I know we’ve all been there. A certain is in aroma in the air, and all of a sudden, in comes the grand idea to make a hearty Mexican meal. After a few minutes of mental conversation, you decide you really want enchiladas, but you just don’t have the patience. Well, I’ve got the recipe for you!
Enchilada lasagna has all of the flavor and goodness of regular enchiladas but only 10% the hassle. I absolutely love this recipe because it’s simple. You sauté a few ingredients, you create layers, and you pop it in the oven. Simple! So simple in fact, it’s become one of my go to meals when I’m having company over. I’ve cooked this vegan meal for so many omnivores who are down right shocked that it is completely satisfying without any animal products.
Still not convinced? It tastes just as amazing, if not even better, as leftovers! Give it a try and let me know what you think.
Cheers & happy eating!
* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own! Continue reading “Vegan Enchilada Lasagna Redux”
I was in the middle of a Target run and recently had a cart stopping experience. I saw Thomas PIZZA BAGELS! And they happen to be vegan. Who doesn’t have fond memories of making pizza bagels in college? But now, the bagel is already preseasoned to get the pizza party started. Start your week off right with the perfect scrumptious lunch or late night snack!
- 1 Thomas Pizza Bagel
- ¼ cup pizza sauce (I used Muir Glenn’s)
- ¼ cup Daiya mozzerella cheese
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
- Place the two halves of the pizza bagel on a baking sheet.
- Spread the pizza sauce evenly over the insides of the pizza bagel halves.
- Sprinkle with Daiya and whatever additional topping you like.
- Try green peppers, onion, or basil!
- Cook for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted to your liking.
These are on shelves for a limited time only so go get some while they last!
Let’s talk about the vegan food market. For years, there were very few vegan cheeses. Then there were tasteless, rubbery vegan cheeses. Then we had some “okay” cheese alternatives. And now we have an amazing array of vegan cheese from Kitehill to Daiya.
One gap in the vegan market that I think many of us have been painfully aware of is a lack of vegan salad dressings! I mean, yes, we can goto almost any store and find a vegan Italian dressing, but blue cheese, ranch, french? Not a chance! Continue reading “New Daiya & Hampton Creek Products Hitting Shelves!”
I’m Italian, and I love pasta. However, I try to limit the amount of carbs I eat throughout the week so I tend to save some of my favorite Italian meals for special treats and holiday dinners. I usually make a hearty vegan lasagna for Christmas dinner, but this year I have been planning to make vegan stuffed shells. Continue reading “A Vegan Holiday: Recipe Stuffed Shells”
Almost every weekend I am lucky enough to have a variation on today’s basic tofu scramble recipe. I absolutely love tofu scramble. I know – every vegan cookbook has a recipe, this is “the” go to vegan breakfast option at vegan-friendly restaurants, and everyone has tried this meal at least once. But I don’t think that means we should discount it. Additionally, this is a meal that all new vegans should quickly learn to master. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s satisfying. I hope you enjoy the following recipe.
Continue reading “Obligatory, But Wildly Yummy,Tofu Scramble Recipe”