All recipes are 100% vegan, easy, and DELICIOUS!  I never make the same thing twice, have fun with these ideas to your taste; make them your own to suit your beautiful life!



Dressings / Spreads / Dips:


Low-Fat Desserts:

These are DEFINITELY Desserts!


14 thoughts on “Recipes

  1. My word you’ve worked hard on these recipes. They all sound so yummy. Once my personal chef has returned from the gym, I’ll get her to knock me up one of your cakes! Excellent work!!

    1. Why thank you!! I work at Rawbert’s Organic Garden Cafe in Beverly, MA seasonally where I met Living Light chef Sam Romano, who was the mastermind behind many of the unbelievable desserts there. I have him to thank for those 🙂 Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions!

    1. Thanks! Yay! I’m excited too! Let me know if you have any questions about anything! I’m more than happy to help!

  2. Katie, great blog and the list of recipes looks delicious – what a variety – I like that you even break down low-fat desserts and indulging desserts – Thanks for posting 🙂

  3. Hello Beautiful! These breakfasts all look so yummy, but they would hit my pre-diabetic stomach pretty hard. What ideas do you have for a no carb, low sugar, dairy-free, egg-free, meatless breakfast? I’m trying hard to work on those without any chef training myself… 🙂

    1. Increased insulin in blood for long periods of time is caused by fat- not sugar. Especially fruit sugar. Our bodies run on carbs! Try quinoa, brown rice, or rolled oats and a little cassia cinnamon! 🙂

      1. That’s interesting. I do eat some fats mostly nuts, avocado, fish, and occasionally whole dairy products, and cheeses. (But with caution as I’m sensitive to lactose.) I do eat fruits often, but I try to start every “meal” with a vegetable. Quinoa, brown rice and oats are staples for dinner, but they are not appetizing for breakfast for me.

  4. Hi Katie, I have a dinner party Im going to Saturday and Im suppose to make an artichoke/spinach dip , but I don’t know how to substitute all the cheese to make it healthy. Any good suggestions? Or a good recipe that you might use for that dish. Thanks, Elaine

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