Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

We all need a little carbo in our lives from time to time.  Silvia’s Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes provide the perfect savory carby treat to get you through cold days.  It will warm you up, make your taste buds happy and give you a good dose of protein alongside your healthy carbs!

Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

Even though they are carbs, potatoes are still a great source nutrition, they provide protein, healthy carbs and are a good source of fiber.  Plus they taste wonderful and leave you feeling full and satisfied at the end of a meal. Try it as the base to your next veggie bowl!

Tofu mixed with guacamole is probably one of our favorite combinations.  You get a deliciously creamy combination that livens up the taste of a potato and gives you a good dose of healthy fats and protein.  We reference that word quite a bit but, for vegans and vegetarians, protein is hard to come by so when we have a good way to get a lot of it, we want to tell you!!

This recipe is quick and easy to make.  It reheats beautifully, which makes taking it for a midday snack at work a real treat!  Give it a try for dinner tonight and let us know how you like it!

Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

Enjoy Vegan Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes for a savory addition to your meal that is sure to warm you up on cold nights!


4 large potatoes, peeled and sliced
2 tbsp olive oil
3 garlic cloves, minced
2 tbsp parsley, chopped
Red pepper flakes


Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Slice potatoes in half of quarts. Place in a large bowl and add olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, parsley. Toss until coated. Spread potatoes out on a baking sheet and roast for 45 minutes or until crisp. Flip once or twice while it’s cooking. Remove from oven, add fresh parsley and red pepper flakes. Serve with Toby’s Lite Tofu and guacamole.


Christmas Pinwheel Wrap

Christmas Pinwheel Wrap

You know when you’re hungry, festive, and still want to be healthy? If you can relate, this Christmas Pinwheel wrap is for you.

But seriously, this is the cutest wrap we’ve ever seen! It deserves its own recipe page because its just so festive. Thanks to Silvia for the amazing photo, creativity, and this beautiful Christmas Pinwheel Wrap.

Have it for lunch and be the envy of all your coworkers. Pack it for your kiddos and they’ll have the most festive lunch in the cafeteria. We promise!

Christmas Pinwheel Wrap

First up, chop and slice all the delicious veggies packed into this wrap. Then, lay out your tortillas (you could use spinach tortillas here to really make it green!) and spread your selected Toby’s Tofu Spread generously. Next, add half the veggie ingredients on to one tortilla. Roll and slice. Repeat for second tortilla.

Garnish with remaining veggies – Cabbage for the trunk and star, cut outs of peppers for the festive lights!

Christmas Pinwheel Wrap

Get festive and stay healthy with this Christmas Pinwheel Wrap. It’s a vegan wrap, arranged as a Christmas tree and decorated with veggie ornaments. Of course, the Christmas arrangement is optional and you’d still have a delicious wrap. It’s just not as fun that way!


  • 2 large tortilla wraps
  • ¾ cup shredded red cabbage
  • ½ red bell pepper, sliced thin
  • ½ cup Toby’s Lite Tofu
  • ¼ cup shredded carrots
  • Handful of fresh spinach
  • 1 tbsp sesame seeds  


  1. Spread Toby’s Tofu Spread & Dip on each tortilla.
  2. Add about half of the rest of the ingredients to each tortilla, roll up and slice into ¾” pieces.
  3. Do the same for the second wrap and place on a plate, in the shape of a tree. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve. Enjoy!

Christmas Pinwheel Wrap


Toby’s Cucumber Rolls

We’ve tried making cucumber rolls before, and they always come out delicious, but nothing really special or worth sharing with you. That is, of course, until our friend Silvia steps in and takes them to the next level! These cucumber rolls, photo & recipe by our friend Silvia, are the perfect example of an easy appetizer that looks beautiful, tastes amazing, and is super easy.

And, now that she pulled them together so beautifully, I can finally see what the big difference was (besides her magically Silvia touch). The toothpicks! Opt for fancy spears, and your wraps well easily come together like this.

The herb garnishes make a big difference too. Toby’s Lite Tofu Spread paired with dill and pepper – plus the crunch of a cucumber – is nothing less than a crowd pleaser and enhances the taste of the already delicious tofu spread!

