Made with coconut cream instead of milk, this homemade lemon ice cream is seriously flavorful.
Served with an avocado sauce, these vegan black bean taquitos are a fun, crunchy bite you’ll truly enjoy. Plus, they’re super easy to make too.
These soft pumpkin streusel muffins have a crunchy-sweet topping and big flavor, but are still able to be vegan and gluten free.
Loaded with Mexican flavors, this brown rice bake with beans is a delicious no-meat dish with a serving of vegetables included.
Try these fudge-y no-bake peanut butter cookies. They are just like the classic no-bakes you loved as a kid, but this time with rich peanut butter flavor and without any gluten or dairy.
Usually potato pancakes are bound together with an egg mixture, but this vegan version uses tofu for a hearty and delicious bite.
Harmonious peaches and strawberries come together with coconut milk in this mouth-watering morning smoothie.
Need a new snack in your life? Make a batch of these Sriracha roasted nuts and have on hand a perfectly salty, spicy protein-packed snack with a hint of lime.
Make your melon sippable with this cool cantaloupe and orange smoothie that only needs three ingredients to be a quick morning drink.
Cauliflower is all the craze these days. This recipe has got onto the bandwagon and made cauliflower rice. Let’s hop on.
An easy roasted garlic tomato sauce comes together in minutes but tastes like it cooked for hours.
A flavorful mushroom stir fry is served over warm noodles with your favorite vegetables for a filling bowl that can be made in minutes.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
With just three simple ingredients, you can create a rich, but dairy-free, chocolate sorbet that is sure to cool you down and satisfy your cocoa cravings.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Double Fudge Brownies are rich, fudge-y, have a spicy kick, and an interesting secret ingredient.
Like a sweet-tangy slaw, this quinoa has a kick of mustard, lime and bursts of green onion and almonds. It’s a vibrant salad that is great with sandwiches.
Add rich, roasted peppers and chili flakes to your standard hummus for great new color and a delicious tasting appetizer.