Looking for a hearty side dish that's Reboot-friendly, warming and satisfying for a chilly evening or anytime you’re feeling particularly hungry? You're welcome.
Here's what you need to know about these tacos. Lentil haters and meat eaters will love them. When you combine yummy flavor and a satisfying texture, it's a win for everyone. And that's exactly what this recipe does.
Don't let the fear of complication keep you away from making a nutritious meal. This dish requires 3 main ingredients that are always easy to find and the grand result is anything but boring.
Start your year off right by taking comfort food to a new level. Hearty and satisfying yet light is what plant-based dishes can offer. And eating black-eyed peas will bring you good luck all year long.
These flavor-packed veggie burgers with olives, chickpeas, and spices are at home whether they are in a burger bun, in a wrap, or served bunless.
While Tzimmes would usually include brown sugar, bottled OJ and dried fruits, this version is one that won't put you on a sugar high, and it's just as enjoyable.
If you find yourself in a pickle, these easy pan-seared brussels sprouts will save the day. They take less than 20 minutes to make and will please everyone at the dinner table.
Thanksgiving dishes don’t have to be loaded with heavy cream and loads of animal-based, artery-clogging fats. I'm even talking about gravy. Get this gluten-free, vegan gravy recipe.
Brussels sprouts and butternut squash make the perfect fall dish, especially when combined with dried cranberries and a dijon vinaigrette. You'll have to try it to see just how good this is.
When a weekend brunch is on the agenda, make it a memorable one with these clean, tasty, gluten-free, high-protein waffles. You can make them with or without a waffle iron.
Don't worry, we aren't actually cooking poodles, but we are making parsnip noodles and zoodles topped with a creamy vegan butternut squash sauce.