Cucumber Rolls

These cucumber rolls are easy to put together, and an easy vegan, crowd-pleasing appetizer.


  • 1 English Cucumber
  • ¾ cup Toby’s Lite Tofu
  • Handful of dill, chopped
  • Pinch of black pepper


  1. Use a potato or vegetable peeler to shave long, thin slices. Place slices on a paper towel to remove moisture.
  2. Spread a layer of Toby’s Tofu, about 1 tbsp, on a slice along with some dill. Roll up and secure with a toothpick. Do the same to the rest of the slices.
  3. Place on a plate, sprinkle with pepper and serve. Enjoy!


Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Pomegranates are in season from fall through the winter, perfect for the holidays, so deep in color, delightfully tart, and perfectly crisp yet juicy. And, if there’s one thing we’ve learned from Silvia recently: pomegranates are the new essential holiday ingredient. They just scream December!

We love crostinis as appetizers. They’re the perfect canapé – crunchy, bite-sized, and tasty. For the holidays, they’re easy to make. They don’t take any room up in the oven (unless that’s how you toast them), and they’re easily transportable. Plus, you get the benefit of looking like you slaved away over these little beauties when really it’s just a fancy mini, open-faced sandwich. They don’t even need to be served warm!

Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Silvia is at it again. These Avocado and Tofu Crostinis we just can’t stop drooling over! So, even better, these crostinis are vegan.

Take a half french baguette and slice into pieces. Toast your pieces of bread until just slightly browned. For each piece of toast, generously spread Toby’s Lite Tofu Spread & Dip and top with a slice of avocado. Repeat for each piece of toast. Arrange on parchment paper or a cutting board. Sprinkle your pomegranate seeds and chopped chives on the baguette slices. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar and olive oil.

And seriously, that’s all!

Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Recipe by: Silvia at The Tiny Avocado

Avocado. Tofu. Crostini. It’s seriously a dream canapé, perfect for the holidays. The pomegranate seeds just take this to another level, drizzled with balsamic… We’re just never going to be able to do better than this! YUM. Silvia wins the award for best everything. Always. Yum.


  • ½ french baguette, sliced
  • ½ cup Toby’s Lite Tofu
  • ½ avocado
  • 2 tbsp pomegranate seeds
  • 1 tbsp chives, chopped
  • Drizzle of balsamic vinegar


  1. Toast bread until slightly browned. Top with Toby’s Tofu, avocado, pomegranate seeds and chives. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar. Serve. Enjoy!

Avocado and Tofu Crostini

Cranberry Almond and Kale Salad

Cranberry Almond and Kale Salad

This cranberry almond and kale salad exudes wintertime deliciousness. Crisp kale, tart cranberries, crunchy almonds all go into making this salad irresistible. Add Toby’s Tofu Spread for a bit of protein to hold you over. Plus, pomegranate seeds, lemon juice, olive oil and garlic as light dressing. Silvia has done it again – blowing us away with her yummy creations.

It’s perfect for literally anything – serving at holiday parties, bringing to potlucks, or just to chow down on for lunch or dinner.

Cranberry Almond and Kale Salad


  • 1 bunch kale, chopped
  • 2 tbsp green onion, chopped
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • ½ cup cranberries
  • ¼ cup sliced almonds
  • ¼ cup pomegranate seeds
  • ⅓ cup Toby’s Lite Tofu
  • Pinch of salt and black pepper


  1. Mix all ingredients but Toby’s Tofu in a large bowl. Toss until combined.
  2. Add tofu on top and sprinkle with black pepper. Enjoy!

Cranberry Almond and Kale Salad

Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms - easy & perfect for the holidays! #FallingForTobys

Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms

These Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms, made with Toby’s Tofu Spreads, are easy to make, delicious, and perfect for the holidays! Join in with your creations: #FallingForTobys

Our friend Silvia made these Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms with Spinach, Toby’s Lite Tofu Spread & Dip topped with whole wheat breadcrumbs. Get the full recipe below or here on Silvia’s blog: These are a perfect side dish for any Vegan Thanksgiving, fall spread, or potlucks. We tried something similar last year for a Game Day watch party.  They were delicious, but we’ve definitely been out-done (once again) by the amazing Silvia!

