This sauce was served as an accompaniment to my Buddha bowl party. It’s great to just have a bowl of this hanging out in your fridge to dress up any bowl of rice, use as a dipping sauce for summer rolls, toss with pasta and some greens for a quick meal, or have it as an accompanying sauce for fried tofu. It’s super easy to make, and has a lot of my favorite ingredients (peanut butter, coconut milk, and Thai… Read more »

This recipe is for my friend, Stella! I post frequently on Instagram (@this_veglife), more often than I do here. I haven’t had much time to do other stuff, since I had my baby towards the end of August, and meals as of late have been flash-prepared in a matter of minutes, with no time to write down recipes. When I posted a picture of this and Stella asked for the recipe, the pressure was on to start doing this recipe-writing… Read more »

My 4-year-old loves these popsicle molds that I bought from Sur la table, and I do too! They’re so cute, portion-controlled, and she loves to pull up a chair to the kitchen counter to help make the “green monkey” popsicles and put the popsicle sticks in for me. Introduce fruits and vegetables to your kid’s snacks by simply making a thick smoothie and putting them in fun popsicle molds. In this little treat, I put in kale, banana, coconut milk,… Read more »

I’ve been making chia seed refreshers and puddings for awhile now, so wanted to post this recipe for y’all. It’s stupid easy, and requires little more than some bicep strength in one arm, to shake the mason jar. You don’t even need a whisk! Chia seeds are loaded with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and minerals. About two tablespoons of chia seeds will give you 10 grams of fiber – definitely easy to meet your fiber quota! This pudding is… Read more »