As a Mama of a special needs child, I’m always grateful and happy when my fussy munchkin enjoys eating what I cook and tonight was 1 of those dinners that he loved what I made and ate every bite.  Potatoes, vegan hot dogs, and vegan mayonnaise are 3 of my son’s favorite foods and what he doesn’t know is that I season it very well with healing herbs of turmeric, thyme, onion, garlic, ginger, and lots of delicious healing olive oil and flax oil. All my son cares about is that it tastes good and he loves to eat it.  I’m going to share the recipe here for all Mommies reading this who want to make something tasty and healthy for their fussy special needs children and anyone else who would love to make it. It’s very easy to make and I consider it to be healthy fast food.

Delicious Organic Gluten Free Vegan Potatoes Veggies and Hot Dogs


6 small organic Russet potatoes, chopped

6 Lightlife vegan smart dogs, sliced

1 small onion, peel and ends removed, rinsed, chopped

1/2 C olive oil

2 tbsp. Earth Balance

4 tbsp. Bragg Liquid Aminos

1/2 tsp. onion powder

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1/2 tsp. thyme powder

1 tsp. turmeric

1 tsp. ginger

I top the small amount in his little swivel bowl with a tsp. of original flavor Vegenaise and call it “sneeze” because that’s the only way my fussy little boy will eat it and he loves it.

Directions:  Fill 1 medium or large size stainless steel pot with filtered water and bring to rapid boil.  When the water begins to boil, reduce the heat to medium and pour in the chopped potatoes.  At the same time, cook 1/2 C of olive oil in a non toxic non stick fry pan on medium heat.  Pour in the chopped onions and stir evenly.  Allow to cook for 15 minutes and continue stirring so they cook evenly.  Then squirt in a tsp. or 2 of Bragg Liquid Aminos. Continue stirring and cook until the onions become lightly brown and soft enough to eat.  Turn off the burner and put the onions in a bowl and set aside and repeat the same process with the vegan hot dogs. Turn off the burner.  At this point, the potatoes should be done cooking and if they are soft enough to eat, turn off the burner and thoroughly drain the water.  If you want to cool down the dish a little, mix it all together and cool down in the refrigerator.  Otherwise, season and mix well and serve and enjoy!  You can find similar delicious vegan recipes in my cookbook and you can read about it and order on my blog sales page: 

Much Love Gratitude,