It’s 19 days until my wedding, and I’m still not feeling quite my best. I’ve been doing boot camp about 3 days per week, I eat very healthy and drink very little (well, not including my bachelorette party), but I still feel like I need more shoves in the right direction to get me to […]
Hello, and welcome back to Dairy-Free State after a long hiatus! My first year of graduate school is under my belt (summer projects not included) and I’m happy to be back with more recipes and more projects. My hope is never to go this long again without posting, and I’m overflowing with ideas for new […]
This summer, we were lucky enough to pick up some delicious deliveries from Tree-Ripe. We bought peaches at the beginning of the summer (and made awesome recipes like Peach Pancakes and Sangria) and blueberries near the end of the summer. I took a ton of blueberries and froze them to use during the cold months.
The title of the blog is a mouthful, and so is the smoothie! I almost considered calling this blog: “The Dairy-Free State Root Canal Recipes.” I just had a root canal this morning, and am planning on not chewing for the next four days. I decided to scour my pantry and make a smoothie that fed […]
For the past couple months, we’ve been getting deliveries from Brewers Organics, an amazing local service in Milwaukee that delivers fresh organic produce and other goods to your door as frequently as once per week. I’ll probably write a whole post about them later, but for now, I wanted to talk about this week. We […]
Sometimes, small tweaks can revive an old recipe. In this case, I turned a recipe I made last summer into a slightly different recipe featuring a couple different baking ingredients. With this new year, I give you a facelift of a previous recipe: vegan cranberry pecan chocolate chip muffins.
The Polar Vortex is definitely moving back in. Well, technically, I guess it never left. That weird fog in the summer was a result of our lingering frosty friend.
I know I just posted a pancake recipe, but these were so delicious, I had to share them. We had some very ripe bananas at home, and there was a tie between banana bread and pancakes for breakfast, so I figured, why not make banana bread pancakes?
Before processing the 25 pounds of peaches a couple weekends ago, we set a few aside to make some peach pancakes. This recipe follows the same structure and instructions as the Banana Granola Pancakes, but I substituted light coconut milk for soymilk as I felt it would complement the peaches better – almost a peaches […]
At holidays when I was growing up, my mom would make a recipe called Cherries in the Snow. The recipe involved angel food cake, cream cheese, whipped cream – basically, a lot of things that I can’t eat. I decided to take her recipe and revise it, using some of the canned strawberry pie filling […]