Vegan Alphabet: D

D is for Dates.

Dates are the healthy vegan alternative to caramel. Blend with plant milk to make a gooey caramel, or spread nut butter on your dates for a faux candy bar.


Vegan Omelette Recipe


1 Omelette


1/3 cup chickpea flour (deep besan)

1/3 cup warm water

Tip: For extra flavor, add a sprinkle of salt, pepper, and/or any spices you desire to the mixture


Mix together chickpea flour and water with a fork or whisk in a bowl

Add and mix in any spices you desire

Pour into a hot fry pan that has been greased, and move it around to spread out on the pan

It only takes a minute or two to be fully cooked

You’ll know it’s done when the top isn’t glossy or wet

Now add any Omelette ingredients onto half of the Omelette (ex. Vegan cheese, veggies, vegan meat)

With a spatula, fold the Omelette over the filling, and remove from pan

Vegan Sweet Potato Pie Crumble Recipe


2 halves


1 medium sweet potato

2 teaspoons vegan butter

1 tablespoon coconut milk (any non dairy milk)

1 sprinkle of salt

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon


Preheat oven to 350°F

Cut sweet potato in half and place in a nonstick or greased baking dish

Poke each half once in the middle with a fork

Bake for roughly one hour until tender (fully cooked, but not mushy)

With a knife or spoon, cut and scoop out as much of the sweet potato as you can, while leaving the skin intact, and place in a bowl

Mash together with a fork the sweet potato, butter, milk, salt and cinnamon

Scoop mixture into the potato skins evenly and smooth over the tops

Make the crumble



1/4 cup rolled oats

2 teaspoons brown sugar

2 teaspoons vegan butter


With your hands, combine the oats, sugar and butter in a bowl until crumbly

Sprinkle over potato halves

Bake for 15 minutes at 350°F

Tip: For more sweetness, add 1 teaspoon of maple syrup into pie mixture, or drizzle over the top