Supermarket dressings are full of unnecessary ingredients and they are expensive. This dressing is super easy to make at home--and you'll save money while you're at it.
Almonds and walnuts give the texture and mouth feel of parmesan cheese. Nutritional yeast adds a hint of cheesiness. Combined with lemon and basil leaves, you get the bright, fresh taste of pesto with all vegan ingredients!
This is a super-simple way to make a thick and luscious cream for whatever dish you’re making.
Reimagine sour cream! Cashews make this sour cream silky smooth, creamy and dairy free. Substitute lime juice for vinegar, then add cilantro, and you have a great condiment for both Tex-Mex and curry recipes.
Dairy-free sour cream? That is the gift of the cashew gods! Raw cashews combine with a handful of other ingredients to make this great condiment. You can even adjust the thickness to suit your taste.
You’ll love having this Asian-inspired sauce at the ready in your refrigerator. With just 7 ingredients and a whisk or immersion blender, this versatile sauce is ready to spice up all kinds of kitchen creations in minutes. With this sauce at the ready, Almost Instant Pad Thai is never more than 10 minutes away. Got the munchies? Try a teaspoon on a cracker! Yup! That hits the spot!
If you’ve not roasted peppers before, you will learn how for this recipe. It’s really not hard at all. Then toss your freshly roasted pepper in the blender with a few other ingredients. Forty-five seconds in the blender and you have a great tasting dip or sauce. An extra bonus? The color on this is perfect for your Halloween buffet table!Sidenote, check out Kassia Fiedor's cookbook, Cocina Holistica! It’s the star of our resources shopping page AND the inspiration for this recipe!
These lemons are as simple as salt and lemons. 10 minutes to prepare, 30 days to ferment, and then you have the fresh taste of summer in your pantry all winter long.