Tropical Green Smoothie

If you're the type of person who steers clear of green smoothies, you have to try this one. If you drank it with your eyes closed, you would never guess it's green! It's got a flavor that will send you to a tropical island and you'll get your greens in at the same time. Ingredients: 1 … Continue reading Tropical Green Smoothie

Lemon Garlic Asparagus

When I was a kid, my mom would steam asparagus all the time and I would dip it mayo. I loved it. Times have seriously changed, though. You couldn't pay me enough to dip anything in mayo these days. And on top of that, my palate has changed and I now enjoy my vegetables crunchy rather … Continue reading Lemon Garlic Asparagus

Mexican Lasagna

After buying a pack of 12 tortillas, I did some research to see what I could make with them that would save us from having burritos every night. I found a recipe for a "Mexican Casserole" similar to this and tried it out. But something just wasn't right. My husband rated it a 6 out of 10. Ouch. … Continue reading Mexican Lasagna

Banango Smoothie

As you might expect, mangos are in just about every smoothie I make. And you guys loved the Mango Raspberry Smoothie recipe so much so here's another one to start your morning off right. This perfectly creamy drink will make your day. Ingredients: 2 fresh ripe bananas ½ scoop vegan vanilla protein powder 12 ounces frozen … Continue reading Banango Smoothie

Crispy Potato Wedges

If you're looking for a simple, high-carb meal that will satisfy your tummy and your taste buds, this is your recipe. These potatoes are clean, filling and delicious. Great for a main dish or even a small side. Ingredients: 2½ pounds gold potatoes 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon dried rosemary 1 tablespoon dried thyme 1 … Continue reading Crispy Potato Wedges

Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Capers

Pasta is a staple in our house. And it is for many vegans. So I get really happy when I find a recipe that doesn't require a lot of work. This recipe is perfect for a weeknight when you've inevitably got a lot going on. The flavors in this pasta are simple yet powerful. The … Continue reading Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Capers

Easy Wrapped Tostadas

Let me begin by saying, it's pronounced taws-tah-thah not toh-stah-duh. My hubby helped me channel my 3 years of high school Spanish to get that right. As we were playing around in the kitchen making standard open-face tostadas, we thought, "If we can wrap these up, it would be less messy to eat AND we could fit … Continue reading Easy Wrapped Tostadas