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VEGAN SAUSAGE + PEPPERS . This is a classic turned vegan and healthy!!! I actual…

VEGAN SAUSAGE + PEPPERS
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This is a classic turned vegan and healthy!!! I actually love sausage do being vegetarian / vegan can be hard … but this vegan sausage makes it so easy! It actually tastes just like sausage and browns amazingly. To add sweetness to this dish I added a few tablespoons of my date paste. The instructions to make date paste will be on my story. If you do not have dates you can use maple syrup or if you do not want any sweetness you can just use sriracha! If you want to make this the recipe will be below!
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Recipe:
-1 pepper
-1 vegan sausage (from Trader Joe’s)
-1 tbsp tomato paste
-1/2 yellow onion
-2 tbsp date paste
-red pepper flakes
-salt + pepper
-drizzle of sriracha
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KALE + BEAN SALAD w/ AVO!! . This salad is a combination of what I had in my fr…

KALE + BEAN SALAD w/ AVO!!
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This salad is a combination of what I had in my fridge, which was minimal. All that is required for this recipe is kale, grape tomatoes, any bean (I used brown pinto beans), avocado, red onion, a grain (quinua, farro, rice…), and cucumber. For a dressing I just used olive oil, red wine vinegar, and a touch of balsamic. Enjoy!!
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Healthy leftover thanksgiving meal . Here is a recipe that I made a couple week…

Healthy leftover thanksgiving meal
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Here is a recipe that I made a couple weeks ago actually but can easily be made with thanksgiving leftovers!! In this recipe there is sweet potato, string beans, yellow onion, tofu, and a yummy honey balsamic glaze! See the recipe below!
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Recipe:
-sweet potato
-string beans
-yellow onion
-tofu
-black pepper
-almonds
-balsamic
-honey
-salt
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Instructions:
-make honey balsamic glaze (3/4 balsamic, 1/4 honey)
-toss tofu in corn starch, nutritional yeast, and honey balsamic mixture and cook in oven for about 30 mins rotating frequently
-drizzle string beans and sweet potatoes with honey balsamic mixture and roast for 30 mins or so until cooked
-sauté onion in pan with a little bit of honey balsamic mixture
-add all cooked ingredients to a bowl and top with chopped almonds and a drizzle of honey balsamic OR leftover gravy 🙂
Enjoy!
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CAULIFLOWER ONION SALAD . This recipe combines all my favorite flavors: onion, …

CAULIFLOWER ONION SALAD
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This recipe combines all my favorite flavors: onion, onion, and more onion. Did I mention that I love onion? For this recipe I not only roasted a yellow onion, but added a decent amount of onion powder and @traderjoes onion salt (highly recommend). To the roast I added cauliflower and chickpeas. I roasted them in the airfryer for about 10 mins, but you can also roast in the oven (I recommend drizzling with olive oil If you do that). I topped this with @traderjoes spicy cashew dressing and some grape rainbow tomatoes. The base of this salad was arugula which added that peppery crunch. I also squeezed some lemon juice on top for some freshness:) head on below for the full recipe! Thank you for supporting this account !!!
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Recipe:
-cauliflower
-chickpeas
-yellow onion
-rainbow grape tomatoes
-arugula
-spicy cashew dressing (@traderjoesvegan)
-onion salt @traderjoes
-onion powder (2 tbsp)
-black pepper
-lemon juice
-red pepper flakes
(Olive oil- optional)
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Instructions:
-toss cauliflower, onion, and chickpeas in onion powder, onion salt, olive oil, red pepper flakes, and lemon juice
-roast in an air fryer or in the oven until crispy (10-15 mins airfryer, 25-30 mins oven @ 350)
-add roasted mixture to arugula and top with tomatoes, lemon juice, and spicy cashew dressing (crushed cashew pieces would also be amazing on this)
Enjoy:)))
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“SOY CURLS AND BRUSSELS” . I don’t know about you, but I never heard of soy cur…

“SOY CURLS AND BRUSSELS”
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I don’t know about you, but I never heard of soy curls until recently and when I did I decided to purchase them on amazon right away! I will admit they sat in my pantry for about 2 months because I had no idea what to do with them, but recently I decided to open them up and give them a try and they are amazing! They are basically just soy protein shaped into chicken like pieces. All you do is soak them in water then either sauté them in a pan with oil or roast them in the airfryer like I did. Anyways, if you are interested in the recipe please scroll below:)
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Reciped:
-Brussels
-soy curls
-sriracha
-broccoli (I used frozen)
-tamari
-salt and pepper
-sesame oil
-everything but the bagel seasoning
-cauliflower rice ( I didn’t have it, but it would be so good with this!)
*i just mixed everything together and roasted them in the airfryer for about 15 mins at 350! You can roast in the oven as well, but I recommend pan frying the soy curls if you don’t have an airfryer.
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“SAUTÉED KALE AND VEG” . . Super yummy and very nourishing bowl filled with my …

