This weekend, with no prompting from me, Alex decided to run to the grocery store and pick up all the stuff for salads in jars (including the jars!) I think this Summery weather has him in the mood for healthy, light food. I'm totally down, these guys were delicious!
Casserole weather is here!
This is one of my personal favorites, it's as close to meat and potatoes as a Vegetarian can get! It involves tasty Smart Ground Meatless Crumbles, fresh veggies, a simple roux gravy, cheese and seasoned tots=delicious.
Vegetarian Chicken!? What does that mean?
It means Beyond Meat. My favorite Veggie Chicken! It's made of soy protein and tastes fabulous in soups.
This recipe is simple, delicious and you can throw it together super quickly on a Weekday night.
'Tis the Season of Turkeys and Yams and Green Beans swimming in Cream of Mushroom Soup! Problem is, I don't like any of those things! Traditional Thanksgiving foods are not my bag. I remember a few Thanksgivings growing up where a young, Vegetarian Ashley got to enjoy the Holiday with a big plate full of Mashed Potatoes and Garlic Bread, Mmm, carbs. Not exactly a well rounded meal.
I love pizza. You might have figured that out by such posts as Vegetarian Sausage Calzones and DIY Pizza Charms. I can't get enough of the stuff.
This recipe makes wonderful deep dish skillet pizzas that will blow your mind with deliciousness. The dough recipe is your simple, basic crust BUT the Cast Iron Skillet is where all the magic happens.
This weekend my friends and I got together for a spooky Halloween tradition; Pumpkin Carving!
Pie Season is here! It's time for Pumpkin Pies and Apple Pies and Pot Pies! I couldn't be more thrilled! I thought I'd share with you today one of my favorite Fall dishes; biscuit pot pie. Yum! It's buttery and starchy and full of tasty veggies, herbs and spices. You've gotta try this.
I love a good Cobb Salad but most recipes call for lots of meat, and that's not my bag. This recipe is simple, delicious and goes together super quickly. You can use any dressing you like, I think a traditional Cobb calls for Blue Cheese dressing but i prefer a Vinaigrette or a Caesar, it's up to you! Find what feels right.
Casserole season is upon us!!! This is one of my favorite recipes, I've spent years perfecting it to be just the way I like it! No evil mushrooms, extra creamy and no cans of stuff! It's a pretty large recipe, Alex likes to eat Tuna Casserole leftovers morning, noon and night so I usually make a big batch. (Pictured is the recipe cut in half.)
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