Finding the perfect vegan macaroni and cheese recipe is no easy task. Do you like it straight off the stovetop with just a creamy sauce, or do you prefer it baked with a breadcrumb topping? Is the simplicity of noodles and cheesy goodness your ideal, or do add-ins like vegetables make it more interesting for you? No matter how you like it, Robin Robertson's Vegan Mac & Cheese cookbook is sure to make you happy.
Finally perfected my vegan macaroni and cheese, comfort food extraordinaire.
I don't know anyone who doesn't love gratins - there's something about the cheese/bread crumb layer on top that appeals to just about everyone. If this sounds like you, try this tasty way to use up some leftover vegetables.
This salad is colorful, tasty, and a good way to use up some leftover vegetables.
Making homemade pizza is one of the best and most creative ways of proving that meat is not a necessary part of a human's diet.
This pot pie recipe is better than the TV dinner version for two reasons: it's vegetarian and it's prepared and baked, rather than frozen and microwaved. It's also quick and flexible, so give it a try.
Tostadas are kind of like the Mexican equivalent of pizza, with beans, cheese, and guacamole piled on top of a tortilla crust.
These vegan burgers, made with lentils, are healthy, low-fat, and delicious.
Recipe for a typical vegetarian pizza recipe with mushrooms, bell peppers, and olives.
Doesn't everyone love waffles? They're quick and easy, and customizable to everyone's individual taste. This batter works for both waffles and pancakes.