Peace Love Horses

Peace Love Horses Bonfire Campaign Sample Trio.

Hello there! Here’s your ticket to fashion fun and a way to show your love for horses.Peace Love Horses artwork. Bonfire campaign.Today Wednesday, August 8, 2018, we are launching our Peace Love Horses apparel campaign at Bonfire.

We have premium adult and youth tees, unisex tanks and sweatshirts. There’s black, white, dark blue and a delicious steely gray. Very sharp. Take a look.

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Limited time offer. Get them while they’re hot, and they are hot. 

Terrific for back to school. And a super time to shop for a really lovely gift for that someone special.

Go here to get yours! »

Please help spread the word too. Thank you.

Patsy talks popsicles

It’s summer. Hot and sticky in our hemisphere. Houston is a veritable steam bath! But then . . . . you know.

How about something totally cool then — like popsicles? Yessss!

I love popsicles, don’t you? I especially love making popsicles. Vegan ones. Naturally!

Recipes

We have loads of vegan popsicle recipes here on Tuesday’s Horse.

Go here for all vegan popsicle recipes search results »

Or by individual posts below:

Patriotic Popsicles. One Green Planet.
Patriotic Popsicles. Click image for recipe. Image: One Green Planet.

• Source: https://tuesdayshorse.wordpress.com/2017/06/05/8-totally-cool-and-tasty-recipes-for-homemade-vegan-popsicles/ »


Vegan Chai Popsicles. Click image for recipe here on Tuesday's Horse. Image source: Unknown.
Vegan Chai Popsicles. Click image for recipe. Image source: Unknown.

• Source: https://tuesdayshorse.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/cool-off-vegan-style-with-these-creamy-chai-coconut-popsicles/ »


Watermelon Kiwi vegan popsicles. By Well Vegan.
Vegan watermelon popsicles (and more). Click image for recipe. Image Source: Well Vegan.

https://tuesdayshorse.wordpress.com/2016/08/03/its-national-watermelon-day-lets-have-some-tasty-vegan-fun/ »


Blackberry Coconut Popsicles. Source image.
Vegan Blackberry Coconut Popsicles. Click for recipe. Source image.

https://tuesdayshorse.wordpress.com/2015/05/11/blackberry-coconut-lime-strawberry-lime-yogurt-popsicle-recipes/ »


Help the Planet!

Click to shop The Horse Fund at Zazzle.com. Zazzle image of custom design paper straws.
Click to shop The Horse Fund at Zazzle.com. Zazzle image of custom design paper straws.

We can help the planet too by using paper straws instead of something plastic.

Buy artisan paper straws on Zazzle via our Gift Shop link and make money for horses with your purchase »

When you get a chance, take a look here at all the darling ways to use paper straws and repurpose plastic ones. You will be charmed at the super cute ideas people have come up with for kids parties and more.

Thanks horse lovers!

Vegan Ambrosia Salad

Ambrosia. Image by Foodista.
Ambrosia salad. Image by Foodista.

Hey it’s Patsy, your friendly veganizer and horse lover.

We love ambrosia salad and wondered if you could veganize it. You can pretty much veganize anything but some things are easier than others.

What Vivian personally loves about this recipe is that it has Dandies marshmallows in it. Dandies marshmallows are vegan and you can get them at Amazon in all sizes.

With a quick search I found a veganized recipe for ambrosia salad already done for us by Veg Girl RD. With Dandies no less.

That was easy!

Dandies Vegan Marshmallows. Amazon image.
Dandies Vegan Marshmallows. Amazon image. Click to shop.

Vegan Ambrosia Salad

Ingredients

• 1 cup red or green seedless grapes
• 1 cup mandarin orange segments (from 3 to 4 fresh mandarin, satsuma or clementine oranges, peeled and segmented; or one 15-oz. can of mandarin oranges, drained)
• 1 cup canned red tart cherries in water, drained
• 1¼ cups fresh pineapple, chopped (about ¼ of a pineapple)
• 1 cup large flake unsweetened coconut
• 1 cup vegan mini marshmallows, or regular-sized vegan marshmallows cut into sixths (it takes about 10 regular-sized mallows to make 1 cup once they’re cut up)
• 13.5-fluid ounce can full fat coconut milk, refrigerated (you’ll only be using the solid part that separates out when it’s chilled)
• 6 tablespoons powdered sugar
• Seeds from 1 scraped vanilla bean or ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

Instructions

Put a medium-sized mixing bowl in the freezer to chill for 5 minutes.

In a large bowl, combine grapes, orange segments, cherries, pineapple, coconut and marshmallows. If you’re cutting up the larger marshmallows, kitchen shears work great. I cut the mallows directly over the bowl of fruit and stir them in after each few. This helps coat the pieces in fruit juice and reduce the stick-to-each-other factor. I also washed the shears halfway through the process which made for easier and less sticky cutting.

Remove chilled bowl from the freezer. Turn the can of coconut milk upside down and open from the bottom. Carefully pour off the cloudy liquid and set aside. Spoon the thick white solid stuff that’s left behind into your chilled bowl.

Using a hand mixer, beat for about 1 minute. Add the powdered sugar and vanilla and continue mixing for another 2 minutes until it increases in volume and looks “whipped”. (Since you’re starting with a fairly small volume, I had better luck using a hand mixer and a high-sided bowl than the wire whip attachment on my stand mixer.)

Gently fold the whipped coconut cream into the fruit mixture. Chill for 1 hour.

PK♥

Shop Dandies at Amazon »

Annual Spring Fundraiser

Horse in field of yellow flowers. Google search result. Photographer not credited..

Hello, it’s that time again. Our Annual Spring Fundraiser.

Please make a donation of $10.00 (or more) so we can spring forward with our work on behalf of horses. Spring forward…. did we just say that? Yes, we did!

We work steadily, year after year, on issues that impact the health, safety and welfare of horses in North America and around the world wherever we identify a need and feel we can help.

The Horse Fund is in its 15th year. No one does what we do. No one does it the way we do it. Or gets done what we get done.  That’s because we work across the spectrum of horse safety and protection issues wherever it takes us.

Please support us with a donation of $10.00. Right here. Right now. Thank you!

Learn more about The Horse Fund at horsefund.org.