This gluten free fruit cake is a great healthy addition to a Christmas dessert table. It’s perfect for dessert at holiday parties and potlucks, yet I think it’s nutritious enough to eat for breakfast or as a snack.
This vegan alfredo sauce is rich, velvety, and perfect tossed with gluten free fettuccine noodles. If you’re craving vegan comfort food in the form of a creamy pasta dish, this recipe fits the bill. Instead of using butter and cream like traditional alfredo sauces do, this dairy free version calls for cauliflower and cashews that have been soaked and blended.
This Pesto quinoa is rich, satisfying, and so easy to make. It’s the next best thing to eating a bowl of pesto pasta, and it’s perfect if you’re trying to reduce your pasta consumption and up your intake of more nutrient dense grains.
Soup season is in full swing and this paleo butternut squash soup is really hitting the spot. It’s spiced with fresh ginger and garlic and has plenty of dairy free creaminess from the coconut milk in this recipe. In addition to being paleo diet friendly, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan, this silky smooth soup is also oil free and refined sugar free.
These vegan pumpkin brownies taste just as you’d imagine: like a cross between pumpkin pie and chocolate brownies. If that doesn’t sound delicious to you then you’ve never been wronger.
This vegan cream of cauliflower soup is perfect when you’re craving a rich, creamy, and velvety plant-based soup, especially now that the evenings are getting a bit chillier. And it’s that time of year when a warm bowl of soup is starting to sound more appealing.
These paleo pumpkin muffins are spiced just right with a well-balanced blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, ginger, and cloves. This particular spice combination just screams fall (I dare you to eat one of these muffins while wearing a hand-knit woolen scarf, with orange fallen leaves crunching underfoot).
This vegan butternut squash risotto is pure comfort food and makes for a filling and delicious dinner or lunch. You can make a big pot of this on the weekend and reheat the leftovers all week, or pack portions for work or school lunches.
This vegan apple crumble is a cozy fall dessert that also happens to be gluten free. It’s perfectly delicious on its own but even better topped with a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream for an extra special treat.
I’ve been craving fall flavours lately, hence these paleo apple muffins. They’re spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla and are heavy on the apples (as any good apple muffin should be, in my opinion). They taste like apple pie in healthy muffin form and are perfect as a healthy breakfast or snack.