Top 5 Richa video recipes you must make right away

Richa Hingle of Vegan Richa.

Five terrific vegan recipes from Vegan Richa including a great spaghetti using lentils and a delicious pizza dip. Plus some mega sweet treats. All video recipes. All from Insta.

I’ve made all of these now. Making my family especially crazy lately with these great eats. Do you get into those kinda grooves too? So tasty, so fun. So easy!

Turn the sound down before starting up these videos so you don’t make yourself (or someone else) jump! Wink.

First up . . . . these vegan cookie dough ice cream sandwiches melt in your mouth. Wasn’t a cookie dough anything lover until these. Too too sweet. These are just right. Use your homemade oat flour. You can blend them up in a jiffy. I’ll tell you real quick how to do that now.

HOW TO MAKE OAT FLOUR

1. Add 1 to 2 cups old-fashioned oats to a blender or food processor. Must be old-fashioned oats.
2. Place the lid on, and give it a go on high speed until the oats turn into a fine powder.
3. Transfer to an air-tight container and store for in the pantry for about 3 months.

 

Mind blowingly good.

 

Who doesn’t love a great quesadilla, huh? And you’ll get to use that cashew cheese you made here too.

 

My husband and daughter both adore this.

 

My family and friends all adore spaghetti. I have loads of different recipes, don’t you? Here’s a great one no matter how many you have.

 

I hope I have inspired you and made you happy. Have a superb weekend, and thank you for following Tuesday’s Horse and helping us defend our wonderful horses. We wouldn’t be sitting here right now, and have all that we have, without them. They helped mankind discover and shape the world.

L♥ve, P♥tsy!

Overnight oats — three delicious combos

Uncooked oats in glass jar.

First, turn your sound down or mute in case my Insta embed below starts playing!

Hey there again. When I look at Tuesday’s Horse I sometimes feel my stuff looks a bit odd, out of place, sandwiched in between all the heartbreaking stuff we write about. However, adopting a vegan lifestyle is a way to help everybody, us, the animals, the planet . . . you know. Not being preachy now!

You know all that oat milk we’ve been making? Well we’ve got something super fun to do with it. We also use (store bought) cashew milk and almond milk for this too.

Yeah, well, the Kelly’s are on a big time oatmeal kick at the moment (I’m even making my own oatmeal flour — yes!) here’s something you can do the night before so you don’t have to get up and make breakfast. Just reach in the fridge.

These overnight oats go fast, especially if my daughter has a sleepover. Here you are. From Insta.

Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They are a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits.

Check out ‘Why You Should Eat Oatmeal Every Day’ »

Grumping

I am going to do a bit of grumping, as my daughter calls it. I worship and adore all the fabulous vegan cooks and their gorgeous websites and super delicious recipes. But here’s the reason I just don’t visit their sites much anymore.

I know they have to make a living but they must be losing a hella lot of followers and visitors. You can barely scroll for all the popups and ads. After I’ve closed 3 or 4 without even beginning to reach where I am going a bunch more jump up. It makes me crazy . . . I can’t hang with it. I bail out quick like now. And I love these folks and what they do. So that’s why you’re seeing so much Insta from me now. But it’s cool, right?

Oh. Except Vegan Richa’s. She’s monetized too but at least you can move through it without getting battle fatigue.

Plugging

If you’re on Instagram give this guy a look https://www.instagram.com/all.about.that.veg/ .  His bio says he’s a 15-year-old self-taught vegan cook. Just started his account.

Going to proofread now (ha ha ha) and see how I do.

L♥tsa L♥ve, P♥tsy

Sweet vegan treats

Vegan Chunky Monkey Ice Cream. My Darling Vegan.

I didn’t get to share anything with you this week because of the July 4th holiday. But I am making up for it now with fantastic vegan sweet treats. These are our favorites from Instagram. Links to popsicle recipes here on TH at the end. You are bound to find something you’ve just got to make.

Insta Treats

Coming up there’s two you can make from here on this page. The other two you will need to visit their Instagram accounts.

Woohooooooo! Let’s do it.

• Raw Ice Cream

 

If you like Chunky Monkey Ice Cream (vegan), you’ve got to go here »

Here’s what you will need. Oh, you will need an ice cream maker. Hope this is not a big deal breaker for a lot of you. I happen to have one cause I got gifted it. I’m always saying that aren’t I? But every birthday and Christmas I get cooking & baking gadgets. Which I love. I didn’t use the ice cream maker at first, but now I use it all summer. Perhaps you’ve got one stashed you rarely if ever use. Now’s the time to bring that baby out!

