Recipe Contest, Quesadillas, Apple Recipes, Agave

Oct. 2010: What’s New on Savvy Vegetarian?

Vegan Recipe Contest, Recipe of the Month, Best Apple Recipes, 9 Things To Know About Agave

Savor and Share Healthy Vegan Recipe Contest

Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Living

Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life, is holding a recipe contest, and Savvy Vegetarian is one of the judges.  So are Mollie Katzen and Martha Rose Shulman – we’re in good company!

Anyone may enter an original, healthy, vegan recipe. See Savor Recipe Contest Rules

Prizes: Winning entry published on Savvy Vegetarian Recipes, limited edition Savor tote bags, hardcover copies of ‘Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life’ cookbook.

Browse other recipes and vote for your favorites on the Savor Facebook Wall. Enter and Vote

Recipe Of The Month: Black Bean Quesadillas

Black Bean Quesadilla
Want to know how to get your kids to eat beans? Black bean quesadillas are easy to make, kids love them, and they’re packed with nutrition.This is a satisfying vegetarian recipe to serve when you’re busy or tired and the kids are hungry right now! You can have this quesadilla recipe on the table in 20 minutes! And pack the left-overs for lunch.

Ease Into Fall With Our Best Apple Recipes:

Apple Crisp
Apple Crisp: What kind of apples should you use?
Some people like very tart apples like Granny Smith or Macintosh, others prefer the mellow sweetness of Golden Delicious. For us, Gala apples are just right. We also like to leave the peel on, and add just a tiny bit of sugar – but each to his own apple crisp!

Apple Muffins

Apple Muffins: This mouth-watering vegan muffin recipe, with the classic cinnamon apple combination, is loved by all, a favorite at brunches, for snacks, or for a quick dessert. They freeze extremely well, if there are any left to freeze! Better make a double batch.

Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce: It’s always wise to make lots of applesauce and hide it from your family and friends, because it’s addictive. Warning: Applesauce tends to disappear before you can use it in muffins or cakes.

Agave, Good or Bad? 9 Things to Know About Agave Syrup

Blue Agave Nectar
Whether you’re an agave fan, or you’re leery because it’s “controversial”, and you don’t know who to believe, agave syrup is here to stay, as a low glycemic, vegan, sometimes raw alternative to honey or other sweeteners.

The “agave controversy” limps on, but the only thing we need to worry about is agave syrup becoming so popular that blue agave becomes an endangered species.

Read Agave, Good or Bad? Recently Discovered Truths About Agave Syrup

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