With this collection of recipes, you will rock in your kitchen. These videos will make it easy for you to get the food fast on your table. Who does not like Mac and Cheese or this damn vegan burger? The spinach lasagne will be welcome even to the ones who do usually not like spinach. it tastes fantastic! And for the dessert this 100% vegan, delicious lavender cheesecake which will make everybody love you for preparing it, it does not even need an oven, only high-speed food processors are needed. Look at the Cheesy Corn and Smashed Avocado Quesadillas and the Eggplant Burger on page 3, yummy! A favorite will be the Tacos with Nut-Mince, Salsa, Guac or the comforting Quinoa Stuffed Peppers.
All plant-based, nutritious, natural ingredients that will keep the eaters of this international vegan collection healthy and satisfied. Throw a party for friends and family, rock the kitchen and this vegan food collection will knock their socks off, even if they are non-vegan. Remember it is world vegan month and some may convert and eat more plant-based food. If one try’s this awesome food vegan collection? Why not? Have fun!
A Vegan Food Collection That Will Knock Your Socks Off
MAC & CHEESE
How about some creamy mac and cheese cooked vegan style?
What’s a celebration without some juicy burger? Sandwiched between soft buns, the burger is made of a yummy black bean patty smeared with ketchup, vegan mayo and topped with veggies and fresh pickles.
Gorge on a beautiful plate of vegan spinach lasagna and pair it with your favorite wine for the complete World Vegan Day celebration!
What’s a recipe list without some sinful cheesecake to top it off? Try this 100% vegan and utterly delicious no-bake lavender cheesecake that will turn your world around.
Ingredients:250g of peas ,One garlic clove,One tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for drizzling,One lemon, zested and juiced, One 400g tin of chickpeas, drained (two tablespoons of brine reserved) and rinsed,Two tablespoons of tahini paste, Handful of mint leaves, roughly sliced, plus extra to garnish,Handful of chives, chopped.Crudités, to serve,Griddled pita, to serve Get Method for the two recipes
Roasted cauliflower is the perfect foil for the unctuous black bean hummus. With eggplant back in season, you could try this tart – it boasts fragrant Middle Eastern flavours from crust to filling. It’s a great substitute for quiche and blends together cashews and peas to bind this tart into a great lunch.
Quinoa is a great belly-filler, while pesto will provide that herb kick you’re looking for. Stuffed peppers are real heart-warmers – a classic for vegans wanting to have a comforting meal. But with plenty of pesto on top, there’s no way the quinoa and zucchini filling will leave your palate bored.
Silken tofu will add a very different texture to what many people are used to, but it’s worth experimenting with. There aren’t many dinners that are quicker than a good stir-fry. This one won’t be your regular stir-fry because the silken tofu will bring a softer texture than what you might expect.
Tacos are the ultimate, easy weeknight dinner Tacos are perfect – spicy, filling and fragrant. Nadia Lim’s recipe, which includes a flavour-packed nut mince, will leave both meat eaters and vegans happy. If you’re looking for nachos instead, you could try this recipe – just make sure you use vegan substitutes for the cheese and sour cream.
The Eggplant Crunchburger
This Eggplant Crunchburger is a vegan take on a famous celebrity chef’s burger. Topped with vegan cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion and a homemade horseradish mustard mayo spread, this burger is big, it’s messy, and it’s incredibly delicious.
Cheesy Corn and Smashed Avocado Quesadillas
These Cheesy Corn and Smashed Avocado Quesadillas may feel like a total comfort food indulgence, but they are remarkably healthy! The “cheese” is made with corn, nutritional yeast, garlic, and salt, and with the avocado and cherry tomatoes, these are pretty well-rounded ingredient-wise. Who knew ooey-gooey deliciousness could be so wholesome?
If you need help with losing weight and keeping on track, the Bright Line Eating program is a great program to support. It is based on cutting edge psychology and neuroscience. Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. It is focused on establishing healthier eating habits and is also compatible with a vegan diet.