Fantastic Vegan Recipes for the Teen Cook: 60 Incredible Recipes You Need to Try for Good Health and a Better Planet (Paperback)
Delicious Vegan Recipes by Teens, for Teens
With her fresh, friendly voice and easy-to-follow instructions, recipe developer Elaine Skiadas shares helpful vegan cooking tips, tricks and techniques and mouthwatering recipes for showstopping vegan dishes.
Elaine’s recipes help the modern teen cook be more environmentally-conscious and develop healthy habits while also proving that easy vegan cooking doesn’t need to be bland or boring. With just a few simple techniques and a handful of quality ingredients, it’s easy as can be to whip up a restaurant-quality meal for your family and friends. Even if you’re new to cooking, you can easily make delicious Zucchini Bread Pancakes to fuel your morning or a Spinach Artichoke Quesadilla for a quick lunch or midafternoon snack. Dinnertime features exciting takes on favorite dishes like Roasted Red Pepper Pasta, Indian Butter Tofu and Butternut Mac and Cheese.
No matter your skill level or where you are on your journey with veganism, Elaine is here to make vegan cooking easy, fun and flavorful.
About the Author
Elaine Skiadas is the teenage recipe developer, food photographer and author behind the popular blog Wandering Chickpea. Her work has been featured on popular websites such as feedfeed, Vegan Bowls and Good Old Vegan. She currently attends UC Santa Barbara as a psychology and brain sciences major.
“I only wish I had this cookbook when I was a teenager. Elaine’s colorful, doable recipes and gorgeous photography will make you want to try every dish!”
— Erin Gleeson, New York Times bestselling author of The Forest Feast series
“Elaine’s recipes are simple to follow, bursting with flavor and accompanied by drool-worthy photography. This book is a must-read!”
— Kristen Stevens, creator of The Endless Meal blog
“This book will inspire teen cooks with straightforward, clear directions and the excitement we all want for making fabulous, healthy, delectable food to share.”
— Maureen Abood, author of Rose Water & Orange Blossoms