Showing posts from February, 2020

Chickpea Cakes with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce ♥

Oh people, if you're looking for a weeknight-easy veggie burger, this recipe belongs on the top of your make-now list. I call them Chickpea Cakes (this word dancer does love alliteration ...) but really, you might call them chickpea patties or even chickpea burgers. What is the difference between a "cake" and a "pattie" and a "burger"? Nothing but semantics so never mind, just grab a can of chickpeas and supper is 30 minutes away. Serve these moist, nubbly patties with a little Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce aka tzatziki on the side. These are great! Moist & Nubbly With Lots of Fresh Flavor. Easy Weeknight Vegetarian Dinner. Low Fat. High Protein. Weight Watchers Friendly.

Warm Butternut Squash & Chickpea Salad with Tahini Dressing ♥ Recipe

Today's weeknight-easy dinner idea: A warm salad, just cubes of spiced and roasted winter squash tossed with chickpeas and a lemon-brightened tahini dressing. Fresh & Seasonal, Perfect for a Cozy Mid-Winter Dinner. Easy Weeknight Supper. Weight Watchers Friendly. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Naturally Gluten Free.

Carrot & Fruit Oatmeal Slump ♥

A simple, satisfying breakfast, a takeoff on the wonderful Swiss Muesli I fell in love with in Switzerland. "Oatmeal Slump" or just "Slump" are silly family names for bowls of make-ahead oatmeal soaked until soft with fresh orange juice plus pineapple and carrot. Think bowls of morning sunshine! Fresh & Seasonal. Weekday Easy, Weekend Special. Naturally Gluten Free. Great for Meal Prep. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real .

Trader Joe’s Cauliflower, Kale & Sweet Potato Gnocchi Product Review

Which frozen vegetables from Trader Joe's taste good? are worth eating? and worth the money? Let's look at a trio of vegetable gnocchi, bags of cauliflower gnocchi, kale gnocchi and sweet potato gnocchi from the freezer section. They're getting a lot of attention. Is it deserved? This Is Not a Sponsored Review, it's just me, Alanna and your long-time veggie evangelist , sharing my view about a Trader Joe's vegetable product that my fellow vegetable lovers might find useful.