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Amanda | 25 | Vegan | Mom Just enjoying playing in her kitchen!

Vegan Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Icing

Cake is where it all started for me. I learned to bake before I learned anything else in the cooking world. It’s where my love for the kitchen began and it still is my favorite today. Partly because I am a sweet-loving gal, but also because it’s so much more of a reward when something you bake comes out scrumptious!

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Hearty Vegetable Soup

Vegetable soup is an easy and delicious way to get your vegetable intake! There are so many benefits of a good vegetable-filled soup that I’d be here all day if I tried to cover it all! It’s just so hearty, comforting, and flavorful!
I have tweaked this recipe to perfection and you’ll, no doubt, believe me when you get a taste of your own!
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Long Lasting Teething Cookies

The thing I hate about the “teething rusks” that you buy at the store are how quickly they fall apart. I mean, I understand why… nobody wants their baby chocking, but they don’t really do much for teething. A good, hard but also chewy, bar is exactly what a baby needs when they are cutting teeth. These will feel so good on their gnawing gums, keep them busy, and they love the taste!

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3 Quick & Easy Vegan Breakfast Recipes

I am often asked about vegan meal ideas, but most commonly I am asked about breakfast foods in particular. These days, people are going, going, going. So many people don’t even eat breakfast because they “don’t have time”. Well, here I am, once again, to save the day!
I came up with 3 quick breakfast meals that can be put together quickly and even taken on the go, if needed.  Continue reading

Lentil Shepherds Pie

Lentils were something I had not even heard of (along with the term “legume”) years ago, but now they are a staple is our pantry because, not only are they a nutritious super food, cheap and delicious, they are so easy to cook and don’t require the preparation and soaking like beans. Lentils are high in fiber, protein, and iron and are great for battling some of America’s biggest health epidemics, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, IBS, and even fatigue.

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Quick and Easy Vegan Mac&Cheese

You can whip up this mouthwatering vegan macaroni and cheese in under 15 minutes with just 4 ingredients!

An 8oz bag of (Daiya) non-dairy cheddar shreds, a tablespoon of non-dairy milk, 4 tablespoons of vegan butter, and 2 cups of macaroni noodles is all the ingredients you’ll need to make this cheesy and tasty masterpiece that we like to call macaroni and cheese! Continue reading

“Power” Oatmeal Bars – Vegan & GF

These oatmeal bars are not only a delicious snack, they also are full of awesome, healthy, energy-boosting and gluten-free ingredients and require no baking! What more could you ask for?

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5 Minute Chickpea Salad

Vegan chicken salad? It’s called chickpea salad! And if you know how to make chicken salad, I bet your bottom dollar that know how to make chickpea salad and I also bet that you’ll LOVE IT! Not only is it a delicious side or picnic dish with 0 cholesterol, it only takes about 5 minutes to make (and devour)! Continue reading

3 Easy and Energizing Green Smoothies

Do you know that green smoothies don’t have to actually be green? Of course they don’t! Green smoothies are an easy and tasty way to get your raw greens in, along with those energy-boosting fruits! . Here are 3 of my favorite, yet simple, green smoothie recipes that will put a pep in your step and in your taste buds!

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Avocado Pesto Pasta – Zucchini noodles

About a week ago I posted a picture of some food I put together that actually came out to be a delicious and rather healthy meal that I just HAD to share! I am the queen at vegan-izing meals, especially the greasy, fattening foods I loved growing up! But with the summer creeping up on me, I thought I should also focus a little more on my health and a little less on making vegan fried chicken, you feel me? Continue reading

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