Vegan Lasagna Mmm!!

Hi Everyone!  Another FABULOUS recipe from the friends’ night cook and share!  This one is from none other than my up-hill running, 6-pack totin’ (yes, I do mean abs), good friend Sandy 🙂  She and her husband Jack are inspirational in their dedication and discipline to healthy Vegan eating, exercise, and other areas to learn from.

This Vegan lasagna is such a treat, as one of our friends, Shelley, said the night she tried it, “Is this really Vegan??!”  It is.  And it’s great.

Here you go:

Vegan Lasagna

6 responses to “Vegan Lasagna Mmm!!

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  4. Steamed Asparagus with Almond Butter recipe 164 caeliros I’m not a very big fan of asparagus (I usually find it pretty dull), but I liked this recipe a lot. It’s a very simple, but elegant way to serve asparagus, and the toasted almonds in the butter give this a very nice taste. Steamed Asparagus with Almond Butter recipe 164 caeliros Ingredients: 2 lbs asparagus, trimmed 8 more Tags: almond, almonds, asparagus, big, boring, butter, caeliros, elegant, fan, recipe, steamed Tags: almond butter recipe, elegant fan, taste, almonds, asparagus, fan Categories: Dieting Comments are closed. Pages to Doctors Don’t Always Hit the Mark RSS feed

  5. could I ask if there is a substitute for maple syrup, sometimes it’s not readily available n our place c: please answer it I really love to try this c:On a Diet Reply:January 14th, 2009 at 10:10 amHere’s an easy substitute for maple syrup. Ingredients needed:1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed1/2 cup granulated sugar1 teaspoon maple extract (or vanilla extract)1 teaspoon butter1 cup boiling waterPlace the granulated sugar in a heavy skillet. Heat until the sugar melts and turns brown (keep the heat very low so the sugar doesn’t burn). Meanwhile, place the brown sugar into a heavy saucepan. Pour water over the brown sugar and bring to a boil (without stirring). Add the caramelized white sugar to the melted brown sugar in the saucepan. Simmer, stirring often, until the syrup has thickened. Remove from the heat, and whisk in the butter and maple/vanilla extract.This makes about 1 cup.

  6. With Spring Cleaning behind me and the dust swept from my eyes I rzeilead just how much money I can be saving by doing these little things you suggested here. It’s amazing how much money can be saved simply by turning off a light or unplugging the curling iron or mixer when you’re done. Thanks for the post! Visiting from the LBS Tea Party! Holla!

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