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What I eat in a day as a healthy plant-based vegan who LOVES to eat well but also no interest in bland, boring, or time consuming food. If you can relate, these easy recipes are for you! Eat well, nourish your body, treat yourself, and have fun doing it – that’s my philosophy :)

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↠ Berry Compote:
1 handful of blueberries, fresh or frozen
1 handful of raspberries, fresh or frozen
the juice of half of an orange
1 tbsp maple syrup (optional)

Note: the oatmeal I made in this video was cooked with almond milk and had apples, cinnamon, and raisins in it. SO good, especially with the berries on top. You can sprinkle on a little granola too if you really want it to taste like pie :)

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↠ Peace and Parsnips Corn Bread recipe:

150g rough corn meal
150 g whole wheat flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp nutritional yeast
1 tsp red pepper flakes
250 ml soy or almond milk
1 tbsp brown rice syrup or other sweetener
90g sweet corn

↠ My Modified Version:

2/3 cup cornmeal
2/3 cup spelt flour
1 tp salt
2 tsp chili flakes
2 tsp baking powder

Mix dry ingredients in a bowl until well combined.

1 cup unsweetened almond milk
3 tbsp agave

Add to dry ingredients and mix very very well. If you have a hand mixer, mix for about 1 minute on high speed. This will add air to the batter and make it lighter and fluffier.

Then stir in 1/3 cup corn and transfer to a parchment paper lined loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or until the center is cooked through :)

My version is slightly sweeter and more fluffy because of the mixing and the first time I made the mistake of adding the corn in with the wet ingredients and not folding it in at the end, which made for a less fluffy cornbread too.

Both recipes are good! Let me know what you think and which one you try first :)

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↠ My Lower Oil Version

1.5 cups chopped potatoes, cut small
1 tbsp curry powder
3-4 grinds of salt and pepper

1 cup cooked quinoa
1 can chickpeas rinsed and drained
1 tbsp tamari
2 tsp curry powder

2/3 cup cashew, soaked
1 small Serrano pepper, deseeded if desired
1 inch piece of ginger, peeled
2-3 cloves of garlic

2 generous tbsp tomato paste
coconut oil

Cook potatoes and quinoa in separate pots until the potatoes are fork tender and the quinoa is fluffy. Let cool.

In the mean time, rinse and drain a can of chickpeas. Transfer to a baking pan and season with tamari and curry powder. Roast at 375 for about 15 minutes.

While those things cook, add soaked cashews, serrano, ginger, and garlic to a food processor and pulse until very fine.

Then drain the potatoes and mash with curry powder, salt, and pepper. Add a few splashes of water to make into an almost smooth mashed potato consistency.

Then add quinoa, cashew mixture, chickpeas, and tomato paste, and mash until well combined but still slightly chunky.

Scoop out mixture using a a large ice cream scoop or 1/3 cup measuring cup like I did to make sure they’re all the same size.

Flatten them with your fingers to form patties and drizzle with melted coconut oil.

Bake at 375 for about 30-40 minutes until golden brown and crispy on the outside.

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Trail Science says:

Super pretty..gosh…

Richard hoelscher says:

What I ate today

Chicken n rice
With ice tea
Watched gunsmoke and Andy Griffith show


Beef tamales
Ice tea


Watched MiB

Still using same Styrofoam cup

Y&S FOOD! says:

Superb video recording! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we really like to discover this kind of content. We make Travel & Food videos as well, all around the world, and we are habitually searching inspirations as well as approaches. Thank You.

Ida Walsh says:

Where would I find the "description box"?

Ida Walsh says:

Hi Nikki, where are the ingredients for the corn bread?

Anna says:

Everything look so delicious😍😍😍

Shishi says:

I’ve been loving everything on your channel! I love that you offer a variety of meals, such as meals that come together quickly, and also more indulgent gourmet meals 😊

Chelsea Elle says:

Love these ideas! You should try the Zero Waste Challenge 🙊😁

Lisa Le says:

Hi Nikki!! I loved the video! You're really inspiring <3.
Can you please add the recipe for your pickled red onions, please? I can't find it in the box. 😮 Thanks and warm greets from Germany c:

sunny lanes says:

Omg! The dinner you had looks so good!

Shan lil says:

Have you ever had Romesco sauce? It's SO GOOD! I've been playing around with recipes since tomatoes are in season. I've been making it as a pasta sauce but where I work we sometimes have it seasonally on bruschetta with spicy roasted cauliflower and corn – topped with fresh basil! So so good.

Plant Powered Chelsea says:

Your dinner looks so beautiful!!

M M says:

Thanks for the fruit topping suggestion! Totally doing that tomorrow :) I always just plop the frozen berries on my oatmeal LOL

Kato Aerts says:

I'm loving the autumn weekend vibe! 😍🍁🍄🍂

Hailee Roberts says:

love your videos! xo

patty 8873 says:

I just want to mention that the Peace and Parsnips cookbook is on Amazon for 16 dollars. Your link is to Walmart where it is 29 dollars.

Deborah Mac says:

Beautiful food , lovely way to spend the day. Everything was so rejuvenating.

Janet Icepetals says:

Fantastic video

Judith Loue says:

I love all of these recipes (did someone mention corn bread?) but those burgers!!! just reading the list of ingredients and seasonings, I know I'll be making them this fall & winter….Thank you for sharing.

Hannah Riddle says:

What a great video!!! I do the same exact thing with tweaking recipes… I don’t think I’ve ever NOT changed something! 👩🏼‍🍳 your dinner you made looked amazing!!!! 🤤🤤 I’m going to have to try that out!

jholmie says:

this looks like such a nice cozy day! with lots of yummy food!

Lia Curry says:

Curious where you got your shirt?

Richard hoelscher says:

Poured ice tea in my used Styrofoam cup
Watched the searcher cause I had to see john Wayne

Drink more tea thru day in my Styrofoam cup

Watched an Audie Murphy western

That evening

Went to town

Had seafood buffet
Crab salad
Jello salad
Fried catfish
Fried oysters
Fried shrimp
Fried stuffed shrimp
BBQ crab

Coconut cream pie with a coke


Got up

Poured some ice tea in Styrofoam cup

Watched Shane

Went to town n store

Green onions

Started it slow cooking about noon


God n bad n ugly
Green berets

Ate some Indian corn candy meant to get candy corn
Than about 8
My gumbo
Was ready

Boiled some rice

And had some nice warm gumbo
Ice tea in my used Styrofoam cup

Evolution of Masha says:

Nikki. I absolutely love your WIA videos! They are so soothing to watch. I can definitely feel the Fall vibe now!

Mud Sock Girl says:

Gr8 video, I always like what I eat videos. I have been craving chicken salad, but since I am vegan that is not an option. I saw a video you did recently on a mock tuna salad that was a similar variation and I thought you'd be the perfect person to ask. Do you think mashing some chick peas with some pickle relish, salt&pepper, and a little poultry seasoning would satisfy? Would you suggest anything else to add or modify to some chick'un salad? The healthier the better; p.s. I do not care for mayo so I'd like to leave that out,. and I would love to put it on some very crispy Ezekiel toast. I am trying to avoid using the faux meats in recipes and you seem to always manage to make your food without them. Thanks so much for the inspiration–much appreciated!! 😉

LifewithLindsey says:

LOVE this nikki!!

M Yt says:

Everything looks so delicious!!

Gillian Koh says:

Loved this video!! It was exactly what I was feeling, something comforting :) Everything looked so delicious and beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing! xx

Julie Z says:

Wow!You did yourself proud.

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