Whole grains are an excellent source of nutrition. They contain essential enzymes, iron, dietary fiber, vitamin E, and B-complex vitamins, and because the body absorbs grains slowly, they provide sustained and high-quality energy. However just because you're gluten free doesn't mean whole grains are off limits. Nutritionally, you want to try and add a whole grain to every meal to stay fuller longer. With grains, as with any food, you’ll want to experiment and find what works for you.
A dairy free version of one of my favorite comfort foods, this creamy cashew based Cajun sauce is tossed with zucchini noodles and crisp tender vegetables, then sprinkled with a miracle seed - Hemp Hearts, for a totally delicious and comforting meal thats vegan and gluten free.
Similar to my Korean Beef Bowl recipe, this soy free, gluten free, vegan version is just as good, if not better! The sauce perfectly soaks into the brown jasmine rice, with crisp tender asparagus and sauteed mushrooms. It's a quick dinner you can put together in minutes and tastes even better as leftovers.
A warm, hearty bowl of cabbage, kale, sweet potatoes and buttery lentils make for the perfect detoxing soup with nourishing ingredients and tons of flavor. Flavored with my Nourishing Green Sauce and garnished with the easiest Vegan Parmesan, this is sure to be a hit and could easily fool the meat eaters at your table.
Vegan, gluten-free, corn-free and totally satisfying - they even got the animated nod of approval from Ryan! Light yet filling and super easy to put together, these bean, green chile and jackfruit enchiladas are the perfect meatless-Monday meal or perfect for any day of the week!
Plant based deliciousness has arrived to my kitchen and I couldn't be more excited about it! This vegan alfredo spaghetti squash is the answer to my comfort food prayers, and for someone who has been eating dairy and cheese her whole life, I never would have guessed this was vegan.