Toasting the nuts or seeds before blending gives them a richer, fuller flavor.
Mix-ins like matcha powder, Medjool dates, and cocoa powder can give your nut milk a flavor boost.
Make this pesto dairy-free by subbing in nutritional yeast for the traditional cheese. You can't taste the difference!
This garlicky vegan dip features creamy cannellini beans, fresh spinach, and chopped rosemary.
You can always purchase your favorite nut- or seed-based crackers for a summer spread, but these four-ingredient crackers are a cinch to make.
Soaked raw cashews provide the "cheese" in this creamy dip.
Toasted cumin seeds complement the curry powder in these toasted almonds, and maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness.
This pizza uses homemade pesto — made with tangy nutritional yeast instead of cheese! — and a gluten-free crust made from almond flour, eggs, coconut oil, and sea salt.
The cruciferous veggies in this salad — arugula and cabbage — contain glucosinolates, which feature sulfur that supports liver function.
These Mexican-inspired sweet potatoes are baked, split lenghtwise, and topped with black beans, corn, salsa, and avocado.
This simple-yet-decadent dessert can be made ahead of time and has only three ingredients.
This make-ahead appetizer has only four ingredients.
This thick pesto is ideal for spreading on sandwiches or nut and seed crackers. Add more olive oil to turn it into a veggie dip or pasta sauce.
You won't miss the meat in these homemade veggie burgers, which are made from mushrooms, onions, garlic, cheese, walnuts, oats, eggs, herbs, and more.
Coconut flakes, almonds, lemon zest, dates, dried blueberries and more come together in the food processor to make these homemade energy bars.
Black beans, ground flaxseeds, and toasted pumpkinseeds help bind this vegan burger together.
Coconut flakes, almonds, and dates come together with bananas and cacao nibs to make these homemade energy bars.
Lime zest, dates, crystallized ginger, almond butter, and cashews are just some of the ingredients in these homemade key-lime energy bars.
Pumpkin purée, hazelnuts, dried cranberries, dates, and warming spices are just some of the ingredients in these DIY energy bars.
This colorful, hearty salad comes together quickly thanks to canned beans and canned (sustainably caught!) tuna.
If you have a local fish market or food co-op, you can find high-quality salmon there. Ask which one your fishmonger would be comfortable eating raw.