This is hands down the best sandwich I ever made! Combining the flavors of goddess sauce with a Mediterranean twist, and the texture of chickpeas and artichokes, this tastes and feels amazingly like a delicious tuna salad. It hits all the right notes and makes for a super practical, power-packed lunch option.
I am using my vegan cheddar cheese spread (recipe here) at the bottom of sandwich but feel free to use any vegan cream cheese or mayo.
Here is the fill recipe:
This is perhaps one of the easiest (and fastest) pastries you can make with minimum time investment and absolutely impressive results. Made with only a few common ingredients, the recipe is pretty much about spreading a few things over a tortilla and rolling it up before sending it to oven. I always loved using tahini in desserts, I think it creates a wonderful contrast to the sweet taste and lends a luscious, almost earthy flavor in a very good way. The tortillas, of course, are the time savers here. They eliminate the need to make a pastry dough from scratch and they bake into a wonderfully crunchy texture. The recipe, along with a video is below:
This incredibly easy home made vegan protein bar is powered by five different superfood seeds, packing a serious amount protein as well as fiber, good fats and carbs. In a plant protein world largely dominated by soy, other beans, peas, gluten and nuts, the nutritional powerhouse seeds are often overlooked. But they are potent, and they are a nice alternative for those who wish to avoid or lessen soy, gluten or nut consumption.
This recipe is quite minimal, the only cooking involved is the toasting of the oats and the seeds but the bars themselves are not baked afterwards. The sweetening comes largely from dates and there is no added refined oil! And the result is a delightfully fresh and chewy consistency with an almost addictive texture due to all the variety of seeds.
I almost always have some of these available in the fridge or freezer and they are a life saver and an absolute treat. The recipe is below:
Sometimes I get to cheat and use a pre-made dough to go from zero to insanely delicious pastry in about 30 minutes 🙂 I have always been fond of the idea of baking tahini into desserts. I made these for my dear friend Angela (www.rawmamanature.com). Not only she waited for the photo shoot, but she modeled for it too <3 Checkout her amazing artwork here: www.angelazanolari.com
Oh and the recipe for the pastry roll is below:
Zero to glorious in 15 minutes! This is so easy to prepare and so much fun to have available in the freezer for whenever the dessert craving calls. No refined sugars, #nobake, #glutenfree, #vegan, and incredibly delicious. The “caramel” filling here has a pretty convincing flavor with delightful tahini and peanut butter tones, and a relatively thicker consistency. The crust is basically made up of nuts and raisins because I am in love with that texture and taste. Here is the recipe: