Easy to prepare and full of good-for-you protein.
What a treat to have homemade yogurt covered in berries or topped with granola. It's a great way to introduce more good bacteria into your system that can help you loose weight and reduce inflammation.
This filling sandwich has it all - crunchiness and satisfying flavor. The tempeh ups the protein and provide great fiber, as well.
Wonderfully simple, brimming with fiber and protein and oh so delicious.
This no-oil version of an awesome dip will have you swooning for more.
You won't believe how delicious these brownies are. And, it's a great way to get more beans into your diet.
Easy to make tortilla chips. You won't feel guilty with this snack.
This delicious recipe is sure to satisfy your vegetarian urgings. Use fresh herbs to make it great!
Delicious bean salad without added oil.
This easy to make hearty salad is full on flavor and full of satisfaction.
A dynamite way to start your plant-based day.
Elegant, plant-strong AND east to make. Voila! Dinner is served.
Chock full of plant-based goodness. Veggies never tasted so good :)
This super, plant-based recipe is sure to please with pineapple and marinated tofu. Reminiscent of Chinese Sweet and Sour with a healthy twist
Super easy superfood! Enjoy this #1 rated plant-based veggie in a flash.
Just the right amount of spice with red peppers to make it colorful.
Super plant-powdered with swiss chard. Add little light coconut milk and you're on your way to Thai heaven.
Curry powder spices up this satisfying egg substitute.
Great on a hot night, this nutritious salad is easy to make. Add baked tofu if you want to up your protein.
Soothing, refreshing and full of good nutrition. Try this soup cold or hot.
Potatoes have awesome nutrition. This low-fat recipe is sure to please :)
Lentils are a great source of protein. High in fiber and good for your heart, they also help stabilize your blood sugar.
Super quick dinner or breakfast. Tacos with corn tortillas - the smart choice for zero fat. And, you won't miss the cheese.
Loaded with beta carotene and you can eat the peel, too.
Pasta with Pesto (No Added Oil )
I couldn't detect any taste difference, but this recipe has NO olive oil.
This flavor dynamo is sure to be one of your favorites!
Serve over soft polenta for an easy gourmet meal and a most delicious flavor.
This crunchy treat has no added oil, but is super tasty.
Red peppers - full of vitamin C. Stuffed with sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, rice and swiss chard. Mucho plant-powdered veggies here.
This quick curry-chutney flavored wrap is great for lunch or dinner. Serve with roasted cauliflower.
These pancakes were awesome and very little work. Use your ripe bananas and a little pancake mix.
Who knew that baby lima beans were so good. Try it, I think you'll like it!
Taste like it's been simmered for hours. Mushrooms and asparagus make it plantalicious.
Let this easy dip take the place of unhealthy afternoon snacks! Loaded with protein and plant-based goodness.
You won't believe how much this tastes like the real thing and it's so easy to make.
Roasted vegetables can be so versatile. Use them in sandwiches, on salads, as a side.
We've had amazing oranges from our tree this year! This salad is refreshing and a great addition to your plant-powdered diet.
Low fat and still a healthy option for a plant-based diet! Yogurt adds a little zing and roasting the night before, saves you time. (contains dairy)
So quick to make in your Vitamixer, you have no excuse not to be pant-powdered!
I'm on a mission to find a great veggie burger. Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce add a kick and a great smoky flavor.
Vegetable juicing is part of Dr. Fuhrman's anti-cancer solution (here) but he also recommends it on a daily basis.
What a yummy way to get vegetables into your breakfast. Not as sweet as carrot cake, but oh so delicious and moist. (contains eggs)
This fresh, crunchy salad was prepared by Chef Matthew Purnell in a vegan cooking class.The dressing zings with flavor and the dish is mucho plant-powdered!
What a dynamite combo of nutritious food! And an oil-free dressing to boot. You won't believe how good this is :)
Don't forget to include this very important meal in your day. This combo of oats and quinoa flakes will keep you full.
This delicious tangy, sweet and crunchy salad hits the spot when your looking for a plant-based easy meal.
This soup is awesome! Indulge by adding coconut milk at the very end, but it's great the way it is, too.
When you're craving a beef burger, but know you shouldn't, try these surprisingly "beefy" alternatives.
When your craving a snack late in the afternoon, don't give in to high-fat badness. This hummus is is easy to make and hits the spot.
Nutrient-rich soup in a jiffy with good for you yams and tomatoes.
A great way to start the day. Broccoli sprouts for greenery, the addition of chopped peppers and green onion make it plant-based! (contains eggs)
Leave out the apple chicken sausage to make it vegan. A great coarse for Thanksgiving.
