MealsPure Plant-Based Joy
Learning how to cook beans gives you access to the cheapest and most delicious source of nutrition. Done correctly, cooking beans requires time, but little effort.
Spinach Artichoke Mac and Cheese is delicious, high protein, plant-based comfort food. Fast, 1-pot prep with pantry and freezer ingredients.
Even meat-eaters will appreciate a healthy, plant-based high-protein meal with this crispy air-fried tofu recipe. Freeze and thaw tofu for a chewy texture that absorbs flavor of favorite seasonings, and air-fry for a crispy exterior.
You can make crispy air-fried vegetables with no oil if you have good seasoning. Serve tasty snacks as finger food, sides or toppers for soup and salad. A micro-spritz of avocado oil improves the crunch factor.
Turn basic and boring vegetables into high demand centerpieces. The spicy kale sauté sauce layers all five tastes: spicy, sweet, salty, sour and umami.
This rich, vegan creamed spinach has an elegant Steakhouse-style presentation–sans butter, cream and cheese. Done in 10 minutes.
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What’s THAT sauce? It transforms anything and everything into 5-star restaurant quality cuisine. Adjust ingredients to dial the heat up or down. THAT sauce is that good.
Simple, 15-minutes recipe inspired by traditional Malaysian-Chinese noodle soup. Coconut Curry Noodle soup is a creamy, mild broth flavored with a store-bought curry paste. Delicious meal that will please the whole family.
Tempeh Sausage & Spinach Gnocchi is a 20-minute, one-pan, whole food, plant-based dish that’s sky high in fiber and protein. The crumbled tempeh is soft and chewy, and flavored with a smoky mix of sweet and spicy seasonings, blending the creamy spinach and flavorful bites of gnocchi into a quick and comforting meal.
Fagioli Borlotti e Gnocchi is a cranberry bean and potato dumpling soup. This Italian recipe calls for simple and fresh ingredients that taste like summer even on snowy winter days. Full of fiber, protein, nutrients and flavor.
This creamy Indian black bean recipe has traditional flavor, yet relatively few spices. It’s quick and easy to make, and full of fiber, protein and nutrients. Indian black beans are immune boosting, gut-friendly and heart-healthy.
Freeze-and-thaw preparation transforms soft tofu into chewy meat. Once the tofu is ready, you’re 30-minutes away from a standing ovation. Mix and match flours, seasonings and toppings to create crunchy (or soft), mouthwatering and flavorful Vegan Fried Chicken Nuggets.
Spinach artichoke spaghetti squash upgrades the rich and tangy classic into a comforting, plant-based meal packed with fiber and protein. No dairy, oil or added sugar, quick and easy prep.
A trifecta of fragrant flavors! The earthy beans and black rice are balanced by the savory spice of kimchi and brightened with cilantro ginger cream. Packed with probiotics, fiber and protein, this colorful dish electrifies the taste buds with mouthwatering sensations.
Vegan Black Bean Queso Blanco is hearty, creamy and rich. Packed with fiber, protein and a rainbow of antioxidants, it’s a legit fiesta in your mouth. Serve as is, stuff inside a tortilla/ romaine lettuce wrap, pour over greens, rice or chips.
Loaded Sweet Potatoes are packed with fiber, protein and a rainbow of antioxidants. No oil or sugar required—the savory tahini sauce is zesty and rich. Mix and match preferred vegetables.
Vegan Shepherd’s Pie is a savory, comfort-food classic, packed with protein and fiber in a robust umami cream. Very healthy. Very satisfying.
Roasted Eggplant with Chili Garlic Sauce balances meaty and crunchy textures with the four cornerstones of flavor: sweet, salty, spicy and sour. This easy-to-prepare, nutrient-dense recipe is worthy of five stars.
Properly softened the kale and cabbage have a tender texture, and this hummus-based vegan kale caesar dressing offers surprisingly authentic flavor.
The creamy, deep flavor of Vegan Broccoli Cheddar Soup rivals Panera’s. My kids loved this #WholeFoodPlantBased recipe.
Each serving of Tomato Cream Soup is packed with 10g of fiber, 15g of protein and tons of vitamin C. There’s no dairy—walnuts and lentils blend into a sweet, decadent texture. Ripe tomatoes create a fresh summer flavor (even in the dead of winter). Tomato cream soup is a hearty full meal that will please the whole family.
Super Greens Immune Boosting Soup has all the nutrients you need to survive cold and flu season. Every ingredient nourishes body, mind and soul.
The tofu scramble gives authentic texture to vegan fried rice, and downright surpasses the flavor of an egg. This basic recipe makes a nice alternative to steamed rice, or turn it into a main meal by adding your favorite proteins and vegetables.
Eggplant Spaghetti Balls are a delicious way to increase your family’s veggie intake under the guise of an authentic Italian meal. These have over 10 grams of fiber per serving.
Roasting the garlic and butternut squash creates a caramelized flavor, which is complimented by the coconut milk, Old Bay seasoning and lime juice for a unique flavor profile. The result is a bright and creamy, yet simple bisque that pleases everyone.
Spicy Thai Lasagna infuses a savory Italian dish with a burst of Indian flavor. The chili garlic and sriracha sauce marinate eggplant, mushroom and kale. A cooling cashew cream softens the heat—a perfect blend of yin and yang. This unique recipe is an absolute delight to the senses.
Simple Spicy Red Beans are the ultimate comfort food. Use canned beans for a meal done in minutes, or start from scratch with dried beans.
Lentil fritters are a complete meal packed into a small ball, full of fiber, vegetables and anti-inflammatory nutrition. Serve them over salad, with cucumber, tomato and avocado in a pita wrap or as a stand alone meal. Freeze the leftovers and use them as a grab-and-go lunch.
Can you make a meatless meat sauce? Yep. For vegan bolognese, use lentils. This recipe is about as easy to prepare as it gets.