These jelly-filled donuts are the perfect fried treat for any Hanukkah celebration! Stuff them with your favorite flavors of jelly or get creative and use chocolate spreads, apple butter, or other sweet fillings. At the end, dust these donuts with powdered sugar for an extra little sugar rush.
This easy vegan latke recipe is perfect to fulfill all of your potato pancake needs for Hanukkah. It’s a simple and classic recipe featuring grated potatoes and onions, plus a few spices, fried in oil. Modify it to meet your preferences—try grating in some jalapenos or adding chili powder. The only question left: What will you top your latkes with?
Everything is betta with feta—Follow Your Heart Dairy-Free Feta Crumbles, that is. And this holiday tart is no exception. Share this flavorful dish at your holiday brunch, as an appetizer, or at dinner parties—it’s the perfect anytime recipe to get you through the festivities of the season.
Everyone needs a go-to chocolate cookie, so consider this your new one. Gooey and thick, this rich chocolate cookie is grain-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free—sweetened only with Just Date Syrup. It’s gonna be a ritual, starting tonight.
This uber creamy 20-minute vegan mac delivers the tang of sharp cheddar from a surprising source—sun-dried tomatoes! A few basil leaves add complexity to the flavors without making it taste “tomato basil-y.” I like to top it with hemp seeds for a little extra texture and nutrition, but that’s totally optional. Use chickpea or lentil pasta to make this mac ‘n cheez super healthy! Add a side of steamed green beans or broccoli for a complete meal.
Transitioning to a vegan diet and struggling to replace cheese? Or maybe you’re a plant-based pro interested in exploring the vegan universe. Either way, we’ve got your vegan cheese cravings covered! Sure, there are several DIY recipes derived from nuts or veggies, but sometimes it’s nice to have a bag of shreds or a pack of slices on hand ready to level up your yummy vegan fare. Here are some of our favorite vegan cheese varieties and a few tips on how to enjoy them.
Granola is crunchy, sweet, and perfect with a splash of almond milk! How many times have you walked down the cereal aisle overwhelmed by all the choices or, worse, by the lack of healthy options? You turn over every package to look at the ingredient list, making sure your granola of choice is actually vegan. Fear not, loyal reader! We made your next shopping trip easier for you with our list of vegan-friendly granolas to add to your pantry. We’ve made sure to include grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and reduced sugar options to fit your lifestyle. Here are six healthy granola brands to satisfy your cereal cravings.
The long, insufferable winter is over. Potatoes are coming back to Taco Bell this March! Vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike have been missing the plant-based option at Taco Bell since the brand removed potatoes from the menu last year in an attempt to simplify.
LA just gained a new all-vegan Italian food destination with the opening of Ciao Verde Italia. Do you know what that means? More plant-based pasta and pizza options that can be ordered with the tap of a button––YAAAS!
So, you’re vegan and you’re wondering if you should take a multivitamin. First of all, good for you for taking charge of your health! Although you might be looking for a quick “yes” or “no” answer, the long and short of it is: it depends.
It’s the time of year when hand creams, lotions, and body butters line our bags, bathroom sinks, and shower stalls. Protect your skin this winter in cruelty-free style with products from these vegan and vegan-friendly brands.
Care for those dry winter lips with these cruelty-free, vegan lip balms. Whether it’s basic daily protection you’re looking for or a bit of sparkle and shine, these brands have what you need to guard against seasonal skincare distress.
LA-based Goodmylk Co. delivers frozen and powdered plant mylks straight to your door. Available in hemp, almond, and a new Almond Latte Creamer, these organic mylks can stay frozen up to a year and, once thawed, provide a rich, creamy, homemade taste without all the draining, straining, and hassle of making it yourself.
Allie is a writer, musical theatre performer, yoga instructor, and walking vegan restaurant directory. On any given day, you can catch her making tofu scramble, scouring Trader Joe’s for new plant-based products, or watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie! Visit her website at alexandrammitchell.com.
Anja is a plant-based dietitian by day and vegan foodie by night. She offers virtual nutrition coaching for vegan and veg-curious clients. Check out her site for coaching services, recipes, and nutrition tips at vegcentricdietitian.com.
Cayla is an event planner, copywriter, catering manager, and vegan foodie. If she’s not working, she’s probably catching one of her favorite composers in concert, riding her bike to the movies, watching a gorgeous sunset at the bluff in Long Beach, or convincing her girlfriend to go out to eat at another vegan restaurant ... again.
Vegan 4 years, Kayla Pasko is originally from Milwaukee, WI and graduated from St. John’s University in 2015 with a degree in communications. When she’s not scoping out trendy vegan spots in NYC you can find her reading, taking a yoga class, or shopping at Trader Joe’s.
Vegan 15 years, Tammie is a VegOut OG, with the team since its beginnings. Self-proclaimed super-woke wellness guru, she's an author, dreamer, and YouTube star wannabe. Her passion, aside from writing about #alltheveganfood, is helping individuals overcome personal barriers to happiness and success.
Tanya Flink is an Orange County journalist willing to run for vegan food. She's written for several plant-based publications, including VegNews, Organic Authority, EcoSalon, and LIVEKINDLY. She currently serves as the Content Manager for Switch4Good.