Skinny Pasta PrimaveraOmitting the oil, butter, and cream from this dish lowers the calories and fat without getting rid of the yum factor in this classic Italian pasta. Can be made partially vegan or
completely vegan as you choose.Vegan Parmesan CheeseReminiscent of dairy Parmesan, this tasty, versatile mix can be used for salads, pasta, or as a vegetable garnish.Spinach Salad with Oranges and BeetsThis distinctive salad offers an inspired combination of textures and flavors.Bubble Tea or CoffeeOriginating in Taiwan, this milk-based treat has delighted the world for a number of years. Always containing tapioca pearls, it can be made plain, fruity, or with flavored syrups and seasonings. It can even be made with coffee instead of black or green tea. It is a cold, creamy drink that refreshes and delights.Spring Greens SoupThis delicious soup uses some of Spring’s new leafy greens as we herald a new growing season. It is light and full of nutrients. Serve it as a first course or make it a meal by adding potatoes or beans, warming and tasty either way!Xigua PopsiclesWhat is more refreshing than watermelon on a hot summer day? How about a popsicle? This recipe is super easy–frozen watermelon on a stick. What kid wouldn’t love one of those? Xigua popsicles are inspired by the xigua watermelon from Africa.Coconut ChutneyTraditionally served with South Indian meals, especially dosas and idlis, you will love this delicious, creamy, and spicy dip. It is easy to make and tastes so much better coming from your kitchen!Cilantro Mint ChutneyPickles and chutneys are always served at an Indian meal. Cilantro Mint Chutney is easy to make and will add a nice zing to curries and dosas.Chocolate Hazelnut SpreadDid somebody say a healthy, vegan Nutella wasn’t possible? Not anymore! This decadent chocolate hazelnut spread is sure to delight you and your family members. Whether enjoyed on toast, pancakes, in a myriad of breakfast recipes, or just as is, this is a treat your taste buds deserve!Applesauce, Chunky or SmoothThis apple recipe, redolent with cinnamon, can be served warm or chilled. The chunky version is almost like a crustless apple pie. It’s versatile enough to be served with a dollop of ice or whipped cream for dessert or poured over pancakes or waffles for breakfast.Hot ChocolateIt is that time of the year again! This hot chocolate is surely going to add a blast of “yum” to your Christmas party. Similar to what you’ll find served in a Paris bistro, our recipe is thick, creamy, and decadent.Hermit CookiesSoft, spicy cookies studded with walnuts, raisins, and dates. Keep these in a covered container for a day to enhance the flavors!