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Cocoa Cookie Dough Balls

Cocoa Cookie Dough Balls

Dreena Burton’s Cocoa Cookie Dough Balls are made with plant-based delights such as dates, oats, almonds, and cocoa. With just 7 ingredients and a 10 minute prep time, this is an excellent recipe to get your kids involved in the kitchen so they can learn about healthful eating. By rolling them into balls, you get a perfect portion size that will satisfy your sweet tooth without the temptation to overindulge. We know that your whole family will enjoy this chocolatey dessert!

Classic Mushroom Risotto

Classic Mushroom Risotto

We are taking the intimidation factor out of making homemade risotto with our Classic Mushroom Risotto. The recipe uses just 7 main ingredients (with two optional items) and can be prepared in about 30 minutes. The mushrooms and leeks should be cooked and set aside until the end to prevent them from getting mushy. To make the rice creamy, use a pan that is the same size as your burner then gradually add hot vegetable broth, stirring regularly though not constantly. As the rice rubs together it will generate starch and produce a smooth, rich texture. Once you have reached al dente, the vegetables can be added as well as the optional vegan Parmesan. While you must stay vigilant during the cooking process, this is a dish that any home cook can master. Enjoy it as a quick weeknight meal, or as an impressing offering for dinner party guests.

Creamy Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Creamy Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Chef Stefen Janke’s Creamy Steel-Cut Oatmeal can be made in just 10-15 minutes, then should be stored in the refrigerator overnight. It features only three ingredients (with some optional items like maple syrup, homemade nut milk, and berries). Not only is it a wholesome way to start your day, but you can actually enjoy it for up to one week because the oats get creamier when reheated! We have scaled the recipe to 2 servings, so multiply the ingredient amounts if you would like to make a bigger batch.

Wonderful Waffles

Wonderful Waffles

Now you can enjoy your favorite breakfast classic in an all plant-based form. Our recipe for Wonderful Waffles is free of dairy, eggs and oil. With 6 simple ingredients, you can whip up a batch in 20 minutes and start your day with a yummy and wholesome meal.

Fiesta Fajitas

Fiesta Fajitas

It is time to party, Tex-Mex style! Our Fiesta Fajitas are 100 percent plant-based, filled with veggies like yellow squash, red onion and tomatoes then seasoned with spicy favorites including cumin, pepper and chili powder. The recipe is simple and versatile, so feel free to add, swap or omit ingredients based on your preferences. Your family will love the southwestern flare of this dish, and you will feel happy knowing you are feeding them a wholesome, nutritious meal.

Thai Eggplant Stir Fry

Thai Eggplant Stir Fry

Our Thai Eggplant Stir Fry features some of the best late summer vegetables, including eggplant and a medley of colorful bell peppers, that are combined with tofu then tossed in a flavorful mix of tamari, Hoisin and chili sauce. The meal can be on your table in about 30 minutes and uses just one skillet, which makes for easy clean up. A perfect weeknight meal for the whole family!

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies are an American classic. Now you can treat yourself (and your loved ones) with a better-for-you version that is still chocolaty and delicious. Our recipe is free of oil, butter, and eggs, relying instead on wholesome plant-based ingredients. Healthful baking never tasted so good!

Very Strawberry Salad

Very Strawberry Salad

We call this recipe Very Strawberry Salad because it is packed with 3 cups of wholesome fresh strawberries, which are used in both the salad and the homemade dressing. The salad is composed of three simple ingredients: leafy greens, strawberries and walnuts, then we teach you how to whip up a fruity, oil-free dressing that complements the fresh produce perfectly. A light, healthful and refreshing option, this dish can be enjoyed as an appetizer, side dish, or main entree.

Mango Fried Rice

Mango Fried Rice

If you consider mango a dessert or snack, think again! This recipe will widen your horizons by showing how incredible mangos can be in a lunch or dinner entree! Brown or basamati rice is tossed with onions, garlic, tomatoes, green beans, cashews, and mango, then flavored with soy sauce, lime juice, fresh ginger, sriracha, and red pepper flakes. There is no oil in this ‘fried’ rice recipe! Sweet, spicy and simple to prepare, this is a wholesome weekday meal for the entire family.

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