I can appreciate that my idea of dessert may well be wide of the mark of traditional family fare. But these low fat, high protein and minimal sugar treats are really something to consider if you are trying to eat healthy. Come on! Have you ever heard of a slice […]
Hummus night has to be my favorite family meal. We make two versions of low fat hummus dip (one extra spicy) and home made Tzatziki (yogurt and cucumber). Last night I decided to add a new dish to our middle east buffet and came up with my version of a wheat free tabouli. The fresh […]
My last cookie experiment of the day is a little popper that melts in your mouth but won’t stick to your hips! We make our own peanutbutter from dry roasted peanuts but if you use store bought peanut butter you may want to omit the honey
1 can organic navy beans (drained) ½ cup peanut […]
Here’s another minimally sweet crunchy treat to help satisfy a cookie craving but without all the fat, calories or guilt!
1½ cups whole wheat flour ½ cup wheat bran 1 tsp baking powder 1 cup peanuts 1 cup water 2 apples (cored and quartered) 2 dates
I like to use whole grain spelt flour in […]
I saw a post in my Facebook newsfeed today from a dear friend from high school who pondered her sanity for cutting back on sugar during Halloween and the upcoming holidays and I offered to send her some of my minimal sweet desserts. And while I was hoping for pies or cakes both of which […]
I love when a friend stops by near supper time. My casual kitchen (read that pots and pans in the sink) is always open and our dinner table can always fit one (or more!) place settings. Last night we were having a very casual and cold plate — tofu-tuna salad, which is perfect for our […]
Go ahead! Click on this photo to see it up close … then click again to ZOOM in! Take a real good look. If you close your eyes you can even SMELL the meat cooking on the grill. For folks who miss the meat in their vegan lifestyle, this mixed […]
My Thanksgiving buffet this year consisted of a homemade Seitain Roast, bread stuffing, “pan” gravy, cranberry-mango sauce, roasted eggplant and red pepper humus lasagna, mashed potatoes, steamed green beans with salted almond slivers, fresh Italian antipasto with marinated mushrooms, mozzarella cheese and veggie ham and turkey slices, and no less than five holiday pies!
A wonderful dish for a holiday meal or anytime you are feeding a full table. This recipe comes from our cookbook, The 30-Day Vegetarian for the Hummus Lasagna with the substitution of a new product I found called Butler Soy Curls for the middle layer.
4 Cans Organic Garbanzo Beans 3 Red Bell […]