This lasagna is comprised of homemade components that you can easily swap with store-bought if you like—we do encourage you to make these components for the best flavor though. All of them can also be used for myriad other dishes as well, so learn more in the accordions on their individual recipe pages: Italian-Style Tomato […]
Use these meaty, flavorful mushrooms to fill tacos topped with homemade pickles. Or, layer them into a Lasagna or fold into a pasta dish. They’re delicious in a rice bowl, on toast with an egg, on pizza, or added to any salad or dish where you want some deep umami flavor.
This is a satisfying, easy, and extremely versatile sauce that you can enjoy as-is or use in countless recipes from Pizza to Creamy Mac. It makes a great dip, cheese alternative, and it thickens soups and stews with satisfying creaminess.
Soft dinner rolls with garlic and herbs—super delicious spread with Red Pepper & Honey Butter. Try them for weekly dinners or special occasions and holidays.
A rustic, lightly sweet, and cake-y cornbread brushed with butter and honey—perfect for holiday meals and celebrations of all kinds.
A simple, comforting, spiced dessert made with pears. It’s next-level good topped with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and the crunch of Orange Granola.
This tart, slushy, icy, and slightly sweet frozen treat is made simply with pomegranate juice and honey. Use leftover juice from Confetti Kale Salad’s pomegranate vinaigrette for this one.
One of the best ways to take care of yourself throughout a busy week is to make sure you have crudités (basically chopped, raw veggies) prepped and chilling in the fridge. When you want a snack or a plant-powered lunch, grab some hummus, pesto, or any dip you like and eat the rainbow. Also, it […]
Colorful roasted veggies with Crispy Salt & Pepper Lentils, drizzled with Tahini Dressing—one of our favorite main-meal combinations. This is also a great recipe to use any leftover florets you have from making Cauliflower Steaks.
We call this recipe Cauliflower “Steaks” because it’s fun, but if you don’t want to fuss with cutting “steaks” out of cauliflower, you can simply roast florets, or just slice the largest pieces that you can. No matter the size they’re cut to, this recipe is delicious and a great way to practice your knife […]