Category Archives: Snacks

Momo Granola Bars: Matt Frazier’s No Meat Athlete

In the last few years, there has been quite a spotlight on plant-based fitness. When I first became vegan, there was little talk of vegan athletes. Now, it’s very different. A plant-based diet is finally getting the recognition it deserves in the arena of fitness and athletic pursuits – as being the optimal diet to… Continue Reading

Raw Raspberry Pudding and Review of JEM Nut Butters

You may think that all nut butters are created equally – and that if you’ve tried one, you know how another is going to taste. I mean, if you have tried roasted almond butter, you know how it tastes. Then, you try raw almond butter, which tastes different… but another raw almond butter is going… Continue Reading

Pumpkincredible Hummus

Here it is, my last Pumpkinfest post.  I’ve posted quite a few sweet pumpkin recipes, so thought I’d deliver a savory recipe to give the Pumpkin Chickpea Cauliflower Curry some company. What’s a month without hummus?  Really, can I go one month without posting – or at least talking about – hummus?  I have made… Continue Reading

Sugar-Free Vegan Caramel Apples

Pumpkinfest continues today with a sweet treat for Halloween (and while technically there’s no pumpkin in this recipe, it is entirely pumpkin-related!) Did you love caramel and candy apples as a kid?  I sure did, though as a juvenile junk-food-junkie, I opted to eat the caramel or candy – but leave the apple behind (so… Continue Reading

Pumpkinfest and Vegan MOFO: Pumpkin Snackles

So far Pumpkinfest and Vegan MOFO has brought us Pumpkin Pie Custards with Brulee Topping and a Chocolate Pumpkin Pie.  Today, something for everyday kind of healthy snacking. I decided to throw my Oat Snackles into the pumpkin patch!  Result?  Love at first bite.  Kind of like the ‘you put chocolate in my peanut butter’… Continue Reading

Wholesome Oat Snackles (vegan, oil-free, gluten-free option)

There are a few snack and cookie recipes that get whipped up in my kitchen every week, including Tamari Roasted Chickpeas, Banana Oat Bundles, Maple Banana Bread, Hummus (hummus, and more hummus), and these… Wholesome Oat Snackles from Let Them Eat Vegan.  I created these out of sheer immediate snack-necessity!  I was in the kitchen,… Continue Reading

Nutty Banana Pops: 5 minutes, 5 easy steps!

I mocked up these Nutty Banana Pops for the girls one day.  They are the easiest treat to make that I want to share them with you.  There’s not even a recipe, just a how-to.  I think some of you will appreciate that, because sometimes we just want ideas instead of specific ingredients and recipe… Continue Reading

“Hello Vegan” Bars + more recipes!

Happy Friday my plant-powered friends!  I decided to add more content to my recipes page today, so you will now find recipes there for (click the photo to link directly to the recipe)… Plus, two recipes that you might not have seen or tried just yet!… Roasted Red Pepper & Almond Hummus from the hummus… Continue Reading

Curried Chickpea Hummus with Raisins

I am not a hummus purist. If you have ed&bv (with its full chapter on hummus), you know this.  In my world, hummus is a food group. So, why not have some fun with it?  Use different beans, different nut/seed butters, and different seasonings?  A perfect example of taking hummus in a new direction is… Continue Reading

Product Review: YogaEarth’s Keen-Wah Decadence Bars

Once in a while a new food find is particularly exciting.  No surprise this particular find is chocolate-related. These new line of superfood “Keen-Wah Decadence” bars by are crazy-good!  Made with high-quality, whole-food ingredients, you will be surprised that they do taste decadent as promised! There are three flavors of these vegan, organic, gluten-free… Continue Reading

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Vegan Cuts

Wildside Jar for green smoothies, thick and nut-based sauces and dessert purees. I use mine 1-2x/day.

Twister Jar is the BEST for healthy, homemade salad dressings and sauces

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