Along with the waffles, which I posted the recipe for yesterday, we had an Orange-Blueberry Sauce which I made the night before. This is a great sauce to serve on waffles and pancakes. It also works well on top of raw cheesecake and ice cream! It’s not difficult to make, you just have to be patient enough to allow the liquid to reduce and thicken. Recipe Name: Orange-Blueberry Sauce Recipe Type: VG, GF Cuisine: Breakfast, Dessert, Sauce Author: ScrapDeli.
Note: Starting today, I’m trying out a new recipe format. I hope that you find this new method useful. It should allow you to use various programs and apps, such as Paprika, to capture the recipes without having to cut and paste. Let me know on the ScrapDeli Facebook page if you like it, or would prefer the old method!_ Pumpkin combined with a bit of chocolate is one of my favorite flavor combinations.
A beautiful pesto sauce adds both a nutritional and presentation punch to your dishes. Making it is about as easy as it gets. Here’s my setup. Equipment blender squeeze bottle (optional) Ingredients 1 cup raw pine nuts, soaked 2 to 4 hours 2 cups fresh organic spinach, packed 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon white Balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon dried basil, or the equivalent fresh salt and pepper Method Put all of the ingredients in the blender.
Coleslaw is quick and easy to make… Even if you’re starting the dressing from scratch! It can be a side dish, or eaten as a snack. It’s great for picnics and tailgate parties. But how do you make a vegan dressing? Start with a commercial Vegenaise? Not me! This is how I make vegan coleslaw dressing. Here’s my setup. Equipment Blender Ingredients 8 oz soft (not silken!) tofu 4 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
I love tzatziki! We used to eat at Greek restraunts all the time. I would always make sure what I ordered came with it, or I would order it on the side. One of our old favorites was Pita Jungle, where we would often get the Mediterranean Platter. However, now we don’t go there now. Half of this platter contains 1810 mg of sodium! If you ate the whole thing yourself, you would end up consuming 1240 calories and a whopping 3620 mg of sodium.