Latest #veganfoodporn Posts
- Super simple tasty peanut butter chocolate chip bliss balls. They taste like cookie dough. 🤘 • peanut butter
• oat flour • maple syrup
• sea salt
• ground flax
• chocolate chips
- Bien sur que c'est goutu !
Toujours aucun animal en PLS dans ce plat 🐷
Proteines et blablabla. .
Le 6 mai, je commence ma remise en forme alimentaire et sportive. J'en ai plus que besoin ! Je partagerai tout ça :)
- After a long day at jury duty some @deltaco was definitely in order! These are the beyond avocado tacos 🌮 and they’re totally vegan!! Full of @beyondmeat and avocado 🥑 and oh so yummy! Definitely not something I want to eat every day (errr I want to but probably shouldn’t!) but SO good once in a while! And I loooove that I can get delicious vegan options at a drive through! Yay 2019!
- Second smoothie bowl looking prettier than the first
- Double sausage and cheese biscuit, possibly the best breakfast? 🙌🐷 ~ @simpletruth4u sausage patties and @daiyafoods provolone cheese ✨
- My first tofu scramble, and I gotta say that I am impressed! @lovingitvegan #lovingitvegan
-I only had extra firm silken tofu and it worked perfectly. I wanted it extra crispy so I left it in the pan for a little while. I used olive oil instead of vegan butter.
-I didn’t use nutritional yeast as I don’t have any cuz I don’t like the stuff. To me, the taste was great!
- Baked cinnamon banana oats with chocolate chips for breakfast 🤤 After reviewing my budget and seeing how much money I spend at the coffee shop on tea, bagels, and oatmeal, I’ve decided to make May a “No Coffee Shop” month. So we’re starting early with breakfast at home today. ♥️♥️♥️ Super simple recipe: mix 1 cup oats, 1-1/2 mashed bananas, 1 cup pea milk, 2 T ground flax seeds, 1 t baking powder, 2 t cinnamon, and a big handful of vegan dark chocolate chips; pour into a baking dish greased with coconut oil and bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Usually I top this with fresh fruit and seeds, but today I just used a little drizzle of maple syrup. Seriously amazing!!! ♥️♥️♥️ A quick note on pea milk—it’s been the absolute perfect alternative milk for our family! We used to use coconut milk, but when it came time to take Sofie off of formula, I didn’t feel comfortable using only coconut milk cause it has basically no nutritional value. But here’s the skinny on pea milk per serving (we’ve been using @ripplefoods unsweetened vanilla): ▪️8 g protein (same as cow milk) ▪️0 g sugar (vs. 13 g in cow milk) ▪️450 mg calcium (vs. 305 mg in cow milk) ▪️0.5 g saturated fat (vs. 1.5 g in cow milk) ▪️0 mg cholesterol (vs. 12 mg in cow milk). My only complaint—I wish it was available in more stores! So far I’ve only been able to find it at Whole Foods and Target (of all places). 🤷🏻♀️
- Rainbows + chlorophyll 🌿
- Celebrating our 26th Anniversary with a sensational tasting menu. One for the omnivore and one for the vegan- both magnificent and exceptional service.
- I'm obsessed with peanut butter and these are quickly becoming one of my favourites! Peanut butter chocolate chip blondie bars, basically the most perfect match 🥜🍫
- one of our favorite recipes ✨
- rice and chickpea curry - •
1 tsp butter
2 cans cooked chickpeas
100ml soy sauce
300ml vegetable stock
Turmeric, salt, pepper, paprika
1. Pour rice into a pot, along with 500ml of water. Add salt, bring to a boil and let it simmer until soft.
2. In a separate pot, slowly heat up the chickpeas with a little oil. Add salt, pepper, 2 tsp turmeric and 1 tsp paprika.
3. Once the chickpeas are hot and the herbs start to smell, add the eggplant and tomatoes (cut into cubes). 4. Stir for a few minutes and then add the vegetable stock and soy sauce.
5. Cook until most of the liquid has evaporated and you are left with an aromatic sauce.
6. Combine the rice and the chickpea curry, and top it off with some freshly cut chives.
7. Enjoy! ☀️
- Easy breakfast recipe :
Soak chia seed with @naturetreats almond mylk for about 15 mins. Blend mix berries with almond mylk. Topped with @naturetreats granola 😉
- Sweet potatoes and lentil curry are a match made in heaven. I love using lentils as a protein, since they’re not only extra nutritious but also very filling. The orange colours in this bowl are also super visually satisfying as well. This week has flown by and we’re already at Thursday. I’m so ready for the weekend. 😴 We have plans to visit @plantaqueen on Sunday and we’re hoping it’s as good as it looks! Will keep you posted.