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vegan baked onion rings
Appetizers, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Oven Dishes, Sides, Snacks, Vegetables

Vegan Baked Onion Rings

These vegan baked onion rings are fun to make and yummy to eat! Just slice an onion, separate the rings, dip, and bake! Maybe the kids could even help make these! The batter on these onion rings is made with plant based milk. I used oat milk because of its thickness, which worked great, but […]

deviled baby potatoes
Appetizers, Easter, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Southern US Cuisine, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Deviled Baby Potatoes

These deviled baby potatoes are a perfect replacement for deviled eggs! You will be able to take these to picnics and cookouts all spring and summer long and everyone will love them. I tried a few different recipes for deviled potatoes before I decided to create my own. Using good, old-fashioned ingredients (with a vegan […]

jambalaya soup
Cajun Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, Soups, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes, Vegetables

Jambalaya Soup

This soup is a great feature dish for a Mardi Gras menu. It’s a spicy, delicious jambalaya soup with a full tomato and vegetable flavor and a perfect little bite of heat. You can serve it with crackers, a crusty bread, or vegan cornbread for southern authenticity! A few things you can do ahead before […]

Cajun Cuisine, Southern US Cuisine, Spice Mixes

Cajun and Creole Spice Mixes

What are the differences between Cajun and Creole spice mixes and their cultures? Cajuns are French colonists from the Acadia region of Canada who immigrated to Louisiana after the British conquest of Canada in the 1700s. Creole describes the descendants of the Cajuns, and of the Spanish and Africans, who were born in Louisiana to […]

cajun baked okra
Appetizers, Cajun Cuisine, Father's Day, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Game Day, Gluten Free Option, Lunch & Dinner, One Pot Dishes, Oven Dishes, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Vegetables

Cajun Baked Okra

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 […]

hoppin' john black-eyed peas
Cajun Cuisine, Entrees, Gluten Free Option, Lunch & Dinner, New Year's Eve, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes

Hoppin’ John Black-Eyed Peas

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. […]