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Oven-baked celeriac cutlets (Vegan, no-oil)

celeriac cutlets

A cheap, delicious and easy Vegan celeriac cutlet recipe that can be baked in the oven or cooked in a pan Hello my beautiful friends! Today I want to share with you a super easy recipe that can become your go-to recipe for burger/sandwich night. These cutlets are so delicious and cheap that I’m sure you’ll love them once you try them. Celeriac happens to be the ugly duckling of your produce section. Even I never actually fancied it before moving to France. This weird-looking root vegetable costs around 1€/piece and considering they are pretty big and heavy, it’s one of the cheapest vegetables you can get, and you can...

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...

Vegan Crêpes party (Chandeleur)

Vegan Crêpes party

Hello my beautiful friends! Today in France and some other francophone countries we celebrate “La Chandeleur” (Candelmass). Originally Chandeleur (candlelight festival) was an ancient Pagan and Latin festivity – its etymology is festa candelarum, and it later became a Christian religious festival corresponding to the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Chandeleur is celebrated exactly 40 days after Christmas. In France, Belgium and parts of Switzerland Chandeleur is still celebrated in some churches on February 2nd, although nowadays it’s best known as “the day of the crêpes”, which is a perfect excuse to eat savory and sweet crêpes as both the main course and dessert for a real Vegan Crêpes...

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...

Triple-layer cheesecake hearts ♥

triple-layered-cheesecake-hearts

These triple-layer cheesecake hearts are delicious, gluten-free, dairy-free desserts perfect for Valentine’s Day! Make them for your other half or just go ahead and make one for yourself ♥ Hello my beautiful friends! I dedicate these sweet treats to all of you, those in love, those looking for love and those that are fed up with love all together ;) The base for these cheesecakes is an Italian cake called “Caprese” which is not only totally delicious, but also traditionally gluten-free and Vegan: it’s made with just a few ingredients and it only needs almond meal as flour. I will dedicate it its own post soon (trust me, it deserves...

A Vegan New Year’s Eve at Hogwarts

Hello my beautiful friends! I didn’t know I had a problem until someone who knows me very well said that I’m “Harry Potter obsessed“. I thought I just liked, er, loved the books and movies and that I could re-read and re-watch them nonstop, and I can honestly say I wish I lived in one of J.K.Rowling‘s books, (perhaps opening a little arts & crafts boutique on Diagon Alley?) but apparently – for people who didn’t catch the Hogwarts’bug – I’m obsessed. Oh well, there’s worst things in life ;> Raise your hand if you’re a Harry Potter fan, or if your kids are, or if you know at least...

Walnut flax burgers (Vegan Weight Loss Manifesto)

Walnut flax burgers

Hello my beautiful friends! Today I’m so excited to share with you a delicious and easy Walnut flax burgers recipe that has blown my mind. It’s so quick to make, it requires only 5 ingredients, 5 minutes of your time and a food processor, and it can be eaten raw or cooked for two very different but equally palatable culinary experiences. Have I awakened your curiosity? Then read on! These Walnut flax burgers are my newest burger addiction, and the recipe comes straight from the amazing Vegan Weight Loss Manifesto book by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler. This book is the answer for all those people, Vegan or not, that...

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...

Fudgy double chocolate brownies (Fuss Free Vegan)

Fudgy double chocolate brownies (Fuss Free Vegan)

Make some of these Fudgy double chocolate brownies for the ultimate comfort food. They happen to be Vegan and no, they don’t contain any weird “secret ingredient” that you wouldn’t want in your dessert :D For a self-proclaimed foodie, nothing compares to opening the mail box only to see a brand new exciting cookbook waiting for you to dig in. But if that book turns out to be Sam Turnbull’s “Fuss-Free Vegan: 101 Everyday Comfort Food Favorites, Veganized” you are in for a really special treat. Sam is the warm and enchanting blogger behind It doesn’t taste like chicken, which is known for her easy, yummy, inventive yet down-to-earth 100%...

Yummy White Bean and Garlic Dip with lemon and chives

Yummy White Bean and Garlic Dip

Guest post by Heather Hey there, Seven Roses readers! My name is Heather and I’m the author of ThePennywisePlaybook.com, a frugal living blog for budget-savvy Millennial women. One of my passions is affordable vegan cooking, so you’ll find loads of vegan recipes on my blog! That’s the main reason I’m guest blogging here on Seven Roses today; the lovely Francesca had asked whether I would be interested in contributing an original recipe to her blog in the lead-up to the holidays, and I jumped at the chance! So I’ve got what I think is a pretty darn good dip recipe for you, my vegan darlings… After tasting a white bean...

Fun & easy Vegan Halloween treats

Fun and easy Vegan Halloween treats

Who else has started a countdown till Halloween? =) Whether you’re throwing a Halloween Party or you just want some tasty Vegan Halloween treats to offer to trick-or-treaters, these Halloween Vegan recipes for kids are super delicious and surprisingly simple to make! I am well aware that there are some people out there still thinking that a Vegan treat would consist solely of raw veggies, slices of apples (nothing wrong with that) if not pieces of cardboard (yes that joke is still going on…) so for whatever reason you or your kids are choosing Vegan treats – health? ethics? environment? all of the above? – I hope to show you all...

Ultimate guide to Vegan Meat Substitutes

Ultimate guide to Vegan Meat Substitutes

Guest post by Sarah Hello beautiful people! Today SevenRoses.net is happy to have a guest post from Sarah at Simmer and Zest – she compiled the ultimate guide to Vegan meat substitutes. I know that many of you were waiting for such an article, especially all those readers that leave me comments such as “I’m not Vegan but I’d like to cook more Vegan recipes for my family….” I’m sure you’ll love this post :-) So please welcome Sarah as she shares her Vegan Meat Substitutes how-to guide with us! Ultimate guide to Vegan Meat Substitutes: how to make Vegan meat substitutes The vegan lifestyle is one shared by thousands...

50 Epic Vegan Back to School recipes

50 Epic Vegan Back to School recipes

Hey everyone, with today’s post I want to show you that there’s tons of different Vegan recipes for back to school (or back to work!) that are easy, yummy, filling and occasionally healthy – providing you with all the proteins, vitamins and nutrients you need throughout the day. You can bring them to school or at work with you in a cute bento box and you don’t even need to heat them up in a microwave or any of that. But before I plunge into the incredible amount of yumminess that this post is about, I just want to stop and ask all of you: who else is super excited...

Vegan Gluten-free Carrot Cake

How to Make Vegan Gluten-free Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting and Walnuts

Guest post by Susan Conley Today I have a special guest post by Susan Conley, the creator of cookthestone.com, sharing with SevenRoses’ readers an amazing recipe which is not only Vegan but also Gluten-free. Now, please welcome Susan as she shares her Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting and Walnuts step-by-step recipe with us! Following a Vegan diet can be quite challenging. What more if you have celiac disease? I have a friend who follows a vegan and celiac diet, and I know the sacrifices he had to endure. When she was diagnosed with celiac disease, she had to avoid foods that used to be part of her diet like bread,...

Vegan Cherry Clafoutis

Vegan Cherry Clafoutis

Which are your first childhood culinary memories? You know, those foods that just like Proust‘s Madeleines, take you back to another time and another place with just one bite. Perhaps in your mother’s kitchen, or at your grandparent’s house, foods that are familiar yet so distant in time. To me it’s always fascinating how flavors and smells can trigger so many memories, even things we thought were long forgotten. Many times I ask this same question to my husband, as coming from different countries we didn’t get to experience the same types of food as children, and every now and then I try to recreate his favorite foods but Vegan,...