Vegan Quiche Lorraine – perfect for holiday parties!

Vegan Quiche Lorraine - perfect for holiday parties!

Hello my beautiful friends! If you’ve been here before, you know how much I love to recreate classic recipes from both my husband’s and my own country of origin only with plant-based ingredients – a couple of examples are the Vegan Cherry Clafoutis and my Easy Vegan lasagna. This is why I can’t wait to share with you this marvelous new adaptation of a French classic, a Vegan Quiche Lorraine. As my husband is not only French but actually born & raised in the Lorraine region, I count him as an expert of the famous Quiche Lorraine, which used to be one of his favorite dishes. So when I saw...

A perfect holiday lentil loaf

It’s still early November, and for the second year in a row we’re having snowfalls already! I can’t believe I’ve longed for snow most of my adult life, and now I finally get to experience the magical beauty of seasons in the perfect place. Yay for changing seasons! So, while October was all about comfy Autumnal treats, come this cold temperatures and I’m already thinking of the Holiday season, gift giving and gatherings around the table. Whether you’re Vegan like me or you want to include a meatless dish for your friends and family this holiday season, welcome! Take a look around and make yourself at home. I’ve prepared for...

Easy Vegan lasagna

Easy vegan lasagna

You guys, it doesn’t get easier than this. Who doesn’t love lasagna? Lasagna is such a festive dish to me, perfect for family gatherings, holiday meals, lazy Sunday lunches and so on. My mom used to make it during the holidays, when “pasta al forno” (baked pasta) is always a pleasurable main dish, hearty, yummy, and whenever it was brought to the table you could hear many “ohhh!” “ahhh!” from everyone. Traditionally, this type of tomato-sauce based lasagna wasn’t a meat-less version, but so many versions exist even in the Italian cuisine! For example, zucchini lasagna, or mushroom lasagna are implicity meat-less. In that case you can just sub the...