Enjoy these easy vegetarian wraps on your next Meatless Monday, or throw them together for a quick & protein-packed lunch. Recipes don’t always have to be complicated or time-consuming to pack a lot of flavors. Up your protein by throwing in some easy marinated tofu or serve your wraps with Asian Style Sweet Potato Noodles and check out our top 10 vegan foods for weight loss
Tofu is probably the most popular meat substitute in vegan recipes, so, I decided to try it for the first time. I was so excited, but I didn’t like it at all. Fortunately and after so many tries, I finally fell in love with tofu and it’s actually one of my favorite ingredients at the moment.
Who doesn’t love some great jam on your toast in the morning, or a delicious pb& j sandwich – it reminds me of when I was a kid! The problem with most jams is that there really isn’t much fruit in there anymore. There is a whole lot of sugar, preservatives, and even dyes sometimes but not a heck of a lot of fruit. Of course, I have a super easy & MUCH healthier choice for you. This strawberry chia jam is packed with omega-3 fatty acids (great for your brain, hormones, skin & weight loss) and the best part is that you can use any berry you like. Try a mixture of all of them if you want! This […]
For those that know me really well, I love chocolate…..especially brownies. Therefore I made it my mission to create a healthy brownie that is moist and nutritious. Personally I found that a lot of brownie recipes that uses black beans resulted in a dense texture that tasted like cardboard. I wanted a recipe that could stand up to a regular sugar-and-flour brownie in a competition. And these really do! Give these brownies a try, I promise you will love them.
Roasted Sweet Potato Pasta With Kale and Walnut Pesto Roasting the sweet potato noodles gives them a nice, dry texture that holds the pesto very well. The pesto has a hint of orange in it, as well as a little bit of a spicy kick, which blends well with the earthy sweet flavors of the potatoes. If you would like a less spicy dish, eliminate the red pepper flakes.
This is a salad of contrast and balance. The sweetness of the cucumbers is sharpened by the sourness of the spicy dressing, which is turn is cooled by the refreshing mint. Enjoy!
In Mexican cuisine, pico de gallo is a fresh, uncooked salad made from chopped tomato, onion, cilantro, fresh jalapeños or habaneros, salt, and lime juice. Other ingredients may also be added, such as shrimp or squid, avocado, or apple cider vinegar, cucumber, radish or firm fruit such as mango. Since Pico de gallo contains less liquid, it can also be used as a main ingredient in dishes such as tacos and fajitas.
A delicious and super healthy Sweet Potato Miso Soup with lots of Ginger flavor, overflowing with vitamins, minerals, and gut healing probiotics. You’re tummy will thank you.