With the addition of fresh mint, this chocolate shake is the perfect nutritious St. Patrick’s Day treat. But why stop there? This shake is made with only 4 simple whole food ingredients, making it a wholesome option for any day.
This soup is creamy, warm, filling – classic comfort food at its best.
If you don’t think whole foods taste good, I’d venture to guess that you a) haven’t given them a chance or b) just aren’t cooking them properly.
Eggplant curry! This delicious weeknight dinner is packed with healthy ingredients and rich flavors from spices and coconut milk.
Is it just me or are root vegetables seriously underrated?
Today I’d like to partake in some serious nutrition myth-busting.
Bored with you breakfast routine? I have just thing to help your tastebuds wake up and get excited about morning eats again. Tempeh Bacon Hash.
I just combined two of my fave morning things into one delicious recipe and I cannot wait to share this goodness with you.
These spiralized beet noodles are served with a homemade pesto sauce using beet greens!
I was initially inspired to create this brussels sprouts and fresno chili dish after realizing I need to up my side-dish game. Just one problem…I don’t do “side” portions of brussels sprouts. I just don’t.
Chocolate. Cherries. Coconut. Could there be a better combination for a Valentine’s Day (or any day) treat?
By posting this recipe I’m entering a recipe contest sponsored by the Wild Blueberry Association of North America and I’m eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Vegan weeknight dinners don’t need to be complicated! There are so many delicious plant-based recipes that you can put on your table in a matter of minutes.
Today’s recipe contains an over-the-top amount of super-healthy ‘superfoods’.
How good is oatmeal in winter? Good right? Well, it’s even better when topped with fresh citrus, roasted pistachios, and sweet tahini drizzle.
Vegan tempeh tacos and burritos are a favorite healthy, plant-based weeknight meal. Quick, filling, and (of course) delicious too, this meal has all the makings of a heathy homemade staple.
I was in the mood for something festive for the New Year and set my heart on this season’s brightest citrus fruits – grapefruit and satsuma orange. This salad is sweet, tart, flavorful, and a breeze to put together.
There’s no better time than now to share my green lentil smoothie recipe that with a kick of added nutrition from cooked green lentils.
Who would’ve thought that frying tofu without a drop of oil could be so delicious.
To celebrate the holidays, I’m popping in with this simple DIY Chai Spice blend that makes for a simple do-it-yourself gift and/or festively delicious holiday treat.
Whole Grain Thumbprint Cookies are dairy-free and vegan, made with whole grains, and naturally sweetened with ripe bananas. The best part? They belong equally on your holiday cookie platter and your breakfast plate.
Blackberries, rosemary, chia seeds, lemon, and maple syrup. Spread it on toast, swirl into oatmeal, use it in holiday cookies, or wrap this homemade chia jam up as the perfect gift for that special foodie in your life. You really can’t go wrong with this one.
Probiotics are a hot topic these days, and for good reason. If you’re vegan or vegetarian, here’s what you need to know about plant-based probiotics and gut health.
One of the most common questions I hear toward people following a plant-based diet is “where do you get your protein?” I’ve already covered the basics of plant-based protein but today I want to talk more about which foods you can incorporate to meet your protein needs with plants!