We’re happy to see that you weren’t too exhausted from VeganMoFo – lots of you embraced November’s lazy MiniMoFo theme! Let’s check in on what’s been cooking!
Lazy food needn’t mean junk food – check out this plate of veg, rice and chick’n! This is a lot more effort than I put in when I’m feeling lazy, so it’s extra impressive!
Vegan Raptor took Ron Swanson for a lazy Sunday brunch. Ron has really come round to veganism – he looks ready to dive into those pancakes!
MoFo regular Susan didn’t disappoint with this easy and delicious cheeseboard. Smoked sesame cheese sounds quite special, doesn’t it?!
Juli travels like every Brit – too lazy to pack a lunch, you’ve got to treat yourself to a meal deal! Fortunately Pret has plenty of options for the vegan on the go.
Clare undertook some serious research into new ready meals from Waitrose in the UK – and one of them contains chicken pieces from the Vegetarian Butcher! What a time to be alive! Check out the full review on her blog.
Angie has the right idea with this quick and easy stir fry made from whatever’s left in the fridge!
Kimchi and black bean nachos sound extremely exciting! Veganista Mama just threw these together at the last minute when she realised it was National Nachos Day – now that’s good improvising!
Kristy made a big pot of goulash for her lazy meal! This contains red lentil pasta, beefy crumbles and fire roasted tomatoes – it sounds absolutely delicious!
Amber was feeling under the weather, so she was sticking to simple, lazy dishes, like this Asian coleslaw. Doesn’t it look sensational?!
This raw veggie bowl looks so refreshing – and so easy to throw together!
Doesn’t a fancy jar make all the difference? These PB&J overnight oats could be served in a fancy cafe, but Penny knows it takes mere minutes to whip up at home – including the homemade jam!
Mrs S didn’t only make a lazy dish using whatever was in the fridge, she also invented a new meal! Introducing “linner” – when you get home and it’s too early for dinner, but far too late for lunch. We’ve all been there!
Our favourite travelling vegans threw this together on the road: a tofu egg salad with pita, pickles and pea shoots! Look at those vibrant colours!
Kira knows that lazy food isn’t just about having a hearty tempeh chilli in your freezer for emergencies, it’s also about minimising the washing up by using the same pan to heat the chilli and the quesadillas!
I can’t believe it’s still warm enough for ice lollies anywhere, but Janet’s proving me wrong by digging one of these blackberry and merlot pops out of the freezer for a lazy treat!
Jennifer’s lazy post was one that she hadn’t got round to posting for eight months! This review of Philadelphia restaurant Circles appears to be worth the wait though – just look at the pad thai!
I didn’t think anyone would manage to combine our MiniMoFo theme with Thanksgiving, but Julie proved me wrong! Her post combines a quick and easy mac’n’cheese with a hearty Thanksgiving plate. You can find out more on her blog.
There’s nothing better than a good lazy brunch, and over at HH you can read about not one but two all-vegan, all-you-can-eat buffet brunches!
Jen gives us another post-hurricane update along with a recipe for bread that’s so lazy, you can make it in your crock pot while you run around doing a million errands!
Not such a lazy month after all! Thanks to everyone who has shared a recipe or picture this month. Stay tuned for an announcement on December’s MiniMoFo theme!