Walnut No-Meat Balls Ingredients
2 small white potatoes, grated, liquid drained.
Walnut no-meat ball directions
Vegan/dairy-free option: Replace Cheddar cheese with a sprinkling of nutritional yeast flakes or a vegan cheese alternative of your choice.
Yields 4 cups of homemade coconut milk.
Here’s my favorite recipe for overnight oats! Feel free to make it your own. Overnight oats are a simple, healthy breakfast that you can make ahead for busy mornings. The recipe below yields 1 serving, so make as many servings (each in a separate jar) as you’d like. Overnight oats will keep for up to 5 days in the refrigerator.
MAKE IT GLUTEN FREE: Use certified gluten-free oats.
MAKE IT VEGAN: Choose one of the dairy-free milk options listed above. If adding additional sweetener, use maple syrup instead of honey.
MAKE IT NUT FREE: Omit the nut butter or replace it with sunbutter. If you’re using muesli, follow my instructions for making nut-free muesli in the recipe notes for that recipe.
WARM IT UP: Overnight oats are typically served chilled. However, if you prefer warm oats, you can heat them in the microwave. Just use a microwave-safe jar and stir frequently while you’re warming them up. Since the oats are so thick, I’m not sure this would work well on the stove top, but you could give it a try.
Beautiful Greek salad made with wedges of romaine lettuce, fresh tomatoes and olives piled on top, and a lemon tahini dressing. These salads don’t store well for later, so they are best served immediately (or you can store leftover lettuce, toppings, and dressing separately, and assemble them just before serving). Recipe yields 4 rather large green salads.
This healthy green salad features crisp lettuce, edamame, chopped cabbage, bell pepper and broccoli in homemade carrot-ginger salad dressing. So delicious! Recipe yields 4 medium-sized salads.
Carrot Ginger Dressing
This salad dressing tastes remarkably fresh, creamy and light. It would pair nicely with other recipes with Asian flavors. Recipe yields about 1 ⅓ cups salad dressing.
This celery salad recipe will surprise you! Crisp celery, toasted almonds, dates and Parmesan combine to create an irresistibly fresh salad. Prepare the celery and place it in the ice bath (step 1) before you start working on the remaining ingredients. Recipe yields 4 side salad portions.
This no-bake Greek yogurt tart recipe looks impressive, but it’s very easy to make and nutritious, too! I topped mine with raspberries and strawberries, but use any fresh fruit you’d like. Recipe yields one 9-inch tart (6 slices).
For the crust
For the filling
NOTESRecipe adapted a tiny bit from Inspiralized & Beyond by Ali Maffucci.
ALI’S TIP: You can make individual tarts by using six ramekins lined with parchment paper and dividing the ingredients accordingly.
MAKE IT DAIRY FREE: Use your favorite brand of thick dairy-free yogurt.
MAKE IT VEGAN: See above, and drizzle the tart with maple syrup instead of honey.
You’re looking at the ultimate vegetarian nachos recipe! No meat here—just tortilla chips, beans, veggies, lots of cheese and simple, creamy avocado sauce. Recipe yields 6 servings.
MAKE IT GLUTEN FREE: Use certified gluten-free tortilla chips (most are gluten-free since they’re made with 100% corn, but double check).