If you’re like me and love hearty salads and grazing at lunchtime, you’ll love this packable (and vegan) deconstructed sushi salad.
Lunch & Dinner
You know how sometimes you can just tell you’re going to make a meal over and over again, even though its only the first time you’ve made it? Yeah, that’s the feeling I got from these buffalo roasted chickpeas.
I eat my fair share of tacos but I still can never seem to get enough. So, I decided to put all of my favorite ingredients together in one pot to create this comforting, make-ahead Taco Soup.
These better-than-takeout spring rolls are about to rock your world.
If you’re anything like me, the official start of spring means its time to start thinking about hiking, camping, picnics, and all other wonderful warm weather activities. (And more importantly, what to eat during them.) This Sweet Potato Hummus Sandwich is a great place to start.
This soup is creamy, warm, filling – classic comfort food at its best.
Eggplant curry! This delicious weeknight dinner is packed with healthy ingredients and rich flavors from spices and coconut milk.
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.
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.
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.
Who would’ve thought that frying tofu without a drop of oil could be so delicious.
Packed with fiber and protein from black beans, these lettuce wrap tacos are a quick and easy light lunch or dinner. This recipe is also completely customizable, so feel free to use a tortilla instead of romaine and/or choose your own toppings!
This navy bean dip is rich in protein and fiber. It works perfectly as an appetizer with toasted bread, crackers, and/or fresh vegetables. You can also use it as a sandwich spread or serve over a large fresh salad for a quick and simple lunch.
This Mediterranean salad is bursting with flavor from nutty farro and sweet + acidic sun-dried tomatoes. Enjoy warm, room temperature, or cold!
Colorful and refreshing, this light quinoa salad is packed with nutritious phytonutrients. Fresh basil and chopped veggies are combined with quinoa and white cannellini beans and then tossed in a simple balsamic vinaigrette.