Our Tofu Fried Rice starts out with diced tofu that is first baked, then marinated in a Sweet Peanut Soy Sauce and sautéed to seal in the flavors. Afterward, sautéed veggies and brown rice are added and tossed in the remaining sauce to combine and unify the ingredients. This healthful, savory plant-based dish is simple to make and will have your family raving!
Winter is still lingering and a nice, warm bowl of Clamless Chowder is a flavorful and healthful way to warm up! This recipe by Chef Stefen Janke starts out with sautéing celery, carrots, onions, and garlic in vegetable broth while boiling potatoes to al dente. Plant-based milk and cashew cream are then added to give the dish the traditional New England clam chowder creaminess, while hearts of palm provide texture and kelp granules help to capture the ‘flavor of the sea.’ This dish is guaranteed to leave your family full and happy!
When was the last time you enjoyed a nice bowl of whole food, plant-based chili? Our Slow Cooker Seven Veggie Chili combines a medley of beans, vegetables, and spices into a delightful mix of flavors that is guaranteed to please. The best part? After sautéing the onions and peppers, you simply add everything to your slow cooker then sit back and relax. Share this wholesome and simple meal with your family tonight.
In our recipe for Homemade Spinach Tortellini With White Wine Sauce, we teach you how to make pasta from scratch using just a few plant-based ingredients. While the recipe can be used to create pasta of any shape, this one features a delightful spinach and dairy-free ricotta filling that is perfect for tortellini and ravioli alike. Try it out with our White Wine Sauce, marinara, or even plant-based Alfredo sauce.
When the weather outside is cold and rainy, few things warm our bodies and spirits like a fresh bowl of homemade plant-based soup. In this recipe, we sauté onions and celery, then add vegetable broth and brown rice, letting it simmer until the rice is tender, after which roasted garlic and chunks of squash are added. This savory and healthful dish is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser in your home!
Corn tortillas and an oven—that is all you need to make wholesome corn chips in your own kitchen. This recipe lists several optional toppings too. Add one or more to ‘up the flavor’ of this healthful snack. After a short cooling period that will boost the crispiness of the chips, you can enjoy them as-is or serve them with a plant-based dip, such as our Rainbow Salsa, Homemade Hummus, Red Bell Pepper Dip, or Lentil Spread.
Juicing has become a popular way to get more nutrients into your diet. This recipe is meant to demonstrate a few combinations that use greens like kale, spinach, Swiss chard and romaine, vegetables such as cucumber, celery, and beet, as well as fruits like apple, pear, pineapple, and watermelon. Try these recipes as-is or feel free to experiment with your own mix of produce. Creativity is what makes juicing so fun!
Our Easy One-Pan Potato Bake is filling and satisfying, with chunks of potatoes mixed with onion, tomatoes, red bell pepper, and Kalamata olives. These veggies are then seasoned with fresh rosemary and bay leaf, tenderized with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, and baked until soft. As you encounter the warmth and fragrance of this dish upon taking it from the oven, your mouth will be watering before you take your first bite.
In our Oatmeal Muffins, fresh bananas and apples take the place of the eggs, oil, and sugar found in traditional muffin recipes. Mix these ripe fruits together with a few basic baking ingredients, then boost both flavor and texture with the addition of cinnamon, raisins, and walnuts. Pop them in the oven and your home will be filled with sweet and spicy smells until the timer dings in 35 minutes. The recipe makes 12 muffins that will satisfy your sweet tooth—the perfect treat for your loved ones!