Looking for a colorful complement to crunchy cucumber? Try saying that five times, fast! This bright red bowl of delicious dip can almost double as a centerpiece. Recipe from the Forks Meal Planner. Sign up now to receive weekly fast and… Read more
We hope that’s quick enough for you! This easy, quick oil-free balsamic dressing comes from chef Katie Simmons. Serve it over a hearty plant-based salad, marinated mushrooms, or grilled tofu. Recipe from Plants-Rule. Instructions: Combine all ingredients with 2 teaspoons… Read more
This fat-free, dairy-free spinach and artichoke dip has a delightfully creamy yet light taste and texture. Serve with crudité or baked chips. Instructions: Combine the plant milk, flour, onion powder, garlic powder, and lemon juice in a saucepan. Bring to… Read more
Nothing can beat delicious homemade food made from scratch, and the same can be said about homemade sauces, spices, and dressings. Create incredible pasta dishes, fresh wraps, and sweet desserts with these basic recipes that are anything but! Cauliflower Bechamel This… Read more
You can whip up this luscious, creamy chocolate dip recipe in less than 10 minutes! It’s especially delicious with apples, strawberries, cantaloupe, pears, and bananas. Ingredients: Soak the dates in 1/4 cup water for 5 minutes. In a blender, combine the cashews and 1 1/4… Read more
Serve this cannellini bean sauce over kale, greens, salads, grains, or veggies, or use as a spread for sandwiches or as a topping on pizza.
This tangy sauce is exactly what you need to prepare Potato Enchiladas or a delicious Pizza. Keep some on hand to whip those recipes up in mere minutes!
A friend taught me his family recipe for salsa roja de molcajete, or tomato salsa made in a traditional stone mortar and pestle. I’ve adapted it so it can be made without the mortar and pestle. Roasting the chile and the tomatoes brings out the authentic earthy taste, even without the traditional tool.