Vegan Cheeseburger Mac

My mom use to make us turkey cheeseburger mac all the time as kids. It was definitely one of my favorites. It is one of those comfort foods that makes you smile just thinking about it. I’m so happy to share my vegan version of it with y’all. I’m also extremely obsessed with this cheeseContinue reading “Vegan Cheeseburger Mac”

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Vegan Tuna Noodle Casserole

Before I went vegan, Tuna noodle casserole use to be one of my favorite dishes. My mom always made it for me when I came home from college. I’ve finally found the perfect way to make this dish vegan. I’m excited to share this with you! Ingredients: Sauce 1 can white beans drained and rinsedContinue reading “Vegan Tuna Noodle Casserole”

Vegan Curried Cabbage Soup

Tis the season for soup and curry! Why not have the best of both worlds with a curry soup? Of course this is not my first time showcasing curry on the blog nor is it my first soup so if you’re interested check out: Add what ya got Thai Curry Soup Baked Vegan Jollof RiceContinue reading “Vegan Curried Cabbage Soup”

Vegan Churro Cupcakes

These cupcakes are perfectly sweet and have an amazing cinnamon sugar flavor. They are an amazing replica of the Mexican street food. Try this recipe out for an awesome summertime treat! I made these delicious little cupcakes for a Cinco de Mayo celebration and they were a huge hit! I will definitely be making themContinue reading “Vegan Churro Cupcakes”

Add-What-Ya-Got Thai Curry Soup

This delicious spicy soup is perfectly customizable and is great when you’re on a budget (like me). It also comes together in about 30 minutes and you can make it all in one pot. I make this soup all of the time because its good, hearty and I can use whatever vegetables I have onContinue reading “Add-What-Ya-Got Thai Curry Soup”

How I spend Less than $50 a month on Food!

I’m on a tight budget. Even though I am able to afford to live differently I truly love the challenge  and benefit of living below my means. It also has the added benefit of being able to save up for cool things like trips to Japan or a new house. With that said I mealContinue reading “How I spend Less than $50 a month on Food!”