These mango pickles will have you wanting to take a trip to Mauritius. Sour, flavorful, and exquisitely interesting. Mauritius has it’s own unique style of pickle, so get ready, gastronauts! Unlike other sorts of pickles, these are meant to be enjoyed pretty quickly. They are quick to make but will only keep for a few days! So you’ll have to get right to it!
If you follow the recipes we post here with any regularity, you already know how crazy we are for zucchini. You might know the famous capacity for this undervalued vegetable to become noodles. Well, lasagna is a sort of noodle. And so here we are! Zucchini Lasagna! This amazing lasagna is lasagna without wheat and without cheese! It’s basically a magic trick. But unlike magic tricks, even you can produce it! It’s remarkably simple. All you need is a food processor. A mandolin is helpful but not required!
It doesn’t get much simpler than this for a delicious bite-sized treat! This take on doughnut holes has a grand total of four ingredients. 10 minutes of your time and 2 steps to make. Literally anyone could do it, and the result is a lovely vanilla coconut confection that looks as good as it tastes.
Dates make for an amazing sweetener (as so many great recipes show!) A natural whole food with plenty of sugary sweetness, dates also come packed with actual nutrients and minerals. Sure, sugar is always something you need to be wary of. But in moderation it is a lovely thing, when you can get it from natural, unrefined source!
Mmm, corn chowder! Creamy, hearty, comforting. Making soup in a blender is super easy, and preserves all those delicious nutrients and phytochemicals. This vegan corn chowder is made creamy by avocado and unsweetened almond milk (you can substitute for other non-dairy milk if you have almond allergies). The rich flavors are rounded out with paprika, garlic, lemon and — believe it or not! — vanilla. Great as a side or as a main dish.
Chocolate tacos! And you thought chocolate pizza was out there. Well now if you’re looking to take a little bit of a Mexican approach towards your dessert-version of a classic favorite dish, then why not whip up some chocolate tacos?
Chocolate taco shells, banana ice cream, vanilla nut cream, and chocolate sauce. They may leave you wanting a siesta, but they’re still pretty good for you! A great snack for a hot day.
Like all of Lisa Viger’s fantastic recipes, these dessert tacos can be made for under $10. You’d have a hard time even finding tacos that aren’t made of chocolate for that price!