Looking for a quick and healthy breakfast on the run? Try these peanut butter breakfast bars paired with a smoothie or fresh fruit.
Make a tasty, veggie-friendly dinner with mushroom vegan sloppy Joes, and a roasted potato and tomato salad with crispy capers and dill.
A flavoring of mint will bring a hint of spring to any dish. Combine with bright with citrus flavors in a dressing and transform hearty, smokey roasted cauliflower into a fresh, seasonal meal.
Try a vegan substitute for cheese by blending cashews, water, and yeast, and adding different flavors such as fruit or herbs. Spread it on crackers for snack, or serve as a condiment with dinner.
It's time to start thinking about fresh veggies and salads again. Use a madoline or a julienne peeler to make noodles out of carrots and cucumbers, and then dress them up with all kinds of toppings.
Don't let this simple stew recipe fool you, the result is more than the sum of its parts. The key is using a high quality Italian sausage, the spices are crucial for a great flavor.
'Superfood Kitchen' by Julie Morris just happens to be 100 percent vegan! It boasts a wide variety of recipes, including a dessert section. Give this kale and black-eyed pea stew a try.
Soaking your own beans will not only save you money, you'll get a better-for-you-bean to boot.
Quick to make and packed with good nutrients, these portobello mushrooms make a delicious appetizer or the centerpiece for a meatless dish when served alongside a salad and quinoa.
Avocado is the secret ingredient in this smoothie that packs in your daily greens and fruit into one glass for a meal on the go.
Quick and versatile, this recipe for tostados is really more of a guideline. Substitute in your favorite taco fixings or leftovers from the back of the fridge for an easy, tasty meal.
Trying to cut back on sugar and baked goods? Satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthy way with this dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan coconut rice pudding. Add caramelized bananas, nuts, dried fruit, or honey as tasty toppings.
Make two meals from one effort by first roasting squash as a side dish, and then using leftovers to star in leafy green salad.
Toasting quinoa before you cook it will draw out the natural, sweet nutty flavor of the grain.
Pack more veggies into your diet with this creamy, low calorie, dairy-free, cauliflower soup. Pair it with a grilled cheese sandwich or a quinoa salad.
It's the time of the year to start thinking less about casseroles and cookies, and more about vegetables and salads. Roast up some seasoned carrots for a side dish and use the leftovers in a crunchy salad for lunch the next day.
A versatile gluten-free appetizer that will please your guests no matter their taste preferences.
Make a loaf of this nutty bread with a hint of citrus this weekend and enjoy it for breakfast all week.
An easy appetizer that tastes delicious, takes only five minutes to make, and can be prepared hours ahead of the party.
This filling butternut squash soup is a simple recipe for a chilly weeknight. Place a cube of creamy Camembert cheese at the bottom of each bowl before pouring the soup, for a velvety, cheesy addition.