When both vegetarians and meat-eaters are at the Halloween party, what’ll feed both? Mummy dogs, that’s what! Wrap up both veggie dogs and classic hot dogs and everyone’s happy.
Deep, dark, rich, moist, and luxuriously everything Devil’s Food cake should be – but vegan!
Vegan comfort food to the max. Butternut squash, garlic, smoked paprika … pureed into a velvety sauce that smothers al dente whole wheat penne. And then sprinkled with herbed bread crumbs, and baked until bubbly and golden-brown. Mmmm.
This veggie-packed soup has a lovely, easy hit of flavor thanks to curry powder. With its chickpeas, veggies, and barley, it makes for a super hearty (and delicious) dinner.
A surprisingly simple autumnal risotto made with pumpkin puree and a secret ingredient for an umami boost. Plus, a toasted hazelnut and crispy fried sage leaf garnish that take it over the top!
Super-fluffy, tall, yet moist pumpkin pancakes. Yes, you can have it all in a pumpkin pancake!
“Must. Have. Granite!” Ah, House Hunter watchers of many seasons past surely remember hearing that battle cry over and over and over (and over). Granite and stainless steel, the must-haves of the 90s and...
I know, I know … white kitchens are everywhere. But you know, they’re everywhere because they’re awesome, amiright?! At least … I think so. I wanted a light, bright, white kitchen for years, and...
Rosemary, garlic, and smoked paprika lend depth of flavor to this thick, creamy, dreamy pasta-and-bean soup. Drizzle with olive oil and serve with a hunk of bread and you’ve got just about the coziest dinner ever!
Super moist, sturdy-yet-tender, and full of flavor. This classic banana bread recipe hits all the marks – no dairy necessary!
Crisp veggies. Crunchy cashews. And tofu for the vegans or chicken for the meat-eaters. All in a savory-sweet, slightly spicy sauce. This recipe cooks up in two pans at the same time, so the process can be a bit hectic. But it’s well worth the effort!
Fall served up cold. A chilled coconut-milk-based pumpkin cream tops icy cold brew for the perfect bridge between summer and fall. Give yourself lead time with this one: The cream floats best when it’s refrigerated first.