This no frills, super delicious lasagne is a piece of cake to put together. A little chopping, a little cooking, and the magic of the oven does the rest. Even meat eaters won't miss the meat (or cheese!) in this all vegan classic vegetable lasagne!
I looooooooooooove falafel. I'm kind of obsessed with it. I started eating it so much I figured I should figure out how to make it at home and once I did, I can't believe I waited so long! Its super simple to make, crazy delicious, and as much as I love the fried version, this baked recipe is much healthier.
The combination of orzo pasta and cauliflower rice makes a super satisfying meal. Top it off with a nut free, dairy free, oil free pesto sauce and you’ve got an incredibly delicious and nutritious dinner!
There are only a handful of ingredients in this soup, but it only takes a few to make this soup incredibly delicious! Instead of making your own cauliflower rice, but it pre-riced! Cece's Veggie Co. makes a great version you can find in most supermarkets!
I have tried countless times to make pizza and have failed dramatically every single time. I could never figure out why I messed it up so many times! But I think I've cracked the code and by using already prepped pizza dough and baking at a super high temperature, I've finally learned to make pizza! And it definitely satisfies my cravings for one of my favorite foods! This week's version - Butternut Squash & Kale Pizza! It’s topped with roasted butternut squash and red onion, savory sage and kale, sweet cherry tomatoes, and I had a leftover Field Roast Italian Veggie Sausage from a cookout and decided to throw that on top as well! In the end, it was a deliciousness explosion!
I have a true weakness for pizza. It’s usually what knocks me off my plant based path, but this totally vegan deep dish pizza is what I make to get my fix! It’s crazy good, REALLY EASY to make, and satisfies all my pizza needs!
The non-vegan version of this breakfast was very popular in my family when I was a kid. We'd make it at home on Saturdays, we'd make it camping in the summer, we'd make it on a colder winter weekend. Its so easy to make and so delicious to eat!
This is a super easy recipe you can put together on a weeknight for dinner. The spices blend together with the chickpeas making it a super filling and delicious meal, and the green chutney adds a little sweet and a little sour to balance out all the flavors!
The flavors in this jambalaya are out of this world. It's super simple to make your own creole seasoning as well. You can add some vegan spicy sausage if you want or just make this with the beans, rice, and veggies - either way it's delicious!
Looking for a super satisfying dinner with minimal work - these Stuffed Shells take only a little bit of prep work and are filled with nutritional kale, mushrooms, and onions. The payoff is the time while it bakes and fills your home with amazing scents of garlic, tomatoes, and basil.
There's just something so comforting about this pasta and it's crazy easy to make. I also love veggie balls and my favorite actually come from IKEA! They do not not contain ingredients with allergens such as gluten, soy, nut, egg or lactose so as many people as possible can enjoy them and you can actually SEE the vegetables in them! If you don't have access to an IKEA Gardein makes a version found in lots of grocery stores, as well as Amy's Kitchen, and Trader Joe's.
It‘s Friday - you're tired from a long week, who wants to think about making dinner? If you think you can't eat healthy fast food I'm here to change your mind! This Pad Thai recipe can be ready in under 20 minutes! (Seriously, in 20 minutes!)
I'm amazed at how simple and how good this soup is. It’s only seasoned with a little salt and pepper, but has an amazingly pure flavor to it. It takes about 50 minutes to make, and only five of those minutes are just for you to prep!
You can easily put this together in under 30 minutes - you'll want the veggies to be slightly crunchy so as the noodles cook you'll be working on the veggies - just a few minutes of chopping and cooking and you'll have your own Chinese take out without all the extra fat, sugar, and salt!
Mmmm, comfort food. Craving a cheesy pasta dish, but want it vegan? Look no further! Shells, cashew cheese, broccoli and mmmm, so good! You'll be glad you passed on the boxed powered package for this fresh, whole food recipe!
One of my favorite things about visiting Hawaii is getting served a heaping amount of Mac Salad with a lot of meals. It takes me back to my childhood on warm, sunny days. However, cutting dairy out of my diet now means no Mac Salad (sad face!) BUT! I've recreated it to be dairy free with the help of Vegenaise and gluten free with the help of rice elbow noodles! And it taste just like the Islands! Aloha!
If you have an overload of eggplant from your summer crop this is a great new way to enjoy it! A little salty, a little spicy, and full of delicious flavor thanks to fresh basil and green olives! This is a great side dish or main entree!
I've been into stuffing vegetables with more vegetables lately and I just can't stop! I love these tomatoes and they're PERFECT for summer. The filling is super easy to make and the tomatoes take just a little bit of care to scoop out, but then you just pop it in your oven for 45 minutes and out comes a delicious and filling meal!
Grilling season is around the corner! These teriyaki tofu kebabs are super simple to put together and only require about 3 hours of marinating: read - 3 hours of your time spent doing other things! Pop them on a skewer with some veggies and your backyard BBQ will be in business!
Do salads sometimes leave you still wanting something more? Not totally satisfying or filling? Try out my awesome Almond Salad and you'll be full throughout the rest of the day! Its one of my favorite lunch time meals especially during the work week when I barely have time to scarf it down! With minimal prep work you'll be happy you spent the extra 20 minutes getting this salad put together ahead of time!
Simple soups may be one of my most favorite things and this soup can't get any easier. Carrots, onions, ginger, curry powder and vegetable broth. Easy peasy with a touch of cashew cream. Dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes!
This bowl is just as good hot as it is cold, which makes it PERFECT for leftovers! Its great as a full meal or a side dish and perfect for pot luck dinners! Its simple and easy to make with lots of vitamins and protein!
