#Scramble Me Some #Tofu – #VeganRecipes

THIS IS TOFU — WHAT? 

SOO I missed Tasty Tuesday, but it is never too late to share a good recipe.

We love Angela Liddon’s “Oh She Glows” cookbook (check out her blog too!). The creative and sure to be tasty recipes keep us wanting more, to try another new and fresh recipe.

One of our friends introduced us to her breakfast goodie — Tofu Scramble. DELISH! And toddler friendly. Check out the veggies below, how could you go wrong? While the recipe makes recommendations for what you could sauté, add anything you want. All you need is fresh veggies, tofu, salt, pepper and whatever seasoning you love.

Be creative!

wpid-dsc_0364.jpg This makes for an excellent brunch dish that will keep your guests coming back for more. Don’t underestimate tofu and how delicious it really can be. I was skeptical too at first, but I gave it a try. wpid-dsc_0368.jpg


Note – I have not been asked to provide a review, I am doing so because we love the book and the recipes she includes. Our family is in love with the variety and the unique recipes and tastes. 

Tasty Tuesday Smoothie + Chia Pudding Vegan Heaven

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We are loving chia seeds in our smoothies, in homemade jam and now as pudding. There are so many great benefits associated with these little super seeds.

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For months we have been wanting to try chia pudding. A simple, delicious pudding to stop those carvings for something sweet. We found an amazing recipe in our “Oh She Glows Cookbook” and we HAD to try it. Please note there are 100’s of different recipes out there, again, be creative and experiment with what works for you.

How’d it go? See below!

Ingredients:
–  3-4 tbsps of chia seeds
–  1 tbsp of maple syrup or fresh honey
–  1 small drop of vanilla flavouring
– 1/2 cup of milk or non-dairy milk (we actually used Oh So Good Coconut Milk)

Instructions:

– Whisk the chia seeds, natural sweetener, vanilla and milk together. I prefer to make our pudding in a mason jar, it’s a convenient storage container, glass is much healthier than plastic and it just looks cool! (It’s all about how your food looks to get you excited about trying something new).

– Let the pudding chill for a couple of hours, preferably overnight! As my daughter says “it’s yummy in your tummy!”.

Simple and delicious recipes are classics in your household.

Would we make it again? YES! Absolutely!

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My husband, as always, was thinking outside the box when he prepared our smoothies this morning and decided to add a couple of tablespoons of the pudding into the smoothie. Since the pudding itself was sweet (due to the Canadian maple syrup!), we focused more on the greens and carrots in our smoothie.

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Again, another hit in the smoothie department!


 

Homemade muffins with Manitoba Harvest Hemp seeds are on the menu for my Tasty Tuesday recipe next week.

Compliments of Montreal Runner Mom! Thanks!!