These pancakes may be allergy-friendly (vegan, gluten-free, nut-free) but they are full of flavor and fibre! They’re the perfect way to celebrate springtime. Ingredients · 1 cup cassava flour (or chickpea flour) · 1 cup plain oatmeal · ¼ cup plain, no-sugar-added applesauce · 1 ripe banana · ¼ teaspoon baking soda · ¼ teaspoon baking powder · ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
If it’s one thing Scotland is known for, it’s potatoes. And I’m very happy to indulge. I didn’t know there were so many varieties! What a newb, I am, eh? New potatoes have been a favorite lately. Their gentle, buttery texture mashed and topped with fresh dill and a dollop of vegan butter is heavenly.
Apparently, vegan pancake mix (sans corn) in the U.K. isn’t a thing. So, to remedy this, I decided to experiment and create my own gluten-free batter. It turned out so well (to my surprise), that I had to share! Best of all, it’s SO easy to make! Try this out for your next pancake brunch
For my farewell party to Scotland this past weekend, I decided to make a vegan lasagna because it is a delicious and easy way to feed a lot of people on a budget. This recipe is labeled *easy* because I chose to use organic frozen veggies from Whole Foods for this particular recipe. When I
This past weekend, I made my own version of a ratatouille with rice for a going away party for my husband and I . (Just six days until we move to Scotland, now!) It was a such an easy summer recipe to make, though it does take some time. It tastes very similar to a