Vegan maple pancake donut recipe was randomly invented one morning. We had this huge bag of vegan pancake mix that I hadn’t used in a while. I thought, wouldn’t it be fun to make maple donuts with pancake mix? So I started to work on a recipe for baked donuts using pancake mix and maple syrup!
The great thing about vegan donuts with pancake mix is that the pancake mix already has a lot of the necessary ingredients. For example, baking soda and a binding agent.
Vegan brands of pancake mix include Bisquick Original Pancake & Baking Mix, Aunt Jemima Original Pancake & Waffle Mix, or Hungry Jack Complete Chocolate Chip Pancake Mix.
You only need 5 simple ingredients to make this recipe for baked donuts. All you need is 2 cups pancake mix, 1/2 of a large banana, and 1 cup vegan milk. Also 1/4 cup maple syrup and 1 tsp vanilla extract. For the maple donuts glaze you need 1/4 cup vegan butter (melted) and 1/2 cup brown sugar.
You also need 3 tbsp vegan milk (such as soy, almond, coconut), 2 tbsp maple syrup, and 2 cups powdered sugar for the glaze. The directions for the donuts with pancake mix are so easy as well. In a large mixing bowl combine all ingredients and blend with hand held mixer until thoroughly combined.
This recipe for baked doughnuts is so easy
Next, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Then grease 2 (6 count) donut pans. Pour vegan donuts with pancake mix batter into donut compartments in the donut pan (fill them 1/2 way full). Bake maple donuts for 8 minutes only.
Directions for the vegan maple glaze is very simple as well. Melt butter in microwave safe bowl for 30 seconds. Add the remaining glaze ingredients into melted butter mixing bowl and whisk vigorously until thoroughly combined.
The glaze will thicken as the butter cools off. Let the donuts cool off before filling the tips into the glaze. This vegan baked pancake donut recipe is so simple to make. It’s very delicious as well. The maple glaze is to sticky and delicious.
Vegan avocado sushi roll recipe is so simple and delicious. I love sushi it’s always been one of my favorite foods. And it’s so easy to make with vegan ingredients. How to make a vegan avocado vegetable sushi roll with minimal ingredients such as with jasmine rice avocado and carrots. That’s all you need!
making vegan sushi is healthy and delicious, its a plant based and gluten free recipe. I like to use wasabi in my vegan sushi roll for two reasons. The first is because I actually love the flavor! Not too much of course because it’s so intense. The second reason is because it helps hold the rice together when rolling the sushi roll.
You only need a few easy ingredients to make this avocado sushi roll. The ingredients include 1 cup white jasmine rice, 2 cup water, and 1 tbsp wasabi. Also 1 tsp rice vinegar, 1 medium avocado, 1 small carrot (not baby carrot), and 1 tbsp sesame seeds for topping.
I like using white jasmine rice to make this type of recipe. It tastes great with the seaweed, avocado, and wasabi. My favorite thing is to sprinkle it with sesame seeds and dip it in soy sauce.
The directions are super easy to follow
Directions for vegan avocado sushi roll are so easy. First, combine rice and water in a medium cooking pot and bring to a boil. Turn the heat down to medium/high and cook for 10 to 12 minutes, stirring occasionally, until rice is fully cooked.
Remove heat and add wasabi and rice vinegar to cooked rice. Stir or whisk vigorously until thoroughly combined. Cut up carrot into vertical slices to insert in vegan sushi. Cut up avocado into slices.
How To Roll It Up
Lay down a sheet of seaweed vertically on a sushi mat or hand towel. For the hand towel, fold it in half lengthwise and over it with plastic wrap. Make a flat layer of rice on the seaweed like a sheet over a mattress.
If you want the rice on the outside instead of the inside of the sushi roll, flip the seaweed over at this point. Line the carrots and avocado on the closest edge of the seaweed to you, horizontally. Then roll it up using the towel to guide the process. This plant based sushi roll is a great vegan way to enjoy your favorite Japanese cuisine at home! Sprinkle the top with sesame seeds.
