When the temperature rises, there’s something so satisfying about a spiked lemonade. This version is big on watermelon, our favorite thirst-quenching summer fruit. If you’re short on lemons, or want to mix it up, lime juice would also be delicious!
Made this? Let us know how it went in the comment section below! Yields: 6 servings Prep Time: 0 hours 10 mins Total Time: 2 hours 10 mins Ingredients 6 c.
watermelon chunks, plus wedges for serving 3/4 c.
granulated sugar, divided 1/2 c.
fresh lemon juice, plus wedges for serving 3/4 c.
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In a blender, combine the watermelon, ½ cup of the sugar, and lemon juice. Blend until the watermelon is smooth and the sugar is dissolved. Add the vodka and blend to combine. Refrigerate until chilled, at least 2 hours.
Place the remaining ¼ cup of sugar on a small plate. Rim glasses with a lemon wedge and dip in sugar. Set aside. Fill glasses with ice and pour chilled watermelon lemonade over top. Garnish with a lemon round and watermelon wedge.
My most favourite vegan chef is Richa Hingle, known to the world as Vegan Richa. Hot on her heels is another tremendous vegan chef, Brandi Doming, or The Vegan 8 (the 8 representing that her recipes contain 8 ingredients or less).
I discovered The Vegan 8 on Instagram and fell in love with Doming’s baked goods — me being the obsessed baker that I am. I would love to bake than cook any day. Truly my great love besides family and animals is baking.
Today I want to feature a cupcake recipe that is particularly dear to my heart. It’s a vanilla cupcake recipe made with rice flour and no oil. This is melt in your mouth vegan heaven.
Here’s what it looks like on Instagram. I list the ingredients just below that. There are some ingredients that are not likely to be on your shelf, vegan or not, so…
Memorial day is first and foremost about honoring those who have died serving in the armed forces. That’s why we spend the day enjoying quality time with friends and appreciating life and freedom. However, it’s also commonly associated with food, it’s one of the few holidays associated with food that’s actually usually spent outdoors! Rather than sitting around a big dinner table, memorial day is spent on picnic tables or laying on blankets on the grass by the grill waiting for your veggie burger or corn on the cob to be ready. Whether you’re a vegan or you have vegan friends coming this memorial day everyone can enjoy these delicious foods.
Continue reading here and check out these grilling recipes that are vegan friendly. 🍅🥑🥔🍆🌽
Cheese is one of the most addictive foods that most people just can’t get enough of! These melty deliciousness of these plant – based recipes will prove one and for all that eating plant – based diet doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your pizza, mac and cheese, or just cheese straight out of the fridge – we don’t judge. 🧀
Have easy cheesy meals with these 15 recipes from our Food Monster App!
Online shopping can help make sure you have a food you need to enjoy the holidays the way you like. We’ve already gone over how you can find every essential you need to host a plant-based Thanksgiving meal, but there’s still plenty of shopping to do.🍁🍃🍂
This week marked a first for me in kitchen experiments. I baked my very first loaf of homemade bread, from scratch (i.e. no bread maker!). There was a lot of kneading (making bread is a full body workout, ya’ll), a lot of waiting, some serious through-the-oven-door watching, and then a whole bunch more impatient waiting. When it was finally done, cooled, sliced, (slathered with today’s almond butter) and eaten, I felt some serious satisfaction. I made bread. Breeeeaaaaaadddd! Breeeaaaaadddd!! With my own two hands.
Making your own almond butter can bring you that very same deep sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, but without the upper body workout, blood, sweat, and tears that making bread from scratch entails. In fact, your kitchen gadgets do all work for you. Hmm… maybe that’s why people buy breadmakers.
In addition to outlining the steps to making the very best, most deliciously silky and smooth…
Veggie- based soups have a rep for being more of a side dish than a meal, but these vegan soups recipes are here to change your mind. There are feeling cozy, and best of all, so easy to make. Cook a batch for a crown or have leftovers all week long. Check out our easy vegan recipes and vegan dinners.
Classic Tomato Soup
imageBy Lena Abraham
Oct 11, 2018
by Delish US
There’s really nothing more comforting than a steaming hot bowl of tomato soup. We prefer using canned tomatoes rather than fresh because they tend to be packed in peak season—that means they’re perfectly ripe! PLUS, the skins are removed. That means less work for you!
Yields: 6 servings
Prep Time: 0 hours 10 mins
Total Time: 0 hours 30 mins
1 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for garnish
1 small yellow onion, chopped
2 garlic cloves, minced
1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
2 tbsp. tomato paste
1 tsp. fresh thyme leaves, plus more for garnish
2 (28-oz.) cans whole peeled tomatoes
Freshly ground black pepper
2 c. water or vegetable stock
In a large pot over medium heat, heat oil. Add onion and cook until soft, 6 minutes. Add garlic, red pepper flakes, and tomato paste and cook until garlic is fragrant and tomato paste has darkened, 2 to 3 minutes more.
Add thyme and both cans tomatoes, including the juice. Add water or vegetable stock and bring up to a simmer. Cook for 10 minutes.
Blend with immersion blender or transfer to a blender in batches and blend until smooth. Ladle into bowls and serve with a drizzle of olive oil and some fresh thyme leaves.
“He that takes truth for his guide, and duty for his end, may safely trust to God’s providence to lead him aright.” - Blaise Pascal. "There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily" – George Washington letter to Edmund Randolph — 1795. We live in a “post-truth” world. According to the dictionary, “post-truth” means, “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” Simply put, we now live in a culture that seems to value experience and emotion more than truth. Truth will never go away no matter how hard one might wish. Going beyond the MSM idealogical opinion/bias and their low information tabloid reality show news with a distractional superficial focus on entertainment, sensationalism, emotionalism and activist reporting – this blogs goal is to, in some small way, put a plug in the broken dam of truth and save as many as possible from the consequences—temporal and eternal. "The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it." – George Orwell “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” ― Soren Kierkegaard