One of my all-time favorite lunches is a big hearty bowl of veggies, grains, and plant proteins. While I make several different versions of grain bowls or ‘Buddha bowls’, this is my far my favorite combination! The ingredients are simple, and can be tweaked to your liking. I’ve also included a few variations & dressings you might enjoy drizzling on top!
For the past few weeks, this has been my go-to lunch! With some roasted chickpeas or crispy baked tofu on top, it's delicious with all it's different flavors & textures.
A simple dinner recipe for beginners looking to add more plant-based meals to their diet! Options to make this meal either vegetarian or vegan!
An incredibly nutritious, plant-based dessert your kids will love! Uses spirulina, rich in protein and antioxidants, in place of artificial colors or dyes.
Packed with flavor and protein, you won't even miss the meat in this southwestern vegan bowl! Also makes an excellent meal prep recipe!
This is the ultimate gut-healthy smoothie rich in probiotics, fiber, and omega-3s. Probiotic-rich foods help keep your gut healthy, but it can sometimes be difficult to find options that aren't dairy-based. This smoothie uses coconut milk yogurt with these live cultures.
They're messy, they're delicious, and they're completely vegan. Packed with flavor, you won't even miss the meat in this breakfast taco recipe!
Ever wish you had a "reset button" after a late night out or long vacation? This smoothie is packed with the nutrients you need to re-energize and refresh. Packed with antioxidants to help reduce inflammation, fiber, omega-3s, and hydrating fruits and vegetables.
If you're a fan of the incredibly popular Indian favorite, Chicken Tikka Masala, you'll love this lighter vegan version!
If you've ever tried my buffalo chicken tacos, you'll love trying this new version with some some plant-based twists. Swapping the chicken out for cauliflower, and the ranch out for this creamy avocado sauce makes this recipe completely vegan.
Vegan, gluten-free, and oh so delicious!! You won't be able to get enough of this simple (healthier) raw cookie dough.
If you look at the ingredient list on a traditional packet of Swiss Miss hot chocolate powder, it's not so pretty. Refined sugar, corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, artificial flavors and sweeteners (ace K & sucralose), along with food additives like mono & diglycerides and carrageenan. Ditch the mix and make your own at home!