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Happy Herbivore Light & Lean

I’ve been contacted by Lindsay S Nixon, author of the wonderful Happy Hervivore cookbooks, and she wants to give a special holiday gift to one loyal reader of!  One of you will have your very own copy of her brand new book sent right to you (as long as you’re in the USA or Canada)!

Happy Herbivore books have super fast and easy recipes that use whole foods, are plant-based and use no oil.  Some recipes that are in the book are:  Citrus Couscous, Soba Peanut Noodles, Caribbean Chili and more.  And in Happy Herbivore Light & Lean, Lindsay also shares workout plans.  Every plant-based kitchen needs Happy Herbivore books.  I make her recipes all the time, and they’re family faves.

Happy Herbivore Thai crunch saladThai Crunch Salad

Just write a comment under this post and let me know why you are plant-based.  I’ll pick a winner!

3 Great Recipes from Happy Herbivore !

You’ve got to try these from Lindsay S. Nixon, otherwise known as Happy Herbivore!

Fat-Free Vegan Deviled Eggs

Adopted from Ann Esselstyn, this recipe uses hummus, Dijon mustard, and spices put into a scooped out baked potato.  Ingenious!

I didn’t have black salt, so I just used regular salt.  I used Smoked Paprika, Amir Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and lots of regular yellow mustard (not 1/4 tsp. Dijon like she called for).  When you go get the recipe using the link below, check out how cute and realistic they look.  I know what I’m taking on Easter!

Get the recipe here:

Spinach & Mushroom Quiche

HH Spinach & Mushroom Quiche

Rich & decadent without eggs, fat and cholesterol.  Made from firm tofu, nutritional yeast, cornstarch (I threw out my old cornstarch and used organic so it wouldn’t be GMO), Dijon mustard (I used regular yellow mustard), cremini mushrooms (I used what I had) and frozen spinach.

Great for Easter or Christmas breakfast!

Get the recipe here:

Chana Palak Masala (Spicy Indian Stew featuring palak (spinach) and chana (chickpeas).

HH Chana Palak Masala

Boy, this was good!  I used Rotel Original Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies instead of canned peeled whole tomatoes, so it was spicy.

Get the recipe here:



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