One of your favorite breakfast classics can be made in a more healthful way with this recipe for Sunday Morning Smoked Tofu Benedict. Although the prep time looks long, this is mostly because the tofu needs to be refrigerated at least two hours to soak up the sweet and smoky flavors of the marinade. To make it quicker in the morning, simply marinate the tofu overnight. When you wake up, the tofu can be popped in the oven as you prepare the other components: an amazing, plant-based Hollandaise Sauce, sauteed spinach, toasted English muffins, and sliced tomato and avocado. Assemble and enjoy as-is, or serve with another breakfast side like our Wholesome Power Wedges, Roasted Breakfast Potatoes or Sweet Potato Hash.
Our Edamame Stir Fry is the perfect, healthful dinner for busy days. Prep involves whisking a simple sauce and cutting up veggies. After that carrots, red bell pepper, corn, edamame, and garlic chives are tossed in a skillet, cooked until fork tender, and finished off with a light tamari, ginger, garlic and orange sauce. You will love how fast this colorful and flavorful meal comes together, with little cleanup required.
Our recipe for Cinnamon Coffee Cake teaches you how to make this classic baked good with all plant-based ingredients. The moist cake is accented by a crunchy top layer that gets its sweet and spicy flavor from sucanat, nutmeg and cinnamon. Enjoy with a warm beverage in the morning or slice it up when guests come over to visit. This is a wholesome treat that is guaranteed to delight!
Our Spinach and Mushroom Quiche is one hundred percent plant-based ingredients and has no eggs or dairy! The recipe can be made with a tofu batter or a chickpea flour batter…your choice. You can also prepare it with or without the crust, swap or add in extra filling vegetables, and serve it hot or cold. You will love the versatility and the flavor!
Chef Stefen Janke’s Chocolate Ginger Chia Pudding is a fun treat and a great way to get the nutritious chia seed into your diet. As Homemade Nut Milk simmers on the stove, it is flavored with cocoa powder, cinnamon, ginger and turmeric, and then sweetened with a couple Medjool dates. These elements infuse the pudding with a rich taste, while chia seeds are stirred in for a little bit of texture. Prepare this dessert ahead of time, as two hours of refrigeration is required before the mixture can be pureed, then poured into serving cups and returned to the fridge to set up. Serve with a sprinkle of chia and your favorite colorful fruit. This recipe is wonderful as an everyday dessert, but by giving it a pretty presentation it can also be perfect for a dinner party as an elegant way to end your meal.
This simple Asparagus Soup recipe uses vegetable broth, water, leeks, and asparagus, along with your choice of herbs (fennel, thyme, dill, and parsley). Just cook the veggies, simmer with the liquids, then puree in the blender. Broccoli can be used in place of asparagus and you can also make the soup creamier by adding Miso Cashew Cream. The recipe is scaled to two servings but it can easily be doubled or tripled to serve more.
Dreena Burton’s Bliss in a Dish (Chickpea and Artichoke One-Pot Wonder) is a hearty and satisfying plant-based casserole. The recipe is a combination of all of our favorite wholesome ingredients, including chickpeas, artichokes, potatoes, tomatoes, red bell pepper, garlic, and olives, that are then tossed with a variety of herbs and baked to perfection. Bring your loved ones to the table with a dish that will fuel them with nutrients and show them how much you care.
You will never believe how easy it is to make your own healthful and flavorful oil-free Homemade Hummus! We include instructions for Classic Hummus, but also five variations including Harrisa and Mint Hummus, Artichoke and Rosemary Hummus, Spicy Hummus, Sweet Potato Hummus, and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus. Try them as a dip for vegetables and whole wheat crackers, or use your favorite as a spread on our Hummus Veggie Wrap.
Our Hummus Veggie Wrap will allow you to experiment with fresh produce and plant-based flavors while preparing a quick and satisfying lunch. We include a recipe for Homemade Hummus that has instructions for a classic version and five fun variations. Choose your favorite then fill the wrap with your choice of lettuce, peppers, cucumber, tomato, avocado, spinach, sprouts, microgreens, basil, mint and any other fruit or veggie that your heart desires. This versatile recipe will keep you coming back for more, eager to explore how each unique combination will tantalize your taste buds.