These 20-minute tempeh chilaquiles are bursting with flavor and equally convenient for brunch or dinner. Put an egg on top for extra satisfaction! Between trips to Utah and Ohio, I’ve been a little behind on getting this recipe out to you. Luckily, we still have a few days to spare, because you know I can’t leave you without some Mexican-flavor inspiration for Cinco de…
Looking for an everyday meal that’s packed with antioxidants for muscle recovery? Try Pomegranate-Glazed Tempeh Kebab Bowls! This deliciously sweet and tart recipe uses 100% fruit juice and fresh herbs for extra flavor (and health benefits!).
Want to include a vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe on your holiday table? Here are 29 delicious ideas to inspire your plant-based cooking this holiday season!
Whether it’s a busy weeknight or a Sunday afternoon tailgate, this recipe for Tempeh Sheet Pan Nachos is a quick and easy way to satisfy your Mexican food cravings, and fill up on colorful veggies and protein-rich tempeh.
I created these baked avocado tempeh tostadas for Cinco de Mayo but let’s be real, I’ll be coming back to this recipe for months (and years) to come.
I’m ready to celebrate the start of a new year but before we leave 2016 behind, I’m looking back on my 16 top plant-based recipes. These are the ones you guys just couldn’t get enough of and you do not want to miss out on these healthy and delicious creations!
One of the main reasons I love tempeh for people who are new to plant-based eating is that you can treat it almost exactly like you would a piece of meat. This sweet and savory baked tempeh dish is a perfect example.
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.
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.
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!
Where do vegans and vegetarians get protein? Do they really get enough? Let’s toss out the myths and talk about the science.