This recipe for basic vegan baked doughnuts is so good! These homemade donuts (American slang spelling) taste just like store bought doughnuts. The flavor holds up and stays fresh until they are gone. You can refrigerate them for a few days, too. These doughnuts are delicious, light, and non-greasy – doughnuts that everyone will love. […]
Category: Gluten Free Option
Recipes that can easily be made gluten free by using the correct gluten free ingredients.
You might want to double or triple this crowd-pleasing Cajun baked okra recipe! Tasty as a stand alone appetizer or snack, this okra is also a great side dish. Add it to soups or veggies for a boost in flavor. It would be a perfect addition to any southern or Cajun meal. You need it […]
This delicious two olive tapenade is made with black olives and green pimiento-stuffed olives. Blended with garlic and stone ground mustard, the tapenade can be used as a sandwich spread or served as a dip with your favorite chips. It would also be delicious with bruschetta. The original recipe calls for additional olive oil, but […]
Sun dried tomato pesto is such a great addition to pasta and appetizers. The zesty zing of the tomatoes, along with the garlic and fresh basil, makes a little flavor party in your mouth. I recently used this pesto in an appetizer recipe for Sun Dried Tomato Asparagus Appetizers, along with a vegan parmesan recipe. […]
I love having cheezy vegan parmesan to sprinkle on pasta, pizza and veggies. It just adds that little bit of “oomph” to a dish. And since it’s made with nuts and nutritional yeast, it actually adds nutrients to your meal! I made vegan parmesan for the first time this week – I’m so glad I […]
No one is sure where Hoppin’ John black-eyed peas originated. Some believe the recipe may have come from Louisiana and the French Creole name for pigeon peas, which are similar to black-eyed peas. The French Creole term for pigeon peas is “pois a pigeon,” which is pronounced “pwah peeJon.” This explanation makes great sense to me. […]