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??Vegan Easter Recipes??

?Vegan Easter Recipes?

Hello and good morning!

Ok, I’m finally posting the Vegan Easter Recipes I promised you all. The past few weeks have been crazy busy for my little cleaning business. To tell the truth, I kind of lost track of time?

 So here I am to deliver you some great vegan Easter recipes!

Since I made you wait so long for this post, I’m going to get right into the recipes?

?Just click the links below?

 Balsamic Strawberry Asparagus 

Vegan Deviled Potatoes

Herb Roasted Tri-Colored Carrots

Layered Mushroom & Cannellini Bean Pie

Lemon Asparagus Pasta

Rosemary Raisin Rolls

12 Easter Desserts

75  Vegan Spring Recipes

Vegan Easter

And there you have it! Tons of Vegan Easter recipes all in one place!

Now comes the hard part, which ones to choose!?

⭐️I hope you all find this post helpful⭐️

?Have a very Happy Easter?

Please feel free to leave comments or question ✌??



???So Easy So Good Veggie Salad???

So easy, so good! Yes this Vegan Veggie Salad is both!

I wasn’t really sure what to title this post. Yes I will tell you how to make the veggie salad. I also wanted to share with you why.

I’ve  been vegan for over three years now. I love being vegan and can’t imagine not being vegan. I eat only vegan food. The majority of the time I make all my meals from scratch. On some occasions I do eat packaged vegan foods. That my friends is what I mainly want to talk about. I promise I’ll keep it short ?

I’ve  noticed that my body isn’t very happy  with me when I eat processed or package food even though it’s vegan.  To be truthful, my body feels like crap when I eat packed foods.

Listen to your body!

There are so many packaged vegan foods popping up in stores nowadays.

just because they’re vegan doesn’t mean they’re good for you. Some contain a lot of  sugar, sodium, oils, and some strange stuff I can’t pronounce?

If you want to make sure the food you are eating is really good for you it’s best to make it yourself. I love knowing what is going into my body. When I make my meals from scratch I know exactly what I’m eating.

cooking from scratch isn’t hard or time consuming. You don’t need recipes or strange ingredients.

This is the part where the veggie salad comes in?

It really is so easy to make!

I’ll tell you how I made mine, but you can make yours however you like?

I used One 15oz can of organic no sodium black beans, one 15oz can of organic chickpeas. Drained and rinsed them. Pour into a large bowl. Add a 15 oz can of organic diced tomatoes with their juice. That’s the base of the salad. From this point on you can add any veggies and seasonings you like.

I added about a cup of corn, one chopped red bell pepper, a half red onion chopped, less then 1/4 cup of Oliver oil, a little sea salt and fresh ground pepper, a few dashes of chili powder, and some dried cilantro. Mix it all up in the bowl.

I like to put fresh basil on the top when serving.

You can serve it as is in a bowl, put it on top of spinach or rice, or even wrap it up in a tortilla and toast it ( I did the wrap yesterday for lunch, so good !)

So there you have it!

Have fun experimenting with your food. Spices are a great way to add flavor to anything.

choose the foods you love and create your own amazing meals❤️

⭐️I hope you found this post useful⭐️

If you try the Veggie Salad recipe let me know if you like it.

If you come up with your own creation, I’d love to hear about that too!



❤️❤️❤️Vegan Valentines Day Recipes❤️❤️❤️

Hey friends! Just wanted to share a quick post with you.

? It’s  that time, love is in the air ?

So what better way to show the one you love how much you really love them, then be making them a home made vegan Valentine’s Day dinner, or treat!

I’ve got everything you need, from Entrees, Desserts,  breakfast, and even drinks right here in one post!

Just click on the linK


    ❤️Hope you have a Happy  Valentines Day❤️



?Easy Four Ingredients Vegan Chili?

?Easy Four Ingredients Vegan Chili?

