This is a quickie roundup of my top 10 most popular recipes from 2017. I’ve noticed a trend, how about you? People love traditional foods that are heart-warming, remind us of family and many of the good times we’ve spent.
Do you see one of your favorites? If not, I’d love to know what recipes you love, plant-based or not. I can transform just about any recipe so please share your favorite recipe in the comments below and I’ll put it on my list.
Here’s your list.
Popular Recipes from 2017
Baked Vegan Macaroni and Cheese
So good, even the kids will love it! This Mac and Cheese recipe is a perfect go-to when starting a plant-based diet, but also delicious enough to use over and over again.
Pressure Cooker Black Beans (Instant Pot)
These no soak black beans cook up in 30 minutes with this easy pressure cooker recipe. Perfect to use in casseroles, on salads, or in salsa. They’re a great addition to your plant-based diet.
Lentil Shepherd’s Pie
This Lentil Shepherd’s Pie comfort food is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters, plant-based or not!
Green Goddess Grain Bowl
If you haven’t tried a grain bowl, this Green Goddess bowl is THE ONE to start with. It has amazing flavors and texture.. plus it’s oh so good for you!
Black Bean Tacos with Avocado Cream
The smooth, creamy and earthy avocado cream is the perfect addition to these black bean tacos.
Pasta Puttanesca with Spinach
This pasta puttanesca with spinach is delicious and will remind you of a yummy supreme pizza without all the dough.
Sweet Potato Veggie Lasagna
This is a wonderful recipe that is filling without expanding your waistline as the original version could. This dish is the perfect dinner or pot luck “go-to!”
This delicious, creamy beefless stew is a healthier take on the original traditional comfort dish. So hearty and satisfying you’ll want to savor each bite. This is perfect for a dinner party or a simple dinner with the family.
One of the tricks to deepen the “meaty” flavor in plant-based dishes is by adding ingredients that develop the umami flavor. I’ve got you covered with this savory mushroom stroganoff.
The best part about a stuffed peppers recipe is how versatile it can be. Use up veggies from the week to make a hearty and unique dish every time. Or follow this recipe!
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