This hearty veggie chili is delicious when you make it in the cold winter months, and it’s perfect for that active person who loves winter sports. Jam-packed with beans, chickpeas, veggies, and spices, this recipe is warming and has the right nutrients you need to get fueled up this winter!
Who doesn’t love a good mac ‘n cheese? Vegan chef Jason Wrobel switches up the traditional comfort food recipe with vegan style and superfood ingredients. This just may be one of those moments in your life when you realize you’ve really outdone yourself!
So, winter is officially here; we've had gray and gloomy skies for days. We finally had snow that didn't melt straight away when it fell. Temps are calling for sweaters, hats, and scarves. It's definitely cozy soup weather.
Kelp is a type of seaweed which has zero calories but lots of nutrients. Kelp contains about seventy minerals and is known to improve digestion and metabolism. This is a satisfying, healthful dish packed with vitamin E, iodine, vitamin C, and live enzymes. This dish also provides a good amount of protein and amino acids, giving you a zest for life.
Sprinkling some Za’atar on top of each serving adds a lovely complementary flavor to the other spices and makes it aesthetically appealing. That’s right, my food has to look good, too! Don’t have Za’atar and want your food to look awesome for your guests? Sprinkle some black pepper and sesame seeds on it. They’ll think you’re a wiz in the kitchen. It’s that simple.
It is possible to get a creamy broccoli soup without cream or cheese. This cuts out a lot of saturated fat and animal proteins that can be hard on the body. This delicious soup is also raw, preserving all the nutrients and enzymes. You can allow the food processor or blender to warm it slightly for you if you like. Enjoy a simple, fast, and super healthy soup for lunch today!
I haven't found a store-bought commercial vegan cheese that I like yet. So, I make a lot of homemade vegan cheeses since my family is pretty much still addicted to cheese, but we don't want to go to the dark side.
This soup tastes just like traditional cheesy potato soup and comes together quick enough for hurried weeknights without having to make or buy any vegan cheeses. It's made with simple ingredients that should be in most well-stocked vegan pantries.
One of my favorite fall foods is butternut squash. You can grill it, puree it, bake it, add it to salads, and so much more. The Australians call it butternut pumpkin, as you can find this winter squash has a sweet, nutty flavor similar to pumpkin. It has a deep orange color that is full of carotenoids, famous for protecting against heart disease. In addition, the gourd’s high level of beta-carotene offers your body a ton of vitamin A. Finally, butternut squash is naturally high in fiber and low in fat, giving it just one more reason to add it to all of your fall recipes.
Are you getting your daily servings of vegetables in? You need at least four servings of vegetables everyday, and it's better if they're raw and colorful. So I've created a recipe that will help you get in a couple servings of very colorful veggies, some healthy fats, and a delicious lunch! Enjoy!
Celebrity Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel creates a delicious comfort food chowder that’s full of antioxidants and superfoods. This recipe comes out with a beautiful purple color that’s sure to delight any kids in your household. This chowder would be great as a dish in a rainbow themed meal!
Celebrity Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel creates a fantastic raw vegan holiday recipe that’s a little on the lighter side. We begin by creating the sauce and you can use your favorite noodles or some spiralized squash. Dress it up with pumpkin seeds, oil, and sage leaves. Voila! Another way to use that pumpkin you’re so fond of!
There are dozens of ways you can use it from here, but we recommend this one. Pumpkin puree makes this chili thick, smooth, filling, and delicious. Most people won’t be able to guess your secret ingredient, but they’ll know this recipe has something special going on as they head back for more.