Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

When I think of chocolate chip cookies, what comes to mind is decadent gooey chocolate nestled in the chewy center of a cookie that melts in the mouth. When looking for a chewy cookie though, quite often you see recipes that call for butter or eggs. Both are phenomenal for making that perfect soft cookie,…

Vegan Sweet Bread

Bread is by far one of the most comforting foods I know how to make. If I had to choose between fresh baked bread or hugs for the rest of my life, it would be a pretty tough call. Bread would probably win, let’s be honest. Bread was one of the easiest vegan conversions for…

Simplest Stir Fried Vegetables

Sometimes, I just like things to be simple, quick, and to the point, especially with food.  That’s why when I have a lot of vegetables on hand and I am not sure what to do with them, I default to stir-fried. What’s great about stir-frying is that it doesn’t matter what vegetables you have–all of…

My Newest Addiction: Carrot Fries

As I mentioned last week, I’m not a big fan of raw vegetables. I don’t know why I can’t train myself to find them amazingly delicious, but I just can’t. I like them warm and tender and–barring celery and broccoli–I just don’t like them any other way. Lately, my go-to method of cooking vegetables is…

Cabbage as a [Partial] Ground Beef Substitute

Two weeks ago, my husband found cabbage heads for 10 cents each at the grocery store. He bought the biggest cabbage he could find and brought it home, saying, “What can you do with this?” The only two dishes that came to mind were coleslaw and spring rolls. I made two large batches of each……

Roasted Garlic Cheddar Bread

Anytime I list off my favorite kinds of bread, people will put a hand on my shoulder and interrupt me, saying, “Did you just say ‘roasted garlic cheddar bread?’” I can practically see the saliva forming when I mention that this one loaf of bread has an entire head of garlic and a quarter cup of…