The secret to the perfect Thanksgiving dinner? It’s a good bread, and there’s something so satisfying about pulling apart bread. No bread maker, no fuss. This pull-apart bread can easily be made from scratch! A good pull-apart bread doesn’t have to be just for a special day, serve this bread as a savoury side to accompany a weekend brunch with friends.
We get the creepy crawlies just looking at these mini pies! Give your kids a fun and healthy treat this Halloween with these tomato mini pies. Their decoration is good enough to eat and so easy to make, it’s frightening! The only trick to these vegan and gluten-free mini pies is how easy they are to make; they make use of ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. If you are hosting a Halloween party this year, look no further: this spooky appetiser will delight both adults and children, and it will make them think you put in a lot of effort.
This rustic Italian bread has a golden-brown crust and a dense moist texture. The dough for focaccia is indented and olive oil is generously drizzled over the indentations in the dough. Try dipping this flatbread in infused olive oil for the perfect bite!
Propyra (pronounced propýra) is an ancient Greek flatbread. Its name denotes a brick oven cooking technique: propyra was baked near to the oven’s door and far from the fire. Propyra’s ancient Greek recipe has stood the test of time; Greeks today call it Spetsiotic propyra, as the local islanders of the idyllic Greek island of Spetses continue to bake this flatbread everyday even to this day! Propyra is a wholemeal flatbread generously coated with sesame seeds, sea salt flakes, and freshly ground black pepper. Traditionally, propyra is eaten with almost every meal just like bread. Are you more of a flatbread than a baguette? No matter which type you may prefer, bread is one of our food staples.
Spices from the East add a wonderful aromatic touch to falafel. Unexpected flavours meld together perfectly into this easy and economical dish, which uses chickpeas and veggies for extra punches of taste and nutrition. Serve these Mediterranean chickpea patties in pita pockets with greens, tomato, and a mild vegan yogurt sauce. Your kids won’t be able to resist! For a rainbow of riches create a surprising, colourful main dish using complementary side salads — the easy way — from greens to carrots.
If you seek a vegan cheese to whet the palate for the flavours to come, Sophia’s vegan and dairy-free almond cheese certainly does the trick. My recipe is simple to prepare and follows a 7-ingredient list. Sophia’s vegan and dairy-free almond cheese provides a buttery and rustic taste without lingering in the mouth. My almond cheese has a mild cheesy aroma: earthy, fruity, delicate. Sophia’s vegan and dairy-free almond cheese is versatile enough to be eaten at every meal and to be paired with sweet and salty foods. My recipe is easy and economic, and the almond cheese is a vegan and dairy-free substitute for Greek feta. My almond cheese is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, lactose-free, casein-free, and it does not contain agar-agar or gelatin.
On a chilly day this thick and delicious soup made with fresh winter vegetables will warm you up. This is a gut-healing and decadent creamy soup that the whole family will enjoy. It is so easy to make this quick sweet potato and carrot soup, and yet this soup is hearty enough to make a full dinner. Sweet potato and carrot soup can be served warm or at room temperature. This bright-coloured soup makes for a great appetizer. Sweet potato and carrot soup is gut-friendly and gluten-free.
Find the perfect Thanksgiving dishes with Healthy Bread by Sophia! Plan a vegan Thanksgiving dinner menu with these recipes, including aperitif cocktails; starter/appetizer; main dish; and dessert, that will impress everyone at the table!
Molasses roasted carrots with fresh lemon thyme is an easy, vegan, gluten-free starter/appetizer and a versatile side dish that will pair perfectly with anything. Sophia’s roasted carrots are infused with unparalleled aromas and flavors.
The mint-infused kolokythokeftedes are a classic Greek mezze. The courgette balls are very light because they are baked. Buckwheat kolokythokeftedes are crunchy on the outside and sticky on the inside. They are gluten-free!