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.
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!
The adaptability of this recipe is amazing. The original calls for bok choy and edamame, which is delicious, but it's just as good with broccoli and shiitake mushrooms, or so many other veggie pairings.
The great thing about keeping a jar of pesto on hand is that you can easily add it into anything and instantly create a delicious and comforting meal.
This is a brilliantly simple, fuss-free, healthy, flavor-packed tofu stir-fry dish. It goes extremely well with noodles, quinoa, or any grain of your choice.
This yummy and delightful chickpea curry recipe is vegan, healthy, cheap, and counts as three whole servings of vegetables.
This is not your typical salad. Nope, it’s the kind of dish that makes you want to eat more, the kind of meal you eat with your arm protectively guarding the contents of your plate from passersby. You never know when someone’s going to swoop in for a bite of fresh mozzarella.
A super lazy and quick 15-minute Stir-Fried Udon Noodles recipe. Unlike other Asian noodles, most udon comes fresh in a packet, so you save time by having it pre-cooked. Amazing, isn’t it?
Just a few simple ingredients are served up in a casserole that is low in fat, high in protein, and fully vegan!
This Tuscan White Bean Soup is not only deceptively healthy - it's also full of flavor and completely plant-based.
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!
This Coconut Kidney Bean Curry is an easy, flavorful dinner to whip up on busy weeknights!
This recipe will give you the perfect brown rice. You can stop there and serve it plain, but we highly recommend tossing it with a light sesame-soy dressing, which totally takes it to the next level!