Eggs Benedict Recipe

Eggs Benedict with Avocado and Roasted Red Pepper

Ahh, classic Eggs Benedict. A perfect poached egg perched atop a crisp, buttery English muffin. Lemony, creamy Hollandaise sauce smothering the top; a slice of ham or bacon sandwiched somewhere there in the middle. Wait, what? Cue screeching brake noise. This is a vegetarian blog! Well, good thing! Because today, we’ve got a meatless version… 

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Fennel and Cabbage Slaw

Fennel and Cabbage Slaw

It wasn’t until I started making slaw myself that I began to understand its merit. I never could get on board with mayo-drenched cabbage, but tossing fresh in-season vegetables together with zesty dressing makes for a flavorful, healthful slaw that is utterly addicting. As in I’m-eating-slaw-for-dinner, back-away-from-my-slaw, #slawfordays, I-can’t-get-no-slawtisfaction, we’re-getting-slawshed sort of addicting. I’m just going… 

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Vegan Lemon Coconut Baked Doughnuts

Vegan Coconut Lemon Baked Doughnuts

For some, gifting a kitchen item for a birthday or Christmas is a cardinal sin. We’ve all heard stories about the hapless husband who comes home with beautifully wrapped box containing … cue ominous music … a blender. And the poor clueless fella is booted back out that door faster than you can say “margarita.”… 

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Vegetable Tetrazzini Recipe

Vegetable Tetrazzini

Chicken Tetrazzini is one of those deliciously retro casseroles that has stood the test of time. We might not be making Wieneroni or Ham and Bananas Hollandaise anymore, but everyone’s mom still makes Chicken Tetrazzini. It’s a classic! A classic that is not horrifying! In case you haven’t had Chicken Tetrazzini before, it’s a pasta-based… 

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Curried Red Lentil & Quinoa Bowls with Cilantro-Mint Chutney Recipe

Curried Red Lentil & Quinoa Bowls with Cilantro-Mint Chutney

I think red lentils might just be the least appetizing food you can cook. Well, visually, at least. When you cook split lentils, they fall apart—kind of like split peas in split pea soup. I spent a lot of time trying to think of ways to make curried red lentils look attractive, but sometimes you… 

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Sweet Potato Bibimbap Recipe

Sweet Potato Bibimbap

Photos by Rikki Snyder Bibimbap! Have you heard of it? You will love it! What exactly is bibimbap? It’s a traditional Korean dish which translates to “mixed rice” (bibi = mixed, bap = rice). A variety of sautéed, raw, and pickled vegetables are served on top of white rice with a raw or over-easy egg… 

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Artichoke Gratinata

Artichoke Gratinata

A few weeks ago I was watching a rerun of Everyday Italian with Giada De Laurentiis while I prepped our dinner for the evening. I love watching Giada effortlessly cook meals with all of her hair perfectly in place and her big, bright, beaming smile! Her passion for food is contagious and you can really… 

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One-Pot Pasta Primavera

One-Pot Pasta Primavera

I’m totally a sucker for one-pot meals. I mean, fewer dishes? Less fuss and muss (whatever “muss” is)? I’m in. So when I saw one-pot pasta floating around Pinterest awhile back, I was intrigued. I made Martha Stewart’s version pretty much immediately, and I loved it. And, because I’m a food blogger and this is… 

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Mint Chocolate Chip Dessert Bars Recipe

Mint Chocolate Chip Dessert Bars

Mint Chocolate Chip smoothies are one of my favorite breakfasts because they’re like starting the day off with a milkshake. I originally got the recipe from the Going Raw cookbook, but now I wing it when I make them–a little bit of mint, some banana, almond milk, a small handful of cacao nibs and maybe… 

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Black Bean Flautas with Avocado Dipping Sauce

Black Bean Flautas with Avocado Dipping Sauce

I am inspired by all sorts of recipes–gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and meaty. Basically, if the pictures are beautiful and the ingredients are interesting, I can appreciate it, even if it doesn’t fit into my diet. I love to peruse Pinterest every day and let inspiration strike and that is exactly what happened with these flautas. If… 

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Socca with Sauteed Chard & Parmesan

Socca with Sautéed Chard and Parmesan

Before we talk about socca, I have some exciting news to share–Oh My Veggies has won the Editors’ Choice award for Best Healthy Food Blog in the BHG Blogger Awards! This means you’ll be seeing me in an upcoming issue of Better Homes & Gardens, which is kind of weird, right? Like when Yolanda and… 

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Baked Root Vegetable Chips with Buttermilk-Parsley Dipping Sauce

I’ve often wondered if root vegetables have an underground society, where they discuss top secret vegetable-y things. Those little ninjas. There’s something very mysterious and covert about root vegetables, as though they know something we don’t. Given the option, I would love to be a fly on the wall at a clandestine Root Club meeting…. 

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Thai Peanut Empowered Noodle Bowl Recipe

Thai Peanut Empowered Noodle Bowl from Oh She Glows

Sometimes I get so excited about something, I can’t even verbalize it. I just want to jump up and down and yell AHHHHH and then people stare and it’s awkward. That’s how excited I am about The Oh She Glows Cookbook. I’ve been (im)patiently waiting for it to come out for months and now it’s… 

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Sweet Potato & Millet Falafel

Sweet Potato and Millet Falafel

I have a confession: I have an absolute obsession with falafel. I am always dreaming up new ways to make it for my family on those special nights when we indulge ourselves and this sweet potato and millet version is my newest flavor combination. If you have ever ordered authentic falafel at a Mediterranean restaurant… 

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Slow Cooker Corn and Red Pepper Chowder

Slow Cooker Corn & Red Pepper Chowder

Healthy? Check. Comforting? Check. Easy? Super check. Oh, and vegan?! Check check! Yup, this Slow Cooker Corn and Red Pepper Chowder hits all the right marks. Hearty, creamy, satisfying, chock-full of sweet corn countered perfectly by smoky red bell pepper, cumin, smoked paprika, and a smidge of cayenne. We have a favorite corn chowder around… 

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Kung Pao Veggies Recipe

Kung Pao Veggies

You can go to almost any Chinese restaurant and order Kung Pao Chicken, but I have never seen a vegetarian version on a restaurant menu. This means that if you stop eating meat, you can never eat Kung Pao again. Okay, no, not really. You just have to make your own meatless version. That’s easy… 

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