Healthy Vegan Fridays #120

It’s Friday, Friday, Friday! Woot woot! Any exciting things going on with you? It’s the World Veg Fest in San Francisco tomorrow, so we may go check that out.

October Theme: Halloween Inspired Recipes


Show us spooktacular culinary creations! We’ll collect your posts on October 21st and share our favorites on the 28th. Can’t wait to see what fall treats you will share!


Never heard of Healthy Vegan Fridays before? It’s an amazing weekly linkup for bloggers to share their delicious and healthy vegan food. This linkup is not restricted to recipes though – feel free to share your posts on exercise & fitness, plant-based health & wellness,  and/or vegan travel, restaurant and cookbook reviews.

Don’t have a blog? Don’t worry! You can come and see what others have shared and find some tasty food to try!

Here are our favourite recipes from last week!

Tempeh Cheatballs in a Tomato Stew from Green Gourmet Giraffe:


I’ve tried making “meat” balls several times since going vegan, and it has been an utter fail each and every time. But, I think this recipe finally might be the recipe to work out. The tempeh not only adds a boost of protein, but would give a good texture and act as a great binder. And make it taste yummy =)

Sprouted Black Eyed Beans Sundal from Eating Well Diary:


I’ve sprouted my own nuts/seeds & grains, but never beans. I’m excited to try this out! And as I typically make savoury beans, I look forward to trying this sweet recipe out.

Maca Me Crazy Chocolate Cashew Crunch Popcorn from A Whisk and Two Wands:


Popcorn is one of my favourite snacks. I tend to stick with boring old coconut oil and sea salt though. What a way to shake things up with this chocolatey, energy boosting variety! This will be making an appearance at my next movie date night =)

Crêpes from Katering for Veggies:


Ah les crêpes! My parents never made these, but I have fond memories as I grew up in a sort of French Canadian community of sorts. I remember the first time our teacher made them for us and how we practically licked our plates clean.

Mary Ellen and I signed up for the Sabra Spread Sandwich challenge with Recipe Redux. She is sharing her Lemon Chick’n Sandwich:


It sounds so good!! I can’t wait to try this with some gluten-free Beyond Meat Chick’n!

And I’m sharing my BLT Wrap:


We’d love it if you link up and bring some friends to the party! We’ll be pinning and sharing your tasty treats on social media! 

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Join Kimmy (Rock My Vegan Socks) & Mary Ellen (VNutrition) for HVF!

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Let’s get sharing! I can’t wait to see what you bring this week! 

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  • Accepted posts: vegan recipes, plant-based health & wellness, exercise & fitness, and any vegan travel, restaurant or cookbook reviewsAll other posts will be removed.
  • You do not have to be a vegan food blogger to link up, but all recipes must be 100% vegan.
  • You must provide a link back to both your hosts in your post or grab the badge to display on the post you are submitting.
  • When linking up, please make sure to link back to the post you are submitting, not the home page of your blog.
  • Please visit other blogs and comment on at least a few other submissions. It’s fun to share the love!
  • Hashtag with #HealthyVeganFridays 

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Let’s get sharing! I can’t wait to see what you bring this week! 

14 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Fridays #120

    1. Happy Thanksgiving Sandi! We aren’t home, but I think I will make us a nice dinner tomorrow night.
      Your cake sounds amazing! Thanks for linking up & sharing. Have a wonderful celebration this weekend =)

  1. I love flavoured homemade popcorn its been a while since I’ve made some, need to remedy that come the weekend. Have a lovely w/e, Look forward to your blog post about SF World Veg Fest!

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