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Sloppy Joe Bowl

Being gluten free can sometimes be achallenge, especially when you're looking for bread that has the right taste, texture and holds up to being used in various ways. Although I've found that looking for local bakeries that make vegan and gluten free bread is the best route to go, sometimes it's just easier to go without and create dishes we love without the bun. Not to mention easier on the waller since it's still a specialty product and my usual loaf is about 7 dollars.

Baked Onion Rings - They're Fat-Free!

I've cracked it! First with my Hot Cauliflower Wings, now with these onions rings. A batter that requires zero oils or fats to crisp up beautifly in a hot oven. I have many many plans for this. Most definitely will be serving variations of these to people would join our secret dinner parties (more info coming soon, but you can sign up for the mailing list here.)

Pumpkin Chili

Chilli is by far one of my all time favorite things to make. It's also incredibly easy to make a HUGE batch and then eat it all week or freeze for later. Although, it only lasted 2 days with the appetitites I have floating around here... 

Split Pea Soup

Sometimes I just get a block, I had a super successful cooking day ast week, but somehow the week slipped away from me in regards to blogging. I find that after Vegan Month of Food's crazyness, it takes a little while to get back into the regular schedule. But no I am determined to get in on all the fall goodness. Fall seems to be the "it" season, which honestly I don't completely understand. I am a summer girl at heart. But fall has it's perks of warm foods, pretty leaves and snuggling after a day in ...

Spinach Artichoke Dip

One of my all time favorite appetizers before vegan, was spinach artichoke dip. I still kept it as a fave after wards, making it at home since I have never seen it in a restaurant. But I used to make it with processed vegan cheeses as the mase. It was very simple to make and delicious, but lacked the healthy aspect that I like to apply to pretty much everythin I eat now. 
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