Quick & Easy #vegan Biscuits can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. These come together with 7 ingredients, 1 bowl and can be yours in only 30 minutes. I love that there is no rolling required, you shape, bake and dig in. They are so soft, warm and delicious. I love this recipe and hope you do too.
I am so excited to share with you my most requested, most remembered pumpkin bread. Nearly 7 years ago I made a loaf of pumpkin bread for my friends in the office. Barbara and Patty to date state it is best pumpkin bread they've had!!
I have a feeling you will LOVE this recipe! A simple quick bread recipe that can be made into muffins or even bread. Cinnamon Banana Raisin creates a comforting flavor and while they taste indulgent they are sweetened naturally with raisins and ripe bananas.
Fresh garlic and cilantro are infused into the dough, cooked over a piping hot skillet on the stove, placed over the gas flame for a few seconds and then brushed with optional oil, garlic and cilantro for one heck of a flatbread experience.
You know what I love? A hot warm biscuit right out of the oven. Don't you? Southern biscuits are made with healthy alternatives to the original yet are still so soft you can pull them apart, slice them easily, spread them with jam or top them with gravy.
Bring your meal to the next level with homemade biscuits. These biscuits are incredibly simple to make, they roll out easily, press into a circular shape with the lid of a mason jar and take less than 10 minutes to bake. We served ours with soup and loved them! Place them in a basket wrapped in a towel and serve warm, soft biscuits with your next meal. These would be great for the holidays and Thanksgiving coming up. Plus, they are vegan, gluten-free, oil-free and yeast-free for a completely plant-based whole-food recipe you can feel good about eating and sharing with others.
Some of the fondest memories of my grandma include her homemade zucchini bread. I had a couple extra zucchinis lying around and decided to make a loaf. I made a unique version that is free of gluten, dairy, oil and even sugar! I couldn't believe most zucchini bread recipes call for 1 cup of sugar, I always thought it was healthy since it had the word zucchini in it. Now, it really is healthy as cranberries or raisins are used instead of refined sugar to naturally sweeten the loaf. The results are better than I hoped for, it naturally puffs up while baking and then gets a nice golden crust. The inside was baked through and through. My husband and I found it extremely hard not to eat more than a serving, especially knowing how good it is for you. You are going to love this recipe!
1 Cup Packed Shredded Zucchini
1 Cup Cranberries or Raisins
1 Cup Dairy Free Milk
1 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar
6 Tbsp Aquafaba
1/4 Cup Mashed Ripe Banana
1 tsp Vanilla
2 cup All Purpose Gluten-Free Flour
1 Tbsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 tsp Ground Cinnamon
1/4 tsp Sea Salt
Recipe of the day:
In our travels we once stayed on a property owned by a sweet Mexican family. One bright morning we looked out and saw the mom making handmade tortillas. She had a station set up outside, her dough in a bowl, would take some out, press it in her hands and make her family the tortillas needed for that day. It was such a warm archetypal motherly feeling when watching her. I've tried my hand at tortillas and have had success but they are typically not very circular. Thankfully, one day, I was buying fruits and vegetables and my husband said he'd be back. Later that day he surprised me with a tortilla press made in MX! It makes the process so much easier and they turn out perfectly! You can find the recipe on the back of bag usually, the simple recipe I use is below. I can't help but think of that family and that fine morning when I make tortillas!
16 Handmade Corn Tortillas:
See the Enchilada Recipe to put these to use! :)
Sometimes there is nothing more comforting than a PB&J! It brings me right back to being a kid and fond memories. Those memories extend through out my life. Is it true for you? My husband is a huge fan and I knew he'd be tickled if I made him one. With homemade oat bread, pecan butter and strawberry jam, satisfaction was found!!
Oats and water plus a few other ingredients are all that will be needed to whip up a loaf of bread. It's not the fanciest loaf but it's warm, hot, gluten-free bread that works great as sandwich bread. Spread some nut butter and jam and you are eating few ingredients, all of which are healthy for you! No preservatives here, no additives, sugar, dairy, oil or gluten just 100% healthy ingredients to create a yummy sandwich!
For the bread:
Add Your Favorite Nut Butter and Jam. We chose a pecan butter with Homemade Strawberry Chia Jam!
5 Stars - Marcia writes:
Submitted on 2015/03/05 at 4:38 PM"This was absolutely delicious. This was only my 2nd try at using the bread machine first try did not come out so good. I used agave nectar, 1/3 cup. The bread was sweet and the texture was perfect. I am making it again, this time using molasses, because agave is so expensive. I highly recommend this recipe."
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