Be sure to follow Silvia on Instagram for even more delicious vegan inspiration. You can find us on Instagram and more recipes on Pinterest, too.

Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms

These Vegan Mushrooms were created as part of our #FallingForTobys giveaway & contest happening now. It’s the perfect way to test out Thanksgiving goodies before the holiday – we all know we’ll want it to be perfect for the big day!



  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 8 mushrooms
  • ¾ cup Toby’s Lite Tofu Spread & Dip
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1 tsp paprika powder
  • ¼ tsp cayenne powder
  • 1.5 cups packed fresh spinach, chopped
  • 2 tbsp whole wheat bread crumbs


  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Clean mushrooms carefully under running water or with a damp paper towel. Gently break stems off. Cut off the bottom part of the stem and chop the rest very finely.
  3. In a large skillet, heat oil under medium heat. Add garlic, chopped mushroom stems, paprika and cayenne powder. Cook for 3 minutes then add tofu and spinach. Cook for another minute or until spinach is wilted.
  4. Fill each mushroom cap with the tofu mix and sprinkle with breadcrumbs.
  5. Bake for 20 minutes or until slightly browned.
  6. Remove from oven and let cook for a minute or two.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms - easy & perfect for the holidays! #FallingForTobys

Vegan Sandwich Round Up

We were just perusing all the delicious sandwiches our fans have made and decided to do this round up of our favorite Vegan  Sandwiches by our Instagram BFF Silvia. So, we thought we’d bring you some of our faves, all vegan, all made with Toby’s Tofu Spread (Lite or Lite Jalapeno).

The Oregon Vegan Dream.

We’ll start with simple because we’ll have to ease you into the amazingness that follows. Dave’s Killer Bread, Toby’s Tofu Spread, tomato, spinach, kale, cucumbers.

Simple is good: Toby's Tofu Spread, lettuce, tomato on Dave's Killer Bread

Tofu Lettuce Wrap.

If you’re looking for a bread-free snack, try this mexi-themed lettuce wrap with a base of Toby’s Lite Jalapeno, tomatoes, spices, avocado, red onion, and fresh corn. Squeeze with lime.

Toby's Lettuce Wrap with all those odds and end veggies


Yes. IT IS DESERVING OF ALL CAPS. Just look. Are you drooling yet?

“Whoever said vegan food is boring got it all wrong! Messy sandwich for lunch today ••● Dave’s killer bread, veganaise, Toby’s tofu jalapeño spread, avocado, tomato, lettuce and red onion”

The ULTIMATE Vegan sandwich.

Open Faced Tofu

Tofu Spread on toasted ciabatta with torn basil and hot sauce. Yes. Yes I think we can deal with this. Pair with a Genesis Juice? Heaven.

The Open Faced Tofu on bread. Sounds bland, but this is anything but bland.

Next Level Avocado Toast

The Open Faced Tofu meets Avocado Toast. This is their baby. TofuAvoToast with Seeds.

Taking avocado toast to the next level. Tofu Spread + Avocado Toast & sprinkle of seeds. Also - Pairs delicious with Genesis Juice.

The Messy Vegan

We’ll let Silvia do the talking on this one, too:
“Messy vegan sandwich made with Daves Killer Bread, Follow Your Heart veganaise, Field Roast chao cheese, Tofurky deli slices, lettuce, tomato and cilantro // yummmmmm!!”

The Messy Vegan Sandwich.

Tofu Double

The Tofu Double: Ciabatta roll with a grilled, thick slice of tofu on a layer of Tofu Spread, with mixed greens. Simple. Delicious. Tofu heaven.

The Tofu Double: Tofu on Tofu Spread

Easy Cinco De Mayo Recipe Ideas for Everyone

This Cinco De Mayo go further than just your standard plate of chips & salsa. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipe ideas – from tacos and taquitos to salads and nachos we’ve got easy Cinco De Mayo recipe ideas for everyone. I promise there’s something for everyone’s taste buds and diets in here!

