Sesame Pineapple Salsa Recipe

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This fresh pineapple salsa is a fun twist on the traditional tomato salsa you might be accustomed to. Not only is it the perfect topping for our Pineapple Tofu Cutlets, but wait until you try it in a vegan breakfast taco or burrito. This spicy and sweet salsa is also a tremendously refreshing poolside snackRead more

Vegan Avocado Ranch Dressing

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Make your own Taco Bell Avocado Ranch Sauce at home! This easy vegan copycat recipe for avocado ranch dressing is perfect for drizzling on tacos, nachos, burgers, fries, pizza, your whole life! It’s a delicious sauce made lighter and healthier by using silken tofu to replace the sour cream, but you won’t miss a bitRead more

Tofu Ricotta

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A good vegan ricotta recipe is a staple in any plant-based cook’s playbook. And this is our recipe for the best nut-free vegan ricotta. Make it easily in your food processor with more budget-friendly ingredients than cashew-based versions, and use it as a dairy-free ricotta cheese substitute in both sweet and savory dishes! This postRead more

Vegan Beer Cheese Dip

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This thick and creamy vegan beer cheese dip has that classic tangy flavor of traditional beer cheese but is made from tofu right in your food processor! Serve it hot or cold – as a dip with warm homemade pretzel bites and veggies or a spread on sandwiches and plant-based burgers and brats! It’s theRead more

No-Cook Vegan Meals

Four photos of no-cook vegan meals: pinwheels, southwest salad, vegan ciabatta sandwich, and mediterranean wrap. Text in the center reads: no-cook vegan meals for when it's hot af

This collection of easy vegan recipes is perfect for those hot summer days when you want some lighter fare and you definitely don’t want to have to cook meals using the stove or oven…or even the slow cooker. Fresh vegetables, minimal effort, amazing food. All these delicious vegan recipes are “no heat, just eat” andRead more

Easy Hummus Pinwheels

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This vegan pinwheel recipe is made using healthy simple ingredients like hummus, grated carrots, and green onions mixed with a flavorful blend of spices wrapped in a flour tortilla. Easy to customize with your favorite fresh veggies, these are flavor-packed vegetable pinwheels that will have even the pickiest eaters loving these veggie loaded snacks! GreatRead more

Veggie Bagel Sandwiches

Close up head on shot of a garden vegetable bagel sandwich sliced in half to display the layers of veggie fillings: spinach, tomato, cucumber, red onion, pickles, and roasted red peppers.

You’re going to love this veggie bagel sandwich! It’s simple to make, absolutely delicious, and packed with garden fresh vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers, and red onion. The sandwich gets a little tangy zip with a healthy dose of stone ground mustard and peppery arugula. It’s the perfect summer sandwich that will leave you feeling fullRead more

Vegan Peanut Butter Pie

Overhead shot of 2 slices of vegan peanut butter pie on round white plates topped with graham cracker crumbs. There is a full pie sliced in the background.

This vegan no bake peanut butter pie recipe is made right in your food processor or high-speed blender with simple ingredients like refined coconut oil, silken tofu, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and creamy peanut butter. With the addition of melted cacao butter, this thick and creamy peanut butter filling, nestled in a vegan graham crackerRead more