Two-Ingredient Vegan Chocolate Cheesecakes Your Guests Will Love!

Individual Vegan Chocolate Cheesecakes

Why do we eat dairy on Shavuot? I’m going to give you the recipe and instructions for the Vegan Chocolate Cheesecakes. But first, I thought you might want to know why it is a custom to eat dairy on Shavuot. According to My Jewish Learning,  After the Torah was given, they were obligated to follow its laws, […]

Vegan Breakfast Casserole: A Plant-Based Mother’s Day Brunch

Here is an easy recipe for a plant-based/vegan breakfast casserole that also sneaks in some flavorful veggies! The recipe uses Just Egg vegan eggs and you can also include vegan sausage, such as Beyond Meat or Impossible Foods. Add already shredded potatoes, red and green peppers, and a few simple spices, and you are done.

An easy, refreshing, dairy-free Shavuot

Creating a dairy-free menu for Shavuot is not as hard as it seems. You can make a Shavuot meal that is light, refreshing and plant-based. Today’s new recipe is a Citrus Salad with Strawberry Lemon Salad Dressing. The upcoming Jewish holiday of Shavuot commemorates G-d giving the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai. […]

Mother’s Day Vegan Omelet, Egg Sandwich

Vegan Eggless Omelet

For all my vegan or egg-allergic friends, this eggless vegan omelet recipe is just what you’ve been waiting for! You can make the eggless vegan omelet with or without cheese and you can put it on an English muffin, toasted bread or a bagel, with cheese, veggies, and vegan sausage.

Two easy, fun, healthy, and delicious, Tu b’Shvat ideas.

ruly, Tu B’Shvat is a reminder that among rows of processed products in the supermarket, Hashem has provided us with all the tastes we need, in natural and delicious forms. We have salty olives, sweet dates, and crunchy almonds. Scientists now tell us that some of the specific fruits of Israel, such as grapes and pomegranates, are especially good for our health and longevity.