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