Athanasia came across this delicious vegan Feta cheese recipe on another vegan recipe blog (click here to view original recipe) so we wanted to try it out. We tried the original recipe and proceeded to change it a bit to our liking. This recipe is the end result and we are very happy with the result; it is inspired by the Feta used in the Greek tomato salad known as horiatiki. We wanted to try this recipe on a pizza inspired by this very salad. We had just used all our olives the day before we made this pizza but other than that it is kind of a Greek tomato salad pizza! Of course, it was my idea to add some corn on top of the pizza after it had been baked which is not traditionally in the Greek tomato salad but it was very tasty! So, here is how you can make homemade vegan Feta cheese on pizza:
We have made so many frozen treats this summer! Hey, gotta stay cool in the Greece heat, right? We won’t promise this to be the last frozen treat of the year because the weather could stay warm for another month or so. However, we will try to bring you some “real food” recipes again soon! Here we made a delicious hazelnut chocolate ice cream and we really loved it! Instead of using vegan milk for this one we chose coconut cream and I must say the end result was a nice ice cream-like texture!
Sure, in some places of the world summer is beginning to wind down but we think there is still enough time to enjoy some delicious frozen treats! Try these frozen peanut butter banana sandwiches for a quick and easy cool treat for the summer heat…
This recipe is so easy and amazing at the same time! What can I say, thank you coconut oil. Thanks to it’s incredible ability to harden at cold temperatures you can make Vegan Gluten Free Magic Shell instantly! It only takes chocolate chips, some vegan milk and the miraculous coconut oil
We both really, really love popcorn! Is there anything better than having some delicious vegan cheddar popcorn while watching a movie on a Friday night? My mom and sister both taught me how to make vegan cheddar popcorn years ago. Now I am going to tell all of you!
We were told about this vegan mozzarella recipe by our friends at Viva Las Vegans (click here for original recipe) and we had to try it. We are very, very impressed by it. It is truly a delicious vegan cheese! Athanasia just got back from her mini-vacation to Kalamata last night (don’t worry, I had some delicious lemon tofu chicken ready for her when she got home… good thing too, she was very hungry!). Needless to say, it is time to get back to posting recipes again!
First of all, we would like to apologize for our lack of posts. A little over a week ago now, my hard drive fried. With it we lost our way of posting new recipes as well as several photos of things we had made but not posted yet. We are getting back on track though! Here we have a delicious raw vegan sugar free, dairy free strawberry banana ice cream! What better than a tasty frozen treat to keep you cool this summer? Guess what else? It is very easy to make!
It has been awhile since we posted because Athanasia has been swamped with her final exams. We are sorry about that. Exams are brutal for physics students! Athanasia had this amazing idea to make zucchini burgers using some veggies and spices. I helped her come up with some of the flavor enhancements but it was her genius idea to include spearmint in them, although I had my doubts at first… she was right all along! These burgers were amazing and according to her good friend Paulina they are also low in calories! Here is how we made them:
I love cherry pies! In fact, I think I just love cherries but it takes a bit of patience to make a good cherry pie filling using a limited amount of raw cane sugar. Most cherry pies recipes I have seen over the years use so much sugar in them and I am not quite sure why. I can understand it helps shape it into more of a syrup but I just do not want to consume that much sugar. So, here is how you can make a delicious cherry pie filling using only 1 tablespoon of raw cane sugar:
Our good friend over at Viva Las Vegans introduced us to these vegan soy steaks. She also taught us how to make them as we had plenty of questions. They are very delicious and can be used in tacos, by themselves or even on a pizza! They come in many different sizes and for this recipe we will be using the smallest size. When you buy them they are basically dry and in a packaged. Here in Greece these can be found at both Botanica here in Patra and at Bamboo Vegan in Athens. I will explain to you how I make them.