Posts tagged with: vegetarian

Hazelnut Parsnip Soup {from Tangled!}

This Hazelnut Parsnip Soup is a delicious, creamy soup inspired by Disney’s Tangled!¬†It’s Rapunzel’s favorite soup, and soon it’ll be yours, too! I love Tangled. As I mentioned on my About Me page, if you say that Frozen is better than Tangled to me, we may have a problem. ūüėČ Tangled is my jam. I......
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Coconut Citrus Energy Bites

Coconut Citrus Energy Bites are wholesome little pick-me-ups. Vegan, gluten-free, and packed with fiber and protein, they also make great pre- or post-workout snacks. I’ve been a little obsessed with energy bites for quite a while. What’s not to love? Energy bites are so easy to make. You simply just mix everything together, or let......
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Vegan Black Bean Fajita Bowls

These Vegan Black Bean Fajita Bowls have¬†been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BalancedMealsMadeEasy #CollectiveBias After yesterday (Valentine’s Day), I definitely needed to start this morning with something green. I absolutely do not regret anything, though. Holidays are for celebrating and we celebrated. We celebrated with homemade cupcakes,......
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  • lentil and barley salad

Lentil and Barley Salad with Pomegranate and Feta

This Lentil and Barley Salad is a hearty and healthy grain salad‚ÄĒmade with pomegranate, feta, and apples, and dressed with an Apple Cider Vinaigrette. As a child, I thought lentils were the most unseemly, slimy entities. I would wince as my grandmother and mom would eat lentil soup. I actually don’t believe I even tasted......
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Seared Polenta Rounds with Ratatouille

Seared polenta rounds with ratatouille are easy to make and come together quickly. Prepared polenta gets a quick fry in olive oil¬†to form a bed for a flavorful and healthy ratatouille. I love hosting, and I’m always trying to create new and interesting recipes. Two-bite finger foods are the best, aren’t they? When I think......
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Vegan Quinoa Porridge with Roasted Citrus

Vegan Quinoa Porridge is the perfect cozy winter breakfast, and even better when it’s topped with bright roasted citrus. I’ve never really been an oatmeal person. Something about the texture doesn’t really do it for me. Still, I’ve tried and tried. I have added different textures, some crunch. I have added in far too much......
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Orange Sesame Tofu Stir-Fry

This Orange Sesame Tofu Stir-Fry is a simple and tasty vegetarian meal. A flavorful, easy-to-make orange-sesame sauce comes together in just minutes. My idea of the perfect weeknight meal? Something easy, with minimal prep or pans needed. Something hearty and filling. And something with plenty of fresh vegetables. This Orange Sesame Tofu Stir-Fry fits the......
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How to Pair Wine with Vegetarian Dishes

This post on How to Pair Wine with Vegetarian Dishes has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MyWayToVeg¬†#CollectiveBias I’m not a vegetarian, but I try to eat a 75% plant-based diet, with very little red meat. I’m also an official Meatless Monday blogger, and I’ve talked before......
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Watermelon, Feta and Olive Salad with Mint

This Watermelon, Feta and Olive Salad is the perfect light summer dish. Made with ripe watermelon, salty feta, Greek olives, fresh mint, and zesty lime, this fruity salad is a lovely combination of sweet and savory. I’m sorry if it’s been a bit quiet around here the past few days. I also apologize that my......
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Roasted Vegetable Goat Cheese Quesadillas

Happy Meatless Monday! Okay, here’s the thing: I know that 99.9% of people dread Mondays. But, I have a confession. I’ve never really minded them. That’s probably because I have never worked a job in my 13+ years of working full-time that had weekends off. So, usually, Mondays were my Saturdays. Even still, Mondays really......
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