Making a dairy-free sundae can be simple with the right ingredients! You can add as many or as little toppings and sauces as you like. SuperFan Jaclyn has created this dairy-free sundae and used our Chocolate VeganSmart as her special topping. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Dairy-free Ice Cream
- Chocolate VeganSmart
- Dates (crushed)
To make the Chocolate syrup simple combine the VeganSmart, water and agave. Adding more or less water based on the consistency of your choice. Pour all over your ice cream and top it off with crushed dates. Enjoy!
With only a couple days away to Christmas, who isn’t craving the holiday favorite, eggnog? This one with a twist, protein! This vegan eggnog recipe is thick and creamy, it will taste like you’re indulging in a sinful shake, but in reality it’s full of fiber, protein, healthy fats, calcium and more! Here’s what you’ll need:
by the dirty hippie and bohemian girl
My friend Brooke makes these incredible energy/snack bars. They really do rival anything you can buy at a grocer or at the farmer’s market. And besides, the energy bars they sell at our farmer’s market are $4 each. The ones at the health food store range from $2 to $6 – each! Making your own is a smart way to go.
Late night cravings? No problem!
I whipped up this pumpkin Chai VeganSmart Mugcake in no time flat! I used organic pumpkin puree, coconut flour, cinnamon, chia seeds, almond milk, a few pecans, raw stevia and a scoop of Chai VeganSmart chai. Then, mixed it all up and microwaved it for only a few minutes.
Vegan Health and Fitness Editor, Austin Barbish enjoys a Proto-Mocha-Latte, a drink he concocted for his morning wakeup. Consisting of Naturade’s Chocolate VeganSmart, soy milk, and coffee this protein drink contains 5 different non-GMO plant based proteins that provide all the essential amino acids in precise proportions for building and repairing tissue and muscle.
Using a combination of rolled oats, amaranth, and quinoa (equaling half a cup), cooked with flax milk, chopped almonds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, cardamom, and nutmeg and a scoop of Chai VeganSmart, our SuperFan Brittany created the perfect fall breakfast packed with extra protein to fuel your body on these brisk mornings!
Oatmeal is a rich source of soluble fiber, which is also found in apples, pears, prunes and barley. Keep in mind that the best way to get all the benefits of oatmeal is through real oats and not the instant stuff, which can be packed with sugar and sodium. To add flavor to your oats without adding tons of extra calories, like Brittany did you can add your favorite healthy mix-ins like fruit, seeds and even dried berries for a touch of sweetness.
TV host and actress, Jenny Wolf submitted this vegan banana vanilla pudding that tastes so much like a frozen pudding! The rich and creamy coconut almond milk compliments the banana’s unique taste perfectly. Spotted and very ripe bananas work best for this recipe.