Jalapeno Ranch Taquitos

These are a great appetizer or main course item. Usually we’re just snacking at Cinco de Mayo parties, so serve these and watch them disappear. You could get pre-made taquitos and drizzle Jalapeño Ranch on top. Or, you could make them yourself. We rolled up flour tortillas with a mixture of extra firm tofu, beans, veggies, and lots of spices inside. Topped with cheese, a cilantro lime hot sauce and some diced peppers! Pretty presentation and yummy foods.

Jalapeño Ranch tofu enchiladas!



Jalapeño Ranch Sweet Potato Tacos

These tacos are vegetarian-friendly, made with sweet potatoes and black beans. The Jalapeño Ranch Dressing is the perfect pair to liven your veggie tacos up! Get the complete how-to here.

Jalapeño Ranch Sweet Potato Tacos!


Black Bean & Corn Tacos with Jalapeño Ranch

If sweet potatoes aren’t your thing, we suggest these corn & bean tacos drizzled with our Jalapeño Ranch Dressing. I pan fried some leftover corn, black beans and onions with salt and pepper until everything was cooked through. Shredded some cabbage and added diced tomatoes. It tastes most like a fish taco, minus the fish. But, fish would make a delicious addition here, too!

Jalapeño Ranch bean & corn tacos!

Toby’s Tofu Tacos

Not into the Jalapeño Ranch? We’ve got a less-spicy option for you. Try Toby’s Original Spread instead of beans or meat as the protein. Top with greens, cheese, and a salsa verde sauce. Perfect mild-heat, and a delicious combo with our Original Spread.

Tofu Tacos!

Vegan Tacos

Looking for a vegan Cinco de Mayo recipe idea? Try out these vegan tacos, courtesy of our friend Daneka. She’s a huge fan of our lite tofu spreads and makes the most delicious recipes! (She’s got another one down below! Keep scrolling!)

VeganTacos - with toby's tofu

Tacos! I love quinoa taco! And subbed @tobysfoods lite jalapeno tofu spread for the cheese. Vegan tacos for the win!

Photo from @ddaakarma


Everyone has their own special way of making nachos, but no better topping than Toby’s Jalapeño Ranch Dressing. Seriously! Just in case you don’t already know, here’s a 30-second fool proof guide to your perfect nachos.


Jalapeño Ranch Taco Salad

A stand-by favorite recipe for sure. Serve it in a big bowl, like in the original recipe, or get fancy with it and serve on top a wedge of iceberg lettuce. Full recipe details here.

Jalapeño Ranch Wedge Salad!

Vegan Mini Pepper Salad

Vegan Mini Pepper Salad

Salad? Appetizer? Mini peppers with @tobysfoods lite jalapeno vegan tofu dip with avocado and stuff!
Photo from @ddaakarma

Need some tasty tequila cocktails to go along with your deliciousness? Try these from Genesis Juice.

What does plant based eating really mean? This is a great infographic!

Plant Based Eating

October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, and we’re celebrating all things around plant-based eating.

Did you know that we started as a vegetarian company? It’s true! So plant-based eating is a topic near and dear to our hearts. We still embrace it here at Toby’s, and we hope that our tofu spreads and dressings encourage more plant based eating. After all, they make great veggie dips.

Turns out not everyone has such a deep history of plant-based eating, so we’re here to help fill in the gaps.

As for my own story, I was a vegetarian for several years and still prefer eating that way. And while I was a vegetarian, people would often say things to me – like, “But where do you get your protein!?” or, “Well, I only used chicken broth, so it’s vegetarian. Right?” No. If you used chicken broth, made from chickens, it’s not vegetarian. But, I tried to understand that not everyone knows the ins and outs of plant-based eating and what it’s all about.

So in honor or Vegetarian Awareness Month, we wanted to put together this little infographic to tell you more about what plant based eating is, and how to get enough of the right nutrients that everyone is so concerned about. And, rightfully so, everyone should be aware of these important nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

Great guide to plant based eating with 5 things to watch and what it means to follow a plant-based diet


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