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1. Mushroom stew
Source: Mushroom Stew
This Robin Browne mushroom stew is all comfort. It’s hearty, aromatic and makes you feel great. You have to try this delicious stew!
2. Mediterranean quinoa bowls with roasted chickpeas
Source: Mediterranean quinoa bowls with roasted chickpeas
These Mediterranean Roasted Chickpea Bowls by Jenn Sebestyen and Kelli Foster Kelli Foster may make you feel healthier looking at them: superfood quinoa, high protein chickpeas, nutritious powerhouse and vibrant fresh cucumber and tomato salad. The Citrus Tahini Sauce is the perfect creamy sauce to bring it all together. The tahini sauce is the sauce that is used more than any other for drizzling over buddha bowls.
3. Lentil Bolognese with spaghetti
Source: Lentil Bolognese with Spaghetti
This Lentil Bolognese with Spaghetti by Jenn Sebestyen and Kelli Foster Kelli Foster is so simple it will become one of your favorite meals. It contains healthy plant-based protein and fiber, but serve with a simple salad and garlic bread to complete the meal.
4. Vanilla Overnight Oats and Maple Spiced Pears
Source: Vanilla Overnight Oats and Maple Spiced Pears
These Vanilla Overnight Oats and Maple Spiced Pears from Shanika Graham-White are a great addition to breakfast! Vegan, gluten free and it only takes 5 minutes to whack up while you let the fridge do the rest overnight. This recipe is characterized by its creaminess, thickness from the thickly sliced oats and generous vanilla + nutty flavors from the delicious almond butter, which goes well with vanilla. the experience creates all of this in just one bowl.
5. Creamy spinach noodles
Source: Creamy Spinach Noodles
This creamy spinach pasta by Stefani Weiss is super creamy, rich, satisfying, hearty, calming, very easy to prepare, stomach-friendly and just so delicious! The combination of spinach and feta gives this pasta the spanakopita taste. Which is one of the best flavors. It makes a great quick lunch or dinner and is perfect for busy days!
6. Tikka Masala Wings
Source: Tikka Masala Wings
These Tikka Masala Wings from Liv King are absolutely delicious! Aromatic chicken-style seitan, wrapped in a rice paper skin, then fried until crispy. Yum!
7. Simple zucchini buns
Source: Easy Zucchini Buns from ThePlantbasedSchool
These Easy Zucchini Buns from ThePlantbasedSchool are quick to prepare, soft, tasty and perfect for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner.
8. Breakfast oat squares
Source: Breakfast oat squares
Finding a plant-based snack or breakfast bar is by no means impossible. However, when you find them, they are usually expensive or full of ingredients. These Breakfast Oat Squares from Wholesome LLC are perfect as a cheaper, healthier alternative and still add a delicious taste!
9. Simple Cajun Jambalaya
Source: Easy Cajun Jambalaya
This Easy Cajun Jambalaya from Crazy Vegan Kitchen is loaded with tomatoes, celery, onions, Cajun spices, peppers, thyme, peppers, and jalapeños. This Cajun Jambalaya is a perfect stew. Since most Cajun jambalaya recipes call for a mix of meat products, this jambalaya contains vegan sausages instead to add a bit of warmth and umami to the dish. You can also replace these with vegetables or leave them out if you want the recipe to be gluten-free.
10. Miso soup with shiitake mushrooms and ramen noodles
Source: Miso soup with shiitake mushrooms and ramen noodles
This miso soup with shiitake mushrooms and ramen noodles by Jenn Sebestyen and Kelli Foster Kelli Foster is everything: cozy, calming, healthy, simple and so delicious. Do it when you feel like you have a cold. It’s calming and nourishing.
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