Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip CookiesThese delicious Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are moist and delicious. It’s impossible to eat just one. They disappear in handfuls.

If you’re like me and you love pumpkin, these really hit the spot. While pumpkin is traditionally a fall/holiday ingredient, there’s nothing stopping you from eating pumpkin all year long.

Amelia is the baker in the house, so I beg and plead with her to make delicious pumpkin recipes all the time. I’m sure she’s sick of pumpkin by now, but I’ve loved it all my life and don’t need an excuse to eat it.

A perfect day for me is capped off with a couple of these amazing Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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Vegan Cranberry Sauce

Vegan Cranberry SauceYou don’t need turkey to enjoy this delicious vegan cranberry sauce. It’s the prefect companion for your vegan holiday meals, especially our Vegan Wellington or a Gardein Holiday Roast.

By cooking fresh cranberries with Granny Smith apples, orange juice, orange zest and lots of sugar, you get a deliciously tart and sweet vegan cranberry sauce. Your tastebuds will dance with excitement and your family will know it can’t possibly be from a can.

You may be tempted to add more liquid to the sauce when you first add the cranberries, but resist the urge. The cranberries are full of juice that will be released when they pop.

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Vegan White Bean Chili

Vegan White Bean ChiliMy mom made this vegan white bean chili for Amelia and me when we went to visit. After a long drive from Denver to Kansas City, it was nice to have a hot vegan meal waiting for us. And it was delicious, too! It was even better as leftovers!

Mom slow cooked this in her crockpot for 10 hours, but you could just as easily cook this on the stove for an hour if you’re in a hurry.

With 151 calories, 6g protein and 5g of fiber, you can’t go wrong with this delicious vegan white bean chili.

Check out our more traditional Vegan Chili for a “meatier” tomato based version.

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