Why a farewell? This is my very last post here on the Key Ingreident blog. I have loved sharing my vegan recipes with all of you the past few years and I will miss writing for you every week.
Every send off needs a little chocolate, so here are some of my favorite vegan chocolate recipes that I’ve shared here.
Be sure to connect with me through Pinterst to see all the new vegan recipes I’m working on.
I hope 2015 is your best year ever!
How has your January been? Are you still keeping all your resolutions? Today I have an easy and clean recipe that your whole family will love from Eat Clean Live Well by Terry Walters, published by Sterling Epicure and is printed here with their permission.
Buckwheat noodles are cooked with mushrooms, onion, daikon, collards and carrot are tossed in an Asian sesame soy sauce. This is so much better than take out and you can make it in less time than it takes to drive and pick some food up!
There are dozens of simple and healthy recipes in Eat Clean Live Well which will keep you on the nutritional straight and narrow. Terry’s recipes taste great and if you make your weekly meal plan from her newest book you can’t go wrong.
January is half over. How are you feeling? Did you add some new foods to your diet? Smoothies are a great way to sneak in extra fruit and vegetables into your day.
It’s easy to get my picky eater to drink a smoothie because it seems like a treat. It also hides some of the things she’s not fond of and helps me add them to her daily diet.
I have 4 smoothies for you to try today form some of my favorite vegan bloggers. I hope you like them as much as I do!
Beets are a controversial subject. It has more than its share of haters. This smoothie has hints of vanilla and lime all mixed in with kale and berries. I’ll take one any morning!
Here’e a smoothie that has some chocolate in it. It’s a cherry bonbon that you can be proud of yourself for having. Good for you and good tasting can be one in the same.
Apple, ginger, cinnamon and walnuts are in this rich smoothie. It also has avocado, greens and vanilla protein powder. This is a filling breakfast that will stay with you longer than some smoothies.
Yes, you did read that right – this one is a smoothie bowl. I like to think of them as bowls of healthy dessert. Richa blends blueberries and chocolate with hazelnut and hemp. She has the option to use vanilla vegan ice cream or a frozen banana depending on how decadent you want to be.
What’s your go-to smoothie or breakfast drink?