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Plant Based Recipes

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Crispy Chickpea Corn Patties | This Savory Vegan

7 · 40 minutes · These Crispy Chickpea Corn Patties are served with a crunchy basil slaw & a vegan chipotle aioli. Freezer ready for quick lunches or dinners!

23 ingredients

Produce
  • 10 Basil, leaves
  • 1 15-ounce can Chickpeas
  • 1 Chipotle pepper
  • 1/4 cup Cilantro
  • 1/2 cup Corn, frozen
  • 4 clove Garlic
  • 1/2 Lime
  • 1/2 Red onion
Condiments
  • 2/3 cup Veganaise
Pasta & Grains
  • 1 cup Brown rice, cooked
Baking & Spices
  • 1/2 tsp Chili powder
  • 1 tsp Garlic salt
  • 1/2 tsp Paprika, smoked
  • 1/2 tsp Pepper
  • 1 Salt
  • 1 Salt & pepper
Oils & Vinegars
  • 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar
  • 1 Oil
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
Nuts & Seeds
  • 1 tsp Cumin
Bread & Baked Goods
  • 1 cup Panko bread crumbs
Deli
  • 5 cups Kale slaw
Liquids
  • 1 Water
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The Best Vegan Plant Based Crispy "Bacon"

8 · 40 minutes · You will be shocked how eggplant slices can turn into crispy bacon in this vegan recipe!

8 ingredients

Produce
  • 1 Eggplant, medium
  • 1 tsp Garlic powder
Condiments
  • 1 tbsp Agave
  • 1 1/2 tsp Liquid smoke
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Tamari sauce
Baking & Spices
  • 1 1/2 tsp Paprika, smoked
  • 1 Salt
Oils & Vinegars
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
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Plant-Based Recipes for Pizza Night

Craving pizza tonight? Us too. Today we're sharing our BEST plant-based recipes for the ultimate delicious pizza night! Prepare all of your essentials

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16 Raw Plant-Based Recipes

As summer gets closer, we find ourselves craving more raw foods. And finding any excuse to not have to turn on the oven. Can you relate? To help, we've

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15 One-Pot Plant-Based Meals - Making Thyme for Health

I know you guys love one-pot meals as much as I do! The less the dishes there are to wash in the world, the better. I’ve made it my mission to develop as many one-pot or one-skillet meatless recipes as I possibly can over the years and I’m pretty stoked with the collection I have […]

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Whole Food Plant Based 20 Minute Recipes - Monkey and Me Kitchen Adventures

We’ve gathered a trusted list of 20 Minute Recipes that are Whole Food Plant Based, oil free, healthy, delicious, and sure to please!

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10 High Protein Plant Based Foods

I’m proudly plant-based. I think that nature offers us everything we need to survive and thrive in this busy, demanding world, whilst protecting the planet we live on. There are many reasons to become plant-based: your health, animal welfare, the environment, but the most common question I get asked is inevitably “where do you get your protein from?!” Look no further – here are the numbers for ten plant-based sources of protein (plus some bonus favorites), and how they compare against animal-derived sources of protein. I’ve included a handy table at the end for quick reference. We need protein to maintain our body’s structure and functions. Proteins are made up of amino acids, which are vital to many of the processes and building blocks that make up our organs and cells. While animal sources of protein can provide us with all the essential amino acids we need; it’s actually entirely possible to get these in a plant-based diet, by combining sources of protein, such as pulses and seeds. Plant-based powders are densely packed with protein. My favorite is yellow pea powder, which is the staple in my Just Add Water™ blend, but there are plenty of other options for adding to smoothies or juices if you’re looking to increase your protein intake. These pack by far the biggest punch on average when compared to meat or other plant protein sources and are easily found in health food stores or online. Pulses and legumes, such as chickpeas and lentils, are versatile additions to homemade dishes such as salad, curry, or stir fry. They absorb flavors well and can give a range of textures to suit, depending on how long they are cooked for. Chickpeas can also be roasted in spices, which make a clean, crunchy snack similar to popcorn for when the cravings hit! If you’re an on-the-go kind of person and like to get your protein in as a snack, pumpkin seeds are great on their own, whether toasted or not, or can be sprinkled into salads to give some crunch. Almonds are delicious between meals or used to give nuttiness to morning oats. Both manage to hold their own against meat and fish options, but it is important to be mindful of how much fat they contain. Whole food options in the form of green cruciferous vegetables like broccoli tend to give us about as much protein as whole milk, but black beans (which are technically also legumes), pack a respectable 22g per 100g, placing them on par with most fish options. Finally, let’s talk about pressed plant proteins: tofu, tempeh, and seitan. Though I try to eat mostly raw or whole food, these are so easily prepared off-the-shelf that they deserve a mention. Not only are they versatile and delicious in most types of cuisine, they are normally far less processed than their meatier counterparts. While tofu finishes last in our ranking with only 8g protein per 100g, tempeh is much more generous at 20g per 100g. The hero of the day is seitan, managing to contain almost as much as my favorite yellow pea powder, at 75g per 100g – that’s pretty impressive! One of the greatest benefits when it comes to plant-based sources of protein is the fiber that comes along with it. We already know quite a bit about the benefits of fiber: it helps with digestion and gut health, it offsets the glycemic spike normally seen after eating, and it helps to protect against colon cancer. However, a recent paper published in the prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, showed that people with higher intakes of fiber in their diet over a forty-year period had fewer chronic health problems commonly linked to lifestyle, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol. The truth is, we humans can only absorb approximately 35g of protein per meal, three times per day. This is already far more than most of us would ever need, as the recommendations state that about 56g for men and 46g for women are adequate daily totals for most stages of life. When it comes to plant-based foods, calorie density is lower which means that you can fill up on greens without busting your waistline, staying fuller for longer and feeling great with a healthy balance of nutrients from all-natural sources. XO - Serena

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11 easy plant-based recipes for beginners on the go!

Switching to a plant-based diet can be difficult for some people at first. You are not sure what foods to eat and how to prepare meals. This can be

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31 Plant-Based Recipes That Aren't Salads - foodiecrush .com

There's no need to go fully vegan or vegetarian to experience the benefits of a plant-based diet, and now is the time to add more of them to your diet.

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VEGAN TIKKA MASALA

This recipe is so easy to make and way better than takeout! We recently made this for one of our live cooking classes and it was amazing! So good that I had to share the recipe here. Tikka Masala can be made in so many different ways but I love this variation with the mushrooms and garbanzo beans.

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