Connie Edwards McGaughy
Connis is the creator of the blog The Carrot Underground. Her main focus is providing simple and delectable recipes, along with inspiration for getting the most out of the vegan lifestyle. Connie’s vegan journey was prompted by her love for animals. She shares a variety of recipes, great for all reasons and seasons.
Kristi — Vegan Mom Blogger
Also known as the Vegan Mom Blogger, Kristi created her blog as a guide to anyone participating or interested in veganism. Aside from recipes, she shares advice on raising vegan children, animal rights resources, guides to transitioning into being vegan, vegan food travel guides, home and garden tips, DIY ideas, and more. She’s even authored several vegan children’s books, such as “The Vegan Alphabet Book”.
Cindy had a sort of rough transition into veganism. She wanted to help her children develop good health habits while they were still young, and the vegan diet was one way to go about that. She eventually found a way to make plant-based versions of her family’s favorite dishes, and now she aims to help others do the same. Aside from recipes, she offers guidance on meal prepping and other kitchen hacks.
Andrew Olson — One Ingredient Chef
Also known as the One Ingredient Chef, Andrew started his vegan journey shortly after re-discovering the impact of cooking and eating food made with fresh, whole ingredients. His one-ingredient diet style encourages the use of whole foods to avoid the chemical processing that a lot of food gets. His recipes promote good health and good taste.
Elke is all about vegan food and products that enable a sustainable lifestyle. Her blog, GoHerbie, includes vegan recipes, product recommendations, reviews and inspiration for cultivating a positive mindset. She provides plant-based recipes for foods like waffles and ice cream.
Caitlin — From My Bowl
From My Bowl is Caitlin’s blog where she shares her signature easy-to-make, budget-friendly vegan recipes. Most of them exclude oil, gluten and refined sugars. She decided to create her own in college after experiencing difficulties searching online for easy and inexpensive vegan recipes. Some of them include baked pumpkin mac and cheese, vegan “beef” and broccoli, and double chocolate no-knead bread.
Nisha discovered her love for cooking at 14 years old. She often enjoyed discovering what the cookbooks at her local Barnes & Nobles had to offer. She went on to take a cooking class in college and eventually became vegan after graduating. She was then offered an opportunity to write and publish her cookbook and gladly accepted. So now, in addition to her cookbook, she has her blog where she posts recipes, some of which are Instant Pot-friendly, and cooking tips.