I have had a few requests asking me to make recipes that are a little simpler to make so this month I have been focusing on those who have 10 ingredients or less. Here is a compilation of my favourites.
Most Lebanese restaurants are fast food falafels, and if you want good quality, you’ll have to pay for it. I put my own little twist in this recipe cause I’m all about those greens. It’s packed full of nutrition and is super yummy. Top it with the tahini sauce, and you’re in falafel heaven!
I love vegan burgers. But when I have a gluten-free and vegan burger, first and foremost, I want it to be healthy, delicious, filling, and it’s also important for them to hold their shape when you bite into them. Nobody wants to bite into a soupy mess of a burger. These are all of that and beyond.
I’ve always loved my vegetables. However, my stepdaughter is another story. She is against the idea of eating any vegetables. So, finding ways to sneak in some veggies has become a bit of a necessity, and it becomes especially challenging when they are very adept at figuring out that there are vegetables, but she does love hash browns. These taste enough like potato hash browns that she’ll eat them without noticing that they aren’t even potatoes. They are also keto-friendly, vegan, low-carb, gluten-free and deliciously crispy too.
This delicious soup is naturally sweetened by the beets and is a wonderful combination of hearty root vegetables. There are so many different versions of this soup cause every Eastern European country has their own version. I made this one low in carbs, so it is Keto also friendly.
This sweet, nutty flavored squash is perfect for a cold day. But this soup is way more than just comfort food. It is also packed in vitamins and antioxidants that help you fight disease and maintain health.