Here’s a caesar dressing that is egg and anchovy free, but packed with flavor. It’s not just a kid friendly salad, but one the whole family will love.
If you’ve been told you have to do a candida diet, then I have you covered with a starter pantry list, as well as some recipes to get you started on your healing journey.
This vegan roasted red pepper soup is creamy, uncomplicated and so easy to make. Once you make a homemade soup, you will never go back to the canned variety.
These vegan Mexican quinoa bowls have become a weekly staple in our house. They’re naturally vegan, but are full of flavor from the avocado tahini, and spicy chipotle tahini sauce. These bowls are jam packed with plant protein, as quinoa is a complete protein, and beans when paired with the quinoa, make a complete protein too. This bowl is balanced and satisfying from the slow burning carbs, healthy fats, plant protein, and will honestly sustain you for hours.
This miso tahini dressing is the perfect creamy dressing for warm quinoa or grain bowl, rice dishes, roasted vegetables, really anything Plain Jane staple that you want to add a pop of flavor and nutrition to. This dressing takes 5 minutes to whip up and uses 6 simple ingredients. It’s also dairy-free & vegan.
This buckwheat porridge is so easy to make, and is naturally gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan to boot, and the bonus is it takes under 15 minutes to whip up in the morning. This is the perfect breakfast to warm your insides on a cold fall or winter morning.
These chickpea flour pancakes are gluten-free, vegan and great for those on a candida cleanse. They only require 4 ingredients, chickpea flour, water, avocado oil and salt.
I’m a warm porridge breakfast gal, even in the summer. I like to warm and nourish my insides first thing in the morning. With that being said, I don’t want to “cook” anything from scratch in the morning, so if I can make something ahead and heat it up, then I’m a happy camper.
It dawned on me one morning as I was adding almond milk and spices to my leftover quinoa, that I could save myself 5 minutes, but making the golden milk ahead of time! This was an “a ha” moment for me and a hack I wanted to share those of you what want a warm breakfast too, but want something in under 5 minutes.
The holidays are a busy time, so today I’m sharing with you a recipe that I make often when life is busy, and I want to be able to have something that’s nourishing, but quick and easy to whip up at the same time.
Thanksgiving is next week and for those of you that are still putting your menu together, I thought I would share a few of my go-to Thanksgiving side dishes, as I’m the queen of side dishes. These sides are not just for Thanksgiving, but are great seasonal sides to accompany any fall or winter meal. They’re also all vegetarian, and mostly gluten-free to boot!