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    • How To Make Spiced Balsamic Brussels Sprouts (oil free)

      Yield : 4 servings Prep Time: 20 mins This lovely side dish can accompany almost any entree. It's offers a great balance of sweet and savory flavors. The Balsamic vinegar blends with the natural bitterness of the Brussels sprouts, creating a palatable flavor that surprises most folks who think they don't like the sprouts. I add a touch of agave or maple syrup to bring some sweetness into the mix without compromising the nutritional benefits. And the ground chili flakes brings just a hint of heat, which is the cherry on top of this great side. There's no need to use oil, the vinegar deglazes the pan just fine and the vegetable stock softens the sprouts. *I also add a cup of minced kale to boost the nutritional content. It doesn't change the flavor but adds much benefit. It's an optional step but I recommend it, especially for those who are health conscious. In-Joy! Spiced Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Ingredients: 5 whole garlic cloves, smashed 1 red onion, chopped small 1.5 cups, Brussels sprouts, cut in half 1/4 cup, Balsamic vinegar 1/2 cup, vegetable broth *1 cup, fresh kale leaves, minced (optional) 1/4 tsp, chili flakes salt and pepper, to taste Procedure: On stovetop, heat a medium-large pan until hot. Add garlic and red onions, stirring with a wooden spoon. Cook for about 2 minutes. Add Brussels sprouts and stir. Cook for 1-2 minutes. Add Balsamic Vinegar and vegetable broth. Stir well. *Add kale (optional) and stir well. Reduce heat to medium and cover the pan. Allow ingredients to cook until most of the liquid has evaporated. Remove lid and stir. Add the seasoning and stir until the desired flavor is achieved. Remove from heat and serve warm. Tip: This is also good served as a chilled salad. Jesse Brune-Horan is a professional vegan chef and founder of the fed collective. He offers wellness coaching online and vegan catering in Southern California. Click here to learn more about the fed collective's vegan catering services.

    • Vegan Apple Sauce Bread (oil free)

      Yield : 1 loaf Prep Time: 10 min prep + 50 min+ baking I found a similar recipe to this Vegan Apple Sauce Bread when I first started my vegan journey. I just came off a pretty intense month-long "detox" and could bring bread back into my diet, but still needed to avoid oils. This was a great solution for my sweet tooth. I'd treat myself to a slice of this bread on occasion and it really did the trick. My kids also loved it, which is a BIG plus. This bread is super easy to make. It's pretty much a "dump" cake. Just mix the dry and wet ingredients then bake. This is one of those recipes that gets better overnight. So, your second serving might just be tastier than your first. In-joy! Vegan Apple Sauce Bread Ingredients: 1 cup, whole wheat flour 1 cup, AP flour *note: using all AP flour is fine ½ cup, old fashioned oats (+ 1 TBSP for topping) 2 tsp., baking powder ½ tsp., baking soda 1/2 tsp., salt 1 TBSP., cinnamon 1 tsp., cardamom 1.5 tsp., vanilla extract 1 ½ cups applesauce (unsweetened) ½ cup maple syrup ⅓ cup vegan milk (I use oat milk) Procedure: Preheat oven to 375º F. In a large mixing bowl, sift together both flours, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, & cardamom. Use a fork to mix in the oats. In smaller bowl, combine applesauce, maple syrup, and vegan milk. Mix well with fork. Pour wet ingredients into large mixing bowl with dry ingredients. Thoroughly mix with an electric mixer or fork. Line a loaf pan (9"x5") or round cake pan (8" or 9") with parchment paper. Pour batter into pan. Sprinkle 1 TBSP of oats to cover the top of batter. Bake for 45 mins - 60 mins, depending on your oven. *Use a toothpick to ensure it's baked in center before cooling. Let the bread sit in the pan for 5-10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack. Cool for an additional 10 minutes before serving. Wrap airtight and store at room temp or in the fridge. Jesse Brune-Horan is a professional vegan chef and founder of the fed collective. He offers wellness coaching online and vegan catering in Southern California. Click here to learn more about the fed collective's vegan catering services.

    • Vegan Green Goddess Salad Dressing (oil free)

      Yield : 1 - 1.25 cups Prep Time: 10 minutes If you're looking for a healthy and tasty salad dressing - our Vegan Green Goddess Salad Dressing is for you! It's a GREAT option if you're looking to avoid processed oils. The natural fat from the avocado is all you need. This a potent salad dressing. The blend of onions and garlic have a real kick ... but in the best way possible. In addition to being a fantastic salad dressing, this is a great a dip for veggies and pitas. Once your ingredients are ready, the salad dressing takes about 2-3 minutes max to prepare. It a great solution when you don't have a lot of time but would like to keep your meal healthy. In-Joy! Vegan Green Goddess Salad Dressing Ingredients: 2, avocados, sliced 1 cup, fresh basil, chopped 5, green onions, chopped 3, cloves garlic 3 TBSP, lemon juice 2 tsp., white vinegar 1/2 cup, water to taste, salt & pepper Procedure: In a food processor or blender, thoroughly blend all ingredients except salt and pepper. Once blended smooth, season with salt and pepper until your desired flavor is achieved. Keep in an airtight container and refrigerate until ready to use. Jesse Brune-Horan is a professional vegan chef and founder of the fed collective. He offers wellness coaching online and vegan catering in Southern California. Click here to learn more about the fed collective's vegan catering services.

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