I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend 🙂 After traveling for the last week, I honestly couldn’t have been more excited to get back into the kitchen creating recipes for you! I was in Miami on set with Omstars >> we partnered up to create a brand new wellness video series, “10 Steps to A Sweet Simple Vegan Life”, that will be launching late 2017/early 2018 on their platform! I shared my top 10 tips to those wishing to improve their health, making this a guide that I wish I had when I first went vegan. I poured my heart into this, and I am still so shocked that it even happened, and I will update you when it’s live! It was such an amazing opportunity and experience, and it was definitely nerve wrecking (I stuttered/jumbled up my words about a million times ?) but I figured it out in the end and I learned so much. If you have the chance to check out Omstars I would highly recommend it! It is basically a “netflix for yogis” as they say, and they share a wide variety of yoga courses, educational courses and wellness series with guest teachers just like the one I filmed! You can use “SWEETSIMPLEVEGAN” for 30 days free 🙂
And back to today’s recipe– we actually are sharing FOUR in one, check out the video above for the tutorials + see all of the printable recipes below! Chris and I put together four no-cook meal ideas that are perfect for those who don’t have access to a kitchen (throwing it back to my college years in a dorm), or even just for those who are not in the mood to cook!
Super easy & simple no cook mango & black bean tacos that are perfect for when you are in a rush or just don’t want to cook.
1 large mango, diced
3/4 can black beans, drained and rinsed
3/4 can organic corn, drained and rinsed
1 tomato, diced
1/4 cup cilantro
Chili powder, to taste
Salt & pepper, to taste
4–6 corn or almond flour tortillas
Wrap tortillas in a damp paper towel or cloth and microwave for 30 seconds to 1 minute OR heat over a stove. This is recommended as it will allow the tortillas to be more flexible and prevent breakage.
Divide the black beans, corn, tomato, and cilantro amongst the tortillas (we used 4), then sprinkle with chili powder, salt and pepper as desired. Serve immediately.
Nutrition facts takes into account corn tortillas NOT almond tortillas.
Hi, we’re Jasmine and Chris! We share fresh and fun recipes to show you that vegan cooking is easy, approachable and delicious. When we’re not blogging, you will probably find us enjoying live music, tending to our backyard garden or playing with our dogs Berry and Louie