This is the easiest salad to make. I have new Veggie Bullet Spiralizer that makes several sizes of noodles, or zoodles if you are using zucchini. Today, I wanted small zoodles, so I whipped up this Angel Hair Zucchini Salad With Figs, Toasted Pistachios and Garlic Cream. It is quick, easy and delicious.
Dinner in on in less than 30 minutes with this Power Greens Stirfry With Hot Peanut Dressing. Full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber, this scrumptious dish is also vegan, gluten free and dairy free.
Mulberry Oat Bars With Coconut Maple Glaze. When you have a sweet tooth, but don’t want the artificial colors, preservatives and additives that are found in many processed bars, you can make your own delicious mulberry oat bars with coconut maple glaze and have a dessert that is totally additive free. These bars are vegan, gluten free and dairy free, and have so many good and healthy ingredients that you will absolutely love.
When you don’t have much time to make lunch or dinner, (which is most days), it is so great to look in the refrigerator or pantry and find that you have all the ingredients for a special and tasty dish. In my kitchen, that would be these Smoky Jackfruit Tacos With Jalapeno Creme. I always have corn tortillas, a can of jackfruit, fresh garlic, cashews and of course avocados, as they are basic staples in my kitchen. The greens and grated cabbage provide color, fiber and vitamins to the tacos, and when you top them with the jalapeno creme…wow, the flavor is incredible!
I have been growing my own basil for awhile now, and when it is flourishing, I love to make pesto. There are many interesting dishes that you can create with pesto, but today, I added roasted vegetables and pasta to make a delicious and unique flavor. This roasted tomato and brussel sprouts pasta with pesto has a rich garlic flavor that adds that extra yum. Gluten free, dairy free and vegan–you can’t get healthier or more delicious than this.