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Egg Free Crepes

Egg Free Crepes



What? You can make crepes without eggs? My French culinary instructor would not be happy! Sorry Chef Martial, but I no longer eat eggs :) The basic version is gluten free, but you can mix and match a variety of flours to make these crepes more interesting. Use this recipe for my Mushroom Avocado Sprout Crepes. [More]

Roasted pumpkin or other winter squash varieties

Baked Caramel Apple Custard



If you can't find canned pumpkin in the store, you can roast your own. You don't even need a pumpkin, you can use kabocha squash, butternut squash, acorn squash, or any of the other varieties of hard winter squashes available at your grocery store. If you do use pumpkin, it is important not to use the "jack-o-lantern" type pumpkins because they are stringy, bitter, and not grown for human consumption. Look for sugar or pie pumpkins for best results. My favorite squash to roast is kabocha squash, which is typically available all year long in Asian grocery stores. [More]

Baked Caramel Apple Custard

Baked Caramel Apple Custard



Egg free custard? Yes, it is possible! Buckwheat is the magic ingredient in this recipe. This recipe is completely vegan, refined sugar free, and gluten free. Baked apples are wonderful any time of the year, and when you combine apples with a naturally sweetened caramel flavored custard, you can't get a much tastier and healthy dessert! [More]

Blueberry Teriyaki Sauce

Blueberry Teriyaki Sauce



I love teriyaki anything, and the addition of blueberries adds a little sweetness and increases the antioxidant value of this sauce. Use this sauce for your stir fry dishes, use it as a marinate for baked tofu, or use it as a dip for gyoza. If you wanted, you could even use it as a salad dressing, your imagination is the only limiting factor. [More]