Whether served as a main dish or as a side, these beauties are delicious and satisfying, plus packed with whole grains and flavorful vegetables.
This Zucchini Spaghetti with Lentil Marinara is the perfect dish to use up the last of those lingering zucchini in your fridge. It's lightened up in calories, but definitely not lacking in flavor!
Sweet and tart Braeburn apples, sweet potatoes, corn on the cob, and almonds pair perfectly with spinach and quinoa to make this a bowl so worth digging into!
This elevated sandwich is cheesy, gooey, and perfectly cut by the tart apple and spicy deli mustard.
This wonderful kale pesto is made more substantial with white beans, and served over tender cheese tortellini. Buying pre-made tortellini really saves time, making this perfect for a weeknight dinner!
Orange Basil Salad with Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette is a healthy and welcome change to run of the mill garden salads.
This yummy and delightful chickpea curry recipe is vegan, healthy, cheap, and counts as three whole servings of vegetables.
This recipe is very light but very filling at the same time. With mushrooms, quinoa, and tofu on the ingredients list, it's packed full of fiber, vitamins, and iron. Not to mention, it contains more than 20 grams of protein per serving!
Simple Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas made from scratch! You can make or buy your enchilada sauce, then top these with cheese, sour cream, avocado, or nothing at all.
Okonomiyaki, or Japanese cabbage pancakes, can be made in countless ways; okonomiyaki essentially means prepared “as you like.” These pancakes are simple to throw together and make delicious use of an abundance of cabbage.
Here’s a one-bowl meal that you’ll enjoy for its simplicity and flavor. Vibrant asparagus, cheerful cherry tomatoes, and tender artichoke hearts combine with earthy farro and hearty lentils to bring you a meal that comes together in mere minutes!
This recipe incorporates all the yummy flavors of traditional fried rice, but is much healthier (and more delicious). For an added bonus, it's also faster and easier than making “real” fried rice!
Simple, classy, and vegan, this classic Aglio e Olio Pasta is easy enough to whip up for a weeknight dinner, yet impressive enough for your next date night.
This Coconut Kidney Bean Curry is an easy, flavorful dinner to whip up on busy weeknights!