Healthy Vegan Fridays #81

Happy Friday everyone!! I didn’t post this as a resolution or goal, but I really plan on making HVF bigger and better this year. I need your help though! I need you to spread the word and get your blogging buddies to join in the Friday fun =) Also, I am going to relax the “rules” a bit and make it more inclusive to anything relating to vegan food or health and wellness, not just recipes. Veg restaurant reviews, vegan travel and even cookbook thoughts are all welcome.


Need some info on Healthy Vegan Fridays? Check it out all right here!

Let’s check out your fav recipes from last week!

Syrian Red Lentil Skillet Bread from Strength & Sunshine:


I love when accidental recipes come out as masterpieces just like this dish Rebecca made. Some extra creamy lentils helped make this  gluten-free savoury skillet bread completely delicious sounding.

What is a Plant Based Diet? from Veggie Quest:


Lee is launching a 5-part series called Plant Based 101 giving tips and tricks on how to seamlessly enter the veggie world. Sounds like a great read for newbies and pros alike!

Creamy Red Pepper Dressing for Food Bowl from Green Gourmet Giraffe:

creamy red pepper salad dressing (1)

This is a lovely sounding dip that would pair well with so many different kinds of bowls. I think it would also go well as a dip for fresh veggies or a creamy salad dressing.

This week, I’m sharing my Black Rice Noodle Coconut Curry Tofu.


I’m looking forwarding to seeing your shares =) Don’t forget to link back!

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21 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Fridays #81

  1. Am I the only one who wants to dip the lentil bread in the red pepper dressing? Both look amazing! Also, thanks for featuring the first post in my Plant Based 101 Series. “What is a Plant Based Diet?” is a question I think a lot of people have, so I hope others find it useful!

    1. Glad to hear positive reactions about the lax “rules”. I would LOVE to hear about your Japan trip. My husband really wants to go, but I’m not sure I do so it would be great hearing others and their experiences.

  2. Hi Kimmy,
    It’s so great to be back from the holidays and vacations. Happy New Year to you! Today I shared an Avocado Mango Blueberry Super Greens Smoothie recipe. All the best, Deborah

    1. Oh my goodness does that smoothie ever sound amazing. Just when I think your smoothies can’t possibly get any better, you whip another stellar smoothie out!
      Happy New Year Deborah! So happy to see you back at HVF =)

  3. I am looking forward to a new year of HVF. :) And if it doesn’t have to be strictly a recipe only, I may even be able to contribute sometimes. I am not a recipe creator. I am a recipe maker. And a recipe eater. Especially that last part. 😉
    That lentil skillet bread looks so good!
    Some great links already for this week. I particularly would like to try that millet omelet, but I think the peanut buttercup smoothie with the butternut pumpkin in it wins my heart!

    1. I don’t want HVF to be restrictive, I want all veg-food lovers to be able to participate! A recipe maker and eater is very appreciated =)
      I’m totally eyeing up that pbcup smoothie too! I’ll have to check out all of the awesome sauce recipes =)

  4. Argh, I am sooo late to the linkup this week! But better late than never :) I like the new rules, I think that’s a great way to grow this linkup! I’ve added my post on Roman Chamomile (which is also a new thing for me, because as you know, normally I do only post recipes!) – I hope that fits into the guidelines anyway, it is health & wellness related :)

    1. As long as you are in by the time it closes on Tuesday, it is not late! You are far from late! In fact, I think you are early 😉
      I loved your post on Chamomile, I’m so glad you are sharing it. Of course it fits and is very welcome. Thank you for contributing!

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