Oil-Free ‘Hummus’ (Garbanzo Smash) with Roasted, Skewered Veggies
Have you ever found yourself holding a single zucchini, summer squash, onion, and a handful of mushrooms while thinking 'How can I stretch this to feed the family'?
Set that fancy toaster oven to 350 degrees F.; wash and slice your vegetables; then, skewer them for roasting!
Pizza-Flavored Spaghetti Squash
Since I've posted several other spaghetti squash recipes, I won't dwell on the beauty and nutrient profile of this meal. I'll remind busy people that it's one of the fastest, most satisfying, aromatic, and texture-rich meals out there!
This version took a total of 20 minutes, start to finish. ...
Spaghetti Squash with Olive Bruschetta GF
Looking for a new way to serve your squash 'noodles'? This combo is dynamite! Continuing with the Italian theme of 'pasta' dishes, I felt using an olive bruschetta would be a great replacement for marinara sauce-based toppings.
Plants are so beautiful and colorful. This is a great dish to show ...
An easy, refreshing, tasty appetizer exists! This nutrient-dense snack food is always a hit. Feel free to replace white beans with chickpeas, hummus style; or, blend the two for variety!
Raw Vegan GF Zoodles Puttanesca-variation
A trip to Italy may not be feasible today, but in under 15 minutes time, you can imagine yourself there while consuming this amazing bursting-with-nutrients Puttanesca variation, shown here with ‘zoodles’ (zucchini noodles).
I have a simple $5 hand-noodling tool for vegetables, which makes ...
GF Vegan Basil and Olive Spaghetti
The adults appreciate the crunch. The Celiac-strugglers appreciate that it’s gluten-free; the vegans appreciate that it’s completely absent of animal products! That beautiful ‘cheese’ on top is purely a blend of raw cashews and dried garlic with a dash of salt. I topped it with a lycopene...
Stuffed Portobello Caps
This is an excellent way to expand small portions of vegetables into a full meal! Especially nourishing in the cold sun-deprived winter months, mushrooms (especially when exposed to isolated spectrum lighting) produce levels of vitamin D which most people living north of the equator are notoriously ...