Recipes

Created for my weekly Fox 2 segment and correlating blog post on vegetables in the allium family, this sauce features raw garlic, shallots and chives! If you are a garlic and onion lover, you'll dig this one!  

This insanely delicious gravy with chunks of sliced (or diced) mushrooms is great slathered on anything, especially my Plant-based Turkey Roast!

With all the flavors and none of the cholesterol, be thankful this Thanksgiving we can surround ourselves with friends, family, and really great health supporting foods. And- don't forget the gravy!

Stop the presses!How do you get America's favorite snack to be low sodium and super low in fat and calories? You skip the butter (not sorry) and spray on pickle juice so that your nutritional yeast and other seasonings stick!

There is a pumpkin everything, and why not include hummus on that list! The chickpeas and cumin help balance out the sweetness of the season's favorite squash and I think you'll love the velvety flavor!

Popping with flavors from dill and artichokes, this creamy and chunky (not heavy!) soup is simply delightful! Make once and eat for a few days! I have also added a good amount of greens to this - what a great way to get those in! Because let's be real, do you really want a salad when it's 45-degrees...

This vegan Mexican Street Corn is everything you love about grilled Mexican street corn without the dairy! Fresh, sweet corn on the cob (elotes), or sliced off the cob (esquites), is slathered with my delicious mayo, cilantro, lime, and a dash of spice! An easy summer side dish recipe!

Here's a great way to hide a whole lot of spinach in your life! This deliciously simple soup is PACKED with plant-based protein, iron and calcium!

I have been freezing my blocks of tofu for a few years now and it's a game changer! Using this method actually allows the marinade to penetrate into the block, creating a much more flavorful tofu! Read on for more!

Step aside Popeye, We've got iron overload (in a good way) in this hummus! What a great way to get in the greens, especially if you are tired of salads.