Healthy Vegan Fridays #147

Happy Friday!

I’m off today, yay! I’ll be spending quality time with Matt, Firenze, and Sophie this weekend along with doing some homework and maybe (hopefully) making a video for the blog. Then I’ll be spending Easter with my family. I have a few ideas on what I’m making (definitely my colcannon soup) but not sure still about the main dish. So excited to get a little time off to just relax.

Oh and if you need my pups, they’ll be doing this as usual:

I cannot even tell you how many blankies and pillows we have on our couch. It makes me and the pups cozy and I finally got Matt into liking it as well. 🙂

Did you know next week is VegWeek? My friend Randi over at Beautifully Bohemian has a great post all about it. If you or anyone you know is interested, be sure to check it out!

I hope you all have a great weekend!

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Healthy Vegan Fridays is an amazing weekly linkup for bloggers to share their delicious and healthy vegan food. This linkup is not restricted to recipes, though – feel free to share your posts on exercise & fitness, plant-based health & wellness,  and vegan travel, restaurant & cookbook reviews.

Don’t have a blog? Don’t worry! You can come and see what others have shared and find some tasty food to try!

Here are a few of our favorite recipes from last week!


This tasty looking Black Rainbow Chard Chili Beans from Allotment 2 Kitchen is my kind of meal – warming and yummy. And the rainbow chard is from Shaheen’s garden, and as I told her already, I’m jealous!

 


This Cauliflower Lentil Loaf from Green Gourmet Giraffe would be the perfect main dish for Easter this weekend (if you celebrate). Cashews and lentils give this a nice serving of protein too. Yum!

 

Flourless Coconut Protein Muffins [Clean, Vegan, GF] ...And A Dash of CinnamonAnd a Dash of Cinnamon always has such great protein baked goodies like these Flourless coconut protein muffins. I love how they’re also gluten free too, plus I’m into anything coconut especially once the weather starts getting nicer.

 

Vegan Curry Shephers Pie

Fueled by Carrots shared her Vegan Curry Shepard’s Pie. This is such a cool mix of Indian flavors meeting an Irish dish. Excited to give it a try!

 


Speaking of shepherd’s pie, check out Kimmy’s version of Shepherd’s Pie as well! While she made this for St. Patrick’s day, any day would end well if you had a big helping of this on the table. Totally need to try this too!

 

And finally today I’m sharing my Carrot Cake Cupcakes.  I think these would be a cute treat for Easter or if you don’t celebrate, for spring in general because who doesn’t love a cute bunny? I also made a really easy One Pot Lemon Pasta for the blog this wee so if you’re in need of a quick meal, check it out!

 

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14 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Fridays #147

  1. Happy Friday! Yay for having the day off. Enjoy the long weekend my dear. I hope you have a great one filled with family & fun times. Your pups are too cute! Sunny is definitely the opposite haha 😉
    Excited to see your video!!!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing my post about VegWeek Mary Ellen! I hope you guys have a lovely Easter- those cupcakes look amazing (that’s where I’m headed next lol). Sending hugs!!

  3. Thank you do much Mary Ellen for featuring my dish. Please don’t be jealous of my garden, it needs so much work that it is not worth envying yet. Do try and grow some veg in pots, I used to do that first when I had a balcony, then i got postage size bit of land, before I got an allotment plot – hence the name of this blog. You will get a garden of your own one day, I know it. Enjoy the Easter long weekend.

  4. Thanks for sharing my post! Your cupcakes look so cute. I LOOOOVVEEE carrot cake so I am totally all about that!

    1. Oh good, I’m glad we’re not the only ones! My pups don’t actually drag them around themselves…they make me do it haha. I somehow know when Firenze needs one of the beds moved by the door so he can see out. He loves it. 🙂

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