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Green Mom’s Kitchen

Tomato Sauce

When I made tomato sauce I like adding lots of veggies to it to make it more filling and to add more nutrition. What vegetables I add all depends on what I have ready to eat in the garden, but the base is always the same: tomato, garlic, onion and …

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Weekly Menu May 13th

                Monday Broccoli Quiche               Tuesday Shakshuka             Wednesday Herb Grilled Seitan and Bulgur Salad               Thursday Butternut Squash Enchiladas Friday Pizza!!         …

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Weekly Menu May 6th

Monday           Pasta with Artichoke pesto Tuesday             Kitchari Wednesday             Tomato lentil patties  served with roasted potatoes and broccoli Friday Potluck at School Saturday         \Vegetable  and bean casserole with crumble

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Vegan Artichoke pesto

I have an artichoke plant in my garden and in all the years it’s been there it has grown and grown but never grown any actual artichoke. So instead I bought artichoke hearts already cooked at Whole Foods and made this incredible taste pesto. We ate it with quinoa pasta which …

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Healthy Plant based Cooking Class

Come learn how to cook whole-food and plant-based meals that are easy, healthy but also delicious. This class is a hands-on class that provides comprehensive, step-by-step instructions on how to transform fruits, vegetable, whole grains, and legumes into delicious healthy meals. It will cover all the important lessons needed to …

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Weekly Menu

Happy Monday everyone! We’re back home after 2 weeks in Hawaii and spring break is overLHowever, it feels so good to be back in my own kitchen eating food from our garden.  We have lots of food growing and ready for harvest so we’re working hard on adding lots of …

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Homemade Fruit Leather

By Fredrica Syren: Of all the kids’ snacks you can buy, fruit leather must the biggest rip-off because making your own is so super easy. So forget those processed, sugary fruit leathers, and say hello to juicy fruit leathers bursting with natural flavors — and that contain only fruit. As …

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Plant-Based Weekly Menu

We’re in Hawaii on the Big Island for two weeks for work and family came along. We’re staying in an Airbnb that is an eco-farm with a organic vegetable garden and a fully equipped kitchen so we can still cook most meals at home. Naturally we’re trying to eat as …

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Got Lemons?

By Kim Robson: Where I grew up, we had a prolific lemon tree in the backyard. At least once a season, I’d haul from the garage a fruit-picking contraption like this, with powerful snips at the end of a pole. The snips are activated by pulling a rope, and the …

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Our Plant-Based, family Weekly Menu

Ahhh spring break is here and two full weeks with my kiddos. This week we’re traveling so we’ll eat out more than normal therefore this week is short but sweet. Monday Traveling             Tuesday Bulgur and Bean Patties served with roasted vegetables and a fresh …

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