Traditionally ceviche is a dish made with seafood, however this unique version is simpler and gives you tons of flavor completely plant based!
The name Enchilada comes from the spanish verb enchilar which mean “to add chili pepper to”. In this recipe we will be creating a savory filling wrapped in tortillas and topped off with a delicious chili sauce!
This recipe is adapted from The Garden Grazer.
This is a pretty obvious recipe but many people haven’t had the treat of a non-meat BLT yet – and that’s a shame! “Fake bacon” is available at most grocery stores now, and has come a long way in terms of flavor . Just make sure to read the list of ingredients – many companies put egg white in to make it crispier. Why make just a regular sandwich with these ingredients when the flavors are so good you can make it a double decker?
What’s tropical about this recipe, you ask? Absolutely nothing except the fact that it’s a really simple – leaving you lots of lounging time in the hammock! Ahhhh.
Nice paired with an easy cold salad such as tossed dark greens, a healthy cole slaw, 3-bean salad, pickled beets, or tomatoes or cucumbers in vinaigrette.
This pineapple ice cream takes only TWO ingredients. You heard me right.
Frozen pineapple teamed up with So Delicious vanilla coconut yogurt create a smooth, sweet treat perfect for a hot day.
For a personalized touch try making your own coconut milk yogurt from scratch! Recipe coming soon.
This is a sweet and spicy burrito that will get you up and ready to take on the day!
Not living in Hawaii means that rainbows don’t come my way frequently…so to bring myself back to the islands I decided to make my own in the kitchen!
Enter Rainbow fruit sticks!
So full of color – no filter needed!
A simple and fresh salad that is perfect to take outside to enjoy :).
Adapted from The Vegan Roadie, this salad will have you feeling happy and healthy!
Avocado toast is usually too good to mess with… but this recipe adapted from The Vegan Roadie, has added fun flavors to the simple dish.
On this toast we will be adding the healthful but bitter green arugula! A little too bitter by itself is calmed down with the sweetness from pineapple and a spicy surprise from sriracha!
I’ve added an optional squeeze of lime juice to the dish as that is my favorite flavor to add to avocado.
This is as easy as chia seed pudding gets for those of us who like to save our time for relaxing!
This seed native to Mexico and Guatemala, is your go-to for omega-3 fatty acids and an easy snack.
Ahhh… açaí (pronounced ‘ah.sigh.ee’).
A small purple berry picked from a palm tree and packed with nutrition!
These babies are filled with:
Don’t worry if you don’t live in Brazil where the berry grows- the frozen packs will give you all the nutrition.
If you haven’t shopped for acai before, check the frozen isle of your grocery store. The most common brand sold is Sambazon which can also be ordered online! Alternatively, I hear Trader Joe’s sells their own brand in stores that I have yet to try.