I have joined the Instant Pot club, y’all! I received a pressure cooker as a gift for Christmas and I can’t wait to get started sharing new recipes with each one of you. I already have so many ideas and requests, I don’t know where to get started. Have you been feeling the same? Since it’s January and I’m still on a soup kick, here’s a roundup of my top dairy-free soup recipes to try ASAP!
Dairy-Free Pizza Pockets fresh out of the oven are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Nothing screams nostalgia quite like pizza pockets! Recreate a healthier and homemade version using puffy dough, dairy-free cheese, your favorite marinara, and toppings.
One Pot Veggie Udon Soup is perfect for those chilly nights when all you want to do is order take-out. Curl up with a big bowl of my protein packed udon soup this winter. With one pot and 3 easy steps, you’ll be warm in less than 15 minutes.
Loaded Veggie Breakfast Hash is protein packed with roasted potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnip, tofu scramble, mushrooms, celery, and red onion. Customize this hash to meet your needs, perfect for using up leftovers or treating your vegan friends.
Mushroom & Walnut Bolognese comes together in under an hour, is perfect for beginners in the kitchen, and even husband-approved. This vegan pasta dish is also gluten-free and will satisfy every member of the family!
It’s PSL season!!! Since becoming lactose intolerant, I haven’t trusted ordering fancy coffee drinks out. I actually have recently switched to drinking black tea in the morning instead of a cup of coffee. It’s not that I don’t enjoy coffee anymore, I just needed the change. As the cold front has been moving through north Texas, I have been indulging in a pumpkin spice latte to perk me up during that 2pm slump. It’s not just dairy-free, it’s vegan! So everybody can enjoy it! Continue reading
This homemade creamed corn is fresh, comforting, and filling. Leave the guilt at the door because this lighted up and vegan side dish is warm, creamy, and just what you’ve been longing for.
I received free samples of Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Before developing lactose intolerance, I would literally eat creamed corn as an after school snack. I was obsessed! If you’ve ever enjoyed creamed corn, you know how unhealthy some can be. That is far from the case with this recipe–dare I say this is healthy? We’ll agree on healthyish! Continue reading