Soups And Stews

Beefless Beef Stew

This is a hearty stew perfect for cold nights when you just want to throw on your pajamas and wrap up in a warm blanket and watch a good movie. This stew warms you from the inside out. It is so yummy and filling. INGREDIENTS: 1 onion diced 3 celery stalks diced 3 carrots diced… Continue reading Beefless Beef Stew


Andouille Sausage

I keep this handy in my freezer and take it out when I need it. It is versatile and can be incorporated into so many dishes. I use it in soups, stews, pasta, and breakfast. It has a lot of ingredients but not to labor intensive. It has a great flavor that resembles authentic andouille… Continue reading Andouille Sausage

Soups And Stews

Vegetable Pasta Soup

During the cold winter months, everyone loves to make soup. This is one of my favorite soups that I make on a regular basis. I make a lot of soup during the winter. How can one not? You throw everything in one pot and let it cook. It's so simple and delicious. When I have… Continue reading Vegetable Pasta Soup


Fresh Fruit And Nut Mix With Meyer Lemon Maple Dressing

A little bowl of Fresh Fruit heaven with a Devine and simple Dressing. The dressing is simple and is oil free and salt-free. INGREDIENTS: 1 mango peeled and cut into chunks 1 banana sliced 1/2 in thick 5 strawberries hulled and quartered 1/2 cup blueberries 1/2 cup raspberries 3 tbsp pomegranate seeds 1/2 cup of walnuts… Continue reading Fresh Fruit And Nut Mix With Meyer Lemon Maple Dressing


Black Bean Burgers

The All American Meal... Burgers. Everyone has their own take on the burger patty. Since going plant-based I often missed out on the family favorite, Then I found black bean burgers. They are so filling and delicious. They are meat free, dairy free and oil free making it so good for you and, they are easy… Continue reading Black Bean Burgers



Hummus. The little dip of deliciousness. It pairs well with most anything. Traditionally hummus (hommus) was typically a cold dish. It was made with chickpeas, vinegar, pickled lemons, herbs, spices, and oil. It originally didn't have oil in it and on occasion they would roll the mixture out and let it dry overnight. This would give… Continue reading Hummus


Baked Green Tomatoes

The ever favored Green Tomatoes. These little jewels have been a part of the southern tradition for a very very long time. Typically deep fried in grease or oil with a golden slightly crunchy coating. However, Since going plant-based I thought I couldn't have these anymore. I thought wrong. I got the idea to bake them. I… Continue reading Baked Green Tomatoes


Homestyle Southern Pan Potatoes

In a southern tradition, these pan potatoes are something that has been passed down from generation to generation. They are easy to make and was a staple in every kitchen in the south at one point or another. It would be served at breakfast or at dinner. This recipe, in particular, was passed down to… Continue reading Homestyle Southern Pan Potatoes


Baked Falafels

Falafels are such a versatile option. They have a soft center and a crunchy exterior. The middle eastern flavors come through in this recipe. It is easy and simple to make and you can pair this with pasta or rice and topped with either hummus or tahini. For a more traditional style serve with hummus… Continue reading Baked Falafels


Cheddar Rice With Broccoli

This is the easiest and most delicious rice I've ever made. Its all done in one pot and it makes a delicious lunch. Simple ingredients but packs a tremendous flavor. INGREDIENTS: 1/2 cup rice ( rinsed) 1 cup chopped broccoli 3 tbsp nutritional yeast 1 tsp onion powder 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp better than bouillon vegetable flavor 1… Continue reading Cheddar Rice With Broccoli