Tag Archives: berries
Did you like last month’s Tahini Baked Oatmeal with Raspberries and White Chocolate? Because here it is in its stove-top form. You’re welcome.
Or perhaps you didn’t try it because you think baked oatmeal is kind of a pain (I agree). In that case, here it is in its stove-top form. You’re welcome.
Or perhaps you didn’t realize I had posted the baked recipe at all. You should check it out, but you should also try it in its stove-top form. You’re welcome. ?
You can probably imagine how this recipe was born.
Yep: I wanted chocolate oatmeal, but I also wanted PB&J oatmeal.
For a long time, I thought these recipes had to exist separately. But one morning, while feeling particularly stubborn about wanting BOTH recipes, I just tried it. It worked.
POSTED IN: bananas, berries, jams and jellies, nut butter, peanut butter, sweet potato, veggies
Every Saturday, I gather oatmeal recipes from around the web from the previous 1-3 weeks, as well as outstanding Instagram photos. These posts may grow or evolve as time passes. Please feel free to give your feedback in the comments section!
This week’s theme is berries! ?
- Cinnamon Rawnola with Chia Seed Pudding Parfait by Lauren Caris Cooks [vegan, raw, soy free]
- Berry Coconut Overnight Oats by Vegukate [vegan, raw, soy free]
- Açai Smoothie Bowl by Green Smoothie Gourmet [vegan, gluten free, nut free, soy free, raw]
Hi. ? Remember me? I brought oatmeal.
October is almost over. I am not ready for winter. This is tragic. Please, save me. Is it time to move to California? It might be.
Last month, I completed a self-imposed challenge in which I tried 20 recipes from the original Oh She Glows cookbook. Coincidentally, I’m back today for the virtual cookbook tour of Oh She Glows Every Day, Angela’s second cookbook.
Like the original, this follow-up book seeks to wow plant-based and omni eaters alike with wholesome and hearty meals. Angela’s ability to create soul-enriching and nourishing meals never ceases to amaze me, always bursting with invigorating fresh flavors. If you’re stuck in a frozen veggie burger stage, Oh She Glows Every Day has several enticing recipes that may convince you to swap your ketchup and frozen fries with some green onion and roasted chickpeas. I can’t wait to try The Best Shredded Kale Salad, Mocha Empower Glo Bars, Roasted Breakfast Hash, Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Coconut “Bacon,” and the Sweet Potato Casserole. And that’s just the beginning!
I will not rest until I add cardamom to every single thing I can think of. One day I will have an entire cardamom section of my blog. <3
I’ve been wanting to make my own nut butter recipe for a while, but I hate the feeling of seeing all my nuts disappear in a matter of seconds; one minute I have a mason jar full of pecans, and the next they’re gone. Because I ordered a massive canister of cashews from Amazon, and I don’t eat them very often, I realized this was my chance! (more…)
It’s been a while since my last cobbler recipe! Over a full year, in fact. I found inspiration to return to this format when I found myself with an abundance of fresh cherries, blueberries, and strawberries, all dying (quite literally) to be consumed within 48 hours.
The secret to this recipe is waiting until the berry mixture is bubbling. Don’t take it out any sooner. It’s kind of like when you bake a casserole and you have to wait until the creamy or cheesy mixture starts bubbling before it’s truly done (and I was never patient enough to let that happen, which is why I never make casseroles). (more…)
POSTED IN: baked oatmeal, berries, blueberries, breakfast cobbler, cherries, strawberries
Mi novio recently told me the smartest thing ever. He claims cha in Japanese is “tea.” Think about it: kombuCHA. MatCHA. It’s also not a far cry from chai, which means “tea” in languages such as Arabic and Hindu (based on my very quick research). Brilliant.
I am becoming more comfortable with matcha as I learn how to combine it with other flavors. Initially, it seems like it wouldn’t pair well with anything else, but after trying Matcha Marketplace oatmeal packets, I see that it’s far more cooperative than I realized. As matcha becomes more popular here in the USA, I think we will see it incorporated into increasingly unexpected products. Are Matcha Skittles in our future?? ? (more…)
POSTED IN: berries, citrus, coconut, matcha, overnight, strawberries, tea, veggies, zucchini
I love lychees (and more specifically, lycheetinis?), but I had never purchased one, cut into it, and eaten it fresh–until this month. I’m not sure why, but I found it incredibly intimidating.
Speaking of lychees, if you’re ever in Boston, go to the My Thai Vegan Cafe in Chinatown. It’s on the second floor (up a rather creepy staircase). Order the lychee bubble tea. You’ll thank me. ¡De nada! (It’s actually what inspired my Lychee Coconut Overnight Oatmeal.) (more…)