Nov 7- National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almond Day

Chocolate and almonds? Sign me up for this!! Here’s an easy recipe to get your fix! Brandie’s Chocolate Cover Almonds Makes 1 cup.  1/2 cup of Enjoy Life’s dark chocolate chips 1 cup whole almonds Method: 1. Melt the chocolate in a pan on low heat, keep an eye on it, it will burn fast….

Nov 6- National Nacho Day

Nacho’s the deconstructed taco. Basically chips covered in a yummy cheese sauce and salsa. Sometimes some sort of crumble, maybe walnut crumbles Sam’s taco crumbles, or some Gardein beef-less crumbles. These nacho’s are made with Dreena Burton’s vegveeta Dip. When you are talking about sauce cheese, this is my go to recipe. I have made…

Nov 5- National Doughnut Day

I love a good doughnut, don’t you? I love them when they first come out of the oven, let them cool for a few moments then eat them warm… sometimes I put icing on them, but most of the time I don’t. Becky from Glue and Glitter, has a recipe for Chonut Holes: Churro Doughnut…

Nov 4- National Candy Day

One Green Planet has compiled 15 candy recipes. From raw snickers, candy corn, Cadbury creme eggs to chocolate balls- you will find at least one recipe to make today to celebrate. Or you can make my take on Laura’s peanut butter cups. This recipe is easy and tasty and you should really double them, they…

Nov 3- National Sandwich Day

I wanted to make this sandwich for a vegan snack down challenge but I didn’t have the time to pull that off. But I knew I had to make this today!! So easy, get a loaf of bread, some Gardein meatballs, Daiya cheese– I used smoked Gouda and my marinara sauce.  Cook meatballs in air fryer at 200…

Nov 2- National Deviled Egg Day

Well apparently today is National Deviled Egg day. Vegans have a recipe for that. Yep that’s right, we are a creative bunch who love good tasting food. Fat-Free Vegan Deviled Eggs by Happy Herbivore is a simple yet flavorful way to celebrate the day- and you did read that the recipe is fat free right?…

Nov 1- World Vegan Day

I created an event on facebook, a virtual vegan potluck. The dishes looked amazing. I’m going to share some links with you so you can make these dishes yourself. You don’t need to wait until next year to try them, go ahead and plan to use them for your next potluck, holiday or even tonight’s…