Here's an equation that you probably didn't learn at school: Tofu + chocolate = the most indulgent, velvety, healthy and low fat (but don't tell people that) chocolate mousse you've ever had! Most people would cringe at the thought of using tofu in a dessert but make all the naysayers eat their words (or better yet, some tofu...
Move over BLT, it’s time for the TLT (Tofu, Lettuce, Tomato) to shine! Serve with crispy fries and pickles; this sandwich with spicy peri-peri tofu will have the most loyal bacon fan coming back for more.
Peri-peri marinade (can use store bought or following recipe)
We come from the land down under, and we couldn't think of anything more Australian than a good old pavlova! We have adapted the traditional recipe slightly so that those who are dairy intolerant can still indulge in this true Aussie Favourite.
Spice up your next BBQ with these colourful rainbow rolls. These rolls are great as appetizers, snacks, or light meals ( we added our #tofu for a bit of protein ) . They’re also amazing for summer gatherings and bbq’s—especially when you want to wow your friends and family.
This skinny greek yogurt broccoli salad is a simple veggie dish that combines fresh broccoli florets, dried cranberries, thick-cut bacon crumbles, and a sweet creamy dressing made with greek yogurt! It’s the perfect healthy side dish for any spring meal!
3 small heads of broccoli, cut into bite-sized florets
We love summer, but the sun can be extremely draining on your hair! The lactic acid in this yogurt mask cleanses the scalp, while the yogurt proteins nourish and strengthen the hair. Honey and olive oil both lock in moisture and prevent dryness. Give it a try!
Hold the phone...a sandwich stuffed with a vegan cheese sauce (made from #kinglandau silken #tofu), garlicky mushrooms, rocket, red onion and sun dried tomatoes, amazing! This is it, the best Sandwich you will ever taste.
While your stash of healthy salad recipes may be booming, chances are it’s slim pickins’ in the healthy desserts department. Now you can skip the ice cream maker, skip the added sugar and spend five minutes food processing your way to the easiest, creamiest homemade froyo to ever cross your lips.
Here’s the deal with smoothie bowls: you can add lots of other yummy things to the mix like big chunks of fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, and (in this case) some shaved coconut. You can also drizzle a bit of Dairy Free Greek Yogurt across the top because 1) YUM! and 2) Lets be honest, it just looks a little prettier.