It’s officially spring and this Lemon and Thyme Asparagus Pasta is perfect for it. It’s not only a delicious spring time recipe, but it’s also budget-friendly.
Many people have the misconception that you cannot get enough protein on a plant-based diet. That’s simply untrue.
This tofu satay is packed with flavor and plant-protein. It’s a healthier alternative to the more traditional satays. It can be used as a main or appetizer.
There’s an old tradition in the south that if you eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day it will bring you good luck for that year. After 2020, I think we could all use some good luck for 2021!
The meal is definitely the most anticipated part of Thanksgiving and usually it’s an indulgent one! Not to be the party-pooper, but most of the time the dishes are high in saturated fat, cholesterol and salt…not great for our health.
Dairy-free Mac and cheese that’s actually good for you!! This one is made with healthy ingredients like cashews for the creaminess and nutritional yeast for the “cheesy’ flavor.
This oil-free cornbread is made with simple ingredients and so much healthier than most cornbreads out there! It’s super easy to make it from scratch and goes with so many different meals to add a comforting side.
Loaded Potato Soup is thick, creamy and so comforting! It’s oil-free, dairy-free, gluten-free and loaded with good nutrients. It honestly tastes like a baked potato with all your favorite toppings, but in soup form!
This is a healthy spin on the classic pasta salad dish. It’s packed with flavorful vegetables, pasta and a light red wine vinegar herbed dressing.
These BBQ Jackfruit Sandwiches are a healthier alternative to a pulled pork sandwich! The texture is identical and the flavor is always in the sauce!
We’re in the middle of Coronavirus right now. With so much uncertainty ahead, one thing I’m doing is making the most of the food I have on hand. One of my easy go-to meals is a buddha bowl. The thing I love about these bowls are they have no rules!
This soup is a cross between tortilla soup and enchilada soup, but since it has tortillas in it, that’s the name I went with. This one’s made healthier than most with baked tortillas and plant-based protein.
Healthy, plant-based tacos full of benefits and they easily come together in under 15 minutes! They’re a favorite weeknight meal around here because of the minimal work and cleanup! The cauliflower/walnut mixture gives it a “meaty” texture and the seasonings make it explode with taco flavor!
Nobody will miss the chicken with these Baked Cauliflower Buffalo Wings!
Lately, I’ve been all about taking simple dishes to the next level. Making it fancy, but keeping it simple. And this hearty salad does just that.
If you’re looking for a recipe to impress, this “Meaty” Mushroom Eggplant Rollatini is it. It might seem a little intimidating but, trust me, it looks fancy but it’s not that hard to make.
Summer tomatoes are so good, I can just eat ’em like candy! This simple recipe is one of my favorite ways to use tomatoes, and it makes a quick and easy meal!
You know the way to not get bored of vegetables? It’s pretty simple – just cook and season them differently! That’s exactly what curry does. It takes veggies to a whole new flavor level, am I right?
This soup is a hearty, vegan version of lasagna soup. It’s so filling and perfect to cozy up with after a long day. It’s oil-free, can be made gluten-free, and filled with plant protein, calcium and fiber!
This easy recipe is healthy comfort food in a skillet! The dairy-free sauce has become a favorite in our house as it tastes like a healthy version of vodka sauce! It’s a creamy sauce we can feel good about eating because it’s made with good fats.
White Chili is a delicious way to switch things and a great substitute for people who can’t do regular chili. It can be made in the Instant Pot or on the stove top. I’ve included both ways below.
If you like a flavorful, hearty dinner in under 30 minutes this one is for you! This healthy stir-fry with an oil-free peanut sauce can be customized with any veggies you prefer. I’ve listed our favorites in the recipe below. The Pineapple Peanut sauce can be used for many things, not just stir-fry.
This Cream of Mushroom soup will shock you because it’s thick and creamy without any dairy or flours used. It’s also oil-free and gluten-free, but doesn’t compromise on flavor!
These Mushroom Meatballs are packed with nutrients and plant protein. I guess I shouldn’t call them meatballs since they don’t contain meat… But they are a great replacement and way better for you since they are oil-free, gluten-free and full of nutrients.