Dessert? Breakfast? Brunch? Who knows, but if you try this recipe you will agree with us when we say that it's out of this world! A plant based recipe that is so easy to make and is perfect for hot summer days, with overnight oats on the bottom and strawberry banana ice cream on top, you may just think it's time for dessert with this breakfast recipe. To make this recipe an easy process, make sure to prepare the following the night before: Place bananas and strawberries in the freezer and prepare the overnight oats recipe that is listed below.
A perfectly chocolatey and delicious brownie recipe that is 100% animal product free. Sweet potato brownies have been making a splash on the clean eating scene and we've tried and tested (even passed the kid test) this recipe to guarantee a truly delicious vegan baking experience!
This cacao infused nut butter recipe will have you tossing out your Nutella in no time. If you do go the hazelnut route for your choice of nuts, make sure to bake the hazelnuts for about 10 minutes and let them cool before placing them in the blender.
The sweet and tangy combinations of this salad make it an exciting and well rounded dish, as a side or a main. You can choose which type of nuts you'd like to use, along with either a soft or hard type of goat cheese. Also, finding a good quality balsamic glaze (we found ours at Gourmet Egypt) will add an exceptional flavor dynamic to any salad creation!
Baked is always better than fried, and these oven potatoes are the perfect example of that! Super simple and accompanied with a creamy and delicious homemade ranch dressing is the ideal way to get your potato fix, without all the grease of frying. The key to the crispy on the outside and soft and delicious on the inside style wedge is thick cut wedges and equal cooking on each side.
Homemade granola is one of the easiest recipes to customize. You can use different combinations of nuts, seeds and dried fruits according to your preference. Be ready to say good bye to sugary store bought granola and hello to your own healthier, customizable granola creation! Be sure you use rolled oats and not instant oats for this recipe.
Marinara is not only a perfect pasta sauce, but this "all purpose" recipe is an excellent homemade accompaniment to so many dishes. Not your typical Egyptian salsa, it can be mixed with sour cream to make a dip, used as a spread on sandwiches, as a substitute to ketchup for dipping, spread as a perfect base for homemade pizza, or to top off any piece of chicken and lightly broiled for a change of flavors. This recipe will make one medium jar, so don't be shy to double or triple the recipe and store some in the freezer for later!
Simple, traditional and oh so good (for you too). Parsley has high vitamin levels to keep your immune system in check, it boosts kidney function and helps with flushing out toxins and can lower blood pressure if consumed regularly. As with all greens, buy organic parsley when possible to keep this salad recipe extra clean!
A traditional lentil soup that can be enjoyed year round and is hearty enough to serve as a meal on it's own. Lentil soup not only has a hearty dose of plant based protein, but is also full of other veggies to help you get your daily dose. Bake your own Shami bread into croutons instead of frying for a healthier bit of crunch.
This light and flavorful cake recipe makes around 16 pieces and is great for baking in smaller, individual pans for a planned number of guests. The natural sweetness of the dates also means there is no added sugar to this minimalist and delicious dessert creation!
This non-traditional take on a salad brings a very unique taste from a different mix of flavors. But creaminess of the fresh mozzarella, the tartness of the berries and the salty almonds compliment each other perfectly. The combination of leafy greens and vitamin C together also provide a nutritious boost!
This extra simple salad will hit the spot for just about anyone. Packed with plant based protein from the lentils, it's also an excellent alternative for anyone looking to reduce their animal protein intake. The recipe calls for bell peppers and tomatoes, but mixing and matching different veggies to your taste is always an option.