Green Goddess Spinach Pesto to glow from within

Green Goddess Spinach Pesto

Glow from within with this versatile, nutrient-packed Green Goddess Spinach Pesto packed-full of vitamins, antioxidants and macronutrients Hello my beautiful friends! Today I’m sharing with you a super simple yet super healthy recipe for Green Goddess Spinach Pesto to glow from within. This creamy, tasty, inexpensive and versatile pesto can be made in under 5 minutes and goes well with just about everything: pasta, of course, but also rice, zoodles, potatoes, soups, not to mention it’s absolutely perfect in sandwiches for picnic season! Every time I see fresh spinach at the supermarket, I make sure to buy at least one big bag. Fresh spinach is delicious both raw and cooked,...

Colcannon-inspired Vegan Potato soup

Colcannon-inspired Vegan Potato soup

A hearty Colcannon-inspired Vegan Potato Soup with loads of potatoes, leeks, onions, fresh spinach, cannellini beans and soy cream Hello my beautiful friends, recently on TV we heard that the average person in France consumes around 13 liters of soups per year, Fabien and I looked at each other, giggled and said “yeah, right, we probably have 13 liters per month!” :D I guess we do raise the national average by far. As you probably know by now, we have tons of soups in this house and I mostly just make my own recipes as I go. But when one really stands out I can’t help but write it down,...

Pink Beet Creamy Soup ♥

Pink Beet Creamy Soup ♥

Don’t let the cute pink color fool you: this Pink Beet Creamy Soup is not only beautiful and perfect for Valentine’s Day; it is also a real power house when it comes to nutrition Hello my beautiful friends! As you can see the SevenRoses HQ are in full “Valentine’s Day” mode. You asked for it, and here it is: a pink, romantic yet totally healthy main dish that you can serve for a Valentine’s Day meal, but not only. As you must know by now, a healthy, comforting soup is one of my favorite things to cook all year long; not only are they easy to put together in large...

Split Pea and Spinach creamy soup (with benefits)

split pea soup

This creamy Split Pea and Spinach soup is an easy Vegan, healthy, yummy and comforting food. Hello my beautiful friends! The first time I shared with you a soup recipe I told you how I usually make my own soups: I through in the pot a bunch of good ingredients that according to me go well together, without really following recipes or rules. But when I revealed that we have soups at least once every week, all year long, more and more people have started asking for more soup recipes that are Vegan, healthy, yummy, easy and comforting. As a matter of fact, after years and years of soup-hate,  nowadays it...

One Pan Mexican Quinoa

One Pan Mexican Quinoa

Guest post by Ben Hello my beautiful friends, are you already caught up in the frenzy of the holidays? At the SevenRoses HQ there’s a lot of baking going on and way too much cookie testing, while preparing the guest room for a friend, and a lot of DIY, glue guns, wreaths and greenery all over the place. That’s why the recipe I’m sharing with you today is perfect for this time of the year. This easy & yummy One Pan Mexican Quinoa from Ben, the creator of The Online Grill, can be made in just one pan in a short time, and that means less washing up and more...

Vegan Holiday roast – cheap, succulent and festive!

Are you still wondering what to serve your vegan holiday guests this season? Relax! I have the best recipe for a succulent Vegan Holiday Roast that will please Vegan and meat-lovers just the same, and that really embodies the traditional meals. I know, nothing says “Holiday table” like a roasted, consistent dish that you can slice up and serve with your favorite gravy surrounded by yummy potatoes and vegetables. Well, this incredibly festive, succulent holiday roast is so much more than just “something extra” you have to make so your vegan friends have something to eat other than… salad. The flavors, texture and smell in this roast could easily go...

Italian Bean Soup, because winter is not over yet

Italian Bean Soup, because winter is not over yet

This week, thanks to warmer temperatures, even if we’re still one month away from the actual arrival of Spring, I really started feeling vernal. Blame it on the birds just outside our windows that wake up in the morning the same time as me – making me feel like in an old-school Disney movie; blame it on the daylight that starts to linger a little longer before giving in to twilight… Anyway, today I was about to share with you my most colorful, flower-filled, spring-themed smoothie you’ve ever seen… And then this happened. I don’t usually share soup recipes, even though we cook and eat at least one each week...

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 at sevenroses.net

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...