Plant-forward recipes put produce at the center of your plate, instead of the typical protein. While there are entire diets based on this premise, incorporating just a few meals a week that are plant-based can do wonders for your health.
This recipe brings plenty of protein to your winter plate with sprouts, pecans, and cinnamon to warm any dinner table. A simple 30 minute marinade will get you started!
This simple soup includes some vegan superpowers in the form of nutritional yeast and cashews. Nutritional yeast is an inactive yeast that adds a cheesy flavor (think of it like a parmesan cheese substitute). Not only does it add flavor, it is a good source of vitamin B12.
Filled with slicing and dicing, this recipe takes a bit longer than our normal quick fixes. Don’t be shy, the colors and nutrition are beautifully presented on any plate!
The bright color of carrots isn’t just aesthetically appealing but also signals how healthy they are. Low in calories but high in the carotenoids (which help our immune system function) help our eyes and our bodies run smoothly.