You can never get too much of your leafy greens. This easy-to-make omelet uses swiss chard or kale. One of the best greens you can eat.(contains eggs)
A scrumptious blend of veggie goodness with a
low fat "cream" sauce. You won't believe the flavor!
Get a healthy dose of Lycopene ini this easy to make soup. Whip it up in time for lunch or dinner.
It's easy to make and helps you cut the processed oil. Store in these cute Mason jars.
Curb your afternoon cravings with this dip made with tofu and kicked up a notch with basil. Plant-based delish!
The creaminess comes from tahini and avocado. There's no added oil. Strong enough to hold up to any vegetable.
This spicy Korean version of sauerkraut is full of home-grown probiotics. Easy to make and helps your gut, too.
An oh-so-satisfying potato salad. Plant-based heaven and no glop :)
A very quick and easy salad.
You won't believe the cheesy, creamy flavor of this vegan soup - yep, no cheese or milk :) One of my faves!
Use your leftover quinoa in this satisfying, salad. A bit of kick and full of veggies.
YUM - One of my favorite plant-based meals and so easy to make!
One of my favorite soups! It's warm and comforting while providing a great burst of plant-based nutrition with coconut milk for creaminess. Yum!
A quick and easy recipe for buckwheat meatballs. Use them in a variety of dishes.
Be creative and use what's in your fridge. Brussels sprouts, beets, carrots and onions make this soup super plant-powdered.
Yes, it can be done. Add red peppers for variety and enjoy these crunchy delights!
A flavor burst for your taste buds and gluten-free if you like, as well. Use soy cheese to keep it vegan.
These bites are so satisfying and are a great addition to any plant-based dish to up the protein.
High in protein and packed with veggies, this salad will satisfy your hungriest eaters.
Substitute rice noodles for wheat if you want to stay gluten-free, but either way, this recipe is a flavor burst in your mouth!
No eggs and no cheese! Top with salsa or enchilada sauce for a Mexican flare and get plenty of protein from the added tofu.
A very satisfying mix of plant-powdered foods.
When you're craving a burger, this veggie version does the trick! Serve with Kale Chips.
Brimming with healthy sauerkraut this sandwich is sure to please.
It's worth the effort. You won't even miss the cheese!
Spiked with lemon and a hint of curry, this dish will surely delight your most picky eaters.
Good for your heart and yummy, too.
This nutritious, delightfully easy to cook grain (which is actually a seed and therefore gluten-free) is a powerhouse of nutrition.
Oh so yummy and full of soluble fiber.
This cold soup is brimming with vegetable and fruit goodness and is a great snack, any time of the day.
Here's my version with the unique twist of using raisin bread. It's a great way to use your homemade hummus, too.
It's so satisfying, delicious and easy to make. (contains dairy)
This is a warm and cozy meal. Easy to prepare and a delight to eat. Lots of onions that become oh so sweet. (contains eggs)
Chili is one of the easiest recipes to make yourself. I always have canned tomatoes and beans in the house.
One of my favorite salads. Broccoli is #12 on the top 30 super foods lilst.
What a delicious surprise these were. Filled with veggies and elegant enough to serve to guests (contains eggs)
What a dynamic duo - or I should say trio - kale, brussel sprouts and yams! Try the salad cold but, you can also serve it warm.
You may know that quinoa is the grain with the most protein. The mushroom and sun dried tomatoes give it a hearty flavor.
Onions are so wonderful when they've been roasted to sweet perfection. And, good for you, too.
Start the day with this delish green smoothie. What an easy way to get your greens in no time flat.
Combine soup with a salad every day and you rock in the "plant-based" arena.
You wouldn't guess that radishes are good cooked, but sure enough, they are! They have a potato-like quality.
Jump-start your plant-based meals with a cleanse.
Add these to your super foods list. Low on the glycemic index and full of super antioxidant nutrition. Substitute orange yams in a pinch.
Prepare foods that are colorful and your on the way to eating a plant-based meal. The surprise in this omelet is lettuce. Get your greens any way you can! (contains eggs)
This twist on mushroom soup has protein-rich quinoa and a touch of green from a zucchini.
You don't have to feel guilty about this one. Savory with just a touch of sweetness.
You won't believe how easy it is to make this granola. It's bursting with cinnamon and pistachio goodness.
Another awesome way to get your greens without much work. Use frozen spinach for this quick pasta.
Cranberries add a dash of color and up the nutrition.
Not grassy tasting AT ALL. A tasty combo of fruits and greens.
Brusting with flavor and a low-fat source of protein.
Here's a vegetarian version of stuffed poblano chilies with quinoa, yams and black beans. Pineapple salsa adds a touch of sweetness to compliment the mild spice.
Just as delicious for breakfast as dinner. Easy to make, too. (contains eggs)
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