DIY Vegan Savory Egg Mix Recipe PLUS a giveaway!

by JL Fields on October 15, 2015

Two very dear friends of mine, Nicole Axworthy and Lisa Pitman, have created a gorgeous book that will be released at the end of the month: DIY Vegan: More Than 100 Easy Recipes to Create an Awesome Plant-based Pantry

DIY Vegan cover

Thanks to Lisa and Nicole, and their publisher, I am sharing their Savory Egg Mix recipe today (vegan, natch!) and offering you a chance to win to a copy of this super-helpful and delightfully delicious book (below). Oh, and you’re probably going to want to enter this spectacular book tour giveaway, too:

Authors Nicole and Lisa want to share two of their most-loved kitchen appliances with you! Use the box below to enter to win a Blendtec blender or Breville food processor. The giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian residents* only and will run until 12:00 a.m. EST on December 9, 2015. One U.S. and one Canadian winner will be chosen. Good luck!

Prize One: Blendtec Designer 725 Series Blender ($650 value) is a sleek, top-of-the-line kitchen appliance that will meet all your blending needs! Features SmartBlend technology, multi-speed pulse, and a 100-speed touch slider for precision control. *Shipping qualification apply. One US resident will be chosen randomly through Rafflecopter.

Prize Two: Breville Sous Chef 12 Plus Food Processor ($500 value) boasts power and versatility in a more compact size! This 12-cup food processor comes fully equipped with an additional accessory kit to simplify a wide range of kitchen tasks. *Shipping qualifications apply. One Canadian resident will be chosen randomly through Rafflecopter.

Click this image to enter:


And now, here’s the Savory Egg Mix recipe + a chance to win a copy of this new book!

Savory Egg Mix | DIY Vegan

PHOTO: Nicole Axworthy


Want your own copy of DIY Vegan? Enter here!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck!

  • ashley k

    My favorite vegan DIY is making fresh nut/seed milks at the start of each week. They’re the base for so many other recipes, as well as being somych yummier & healthier than packaged!

  • Samantha

    My favorite vegan diy is pumpkin seed milk. I make this multiple times a week. So good and cheaper than almonds 🙂

  • Melissa

    I live alone, but whenever I make a soup or spaghetti sauce, I make enough for an army, and freeze most of it in individual portions.

  • Barbara Long

    Great useful recipe in time for the holidays

  • john hutchens

    My vegan tip is to visit the farmers market when available for fresh fruits and vegetables, be sure to freeze or can some for winter.

  • Jen Ford

    This book looks great! My favorite tip is to roast a variety of vegetables at the start of the week. It makes it really easy to throw together salads or bowls!

  • Sherry

    I like to make my own vegan butter substitute. The recipe makes a lot and it keeps in the freezer. Next DIY I would like to try is broth. I make soy or almond milk each week, too.

  • joann

    my easy vegan tip is you can make nut/ seed milks using the butters and water. No need to soak nuts!

  • Jacky

    Cashew milk!

  • ammauceri

    Making my own beans! I know it seems simple but it stretches the dollar and they are so versatile. 🙂

  • Ann

    I buy ripe avocados when they are in season, then peel, halve and freeze them. Then I have them available for sauces and guacamole throughout the year. Loooove my avocados!

  • Angela

    My favorite vegan DIY is making my own quick cheesy pasta sauce in one bowl! While the pasta is cooking, I put a little Earth Balance, a drizzle of olive oil, a sprinkle of garlic powder, a tiny splash of apple cider vinegar, just a little white miso, a good amount of tapioca starch, and plenty of dried parsley and mix it up until it’s a nice, thick paste. When the pasta is done, I pour a little of the pasta cooking water over the top, drain the rest of the pasta, and add it back in with plenty of nutritional yeast and soy milk and mix it all up. Perfect cheesy pasta every time! 🙂

  • What everyday staples do you prefer to make yourself? Well, I have been into making my own raw vegan parmesan lately! Evening Tonics is another one. And I can’t go too many days without making a dip or sauce myself!

  • Justine Sanford

    Yum! My favourite DIY vegan trick is coconut yogurt. So good with Nature’s Path coconut chia granola on top!

  • dempseyk

    1) Make your own mayo – there are loads of recipes online – using either silken tofu or cashews and 2) make your own burgers and loaves using beans (black, white or red kidney) or lentils with a binder such as oatmeal, flax, bread crumbs. Again, there are loads of recipes online if you don’t use cookbooks.

  • Rebecca P.

    Always make a fresh batch of homemade hummus! I cook dried beans in the rice cooker and then just blend it up and go crazy with flavors!

  • Gillian Moynihan

    My favorite DIY tip is an oldie but a goodie: batch cooking! Weekend batch/bulk cooking sets you up so easily for the rest of the week. Today I’m making a double batch of a mushroom farro soup.

  • owsla

    Make enough for leftovers!

  • Jeff Watts

    I definitely think bulk cooking is a great way to save time and money. I rarely make less than a double batch of a recipe if I know I like it.

  • Tanya Victoria

    My vegan DIY tip is baking with unsweetened almond milk

  • Maggie Cheung

    I love making my own soybean milk drinks!!

  • Rachel Shaffer

    I love making ranch dip!

  • cezovski

    I make Coconut Whipped Cream with a chilled can of coconut milk

  • Evolotus PR

    Making my own seitan was life-changing.

  • Kathleen

    It’s not a fancy DIY, but I prefer to buy dried beans in bulk and cook them rather than buy canned beans. Much cheaper, and I don’t have to worry about anything leaching into the beans from the can!

  • The Homicidal Homemaker

    My favorite vegan staples to make are vegan cheese and condiments, though I’d have much better results if I owned a better blender.

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