Enjoy some of our favorite sample Sporkie recipes!
This recipe is pretty quick to put together and a lot of fun to eat, because it is a little messy. You can try serving these shortcakes with a spork and knife, but they should be considered finger food. If it's too hot outside to bake the biscuits, serving the whipped cream and berries as dessert ain't half bad either. And just a little word of warning: These shortcakes may look cute and innocent, but they're addictive.
For all of our gluten-free friends - know that there is a muffin out there with all of the moist and delish qualities of a gluten-y one! This muffin is great for breakfast, or a midnight snack - especially when served with a cold glass of almond milk.
This mac ’n’ cheese is one of our most popular dishes! It goes over well with everyone, not only vegans, and has even converted a few non-vegans on the spot. For a really cute presentation, bake it in individual, brightly colored ramekins, and give each of your guests their own scoop of heaven.
If you’re in the mood to make a dish that is really satisfying and super simple, make these! The combination of adzuki beans and brown rice creates a complete protein. If you eat these as a snack, or as part of your meal, you will feel balanced and energized. This is one of Heather’s favorite recipes, so when you make them in your kitchen, she’ll be there — just let her know what time!
These little morsels can be eaten as a side dish, or make a perfect appie for a party! They are quick to whip up and the crème fraîche can be used to finish off a wide variety of dishes, including anything from roasted potatoes to a creamy tomato soup.
These light lemon ginger beauties are crunchy on the outside, and soft and moist in the middle! Because of ingredients like almond milk and non-dairy butter, they're a much lighter version of their hefty counterparts.
Photography by Patrick M. Gookin II, www.patrickmgookin.com