Fresh Cucumber Tomato Salad

Is there anything better than fresh summer produce? These tomatoes, cucumbers and onions came straight from the garden of a generous family member and I put them right to use. The ingredients amounts do not need to be adhered to strictly–use this recipe as inspiration for creating simple, tasty dishes from summer’s bounty! Any kind of…

Recipes to Celebrate National Blueberry Month

July is National Blueberry Month! Eat ‘em fresh, frozen, preserved or in a smoothie or recipe, these berries pack a punch of disease-protective antioxidants + fiber. Get creative with some of these fun blueberry recipes: Mini Blueberry Cheesecakes from Dietitian Debbie Dishes  I try to always keep a batch of vegan cheesecake bites in the…

Cinnamon Cacao Chia Pudding | Whole Green Wellness

Cinnamon Cacao Chia Pudding

Chia pudding has been all the rage lately–and with good cause. A single tablespoon of chia seeds packs FIVE grams of fiber. That’s 1/5 of what an adult female needs in an entire day! Chia pudding serves as a tasty, filling breakfast that is super easy to prepare the night before–all you have to do…

Recipes for National Asparagus Month

I’m not kidding–asparagus has its own month! And you can bet I am going to dedicate a whole post to this delicious spring vegetable! I will confess, I don’t get too fancy when it comes to asparagus. I usually stick to my favorite methods of preparing asparagus, which I will share. But first, a few…

Homemade Vanilla Extract

I honestly never knew how easy it was to make homemade vanilla extract until I saw the idea a couple years ago and ended up making a bunch of cute little bottles to giveaway for the holidays! A surefire way to ensure purity + quality of your vanilla extract is to make it yourself! All you…

Quick + Easy Chickpea Salad

You know the ease of opening up a can of tuna, tossing it in a bowl with mayo and, voila, lunch is ready? This recipe is the plant-powered version of the quick tuna salad. Pretty much the same actions: open up a can of chickpeas, mash it up, and stir in some mayo and crunchy veggies.…

Stuffed Collard Rolls

This recipe is a more nutrient-packed version of traditional cabbage rolls. Not to mention it is super simple, inexpensive, great for leftovers, and delicious! A great recipe for new vegans, penny-pinchers, and those who are short on time and like to keep the kitchen stocked with dinner-ready ingredients. I love making this in the dead…