i’m struggling to write this post because i feel like everyone is over it all at this point. am i right? i can’t even bring myself to cook anything, or even set foot in my kitchen for that matter. but everything turned out so yummy. how about you? my belly is huge, and i can’t stop snacking on leftovers, but i’m thrilled with the outcome … Continue reading thanksgiving afterglow.
i’m IN LOVE with this soup. i want to marry it and have its babies. i’ve had two bowls of it today and cannot wait to wake up tomorrow morning and have another bowl of it for breakfast. this recipe was inspired by a recipe i saw on http://www.theblendergirl.com, but i changed it up a bit to suit what i had in my fridge. but … Continue reading thai coconut pumpkin soup.
yes, folks, this is your basic thanksgiving post. well, maybe not so basic, because i live in a house divided. there’s a vegan in my family, a vegetarian who hates cheese (isn’t that also a vegan), a little girl who hates cheese, another little girl who likes to eat meat right off a bone like no one else does in the family (weird), at least four … Continue reading THANKSGIVING 2018.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!! i’m just gonna leave this picture here, to remind you that thanksgiving is coming… so you might wanna eat some KALE before “game day”!!!! that’s what i’m doing! in fact, i’m even making a kale salad FOR the big day! it’s a special one, with raw brussels sprouts sliced thinly, maple candied walnuts, and a vegan caesar dressing that is to DIE FOR. here’s … Continue reading sweet vegan caesar dressing.
hey kids ~ gather ’round for STORY TIME! (if you’re busy and just need the dang recipe, scroll down) a few years ago, the hub and i were driving out of town, and we stopped to get breakfast at one of your typical pancake-n-eggs restaurants. i ordered an omelette with a side of hollandaise sauce and the woman thought i was speaking martian. she had … Continue reading eggs benedict ~ featuring vegan holiday sauce.
who knew that this evening’s meal would make it on the blog? crazy! i was really scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel when i put this meal together. but it turned out so good that i didn’t want to forget about it! it’s true what they say ~ necessity really is the mother of invention, ain’t it? here’s what i had. some veggies that … Continue reading wild rice stew w/veggies.
hello friends. this is a gentle reminder from your loving, veggie-obsessed blogger… salads don’t have to have lettuce in them. here’s the evidence… who needs boring lettuce? you can make a yummy salad like this, and put it in the fridge, dressed and all, and it will just get better and better over the next few days. it’s such a healthy and quick snack. and … Continue reading lettuce-free salad.
(i think i’ve already posted about chia pudding, but here we go again. i just needed a reminder. i also needed to try it with my new homemade almond milk…) this is a lovely way to start the day. i’ve had so much energy after this breakfast! this chia pudding is made with homemade almond milk, which i think is a serious game-changer. here’s the … Continue reading chia pudding with berries.
…with homemade almond milk. such a great way to start this rainy august day. i had TWO cups. i couldn’t stop at just one! this is such a subtle, earthy flavor. here’s all you need: heat up a cup of homemade almond milk. recipe here: https://pixyskansascity.com/2018/08/23/homemade-almond-milk/ using a small fine mesh strainer, strain in a teaspoon of matcha powder (you can find this in the … Continue reading matcha green tea latte.
DIVINE. absolutely divine. i drank it like it was a glass of milk right after i made it. and i hated milk as a kid, so i’ve never really enjoyed anything like this. it’s so creamy and comforting. i get it now, milk drinkers. i get it. here’s how you do it: in a mason jar, cover a cup of almonds with 2 cups of … Continue reading homemade almond milk.