When you eat gluten-free, there’s a lot to miss on Thanksgiving – and a few minefields to boot. The turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, and salads are usually pretty safe – but...
Tableside conversations notwithstanding, it’s tough out there for a vegan on Thanksgiving. Aside from the most basic salad and the cranberry sauce, there’s not much that’s safe to eat. Or is there?! The truth is, mainstream Thanksgiving side dishes...
This crustless pumpkin pie might just be the easiest you’ll ever make. Simply blend the ingredients together, pour into your pie pan, and bake!
Sweet potatoes simmered in coconut milk until tender, whipped until smooth, and topped with a warm maple syrup and pecan mixture. Dairy-free and delicious!
Rich and creamy vegan non-dairy pumpkin spice coffee creamer! It’s so simple – just cashews, pumpkin, spices, maple syrup, and water. Cozy up!
I may be a vegetarian, but for witches’ fingers recipes I make an exception. Luckily for me, real witches’ fingers are a little difficult to obtain, so I have to go with a meat substitute....
Fall soup gone hearty! Or is it hearty black bean soup gone autumn? Either way, this mash-up of two favorite is a warming, satiating affair.
This thick, hearty vegetarian pumpkin chili is just different enough to be special, but still tastes mainstream enough to appeal to most everyone. It’s the perfect fall chili!
Spiralized sweet potatoes tossed with spinach, drenched in peanut sauce, and topped with crunchy peanuts. Increase the protein factor by topping with baked tofu or – if any carnivores are at your table – some grilled chicken.
Perfect hard-boiled eggs in just 5 minutes cooking time! Easy cook, easy peel, easy peasy all around. These days, this is is the only way I make my hard-boiled eggs.
This homemade applesauce boasts an unusual ingredient in place of traditional sugar – pureed dates! Dates give it a warm, almost caramelly sweetness that I’m completely in love with. You can use any apple, but I recommend honeycrisps. They make a delicious applesauce.
Made with sticky-sweet Medjool dates, creamy almond butter, and pure vanilla extract, this healthier take on caramel apple dip makes the whole apple-a-day thing even more of a treat.