This one is all about summer. Sweet corn right off the cob, fresh zucchini, and a gorgeous green basil oil to finish. A risotto that’s worthy of a special occasion but also equally perfect for a simple one-pot weeknight dinner!
Sweet watermelon paired with salty tofu “feta” – the perfect combo! Super easy and simple; I love this summertime appetizer.
A fresh, healthy, make-ahead appetizer made with a creamy sunflower seed and fresh dill pâté. Garnish how you like depending on the season.
We got back from our last camping trip of the summer a few days ago, and it’s good to be settled back in, sleeping in real beds and showering in non-scary showers and not...
Super fresh and easy! Juicy summer fruits tossed in a zingy, lemony, dairy-free yogurt dressing.
Unbelievably creamy, refreshing, and possibly even borderline healthy, these vegan tarts are made with cashews, avocado, and loads of lime juice. A pureed blueberry swirl adds even more summery flavor and gorgeous color to boot.
Well hello there! How’ve you been? We’re just idling away on summer time still – alternating between getting stuff done and getting absolutely nothing done. We spent last weekend camping on Marrowstone Island in...
Summer … well … isn’t the best time for me blog-wise. Once July rolls around, my motivation is … how shall we say … lagging. Lacking. Lazy. If I put a positive spin on it, I’m...
Chickpeas and tahini lend an addicting creaminess to classic gazpacho. Cool, refreshing, and hearty – the perfect summer dinner!
Moist chocolate sheet cake smothered in vanilla buttercream and decorated with berries. This festive flag cake is as cute as it is delicious. The cake itself is already vegan; the buttercream can easily be made vegan too!
This cold pasta salad is packed with refreshing cukes, carrots, sweet bell peppers, and scallions – then drenched in a creamy almond-butter sesame dressing. Make it ahead of time for easy lunches, dinners, or picnic and potluck fare.
Sweet cherry tomatoes are perfect in pico de gallo! Just cut ’em in half and you’ve got a super chunky pico de gallo that can eat like a condiment OR a salad.