This curry is so versatile. You can use any five cups of vegetables that your family prefer, even frozen peas and carrots work well.
This is a fun little treat to serve your company. The cake, drizzle and whipped cream can be made in advance for ease of entertaining, and for those who prefer, carob can easily be substituted.
A little reminiscent of a macaroon, these cookies are made from yummy healthy ingredients.
These delectable little crackers are gluten free, high protein and free from refined oils, but they are full of flavor and crispiness much to everyone’s delight.
Here’s a fairly simple but tasty recipe you can feed to your company with the abundance of summer squash that our gardens provide each summer. Hopefully it will keep them coming back for more!
This particular recipe has great texture and flavor that would enhance any Chinese cuisine. The “chicken” is soy curls, a natural unrefined soy product that absorbs the flavors provided by the sauce.
This whole-grain veggie stuffing, while not drowning in fat, does not lack for flavor or texture with the extra mushrooms, cashews and diced soy or gluten.
This dairy-free, egg-free pumpkin pie with it’s nice creamy texture keeps you wanting one more piece! It is so simple, that anyone can make it. If pie crusts aren’t your thing, you can always purchase a whole-wheat one at the store.
This recipe can be a starter for a fancy winter meal or just a good everyday soup for cold weather. I often keep some portioned in the freezer to compliment a quick lunch.