Hey everyone! I know it’s been awhile since my last post. Time has a way of flying by. But I’m back and I have a really simply, quick, yummy recipe to share with you. I kind of came up with this out of necessity. It was one of those running all day kind of days. Got home around dinner time, was starving and needed something I could throw together fast. So I checked my fridge, cabinets, and my veggie stash.

And that’s how this recipe was created?

Ok, here we go!


  • One 15oz can of black beans,  ( reserve some of the liquid from the beans)drained and rinsed
  • One 15oz can of Fire roasted tomatoes with their liquid
  • one small sweet potato
  • one package of Chili seasoning mix


  1. Cook the sweet potato. I just put mine in the microwave for a few minutes. Once done leave to cool a bit.
  2. In a pot on medium heat put the black beans, Fire roasted tomatoes, and as much of the Chili seasoning you like. I start with just a little seasoning and add more as I cook the chili.
  3. Chop the cooked sweet potato into cubes, as big or small as you like
  4. Add chopped sweet potatoes to the pot.
  5. Cook the chili on medium heat until it starts to boil then turn heat down to simmer so the seasonings have time to really release their flavor. If the Chili is too thick you can add some of the liquid you reserved from the beans. At this point taste your Chili. Adjust the seasoning to your taste. Add salt and pepper if you like.

Serve in two bowls.  You can add tortilla chips on the side or broken up in your Chili. I also like to add some Tahini on top of mine, so good!

Well that’s it! Easy right?

I hope you give this recipe a try. Feel free to experiment with it. Maybe add some different seasoning or add some vegan soy Chorizo to it.  (Trader Joe’s makes a fealty good vegan Chorizo). Either way you choose I hope you like it?

Thanks for reading!

⭐️Comments and questions are always welcomed⭐️

Check back, I will be posting about some great vegan products I’ve found. I’ve tried them all and will give you the low down on all of them.

Sorry about the not so clear pictures☹️ They looked clear when I took them?



???Holiday Desserts???

Aaah, finally what we’ve all been waiting for…

Holiday Desserts!

I tried to collect as many different types of  desserts as I could so everyone could find at least one thing they like.

So let’s get started with our last post of the Marking The Holidays A Little Bit Easier Series

Vegan Candy Cane Fudge

Gingerbread Bunt Cake

10 Vegan Treats

 Christmas Cheesecake

Candy Cane Nice Cream

 Cranberry Walnut Tart

  Cranberry Pear Crisp

Snowmen Meringue Cookies

Chocolate Pudding Cake

German Christmas Stollen

  Vegan Pumpkin Pie

 Vegan Eggnog Cheese Cake

 Vegan Carmelitas

  Chocolate Panforte Italian Christmas Cake

Vegan Pecan Pie

Vegan Chocolate Cake

 Christmas Cookies

whoa! That’s a lot of desserts!

⭐️Hope you enjoy this post⭐️

Let me know if you make any of these desserts and what you Think

I want to Thank you all for reading my little blog❤️

I hope you all have a Very Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, Happy Kwanzaa, or any other Special Holiday you may Celebrate.

May the New Year bring you Peace and Joy



???Vegan Holiday Beverages???

 Next up in the “Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier” series…Holiday Beverages☕️??

Who doesn’t like a nice cheerful, warm, cold,  or hot beverage at Christmas time? I have collected a few recipes that should get you through the Holidays no matter what type of drink you prefer.

Ok, let’s get to the drinks!

Pomegranate Gin Fizz

 Vegan Frozen White Russian

Peppermint Cocoa Matcha Latte

Vegan Vanilla Latte

  Vegan Hot Buttered Rum

Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Cider

Christmas Sangria

 Vegan Coquito

Holiday Nog

Gingerbread Vegan Hot Chocolate

Wow! Thats a lot of Christmas cheer!

When you click the link to the Vegan Vanilla Latte recipe you will get bonus vegan drink recipes! It’s like a little extra Christmas present?

⭐️Hope you enjoy this post⭐️

Keep on the look out for the last post of the ” Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier”  series…

 ? Vegan Holiday Desserts?





?? Vegan Christmas Holiday Side Dishes??