Ingredients

Ice Cream Base
6 very ripe bananas
1 cup raw almond milk
1- 2 tbsp raw agave maple syrup, or coconut nectar (optional)**
1 tsp vanilla extract

Raw Chocolate
3 tbsp coconut oil melted
1/4 cup raw cacao powder
2 tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
Mix-ins
1/3 cup walnuts

US Customary – Metric

Here’s another link to the recipe »

• Cheesecake


• Raw Truffles

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as i’m running errands and starting to move into my new crib i think of how great it would be to have some #truffles in my bag to power me up • thankfully i have juice but if I were on solid food these right here would be so perfect • portable, delicious and dense • you can make them and with so many different combinations of yummy nuts and spices but this recipe with #chai looks absolutely divine • hope you’re all enjoying your weekend • image and recipe by @infusedwithtea 💚 #chaitruffles #truffle #dessert #snack #vegan #chairrecipe #sweets #guiltfreesweets #raw #rawvegan #rawveganrecipes #rawveganrecipeshare #easyrecipes #foodphotography #rawfood #rawfoodist #trufflerecipe

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• Iced Berry Donuts


My daughter and I are more and more getting into raw vegan food. It makes us feel so darn good and so very, very delicious. Especially great for summertime eating.

Enjoy. See you back here soon. Have a great rest of the weekend. Love y’all!

•  Popsicles!

:  Patsy talks popsicles »

:  8 totally cool and tasty recipes for homemade vegan popsicles »

:  Cool off vegan style with these creamy chai coconut popsicles »

:  Blackberry Coconut Lime, Strawberry Lime Yogurt Popsicle Recipes »

• Ice Cream Maker

: Ten Amazing Reasons to Dust Off Your Ice Cream Maker »

How about this from Really Simple? »

— Make Cola slushies. Set up the machine according to the manufacturer’s directions. Pour in one 12-ounce can of cola and start the machine. When a thick slush has formed (after 10 to 15 minutes), scoop it into two glasses and serve.

— Make margaritas. Pour all the ingredients except the alcohol into the ice cream maker. When the liquid has frozen, add the tequila and triple sec.

— Whip up a frozen lime rickey. Pour 6 ounces of seltzer, 1 ounce of simple syrup (made by dissolving 2 parts sugar in 1 part boiling water), and 1 ounce of lime juice into the machine. Let freeze for 15 to 20 minutes.

— Make frozen hot chocolate. Prepare instant hot chocolate according to the package directions, then pour it into the machine and freeze for about 20 minutes.

I copied the above in for you because Really Simple is one of those sites — like too many cooking sites — that are so heavily loaded with constant popups and ads it takes ages before you can make even the slightest move down the page. I know folks need to monetize but I get out of these type of sites as quickly as I can,  even if I am really, really interested in what they have going on. How about you?

Later, gators!

Updated: 6 Jul 8:16 pm CST.

Sweet things

Hey there, I have some really sweet things for you sweet things this week. I pulled them off Instagram, which you can easily view on your phone, and your laptop too!

My daughter eats this endlessly. It is yummy for sure.

Carrot cake baked oatmeal

Vegan Richa

Wait till you get a load of how quick and fun this is.

This is one of those hurry up I gotta have chocolate right now things and I don’t want it to take forever or make a big mess doing it.

Vegan Chocolate "Mug" Cake by The Vegan 8.
Vegan Chocolate “Mug” Cake by The Vegan 8.

Sometimes my daughter and I are watching T.V. together, and we both suddenly turn and look at each, burst out in one of those huge, ear to ear smiles, stare and go Mmmmmmmmm. That’s the cue. Then we jump up and run to the kitchen to make this.

Insta recipe coming up . . . ! Right here.

Vegan Chocolate Mug Cake

The Vegan 8

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VEGAN CHOCOLATE MUG CAKE with all 5🌟 blog reviews. If you check out my stories, you’ll see my baby girl making this mug cake all by herself. She literally measured it all using the scale by herself, I just watched and guided her. Starting her on those Baker skills early 😉 Mug cakes get a bad rap for either being dry and tasteless (I’ve tasted some bad ones 🤣) or soooo moist that they taste goopy and underbaked 🤮, but this one is fluffy, moist and perfect. It is hard to believe it is gluten-free, oil-free and the texture of a real cake! Truly, it is the most delicious chocolate mug cake recipe. Only 8 ingredients and ready in 5 minutes! Link to recipe in profile! https://thevegan8.com/vegan-chocolate-mug-cake-gluten-free/ #veganchocolate #chocolatecakes #vegancake #veganchef #plantprotein #veganprotein

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Up next! Some much needed decadence.

This is so sinful I am sure it will be in Hell behind thick glass where the residents can see it but not get at it ha, ha ha. They can only long for it.

Oreo Cupcake

Didn’t I tell ya?

Wacky Vegan Mixed Marriage and Child

Remember I told you I was going to talk about what it’s like to be in a mixed marriage where everybody has all sorts of ways they think is right to eat and cook, and what it’s like to try to live and let live with that. It is doable because we did it . . . um, are doing it.

I did start writing it up, but I was called at the last minute to do a course for work when someone suddenly dropped out and a space opened up for me.

But I have started it. It’s got some fun moments, to me anyway, but is serious too. Diet is everything. You gotta eat but what are you going to eat, and what difference does it makes? Depends on whose perspective you are looking out from, right?

I think you’ll like it.

Hugs P@tsy