Take a look back at the top Grateful Grazer recipes of the year.
I’m the type of person who loves to reflect and set new intentions in December, so I had to continue my tradition of sharing the most popular recipes published on the blog in 2018. (You can find 2017 and 2016 posts here.)
More than a few of my favorites made the cut (looking at you, 15-Minute Peanut Noodles and Crispy Tofu Pumpkin Curry), but you can trust me when I say all of these recipes are worth adding to your list.
Which top Grateful Grazer recipes will you try first?
This dragonfruit smoothie packs more than just good looks. It’s rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients, and also topped with chia seeds for gut-boosting fiber and plant-based omega-3s. It’s a refreshing drink to sip on no matter the season, so I can understand why it was the most popular recipe published this year.
I tossed Asian-style pasta with edamame, greens, and 5-ingredient sauce to make these 15-minute peanut noodles. This is one of my favorite dinners to cook when I’m short on time and ingredients!
Healthy enchiladas with spinach, mushrooms, walnuts, and all the best toppings. Plant-based comfort food at its finest!
This comforting, Mediterranean entree needs to be in your weeknight rotation! Greek roasted chickpeas served with vegan tofu feta, spicy greens, and whole grain freekeh.
Turmeric-infused golden milk—in baked-good form! These gluten-free muffins are easy to bake yet packed with healthy nutrients and spicy flavors from warming spices.
You’re only 30 minutes away from crunching into spicy, quick-pickled radishes that make any meal a little more interesting. Pop these in the fridge to garnish tacos, burgers, sandwiches, and buddha bowls.
I gave this Asian-inspired curry a seasonal upgrade with pumpkin, broccoli, and a dash of warming cinnamon. Served with cilantro rice and crispy tofu for a balanced lunch or dinner you can warm up to all year long.
Jazz up your typical greens with this colorful spring farro salad drizzled with creamy, lemon-tahini dressing. It’s made with a variety of vegetables and whole grains for extra fiber and essential micronutrients.
Flavorful chickpea burgers made with simple ingredients and Moroccan-inspired spices. An ideal recipe for summer cookouts or anytime.
Homemade Sesame Date Bars are easy to make and packed with plant-based protein from chickpeas, nuts and seeds. I love this packable snack for camping and road trips.
20-minute tempeh chilaquiles are bursting with flavor and equally convenient for brunch or dinner. Put an egg on top for extra protein and fats!
Toasted freekeh is tossed with sautéed rainbow chard, chopped pecans, and tangy tahini sauce for an easy, 30-minute weeknight dinner. Proving easy meals can be full of flavor!
What could be better than a cozy, comforting ramen bowl filled to the brim with whole grain noodles and the best of spring produce?
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