Healthy Vegan Fridays #128

Happy Friday! MoFo is over – I made it all the way through. Whew! A lot of work, but very fun. I have a fun filled weekend coming up – I’ll share with you next week =) I am SUPER behind on blogging… it’s going to take me awhile to catch up. Although I seemed to have sprained my knee, so I have some sitting around to do – hopefully I can at least blog while sitting and recuperating :/ I will leave you with this cute dog picture:


Speaking of the holidays! We are announcing another theme.

December Theme: Christmas/Inspired Recipes


Show us holiday-themed culinary creations! We’ll collect your posts on December 9th and share our favorites on the16th. Can’t wait to see what winter 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!

Let’s check out some of our favs from last week.

Mini Pumpkins Stuffed with Vegan Chorizo from Allotment2Kitchen:


How cute is this? A baby stuffed pumpkin! Filled to the brim with seasoned chorizo, chickpeas and tomato, this would be a welcome addition to the table.

Welsh Nutroast with Laverbread, Leeks & Cheese from Green Gourmet Giraffe:


Wow! Have you ever seen such a magnificent looking nutroast? This kind of makes me want to break out my cookie cutters so I can make fun toppings for my food. Although, some of the ingredients may be tough to come by in some areas, I’m intrigued by the flavours.

Winter Squash & Kale Curry from EatsLeeds:


I am loving all things squash right now. I am a huge fan of putting it in just about anything, but I’m also looking for new ways to incorporate it. If the squash is roasted ahead of time, you can make quick work of this for a week night supper.

Mac n’ Cheese Hearts from Vegandollhouse:


Who knew anything Mac n’ Cheese could be so cute?! I think Ms. Robin made these for a potluck we were recently invited to that I was unable to attend. This will teach me for missing out – damn! I suppose I can try making them on my own, though it just won’t be the same 😉

Mary Ellen is sharing her Snickerdoodle Cookie Dip:


This is exactly what I need as I head into the month of over indulgences. A perfect sweet treat without the guilt. And I love the idea of pairing it with her Gingerbread Hot Chocolate!

I’m sharing my Gift of Granola:


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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14 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Fridays #128

  1. Granola would be a wonderful change from preserves, jellies and chutney for sure. Liking it. Thank you so much for featuring my recipe and I am also chuffed to see Johanna’s nutroast there too. Have a super duper weekend. I am going to have a long sleep, not worrying about the alarm at all (snooze). PS those mac an cheez hearts look pretty awesome off to check them out

    1. I usually make sugary-cookies, so I figured this would be a nice change, especially since most of us already eat a lot of sugary cookies 😉 Ah yes, I loved reading Johanna’s post about how you sent the laverbread and cookie cutter!
      Hope you’re having a relaxing weekend Shaheen =)

  2. hey you! you won the giveaway on my blog for a copy of the Aquafaba Cookbook! send me an email with your mailing information and I’ll have the book sent to you! my email is ameyfm at yahoo dot com
    fun! congrats on finishing mofo!

  3. Thanks for featuring the nut roast – I really need to try this recipe plainer as it was so good but I don’t have any more laverbread! Robin’s mac and cheese hearts are so cute too! I hope to have some christmas food to share but not sure when we will get organised to make it

    1. It sounds really unique and lovely. I really like the topper especially =)
      Ah don’t worry about the timing of the Christmas recipes. I honestly am not even sure I’ll have time to get mine ready this week!

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