Now this was a burger I got fully hooked on while I worked at Johnny Rockets! It’s also extremely easy to make into a vegan version! They call this burger the #12 because on a scale to 1-10, it’s considered a 12, and I must agree that it indeed is that tasty!
Now this one is definitely a process, but totally worth it! Not only can you make endless vegan “meat” dishes, but you’ll also have enough for a few days. It takes about a full day to make, so don’t expect to use it for a meal the day you choose to prepare this.
Hot dog on a stick, what a comfort food! A hot dog deep fried with delicious batter and freshly dipped in ketchup & mustard. It’s a treat any day of the week, but most places use beef or turkey dogs and even if they offer a veggie dog, the batter usually has milk or eggs in it, or both. Well not anymore! I have veganized the good old hot dog on a stick!
Ok so this one isn’t so much recipe as more so a vegan food hack. I’m sure you could make this on your own with homemade seitan and a “rib” mold, but that’s a whole other recipe in itself that maybe one day I’ll cover. Until then, I give you this easy food hack of the McDonalds McRib.
Now some of you may not have ever had the chance to visit Los Angeles California, but hopefully maybe one day you will. Aside from Hollywood and all the other glitz and glam reputation, comes the crappy, horrible, probably going to kill you, but so God dang tasty and delicious street food!
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! The color green is flowing everywhere. People are getting pinched for not wearing green. That’s how important the color green is on this day! Well, because of that, I’ve decided to make a vegan version of the seasonal item McDonalds makes for this holiday – the shamrock shake! It’s green, and creamy, and minty, and just completely delicious. I’ll also add, at the end, a more adult option of enjoying this shake.
French onion soup, a dish that uses cheese and beef stock. A soup all vegans said goodbye to long ago (or short ago). This is a soup that’s great on cold nights, and though vegans have many many soups to choose from, why shouldn’t vegans also have French onion soup?! Well, that’s changed now with my vegan French onion soup!
McDonalds, the vegans worst enemy. Sadly most children grew up eating there at least once, I know I did. I had items there that i once ate often throughout high school, and when I was only eating fish, there were many nights I would eat the filet-o-fish. Now if you did eat this dish at one point in time but then became vegan and really want to give it to McDonalds, well make and show this recipe to all your friends both vegan and not! Maybe McDonalds will lose supporters once people learn that many of their dishes can be made vegan and are just as delicious and better for you than the junk McDonalds puts into their food.
I did this one with leftover ingredients, and it turned out to be amazing!! I wasn’t sure how it was going to taste at first because I didn’t have a set idea really going into this, I was going for a stuffed clams casino type dish but didn’t have all the ingredients, so I just winged it. Because of this, my portions may not be exact, but I assure you it’s going to be delicious!
Egg salad – mostly famous for its form of a sandwich. It’s something I’m sure a lot of people enjoyed as a kid. Moms loved making this because it was fast and easy. When you became an adult, if you still ate eggs, you enjoyed this sandwich for that same exact reason; it was fast and easy. Well, it’s just as fast and easy to make in a vegan version, and it’s just as good too!