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If you want to celebrate all things grown in the earth without getting dirt under your fingernails, then this is one to try. All the flavors, all the colors, all the nutrition just waiting for your belly. Add or subtract as desired, if you love one more than another then feel free to go heavy with that ingredient. This entrée has no rules, just let your cravings guide your way! 🙂
Thomas goes over how he makes one of his favorite quick and fun dinners: Vegetable skewers finished with sweet heat and served over a bed of grains. Featured on Tuesdays with Thomas on 10/20/21
The combo of peaches, lemon balsamic. basil, and crunchy almonds is SOO good. Its summer salad perfection right here! It’s easy peasy and a great option when you don’t want to cook. Slightly sweet, slightly savory, and totally delicious.
Daniel said he wanted to use the Sweet Apple Pie Balsamic to create a recipe that featured the perfect balance of sweet and tart – something which reminded one of the sensation of biting into a fresh, ripe-from-the-tree apple. The dressing would have enough complexity to satisfy the adults. The resulting recipe is versatile and can be used as a dressing or fruit dip, depending on how thick you make it.
Featured on Tuesdays With Thomas 6/1/21 Ingredients: 8 pitted dates soaked in ½ cup plant based milk (set aside) 1 cup almond flour 1 banana (very ripe) 1 tablespoon Vanilla 1 tablespoon Raspberry White Balsamic 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 …
Recipe By: the King’s child in NC, Featured on Tuesdays with Thomas 6/1/21 Ingredients: 2 or more yellow mangoes (sometimes called Champagne or Ataulfo mangoes) 1/4 to 1/2 sweet onion, chopped 1-2 ears of sweet corn kernels cut off the …
Featured on Tuesdays with Thomas 6/1/21 Ingredients: 2 cups baked white or orange* sweet potatoes (*if using orange sweet potatoes, reduce plant milk to 2 cups) 1/4 – 1/3 cup Raspberry White Balsamic 2 1/2 cups plant milk 8 deglet …
This is a whole food plant based no oil or fat recipe for beans, either as a soup if you add more liquid or as a creamy/chunky side dish.. I use an instant pot for convenience but you certainly could use a slow cooker or a stove top method.