The freshness of summer is in every bite of this colorful salsa. Enjoy it with chips, sprinkle over a Black Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes or Enchiladas, or add it to wraps or Tacos.
Get all the kids at the table (young and old) to eat their broccoli with this simple recipe. The roasting method caramelizes the broccoli and brings out delicious flavor in the best way.
A delicious cultured plant-based butter that tastes and melts like dairy butter. Read through this entire recipe a few times (including all accordions) before you begin. There are multiple variations for this recipe that you can experiment with—be sure to try this butter to make your own puff pastry!
Perfect for dipping into olive oil, plunging into pesto, or scooping up the last of the tomato sauce from a plate of pasta, these breadsticks are delicious solo or accompanying almost any meal.
Learn bagel making techniques like shaping and poaching with this tasty recipe for gluten-free New-York style bagels. Use a variety of toppings, or not, and have some fun. If you ever want a no-boil bagel recipe, try this one.
These scones hit all the right notes: bittersweet chocolate, crumbly texture, and a hint of bright orange flavor and smell (that intensifies each day). Try them with and without the optional Icing to see what you prefer sweetness wise. They’re the right amount of “sweet” without icing and a bonafide dessert with icing. The orange […]
This recipe uses a seaweed called “agar agar” as a gelatin alternative to create a simple and sliceable cheese—customize to make a variety of flavors with the tips provided.
This is an enriched dough, which in simple terms means that it has oil, and other ingredients in it that can make the rise slower. The wait is worth it though, as this bread is full of flavor and makes delicious toast and sandwiches (try some in a panini press, too). Sprinkle with cheese and […]
These bright, lemon-y, juicy American-style scones are a little sweeter than British scones, but not much. Try them with and without the optional Icing to see what you prefer.
These American-style scones are a little sweeter than British scones, but not much. Try them with and without the optional Icing to see what you prefer. You can also make them with and without sliced almonds—lots of variations to play with here.