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Granny Apple Rice

In Pasta, Rice, and Grains, Recipes, Thanksgiving 2016 by Lori Hill0 Comments

This vegan rice recipe is another great discovery from the Simply in Season Children’s Cookbook I picked up years ago at Ten Thousand Villages when I had the idealistic image of our sons cooking in the kitchen with me. Yeah right. So the adult uses the cookbook, not the children. The recipes in the cookbook are more vegetarian than vegan, …

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Onion & Zucchini Pakora

In Appetizers and Snacks, Recipes, Super Bowl, Thanksgiving 2016 by Lori Hill0 Comments

  Pakora is a fried snack, originally from India. This Onion & Zucchini Pakora pops with flavor thanks to the cilantro, onions and spices. It’s made vegan by making one simple switcheroo:  dairy-free yogurt for traditional yogurt and it’s gluten-free thanks to garbanzo bean flour. This recipe is great for entertaining because all your guests can enjoy it! 

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Kale Yeah! Bruschetta

In Appetizers and Snacks, Recipes, Super Bowl, Thanksgiving 2016 by Lori Hill1 Comment

Recently, our CSA shared this recipe for Dinosaur Kale, Tomato and White Bean Soup which could easily be veganified with vegetable stock. But not being in the mood to make soup, my husband John suggested preparing it as a salad or a side dish.  Looking over the ingredients which included cannellini beans, I was reminded of the most amazing bruschetta recipe I discovered …

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Darn Good Dip

In Appetizers and Snacks, Recipes, Super Bowl, Thanksgiving 2016 by Lori Hill3 Comments

I created this dip when I was trying  a recipe for salad dressing from Gathered Table that I discovered from our weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). The original recipe called for fish sauce and plain yogurt and suggested replacing some of the yogurt with mayonnaise for a tangier recipe. So I veganified it by using Just Mayo, a vegan mayonnaise substitute, instead of yogurt …

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Secret Chocolate Cake

In Desserts, Recipes, Thanksgiving 2016 by Lori Hill4 Comments

This is a recipe I found in the cookbook Simply in Season Children’s Cookbook. The “secret” to this chocolate cake is that it contains beets! As a kid, I was not fond of beets (my mother served us canned beets which still makes me shudder), but this is a fun — if not sneaky — way to get them some vegetables in …

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Updated Green Bean Casserole

In Recipes, Sides, Thanksgiving 2016 by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

Most everyone has had Green Bean Casserole. You know, the thing your family always made with the condensed mushroom soup, some milk and canned green beans (or fresh, if you were lucky!). We decided it was time to give this recipe a facelift. Our version is vegan and can easily be gluten-free. It’s also got some fun, new ingredients, like …

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Leftover Cranberry Sauce Muffins

In Appetizers and Snacks, Breakfast & Brunch, Recipes, Thanksgiving 2016 by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl1 Comment

In my family, even if someone makes homemade cranberries, there is still a can-shaped tube of jellied cranberry sauce on the holiday table. Next thing you know, it’s the day after Thanksgiving. And you have a leftover mass of jiggling cranberry sauce. Many times I have wondered what to do with all the leftover cranberry sauce.  Now that problem has …