This is the BEST Dairy Free Mac and Cheese EVER! No potatoes, carrots, cashews, or nutritional yeast! This vegan mac and cheese is the REAL DEAL; creamy, super satisfying, and can be served baked or stovetop!
No dish is truly complete without a delicious side! Vegan side dishes like Vegan Baked Beans will be a hit at any BBQ event. Or how about a satisfying Dairy Free Baked Mac and Cheese to add at your holiday table.
These vegan sides will satisfy even your omnivore friends and family!
These Baked Candied Sweet Potatoes are a Southern tradition easily made vegan! This recipe uses apple butter cutting the amount of sugar used in half! Baked Candied Sweet Potatoes is a dish I never had to give up when I went vegan. I simply swap out the dairy butter for vegan butter, or coconut oil…
This easy vegan corn salad is the perfect summer dish! It only takes 20 minutes to put together and pairs well with vegan BBQ recipes.
This easy vegan protein salad uses smoky flavored tempeh bacon and quinoa making it rich in plant-based protein. It’s a great lunch or a post-workout meal option!
This Vegan Asparagus Recipe is cheesy, quick, and easy to make. Best of all it only uses 6 ingredients! With my decadent vegan cashew cheese, it makes for a hearty filling side dish!
These BBQ Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potatoes are filled with oyster mushrooms, jackfruit, lentils, and topped with a homemade barbecue sauce! It has a delicious hearty “meaty” texture!
This Vegan Potato Salad is made in your Ninja Foodi pressure cooker in under 30 minutes. Served warm, cold, or room temperature at your next Summer cookout!
This recipe for Vegan Baked Beans can be made in your Ninja Foodi or on your stovetop. It’s simple, healthy, and homemade using canned beans for ease!
Moist and hearty southern style vegan cornbread recipe. Made with nutritious spelt flour. Perfect to serve with winter soup or chilli!
Editor’s Note: This recipe has been updated. Old pictures of original post are below. A green bean recipe is not a fancy one, but when I think of green beans I think of two things; Thanksgiving and mindfulness. Now I personally celebrate Thanksgiving during the Fall Equinox (Late September early October) we call it Mabon in…