So many vegetables work here; I go for a nice mix of color. I almost always use potatoes, yams or carrots, sometimes beets, and if possible something green like brussels sprouts is nice. If you use mushrooms or other vegetables (like asparagus) that need less cooking, set your timer and add them after the pan has cooked for 30 minutes or so. Using silicon baking liners makes cleanup super easy. Ingredients A mix of slow-cooking vegetables, like: potatoes beets yams carrots onions (I don't use these much) brussel sprouts tomato Optionally, some fast-cooking vegetables like: mushrooms fava beans (in the pod) asparagus Seasoning for 1 big gallon-size ziploc baggie: 1/4 cup olive oil (I don't measure; this is a guess. I might use less, probably not more.) 1 tsp salt (sea salt or kosher salt if you have it; bigger grains) 1 tsp fresh ground pepper or lemon pepper Juice from 1/2 of a lemon 2-3 cloves garlic Fresh herbs like fresh oregano and rosemary (I go c
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A super easy, yummy vegan dessert. We used to make it with Grapenuts, but then Costco had some Love Crunch Dark Chocolate and Red Berries organic granola one day, and now we have another favorite topping. It's more dangerous, though, because you'll eat a few handfuls while you're preparing it! For yogurt, any vegan yogurt will do, or even make your own vegan yogurt (maybe some day I'll try that). Ingredients Fresh strawberries (or other fresh berry/mix) Crunchy topping like Grapenuts or Love Crunch Vegan yogurt, like Trader Joes Vanilla Cultured Coconut Milk Instructions 1. Get a pretty bowl and plop in some yogurt. 2. Cut up fresh strawberries (or other berries) on top. 3. Toss on crunch. Eat!