Wake up to a Flawless breakfast with this super easy overnight chia seed pudding recipe!
Because chia seeds are so absorbent, they soak up all of the almond milk and form a semi-gelatinous pudding – similar to tapioca.
No need to heat – just give it a good stir and set in the fridge for a few minutes (or overnight if you want to save time).
It’s thick, creamy, hydrating, and…
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Hello, vegan lovelies! We are halfway through this challenge! It’s time to celebrate carnival style.
The video for XO was shot in Coney Island just a few days after I got all dolled up for Black Tie Beach.
Besides the Cyclone roller coaster (pictured), Coney Island is probably most famous for its Nathan’s Famous hot dogs and the annual eating contest.
My friend Diskoe dabbled…
So, here is a stripped down… recipe with just a few fresh, natural ingredients.
It may seem simple, but this is one of my favorite things to eat as a light dinner.
Make sure you use a good quality salt (I like the pink Himalayan variety from Trader Joe’s) and olive oil, and you’ll be amazed at how delcious this “naked” dish can be.Naked…
Seeing the lyrics above, this recipe is a literal translation from Beyonce’s very revealing song.
The dish retains all of the alcohol from the wine, making it an appropriate appetizer or dessert, and reminds me a little of mulled wine.
If it’s peach season, definitely swap the frozen fruit for fresh, but since…
Yoncé all on his mouth like liquor… We’re cooking with booze again! Horray!
Since I’m in Southern California right now (Mexico-adjacent) and my Angelino uncle is obsessed with Jose Cuervo 1800, the decision to cook with tequilia was an easy one.
I sampled the non vegan version of this chili at Walter’s parent’s house last year during the Superbowl and honestly, it was the best chili I’ve ever…