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Today I have a delicious vegan recipe everyone will enjoy; Coconut Creamed Corn.
I was inspired to make this from a recipe I saw on Healthyish, part of Bon Apetite. In their version they use quinoa or farrow as a grain, I use rice. Among other tweaks I made to the recipe I feel comfortable enough sharing my version of their recipe.
The great thing about it is it’s vegan so everyone can enjoy the dish! It would be a great thing to make and bring to your family meals and cookouts. And is the perfect dish to use the bounteous fresh corn at the markets right now.
When I told my husband I was making coconut creamed corn he was not looking forward to it. But upon tasting it he was hooked and messaging his family in Ecuador about it. My 4 year old also loved it! So I think these testimonies speak for themselves as to the delicious nature of the recipe.
So will you be giving it a try? Let us know in the comments below!
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I told you last week you'd have to come back to get my recipe for Vegan Lasagna, using the Vegan ricotta cheese I made.
Well, here it is! Lasagna is pretty standard when it comes to assembly, but I like to make my own sauce instead of the pre-made kinds which always taste weird to me.
If I had more time and energy I would have used tomatoes instead of canned. I did get the unadulterated sauce though, so it still worked out great. I also love doing it this way because, as you can see, I snuck some extra veggies in there, and nobody was the wiser.
I don't give measurements for the seasoning because
1. I have no idea
2. You do you! Nobody is the same. I love garlicky taste, but I feel like you need the oregano to come through clearly as well. Maybe you disagree with me.
That is ok. That is the fun of homemade sauce my friends.
Now, here is a secret. If you are like me, not vegan, but making vegan things for vegan friends/family members, then follow this tip for regular lasagna. Add Parmesan cheese to your sauce.
I could not find a vegan Parmesan, so Maddy had to go without.
However, she had two servings of this vegan lasagna, and she took the rest of it (as well as the vegan ricotta cheese) home with her.
So, there you go. I'll take two servings as a win and say that this vegan lasagna is delicious.
To make this recipe, you will need the following supplies:
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Happy Monday everyone! It is an especially happy one for me because PH's work schedule changed so now he'll get home earlier in the day. Which means we can start having the regular family dinners I've always dreamed of having!! Hooray!!
Speaking of family dinner, yesterday was the first Sunday of the month, so we did our family dinner as part of our Come Follow Me monthly family home evenings.
It was our month to host. Yesterday was May 5th, Cinco de Mayo, so we obviously had....
Yes, I kind of dropped the ball on the whole Cinco De Mayo thing, but everyone likes lasagna and it's easy to make, so I went with that! Well as you know, there is our dear Maddy who is vegan. I decided I'd try my hand at making a vegan lasagna that got her approval.
Well, first step was to make my own vegan cashew ricotta "cheese" to use in the lasagna. It was so easy to make vegan cashew ricotta cheese you guys!
So, this week, I am going to tell you how to make this vegan cashew ricotta cheese which Maddy told me tastes just like the real thing. Then you'll have to come back next week to get my vegan lasagna recipe!
In order to make this Vegan Cashew Ricotta Cheese you'll need the following kitchen supplies:
Food Processor: I like this one made by Hamilton Beach
I also have this fun little immersion blender with a food processor attachment. I love it for onion chopping! It is so fast and easy!
That is basically it!
Vegan Cashew Ricotta Cheese
You will need:
If the cheese is too stiff or crumbly, add more broth, one tablespoon at a time. Mix between each tablespoon until desired consistency is reached.
And that's it guys! this made a lot. Even after I made Maddy her own personal lasagna I sent her home with extra vegan cashew ricotta cheese to use in other recipes this week!
Stay tuned for next week, when I tell you how I made the vegan lasagna!
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Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to ten and counting! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, and my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!
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