I've been making a point to have a lot of fresh juice and smoothies, avoid too much added sugar and cooking from scratch more lately.
I prefer them in the shell as edamame but still tasty! Leftovers are going in a sandwich tomorrow, I think.
Yummy green curry over brown rice. Not a great picture. I've been making this a lot lately using green curry paste and canned coconut milk.
Husband and I had brunch at Hill St Cafe last weekend and their special was sweet potato waffles topped with apple crisp- both vegan! It was heavenly. It was also half price since they accidentally didn't put my order in and I had to wait a while haha
More juuuuice. Kale makes my juices look nasty haha
This meal wasn't made from scratch. The salad and falafel are both from a box.
Grape leaves stuffed with leftover tabbouli and falafel.
Homemade granola from the Forks Over Knives cookbook. Loved how this turned out! You make a date syrup so there is no processed sugar. It's just oats, dates, vanilla, cinnamon, water, orange zest and then I did dried cranberries.
Made some chili and bread!
Homemade bread! I used this recipe with sunflower seeds. It's so good. I'm so happy my inlaws gave me their old bread machine!
I bought carob powder for the first time and love it! It's delicious. This is "hot chocolate" using agave nectar and almond milk. Not as chocolatey but really delicious.
I came up with this cookie recipe and omg, I ate these so fast haha I'm going to make them again thi weekend so I will take more pictures and get the recipe posted!
Decided to treat myself to some new chai tea and made myself a latte.
Ugly but delicious sandwhich on homemade bread.
Greek pizza on Archer Farms pizza crust.
Green juice for husband and I this morning. Oranges, kale and carrots.
Breakfast this morning was banana vegan french toast topped with banana and coconut. I used the bread below to make it.
I used this raisin bread recipe but followed the directions in the first comment (except I used raw sugar not brown sugar and dried cranberries not raisins). I like this because it's sweet but not overly so. I'd forgotten how moist homemade bread is, ugh, so good.
I bought a chorophyll mix recently called "chloro-combo". I kept reading about the benefits so I finally got my hands on some! This one is mixed with alfalfa leaves, ginger root and peppermint leaves. I haven't tried it in just water yet but I love it with almond milk, ice, banana and spinach (like in the picture)! It just tastes like peppermint, really good.