It is Taco Tuesday, and as far as I am concerned, everyday can be Taco Tuesday. Corn tortillas are the one thing that those on a gluten free diet can eat without feeling like they have resorted to an inadequate substitute for the gluten version. Genuine tacos are made with corn tortillas, so there is no deprivation or sacrifice involved. This vegan version of Tofu Cauliflower Kale Tacos with marinated tofu, cauliflower, kale and peppers is light and healthy and the tangy lemon mint crème, makes them feel like a treat. If you enjoy a lower carbohydrate meal, you can serve the stirfy topped with the lemon mint crème, without the tortillas.
I woke up today, and it was snowing. A day like this needs comfort food, and this Hearty Provencal Vegetable Soup With Pesto, is just that. I made this soup in 30 minutes and tossed in zucchini, carrots, potatoes, gf pasta, rice and quinoa, onions, and topped with pesto and raw parmesan. So cozy and comforting.
It is Superbowl Sunday, and usually that means snacks and junk food. Before that fun part of the day, start out with this vegan Superbowl Breakfast Bowl. Yes, there is political commentary in this photo….let there be peace on earth!
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There is nothing like a good sit down, have time to enjoy it, breakfast. This smokey tofu breakfast scramble is ready in 20 minutes, and allows you to languish over your breakfast, while still enjoying a nutritious and filling meal that is not just carbs.
There is nothing as filling as a big vegetable buddha bowl. The robust compilation of vegetables makes it perfect to put together on the weekend, so if you get busy during the week, you have no excuse not to indulge in something healthy and delicious. This combination bowl has sweet potatoes, cabbage, mushrooms, tomatoes, rice/quinoa, red and yellow peppers and brussel sprouts. If you don’t have these exact ingredients, don’t worry– delicious, beautiful and healthy bowls can be created with any vegetables that you have in your refrigerator.