What to serve with an avocado roll?
My favorite side dishes to have with plant based sushi include:
Edamame – Edamame is the preparation of immature soybeans still in the pod. They are generally boiled or steamed and lightly salted.
Shishito Peppers – Shishito pepper is a mildly spicy East Asian pepper that crisp up lovely with a bit of oil in the air fryer or oven.
Salad With Asian Dressing – Shredded lettuce, carrots, and purple cabbage with a ginger sesame dressing pairs wonderfully with an avocado sushi roll recipe.
Seaweed Salad – Seaweed salad is also known as goma wakame in Japanese. It is made with undaria pinnatifida, an edible seaweed used widely in Japanese cuisine. It’s made by dipping dried seaweed in water, draining, cutting into small pieces and then mixed with soy sauce, mirin, sesame, sesame oil, yuzu juice, grated ginger, rice vinegar, chilli and sugar.
I love this recipe for healthy quinoa sushi roll. It’s super healthy, filling, and delicious. These vegan sushi rolls are so easy to make, you don’t have to have special equipment or any experience to make them. This healthy quinoa recipe is one of my favorite plant based meals.
Vegan sushi rolls are so much fun to make. I have always loved sushi and the great thing is you don’t need any seafood. Wasabi, soy sauce, and seaweed are some of my favorite flavors. Additionally substituting quinoa for rice is so healthy.
This healthy quinoa recipe is great for over all health and even weight loss. Quinoa is gluten-free, rich in protein and other essential vitamins and minerals. It is also high in fiber, magnesium, B vitamins, and iron.
This vegan sushi recipe also contains potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants. It’s also so simple to make. You only need a few simple ingredients to make it. This vegan sushi roll is plant based and gluten free!
Vegan sushi rolls are so simple to make
All you need to make this healthy quinoa recipe is 1/4 cup quinoa dry, 1/2 cup water (to cook the quinoa), and 1 medium carrot stick. Also 1 small cucumber, 1/4 cup avocado, and 1 tbsp wasabi.
Other ingredients for these vegan sushi rolls include 1/2 tbsp rice vinegar and 2 full sized seaweed sheets (nori). They are so easy to make as well. First, bring 1/2 cup water to a boil then reduce heat to medium/high.
Then add the quinoa to the water and cook for 12 minutes. Make sure to stir with a large spoon every 5 minutes or so. Remove heat and set quinoa aside while prepping the rest of healthy quinoa sushi roll recipe.
In a medium mixing bowl combine wasabi and rice vinegar and whisk until thoroughly combined. Add the cooked quinoa to the wasabi mixture and mix with a large spoon until thoroughly combined. Cut the carrot and cucumber into 4 sections each vertically.
Lay down a sheet of seaweed vertically on a sushi mat or hand towel. For the hand towel, fold it in half lengthwise and over it with plastic wrap. Use half the quinoa to fill one roll. Make a flat layer of quinoa on the seaweed like a sheet over a mattress.
If you want the quinoa on the outside of your vegan sushi recipe, flip the seaweed over at this point. Put half the portion of carrots, cucumber, and avocado on the closest edge of the seaweed to you. Then roll healthy quinoa sushi roll up using the towel to guide the process.
This vegan sushi recipe is so healthy and flavorful.
This recipe is gluten free, make sure your soy sauce is too!
This spicy air fryer asparagus recipe is the perfect plant based snack or side dish. My family and I love asparagus and it’s really healthy too. Asparagus in the air fryer is easy, healthy, and delicious. Interestingly, asparagus is found in one of the oldest surviving recipes known to mankind!
Air fryer recipes are amazing because they don’t need oil and crisp up so delightfully. An air fryer is a countertop kitchen appliance like a toaster oven or waffle maker.
It circulates hot air around food in order to cook it. Most air fryer models come in a two-liter to six-liter capacity and can cost anywhere from $70 to $200 depending on the model.
