Looking for a filling vegetarian dish? I got your answer here! With a whopping 27 g of protein and 13 g of fibre for one serving, it’s not a wonder why this dish will keep you satisfied for hours. Simple, whole ingredients make this dish hearty and healthy. Easy to make – add to your Sunday batch cooking list!
Thinking about going meatless but afraid you’ll miss the smokey flavour of bacon? I present you with this alternative – tempeh bacon! The sweetly smokey flavour of this recipe will do a pretty good job with filling your void for bacon.
Takeout? No way! For about the same amount of time it would take to order and pick up take-out, why don’t you take 30 minutes out of your day to prepare this hearty and delicious vegy miso bowl for dinner tonight!
My weeknight dinner staple! Minimal prep work involved and you can multi-task (worry-free) while the chickpea mixture cooks in the oven. The mixture of seasonings kick this simple ingredient meal up a notch! Enjoyed by herbivores and omnivores alike (tried, tested and true!) Inspired by the hilariously delicious Thug Kitchen cookbook.
A classic soup so creamy you would have never thought it to be vegan! The roasted chickpeas replace traditional croutons and almond milk adds a creamy texture. I make this soup almost every weekend! Adding this as a side to any meal ramps up your vegy intake – I like to refer to soups as ‘liquid salads’ ;). This recipe was inspired by the fabulous Angela LIddon from Oh She Glows.
“Vegans can’t get enough protein”
“Vegan foods aren’t filling”
“Eating vegan is too hard”
“Eating vegan means eating rabbit food”