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Makes 10-15 large cookies Nutrient-rich, fruit-sweetened cookies with a little nut-free nutty flair are worth living for!        Ingredients: 1 15-ounce can chickpeas 1 large banana, bright yellow – no ripe spots 2½ cups old-fashioned rolled oats ⅔ cup raisins 10 large Medjool dates, pitted ¾ cup applesauce, unsweetened 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon (Saigon cinnamon preferred) […]

Makes 4 Looking for a cold, sweet, chocolatey summertime treat? Here it is! These Sweet Potato Fudgesicles are creamy and delicious, and they’re naturally sweetened with Medjool dates and baked orange sweet potatoes.  It doesn’t get any better than that! Ingredients: 1 cup baked orange sweet potato (cook ahead; see directions below) 1¼ cups plant-based […]

Makes 4 servings       Tomato sauce is good, but it is so much better when it’s loaded with lentils and lots of veggies! This delicious sauce was inspired by Dreena Burton’s book, Plant-Powered Families. It has become one of our family’s main staples for a tasty and filling meal. It’s delicious over zoodles, but […]

Makes 3 servings Many Southern families have their own versions of succotash, a hearty comfort food that is full of texture and flavor. My mom’s had a sweet and savory flair, while my husband remembers his mom’s succotash being flavored with smoked meat. My variation is the best of both worlds—sweet and savory with a […]

Makes 4 servings This delicious Brussels Sprouts Slaw is oil-, sugar-, and salt-free, making it the perfect sweet-and-savory, low-calorie-dense, nutrient-rich dish to indulge in! It’s become our go-to anytime salad and is the perfect side dish for burgers and fries. Try it on carrot dogs! Ingredients: 1 pound fresh Brussels sprouts 1 cup julienned carrots […]

Makes 6 servings Being from the South, potato salad was definitely a comfort food for me, particularly in the summertime, so I was inspired to create the perfect potato salad for my Southern tastes, but with no mayo, eggs, sugar, or salt. Whether it’s for a cookout or a side dish for dinner, this potato […]

Makes 3 servings       This French toast recipe, inspired by Dreena Burton, has very simple, whole, plant-based ingredients. It whips up in no time flat with a blender. Very ripe bananas add just the right amount of sweetness, so there is no need for added sugar! Ingredients: 9 slices whole-wheat bread (3 slices per […]

Faith Scott
Faith Scott

Faith Scott, along with her husband, Will, and their three children, love to share their passion for living a healthy, whole-food, plant-based lifestyle on their website & blog,, on their YouTube channel, and on Facebook and Instagram. Faith transitioned to a plant-based lifestyle in 2015 in an effort to lose weight. Within the first few weeks of trying plant-based recipes, her family was enjoying the food and asking for repeat meals; that was when she realized healthy living is a family affair! For the past six years, her entire family has reaped the priceless benefits of good health, energy, and vibrancy from living a plant-exclusive lifestyle. The Scott family’s message is simple, “Our health is our wealth. Let’s ‘Get2dRoot’ of obtaining and sustaining good health by eating more plants.”

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