogging to do! Now that they weather is getting cooler (if you call 70 degrees cooler), I though it time to whip out the slow cooker and … More Happy Vegan MOFO!!
Everyone feels a little lazy now and then. Sometimes, I can barely muster up energy to put ingredients in a bowl, let alone chop and peel and dice. So, I’ve found some easy shortcuts that make cooking quick and easy. 1. Pre-chopped veggies: sure, it’s a little more expensive, but you can get pre-chopped onions, … More Vegan Shortcuts
On the weekends, I’m always looking for easy lunch recipes. This weekend, I turned to the Happy Herbivore and her Quick & Easy Black Bean Burgers. Only, I didn’t use black beans. I used Pinto Beans. And they were delish! They are super easy to mix and assemble (only six ingredients!!) They are also super … More Easy Burgers
I was inspired by Luminous Vegans post on veganizing Beef Stroganoff. D is also a big stroganoff fan, and that’s actually one of the first meals he ever made me (back when we were still eating animals). However, D doesn’t like mushrooms. So although Veggie Grette’s recipe for mushroom stroganoff looked and sounded delish, I … More Stroganoff Sans Mushrooms