Energy Boosting HalvaLavina Sethi prepared this Energy Boosting Halva at our December 8th, 2018 Delicious Desserts cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Pomegranate, Orange, and Spinach SaladThis distinctive salad offers an inspired combination of textures and flavors.GuacamoleOur adaptation of Mexico’s most popular and versatile avocado dish can be savored as a dip, in a salad, or as a topping for tacos and tostadas.Flavorful Steamed VeggiesGaetan Charest prepared Flavorful Steamed Veggies at our October 13th, 2018 Fall Harvest cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.
Overnight Oats and Flax in a JarWith this overnight oats recipe you will have four ready-to-go servings of no-cook oatmeal, enhanced with fruit, flax, and chia seeds. Use them as a convenient way to feed a family with a staggered breakfast schedule, or enjoy one a day for four days.Banana BreadThe marvelous flavor of banana permeates this popular cake-like loaf. Spread with cream cheese, fruit butter, or nut butter for a teatime treat or to enjoy any time of the day.Mexican Corn and Avocado SaladFresh lime zest and juice lift this salad to a delightful level, and vibrant colors add to the appeal. You can use organic frozen corn if corn on the cob is out of season. Creamy Pickled “Herring”You’ll find great taste and texture in these eggplant “filets” which are marinated in a tangy cream sauce with onions. We haven’t tried a vegan version with nondairy sour cream and milk. If you do, please let us know how it turned out!CaponataThis robust Italian salad is equally enjoyable as a sandwich filling, a topping for veggie burgers, or spread on crostini as an appetizer for your next gathering.Party Cheese BallFor convenience you can make this perennial favorite the day before your event. Once plated, consider surrounding your cheese ball with pear and apple slices, hearty crackers and small toasts, and/or pretzels.Lentil PâtéThis dish is an adaptation of a traditional Middle Eastern recipe. It can be served hot or cold, as a pâté with bread or crackers, or in combination with cheese, yogurt dressing, and sprouts, tucked into a pita sandwich.Baked Stuffed MushroomsGuests will love these sizzling-hot mushrooms mounded high with our savory filling.