ONE. Oven baked fries
I’m quite taken with Caitlin Shoemaker; she’s been a main food inspo for a while now. Super keen to try her oven baked fries! Not that I’ve never baked fries in my own oven before, I just want to see if they’re any better than what I usually throw together. (Erm. Pretty sure they will be. I haven’t the faintest what I’m doing; am I even allowed in the kitchen??)
TWO. Cookie dough
Another snack idea! This time from Lisa Kitahara on YouTube:
I’ve tried similar things, but never the combo tofu AND chickpeas. I am so sure it’s a winner! Obvs making mine with PB and cinnamon.
THREE. Garlicky greens with sweet potato, sesame + quinoa
Just look at the orange accent! And garlicky greens? It doesn’t get any better than that!
Recipe at This Rawsome Vegan Life.
FOUR. Vegan mac + cheese
A cashew + squash cheese sauce you say? I’m intrigued!
Vegan Mac & Cheeze 🧀🌿 Creamy cruelty-free cashew cheeze sauce makes this classic comfort food way better and healthier than using actual cheese or dairy! I switch things up by using kabocha squash, sweet potato or butternut squash. This recipe is so fun to play around with and great if you're new to plant-based food! Hope you love it as much as I do! . Cashew Cheeze Sauce ↠ 1/3 cup roasted kabocha squash, sweet potato or butternut squash ↠ 1/3 cup raw unsalted cashews ↠ 1/4 cup filtered water or veggie broth ↠ Juice of 1/4 lemon ↠ 2 tbsp olive oil (optional) ↠ 1-2 tbsp nutritional yeast ↠ 1/4 tsp garlic powder ↠ 1/4 tsp onion powder ↠ sea salt and pepper to taste . Blend everything in a high-speed blender. Add the sauce to your favorite pasta with some leafy greens and lightly steamed broccoli! Enjoy! x #rawmanda
OK then. Aptly demonstrated how I’m far too excited about food. I’ll just go now.