If you want an occasional treat, you might as well have the very best recipe that uses only plant-based ingredients! Fran Costigan’s Chocolate-Dipped Coconut Macaroons are made with chia seeds instead of egg whites, and contain a delicious blend of shredded coconut, coconut flour and coconut (or almond) milk. This recipe is ideal for Passover celebrations but can be enjoyed at other times throughout the year to highlight special moments with family and friends.
Turn a classic sandwich spread into a delicious plant-based lunch with Chef Stefen Janke’s recipe for Un-Tuna Sandwich. Start with a base of chopped chickpeas, add scallions, celery, roasted red peppers, cashew cream sauce and a medley of seasonings and spices…then assemble on whole wheat bread or tortillas with your choice of fresh produce. The recipe can be prepared in just 10 minutes and is perfect for packed lunches and picnics alike.
Our recipe for Avocado Quinoa Mango Salad is perfect for a light and fresh bite. Quinoa is prepared in a cumin garlic lime dressing, then joins other tasty ingredients including greens, avocado, mango, black beans and red onions, which can be layered in a jar and taken on the go, or prepared at home by mixing everything together in a large bowl. This unique salad is simple to make and features a delightful combination of colors, textures and flavors.
Plant-based nurse extraordinaire Jane Esselstyn and her mom Ann Esselstyn bring us their beloved recipe for Smoky Little Devils, a wholesome take on deviled eggs that is egg-free and uses nutritious red potatoes, green onions, and oil-free hummus. This crowd-pleasing appetizer is sure to impress your guests with both presentation and flavor!
Our Southwest Chipotle Quinoa is a simple, nutritious meal that comes together in minutes. While quinoa is cooking on the stove, a variety of healthful vegetables and legumes are sauteed, including black beans, corn, zucchini, and onion. The two pans then unite in a burst of flavor, thanks to peppers and spices like chipotle, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and cumin. Those who like a little more heat may indulge in additional chipotle, and those who do not can omit it entirely. This plant-based meal is sure to become a regular, wholesome and tasty dinner in your home!
Cathy Fisher’s Zucchini Bread demonstrates that amazing desserts can be made without any eggs, oil, or refined sugar. Zucchinis and apples make the bread moist, while cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger give it a comforting, familiar flavor. While you can swap in some store-bought equivalents, this plant-based recipe takes a true ‘do-it-yourself’ approach, including grinding your own flour, making your own nut milk, and blending whole dates to make a natural sweetener. At the end, you will be rewarded with an irresistible, 100 percent homemade baked good that will have your family and friends begging for more.
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!