“SAUTÉED KALE AND VEG”
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Super yummy and very nourishing bowl filled with my favorite veggies. I just threw all the Ingredients in a pot with some vegetable broth and let the flavors really immerse themselves. I recommend adding the kale about 2 mins before veg combo is done so it does not loose all of its freshness (you can also use frozen spinach or kale though). I cooked the “soup” for about 30 minutes on medium / high heat stirring it every few minutes so it didn’t stick to the pot. If you are interested in the recipe scroll below.

Base:
-kale
-cauliflower
-ginger (1 tbsp minced)
-garlic (1 clove finely chopped)
-vegetable broth (2 cups)
-carrots
-cranberries
-quinua
-sweet onion
Toppings: lemon zest and while wheat baguette from @wholefoods with roasted heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, and salt.
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LAST NIGHTS MEAL • FALL FILLED SOUP :) . Nothing says fall like butternut squas…

LAST NIGHTS MEAL • FALL FILLED SOUP 🙂
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Nothing says fall like butternut squash soup. This recipe was so easy! I put everything in one pot and while it did take about and hour to cook, I didn’t have to do anything besides stir it occasionally! Also I added some fun toppings like cranberries and roasted pepita seeds because why not. Oh also I have a new obsession with coconut flakes so I roasted those and added them on the side (not pictured). See the recipe for all the components below:

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Butternut squash soup:
-1 butternut squash
-1 yellow onion
-3-4 cups vegetable broth
-2-3 tablespoons of olive oil
-salt and pepper (2 tbsp)
-2-3 tbsp maple syrup or honey
-rosemary (fresh is way better, 4 tbsp chopped)
-garlic clove chopped finely (or 2 tbsp garlic powder)
-1 cup quinua
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Now time for the cauliflower which I put in the soup. (Make double to use as a spread for the bread!)
-1/2-3/4 cauliflower
-rosemary (3 tbsp chopped)
-2 tbsp olive oil
-2 tbsp nutritional yeast
– 2 tbsp black pepper
-1 tbsp garlic powder
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Toppings:
– cranberries & pepitas roasted in rosemary and olive oil
-coconut flakes
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Brussels, cranberries, red onion, and balsamic glaze. It’s truly as easy as that…

Brussels, cranberries, red onion, and balsamic glaze. It’s truly as easy as that! I just mixed the ingredients together and let them roast in the airfryer for 10 mins. You can also do this in the oven but will need more time for the vegetables to roast. Hope you enjoy! More content coming soon… I have just had approx. 0 time to even check my Instagram!
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Phineas and (f)HERB • First of all, GREAT show, Second of all, there are some G…

Phineas and (f)HERB

First of all, GREAT show,
Second of all, there are some GREAT herbs in this dish. First my favorite, basil. I recently bought a basil plant from @traderjoes which I highly recommend since they are so affordable so ofc I used a whole lot of basil leaves in this recipe. I also bought a rosemary plant (which as you know is my newfound obsession) so I used a whole lot of that in this Italian dish as well. And because no Italian dish is complete without garlic, I added some roasted garlic cloves to the “Italian portion” of the dish as well. FYI the Italian portion of the dish is the tomato and quinua part. The other component of this meal was some nutritional yeast and garlic roasted asparagus and my leftover rosemary potato salad (which has a whole post dedicated to it) so I will just be sharing the recipes for the quinua and tomato combo (don’t know what else to call it lol) and the asparagus. Anyways scroll down to see the recipes!


The “Italian part”
-grape tomatoes
-kale
-rosemary
-basil
-garlic cloves
-canned tomatoes
-quinua
-nutritional yeast
-olive oil
-yellow onion

Instructions:
-add olive oil to a pan with the grape tomatoes and onion
-after cooking the above for a few minutes add in the roasted tomatoes, pre cooked quinua, and finely chopped rosemary and basil
-at the same time drizzle 2 tbsp olive oil and some sea salt to the kale and garlic cloves and throw tomatoes them into the airfryer or into the oven to roast until the kale is crisp and the cloves are browned
-once the contents in the oven / airfryer are done add them to the pan / pot mixture and serve right after combined
-add salt and red pepper flakes to taste


Asparagus:
-coat with olive oil, sea salt, crushed garlic pieces, black pepper, and nutritional yeast
-roast in the oven or airfryer until crispy
-serve and enjoy!


• inspired by @_beautybites