Asparagus in the air fryer is so healthy. It is low in calories and rich in protein and fiber. Asparagus provides vitamin A, thiamine, and riboflavin. Also vitamin K, calcium, iron, and a variety of other nutrients. I love make asparagus in my air fryer because they get a crispy outer texture like French fries.
This vegan side dish is so simple to make
You only need a few simple ingredients to make this spicy air fryer asparagus recipe. All you need is about 12 asparagus spears
1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp chipotle powder seasoning, or seasoning of your choice. It’s also helpful to use non stick cooking spray in the air fryer basket.
Start making asparagus in the air fryer by cutting the bottoms off the asparagus spears. Spray the bottom of the air fryer basket with non stick cooking spray. Place the asparagus spears flat in the air fryer basket, ensure they are not overlapping
Sprinkle the asparagus evenly with the seasoning. Set the temperature to 350 degrees F. Cook them for 10 minutes. The asparagus will be fully cooked, however if you like them a little more crispy, cook for another 5 minutes.
This Baked Tempeh Mushroom Taco Meat Easy Recipe tastes so good. Tempeh is such a delicious vegetarian protein. This vegan recipe for mushroom tacos is healthy, meaty, and tasty!
Tempeh is very nutritious. It’s made from fermented soybeans. Tempeh is rich in protein and fiber. It’s also lower in carbohydrates. Tempeh is a healthy plant based dinner recipe ingredient. It goes great in this vegan recipe for mushroom tacos.
Which is good for low carb and Keto diets. Tempeh also provides calcium, iron, and other beneficial nutrients. Tempeh is one of the top plant based proteins. It’s also rich in prebiotics, which are fibers that promote beneficial bacteria in your digestive system. Speaking of healthy digestion, this vegan taco meat recipe also contains mushrooms! You have to try this vegan recipe for mushroom tacos.
Mushrooms belong to the fungi kingdom. They contribute to healthy skin and hair, energy, and weight. Mushrooms are high in antioxidants which have disease prevention qualities. Furthermore mushrooms contains selenium. Selenium helps detox the body by cleansing the liver. It has cancer prevention qualities and can decrease the size of tumors.
I love baking mushrooms because it creates a dry texture. Masking the mushrooms more crunchy rather than chewy. Mushrooms are a healthy low calorie vegetable.
You will need 9 total ingredients for making this vegan tempeh mushroom taco meat. Ingredients are one brick tempeh, 2 cup mushrooms, and 1 tbsp olive oil. For seasoning and flavor you will need 3 tbsp sriracha, 1/2 tbsp onion powder, and 1/2 tbsp salt. Also 1/2 tbsp paprika, 1/2 tbsp cayenne pepper, and 1/2 tbsp nutritional yeast.
Nutritional yeast is one of my all time favorite vegan seasonings. It tastes like nutty cheese. It’s also most likely fortified with an abundance of vitamins and nutrients. Including vitamin B-12. Although all nutritional yeast contains B vitamins, obviously fortified yeast contains the most. I always use the fortified brands as it helps my nutrition intake.
Fortified nutritional yeast is a complete protein. It contains all 9 amino acids the human body needs to function healthily. Fortified yeast is abundant in thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.
You will love the seasoning in this vegan taco recipe
This spicy recipe is vegan, gluten free, and paleo. It’s also low carb and Keto. Start by Preheating the oven to 350 degrees F. Next Line a baking pan with foil. Then Manually break up the tempeh into chunks over foil. Combine chopped mushrooms with tempeh. Your vegan recipe for mushroom tacos is almost done.
Use your hands to mix plant based taco meat together. Add olive oil and seasoning and toss/mix up again with your hands. Spread out evenly across foil sheeted baking pan. Bake for 12-15 minutes!
Just scoop this vegetarian taco meat into your favorite taco shell or tortilla. Top with shredded lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado. There are also various vegan cheeses including sour creams to add as well! Tempeh is my favorite go to vegan protein meat replacer!