Hey guys I’m back with some Vegan side dishes to go along with those vegan Entrees I posted for you.

I don’t know about you but sides are my favorite!  I could skip the entree altogether and just eat the side dishes!

Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier

 Get ready for some awesome sides

Roasted Asparagus

Vegan Corn Bread

Tahini Whipped Sweet Potatoes

Green Bean Casserole

Baked Pumpkin Mac & Cheese

Cranberry Quinoa Salad

Roasted Carrots

Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes

Maple Balsamic Brussel Sprouts

 Sweet Corn Pudding

Ok, now that’s a lot of sides! I sure hope you can find a few you like.

Next up in our series will be

Holiday Beverages!

Yes, some will be Grown Up Drinks!??☕️

So now the only thing left will be everyone’s favorite…Dessert?

⭐️Hope you find this post useful⭐️

Dont forget to leave your comments or questions



??Holiday Vegan Entrees??

Still stressing over what to serve for Christmas dinner?

Relax, I’ve got it all right here!

Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier

 Vegan Entrees

The  most important part of the meal, the entree. Everything centers around that main dish, the star of the show⭐️

I gathered up a few I thought you all may like. I tried to vary it as much as possible so there would be something for everyone. Most of these I have tried, and can say they are very good.

ok, so here we go! Click on the links below for your Vegan Christmas Entrees

Spicy Crispy Breaded Tofu Strips

Vegan Eggplant Parmesan

 Chickpea Cutlets with Mushroom Gravy

Lentil Loaf With Classic Brown Onion Gravy

 Cashew Ricotta and Spinach Stuffed Shells

 Classic Chickpea Vegan Meatloaf

  Vegan Veggie Lasagna

Puffed Pastry Wrapped Lentil Loaf

 Butternut Squash With Sage And Chickpea Stuffing

So there you have it, the list of Vegan Entrees to get you through Christmas Dinner.

⭐️Hope you find this post useful⭐️

Next up in the ” Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier” series will be everyone’s favorite…side dishes!




???Holiday Vegan Appetizers And Snack???

 Here it is as promised!

The next post in the Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier Series

 Vegan Appetizers and Snacks

Who doesn’t love seeing the dinning table full of yummy appetizers and snacks to munch on before dinner?!  For some it’s the best part of the day. So, I’m going to share with you a ton of recipes to help you ace the Holiday Appetizer and Snack Table! People will be talking about your Hoilday spread for years to come?

Here are the links

The Ultimate Vegan Snack Board

Vegan Sausage Rolls

 Vegan Deviled Potato Bites

Vegan Carrots In A Blanket 

Vegan Cheese Recipes

Vegan Pinwheel Recipe

 Cowboy Caviar 

Ok, do you think that will be enough to get you through the Appetizer and Snack portion of the day? ?

I have personally made a few of these recipes. The Pinwheels and the Cowboy Caviar are my all time favorites. So easy to make and taste great!

⭐️I hope you find this post helpful⭐️

?Stay tuned for the next Post in the Making The Holidays A Little Bit Easier Series.?

?I’m thinking Entrees ?



??Vegan Christmas Cookie Recipes ??


The Holidays can be a little crazy! So, I’ve decided to give you all a little help

Over the next few days I will be posting recipes that will take you from appetizers to entrees to sides, desserts, drinks, you name it.

?Today I’m starting with Christmas cookies ?

This will help you cross the, ” I need a vegan cookie recipe for the cookie exchange”, off your list.

Plus who doesn’t love having yummy vegan Christmas cookies in the house all of December?!

Christmas Cookies

Christmas  cookies also make thoughtful gifts. Tie them up in a pretty little bag and you have the perfect present to give a teacher, the mail man, the paper boy ( are there still paper boys?), your neighbor, or that unexpected relative that shows up out of the blue.

⭐️I hope you enjoy this post⭐️

If you make any of these recipes let me know what you think

Keep an eye out for more Christmas post to help you ease your way through the holiday!