It’s hard to find a truly successful veggie burger recipe. Some are too dry, while others are too mushy. These red lentil and quinoa veggie patties are just right, with a pleasant spiciness from chipotle in adobo (add extra if you like it spicier). This recipe works best if you made the patties and let […]
Packed with flavor and spice, this soup will help to warm you up thanks to the metabolism-stimulating effect of its spicy flavors. The chili is hearty and helps to nourish your body with immune-boosting vitamins A and C from the red produce. And let’s not forget about the lovely lentils. They are filled with fiber, iron and plant-based protein. This soup is not only delicious, but it will help to keep you feeling fuller longer to power you through your busy day.
Springtime is finally here even though it’s still cold in the northeast! I love to spend Sundays batch cooking for the week. This week’s hearty meal is bright, vibrant, packed with immune supporting anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and of course 100% plant-based for Meatless Monday! Get this amazing recipe.
Enjoy this fresh, plant-based spin on meatloaf for your Meatless Monday. Loaded with protein, fiber and iron this hearty meal is super easy to make! The spices add flavor and potent phytonutrients like curcumin, found in turmeric, that offers immune supporting, cancer fighting anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions.
This creamy comforting stew is a breeze to make. You can use canned and frozen ingredients for quick assembly in a crockpot or on your stovetop. If you deal with pesky food allergies or sensitivities, this recipe is free from animal products, gluten, corn, soy, grains, sulphites, yeast and nightshades but not free from delicious flavor.
Easily cooked in a large stovetop pot or in a slow cooker, this is a nice warming meal with plenty of high anti-oxidant spices which have been shown to have anti-cancer benefits. The curry is also rich in carotenoids which are vital for a healthy immune system, healthy skin and eyes and it also contains plenty of minerals such as magnesium, calcium and iron, fiber and protein.
Wondering what to do with all that leftover pulp from your juice? This spin on a classic Lebanese dish uses pulp from your favorite green juice for extra flavor and fiber. Saving some for soup recipes is a great way to get all the goodness from the vegetables you are juicing. Store pulp in the freezer […]