This Beefless Beer Stew is an awesome alternative to the typical beef stew. Adding in meaty portobello mushrooms and dark beer really brings out a rich flavor and will fill you up on those chilly spring evenings!
Ready for the ultimate comfort meal? This mushroom stroganoff is super easy to put together and making the vegan sour cream to go in it is super simple! Just a few ingredients and you'll be enjoying a delicious meal in no time!
Its almost hard to call this a dip because of its massive size. Still, its a new take on the typical ‘taco dip’. This bean dip is great for a party of 6 or a party of 2! Super quick and easy to make, I promise this won’t disappoint!
Need a little pick me up from a cold winter? This winter greens soup is a great antioxidant boost to your day. It takes about 45 minutes to make, but most of that time is just letting the vegetables cook!
Korma is one of my FAVORITE things to get when I go out for Indian food. It’s a little spicy, saucy, and so delicious. I've made a new version with a few substitutes that makes this a super tasty dinner on those cold winter nights!
You can easily make this curry on your stove top in an hour, or in a crockpot over four hours. Its a warm and hearty curry full of flavor and spices and can be served over rice or quinoa or you can just eat it on its own!
There's something about the flavors of Thai Yellow Curry that I just love - the creaminess of the coconut milk, the spices that warm you from the inside out, and the slow cooked veggies make me just happy. Forget takeout - here's how you make Thai Yellow Curry at home and just wait until you see how easy it is!
Remember those tacos you would have on a school night and you couldn’t wait until the next night for leftovers again? My vegan version is made with a combination of quinoa, mushrooms, black beans, and spices and it will bring you back to being a kid again!
This salad is so amazingly good! Its crunchy, sweet, salty and full of fresh and crispy ingredients. I've made a vinaigrette to go along with this salad, but its also good with a dash of Follow Your Heart Vegan Blue Cheese Dressing.
I had a chili very similar to this while on an epic cycling trip through Scotland. We stopped at the only pub in the middle of the Isle of Lewis and Harris, super hungry and cold, and the owners made me this amazing chili! If you're ever on the Isle of Lewis and Harris be sure to go to the Loch Erisort Inn! Until then, you can make this chili and dream of being on the beautiful island!
Want to convince your non-vegan friends that vegan food is just as good as non-vegan food? Make this recipe! Sweet and tangy barbecue lentils, mixed with onions, and quinoa, stuffed inside green bell peppers and baked with mashed potatoes. Always a crowd pleaser!
This is one of my favorite super powered breakfasts! Sweet potatoes, tofu, bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions to power you up and get your day started with a load of antioxidants, calcium, potassium, and fiber!
One of my favorite things to eat (other than pickles) is guacamole! Guacamole can sound intimidating to make, but its SO SIMPLE. The key is to find ripe avocados that are soft to the touch. After that its just a bit of chopping and mixing and you'll be having a fiesta in no time!
The Fire Sign Cafe in Tahoe City inspired this recipe. I love this restaurant and they always have a few vegan options. If you're ever in the area make sure you stop by and have some of their delicious food! Until then, you can make this super delicious scramble!
Here's a completely dairy free-substitute free potato salad that you will LOVE for hot summer days. Lemon juice, a dash of vinegar, chopped spinach, oregano, and parsley - its great for a picnic, a day at the beach, or a backyard BBQ!
Looking for another alternative to a typical veggie burger? Try out my portobello mushroom burger! A quick balsamic marinade with garlic and black pepper and you'll be grilling in no time. Top with a zesty red pepper hummus sauce for a tangy zip!
I love this salad! Its perfect for a hot day - cool and refreshing, crunchy and juicy, and includes all your favorites - apples, grapes, celery, and walnuts. You can serve it over lettuce or spinach to fill it out, or wrap it up in a tortilla for a delicious lunch!
Hold on to your hats, these tacos are going to blow your MIND! They are SO easy and quick to make. Roast some sweet potatoes, heat up some black beans and onions, make the cashew cheese, and top with more deliciousness!
Looking for a plant based, vegan version of an egg salad sandwich? Look no further! I haven't had egg salad in years and have been missing it, until now! There's something about the combination of mashed chickpeas, Vegenaise, celery, pickle relish, and dill that tastes JUST LIKE an egg salad sandwich!
Get chopping! This salad is super quick to throw together and delicious with a little splash of red wine vinegar and lemon juice or any kind of vinegar based dressing you like! Light and refreshing, yet filling and hearty!
I had one of those "this-is-so-amazing-why-have-I-never-tried-this-before!" moments when making this dish. I'd always heard of people using zucchini as noodles, but I didn't think it would be that great. Ha! I was WRONG! Its AMAZING! Paired with a delicious marinara beanball - welcome to the new Spaghetti & Meatlessballs!
I love this breakfast! Its super quick and easy to put together and will put any scrambled egg to shame! Plus it has 0mg of cholesterol compared to eggs that have 169mgs per egg which comes out to 53% of your daily value! Give this healthier breakfast scramble a go and I promise you won't be disappointed!
In the need of some serious comfort food? Make this super simple split pea soup - it takes about an hour to get those split peas soft and chewy, but only about 5 minutes to put it together. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the amazing aromas as this soup comes together.
So you want corned beef and cabbage, but without the beef and quicker than six to eight hours in your crock pot? MAKE THIS SOUP! It tastes exactly like corned beef & cabbage, but without the beef and only takes about 45 minutes to make!