My heart "beets" for these vegan burgers! Just look at them, they are so alike as a real burger because of the color. This patty has its color because of the beets and black beans. They are also made with quinoa so these patties are high in quality and lean protein, healthy carbohydrates and fiber. … Continue reading You will “beet” for these vegan burger ❤
What do you like about waffles? I like the texture of it. I like the contrast that it has that it is toasty or crunchy in the outside but in the inside they are warm, moist and soft. What I also like about waffle is that the topping process is more fun! You can make … Continue reading Chocolate Waffle and Two Topping Ideas!
Homemade ñoquis was an exciting, adventurous, frustrating but fun and successful experience. Ñoquis o gnocchis (the Italian grammar) are a type of pasta originated from Italy. Instead of being made with flour, these are made with mashed potato and flour. I consider these more nutritious because you have the benefits for the potato (fiber, minerals and vitamins) … Continue reading Gnocchis from Scratch and Avocado Sauce
In this post I want you to have a few recipes about vegan cookies. There are many types of vegan cookies: soft, crunchy, raw or baked. When I was little I remember eating chocolate chips cookies and oatmeal cookies but when I became conscious about my eating habits those pleasures where gone. With time I … Continue reading Be a “Guilt-free” Cookie Monster with These Cookies Recipes
Smooth. Sweet. Fluffy. Nutritious. Delicious. Instead of adding a mashed banana to the batter, I decided to add banana slices to the pancake in the pan. It added a layer of smoothness and sweetness to the dish. Besides, when you heat bananas, their flavor is maximize and you will also get a delicious aroma in … Continue reading Paradise Pancakes
I have so many cookies recipes and each of it is better and better. But this recipe is very peculiar because this babies has 6g of protein! Now, I can be a "guilt-free cookie monster". This cookies do not need baking. They are raw and vegan. They are made with cashew flour (I blend my … Continue reading Do you remember the Protein Cookies? Now there is a chocolate version!
I have frequent customers for the Cocoa Peanut Spread because they are also Reese's lovers and they have found a product that solves and pleased their cravings for Reese's. Now they do not have to worry about the sugars, carbohydrates, fats and preservatives. The Cocoa Peanut Spread is my favorite spread of all! So, … Continue reading Variation: Peanut Butter and Banana Chocolate Cups
Pumpkin pancakes are a classic specially during October and November when pumpkins are in season. In Puerto Rico all year long is pumpkin season. My pumpkin pancakes are sweet, smooth, juicy and delicious. When you open them, you can see the pumpkin puree between the cooked pancake. They also took a peculiar color between yellow … Continue reading Fluffy, Juicy and Smooth Pumpkin Pancakes
An "Italian voyage" with this pasta dish! I made penne pasta and cooked tofu with soy sauce and garlic. Then, I warmed the pasta and the tofu with a pumpkin-basil sauce. This only consist in pureed pumpkin and basil. I love basil so much and I added this leave to almost every sauce I do. … Continue reading Pasta with Tofu in Pumpkin-Basil Sauce
I made this salad that consist of tofu, sauteed onions, baked potatoes and lettuce. It is a simple salad and you can add colors with tomatoes or carrots. I cooked the tofu with soy sauce and garlic. These are strong but balanced ingredients that will add flavor to the tofu. I compared tempeh vs tofu … Continue reading Tofu Salad