As 2022 comes to a wrap, we look back at a wonderful year at CNS and the many wonderful recipes we shared over the year! We love seeing which recipes you all loved the most, not only to try them ourselves but also to help us develop recipes in the year to come. This year we saw a huge trend in chocolate treats, no surprise there! Also, a love and appreciation of veggies, from Moroccan Stew to Veggie Pad Thai.
This super easy noodle recipe is the perfect example of how a few well-placed garnishes can take a dish to another level. The crushed peanuts add textural diversity, the lime a splash of brightness that pairs really well with the spicier elements of the dish, and the Thai basil an aromatic freshness.
Tiramisu is a decadent dessert traditionally reserved for upscale Italian restaurants. The light sponge is soaked in coffee, layered with a thick cream filling, and topped with a generous dusting of cocoa powder. Whole food, plant-based living doesn’t get much better than this!
The classic combination of spices in this hot chocolate brings out a depth of flavor that balances between bitter, earthy, and slightly sweet notes. Perfect for a winter day, especially when you’re snowed in and trying to get cozy by the fireplace!
Sweet, tangy and fresh-tasting this pad thai recipe is full of only the best unrefined, healthy and nourishing ingredients. Tamarind tastes a bit like a date but is less sweet (and more sour), and is sometimes known as the Indian date.
This is a super easy and delicious way to bake tofu. Tossing the tofu cubes in almond meal and nutritional yeast before baking gives them a crispier texture, as well as a slightly nutty flavor. It’s a delicious addition to almost any dish that you would usually eat with tofu.
Next time you or someone in your family is craving nuggets, try out these satisfying cauliflower nuggets! They are delicious on their own, or pair them with your favorite plant-based dipping sauce.
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