The sun is shining that means a wonderful thing: FESTIVAL SEASON. “One thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” (Thank you, Bob Marley.) As Vegiholics, we want you to keep your energy up, hydration level high, and to be able to dance your days/nights away without worrying about your health.
There’s no denying that we Vegiholics like to party. That being said, it’s crucial to stay hydrated while dehydrating (alcohol dehydrates!). Coconut water is over 95% water (*4% carbohydrates with protein/total fat content under 1% each*) and 100% AMAZE. Prepare and enjoy these delicious cocktails for spring/summer!
…But it doesn’t have to be a Tuesday to devour this taco trio! With Superbowl Sunday a few weeks away, you can create a filling, light, and balanced taco buffet for the Vegiholics in your life.
Today is the day, Vegiholics! There’s one recipe I’ve been BEGGED to post and since you’ve asked, you shall receive. Sur’s Goat Cheese Balls – in your home, healthy and super simple!
Whether your veggie tweens are throwing a slumber party or your friends are coming over for football, Portobello Burgers and Eggplant Fries are guaranteed to be a healthy hit.
Deviled eggs are one of the easiest and quickest additions to a brunch party. I’m all about making recipes versatile but also kicking them up a notch. Basic is boring! It’s all about leveling up.
Cauliflower ‘steaks’ are an easy and delicious main dish that requires minimal prep. Serve with a small side of angel hair or lentils for a vegetarian entree that will have those meat-eaters drooling with envy! They can also be served as a family-style shared appetizer.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and you know what that means: PARTY TIME. Whether you’re having Friendsgiving or a potluck in December, I’m here to help.
All hail (a spin on) Caesar! This is a fun vegetarian twist on the standard caesar dressing. (Remember: NO ANCHOVIES) The problem for vegetarians is that the anchovy paste used in caesar dressing immediately puts it on our “NO GO” list.