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Cinnamon Raisin Bread (Gluten-Free)By Leah St John, CHNThis tried and tested gluten-free Cinnamon Raisin Bread is packed with lots of raisins and fragrant Ceylon cinnamon. It's so tasty you can eat it plain, or top a slice with mashed banana, nut butter and jam, or sliced apple and plant-based cream cheese.
Leek, Potato, & Corn ChowderBy Leah St John, CHNThis scrumptious Leek, Potato, and Corn Chowder is a hearty and warming soup that is perfect for making during the cooler months. It's simple and easy to make, and is sure to be a winter favorite!
Apple Trail Mix Cookies (Gluten-Free)By Leah St John, CHNThese delectable soft and chewy Apple Trail Mix Cookies are gluten-free, oil-free, peanut-free, and vegan. They are delightful with a cup of tea or as a grab and go snack* for school or work. Trust us, you won't be able to eat just one!
Veggie & Chickpea Red Thai CurryBy Leah St John, CHNThis fragrant red Thai curry is wonderful as a quick dinner when paired with wild rice or quinoa. You can follow the recipe exactly, or mix it up depending on what veggies you have on hand.
Mexican Pasta Bake with KaleBy Leah St John, CHNIf you're in need of a quick and tasty meal, this Mexican Pasta Bake with Kale fits the bill. It has a crispy breadcrumb topping, contains our yummy Veggie Taco Meat, and is a great way to include kale in your diet.
Spinach & Artichoke DipBy Leah St John, CHNGreat for sharing at parties, potlucks, or other gatherings, this Spinach & Artichoke Dip is a healthy whole food plant-based take on the much-loved classic. It’s an especially yummy way to eat your greens, and can be made in just 15 minutes!
Potato EmpanadasBy Leah St John, CHNThese tasty veggie meat-stuffed empanadas are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They are a fantastic way to use leftover mashed potato, and are delicious served with a side salad or great as a grab and go lunch.
Veggie Taco MeatBy Leah St John, CHNThis veggie taco meat is easy to prepare and makes a delicious addition to a variety of meals. You could add it to tacos, burritos, lasagna, a gluten-free pizza, nachos, or even an energy bowl.
Confetti Romaine SaladBy Leah St John, CHNWhether you want to eat a big salad for a meal or just need a side salad, this simple 5-ingredient confetti salad is a great option. It only takes about 15 minutes to make and is colorful, crunchy, and refreshing. And if you are in need of a salad dressing to top it with, you can try our recipe for Avocado Lemon Dill Salad Dressing (the recipe link is below).
Avocado Lemon Dill Salad DressingBy Leah St John, CHNThis tangy and creamy Avocado Lemon Dill Salad Dressing is a great way to add an extra boost of flavor to any salad! Additionally, it's oil-free and only takes a few minutes to make. Avocados boast many great health benefits and are a great source of healthy fats, fiber, and an array of vitamins and minerals.
Plant-Based Pho (Asian Noodle Soup)By Leah St John, CHNThis Plant-Based Pho (Asian Noodle Soup) is one of our all-time favorite soup recipes! It’s warming, really yummy, and can be made in just over 30 minutes. Best of all, it contains lots of veggies and immune-boosting ingredients such as garlic, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves, so it’s perfect for helping to prevent colds and flu during the wintertime.
Split Pea SoupBy Leah St John, CHNDo you need a simple yet hearty meal that will warm you up on a chilly day? Look no further, because our vegan Split Pea Soup fits the bill. Comforting and hearty, this soup is delicious and easy to make. And thanks to the split peas and veggies, it’s packed full of plant protein and fiber.
Three Bean Vegetable ChiliBy Leah St John, CHNThis Three Bean Vegetable Chili is a tried and tested crowd-pleaser! Chock full of veggies and beans, it's a great dish to make for meal prep, or you could take it to a potluck for everyone to enjoy.
Gluten-Free Jalapeño Cornbread MuffinsBy Leah St John, CHNSlightly sweet with a hint of heat, these spicy Jalapeno Cornbread Muffins go great with a bowl of chili or stew. They are easy to make and are oil-free, gluten-free, and vegan.
Cheesy Sun-dried Tomato HummusBy Leah St John, CHNIf you like pizza you're going to love this hummus! A perfect marriage of Italian flavors, this hummus features sundried tomatoes, fresh basil, and roasted garlic. Use as a dip, spread on a sandwich or a wrap, or even use it as a pasta sauce thinned out with some of the reserved pasta cooking liquid.
Pesto HummusBy Leah St John, CHNThis Kale & Parsley Pesto Hummus combines two of our favorite recipes to make something new. Spread on a sandwich with some fresh tomatoes, use as a pizza sauce, or just enjoy it with some sliced vegetables.
Smoky Red Pepper Sandwich SpreadBy Leah St John, CHNThis Smoky Red Pepper Sandwich Spread is tasty and easy to make and packed with plant-protein and vegetables. And when prepped on the weekend, this sandwich spread is great to have on hand to make quick lunches for work or school during the week.
Artichoke Lemon Dill Sandwich SpreadBy Leah St John, CHNArtichokes are a powerhouse of nutrition. Lemon and dill perfectly pair with artichokes in this protein-packed sandwich spread. Not only can it be used as a sandwich spread, but it can also be added to wraps or salads.
Chocolate Orange Cranberry Energy BitesBy Leah St John, CHNThese Chocolate Orange Cranberry Energy Bites are a decadent treat that can be made in advance and added to a lunch box throughout the week, or you could even take them to parties or give them as gifts during the holidays.
Sweet Or Savory Cashew Cream SauceBy Leah St John, CHNThis basic cashew cream only requires 3 ingredients and is quick to make. You can add in additional ingredients and make it sweet or savory, it's up to you.
Carrot and Olive HummusBy Leah St John, CHNThis carrot and olive hummus with toasted cumin seeds is a real treat for the tastebuds! Though it may sound like an unusual combination of flavors, they work together so well. Not only are they a delicious addition to this hummus, olives have many health benefits! Olives are a great source of healthy fats, fiber, vitamin E, copper, and iron. In addition, they possess powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Banana Bread Protein SmoothieBy Leah St John, CHNThe banana bread smoothie recipe is nutritious and great for boosting energy! It is packed with plant-based protein, yet there is no protein powder in sight. Plus, it contains 2 servings of vegetables per serving. It boasts 12g of protein, plus more if you use plant-based milk that contains additional protein! We like to add oat milk to our smoothies, with the brand we use boasting 4g per one cup serving.
Carrot, Cilantro, & Lime JuiceBy Leah St John, CHNBoost your immune system and cleanse your body with this vibrant and refreshing three ingredient juice. The main ingredient in this juice, carrots are rich in antioxidants and boast high amounts of beta-carotene which the body converts a percentage of into retinol, an active form of vitamin A. Vitamin A boosts the immune system, protects eye health, and supports healthy growth and reproduction. Cilantro and limes are also beneficial for health, as they both contain antioxidant compounds that help detoxify the body and boost immune function.
Pumpkin Spice Matcha LatteBy Leah St John, CHNEnjoy the benefits of matcha and satisfy your pumpkin spice craving with this Pumpkin Spice Matcha Latte. It's quick and easy to make and tastes like fall!
Smoky Beetroot HummusBy Leah St John, CHNThis smoky beetroot hummus has a vibrant color and tastes wonderful. Who knows, maybe you'll even win over friends and family who don't like beets! Beetroots contain potent phytonutrients called betalains, which give them their vibrant red and golden colors and boast antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity.
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