This week the spotlight is shining on Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD of Wholly Plants!

Both Natalie Martin and Lexie Staten are Registered Dietitians and have a passion for sharing whole food recipes! Their background as farm girls gives them a unique, big-picture perspective about where food comes from and how it affects the planet. Their recipes are 100% made from plants and look epic! They both are reaping the reward of being whole-food plant-based and love sharing their recipes with the world.

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1. Chocolate 3-Layer Cake With Raspberry Fudge Icing

Vegan Chocolate 3-Layer Cake With Raspberry Fudge Icing 

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This Chocolate 3-Layer Cake With Raspberry Fudge Icing  is chocolate on chocolate on chocolate and in case that’s not enough, it’s covered in chocolate fudge icing because… why not? A whole food, plant-based chocolate 3-layer cake free of refined sugar, dairy, and oil covered in a 4-ingredient raspberry fudge icing.

2. Pesto Pasta Salad 

Vegan Pesto Pasta Salad 

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This Pesto Pasta Salad is easy to make and oil-free! Typical pesto is mostly oil, which adds TONS of processed and unnecessary fat. With a few tweaks, you’ve got more bang (aka nutrients) for your buck (aka calories).

3. Rosemary Stuffed Mushrooms 

Vegan Rosemary Stuffed Mushrooms 

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These Rosemary Stuffed Mushrooms  are wonderful if you love mushrooms and need a delicious dish to bring to your next get-together! They’re savory and come together without much effort, so you’ll be sure to enjoy them!

4. The Creamiest Mac and Cheese

Vegan Mac and Cheese with spinach

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The flavor and creaminess of this The Creamiest Mac and Cheese makes it a hit! Mushrooms and spinach add extra nutrients, but if these aren’t popular in your house feel free to swap in other veggies. Chopped peppers and green peas can offer a tasty twist.

5. Jackfruit Tacos With Garlic White Sauce 

Vegan Jackfruit Tacos With Garlic White Sauce

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These simple Jackfruit Tacos With Garlic White Sauce are flavorful. Jackfruit makes an awesome taco filling because it can really soak up flavor and offers a substantial texture. You can also make a tasty taco bowl by serving the filling and sauce over cooked whole grains and leafy greens. Or just eat the filling on it’s own.

6. 4-Ingredient Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Truffles 

Vegan Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Truffles drizzled with Chocolate

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These irresistible, 4-Ingredient Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Truffles  have only chocolate, peanut butter, dates for sweetening and a sprinkle of kosher salt. That’s it!

7. One-Pot Lentil Curry 

Vegan High-protein One-Pot Lentil Curry 

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Curries are simply a category of dishes made with a mix of savory spices. While you can make your own curry powder, it’s easy to find in the spice section at most grocery stores. Keep it on-hand to whip up a quick dish. Just a little bit adds a ton of flavor! This One-Pot Lentil Curry makes an excellently filling meal and comes together easily!

8. Herbs and Spices Tempeh Chili 

Vegan Herbs and Spices Tempeh Chili 

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This Herbs and Spices Tempeh Chili filling and delicious chili! Great for a cold night or a busy week. Leftovers can be heated up to make a quick meal.

9. Apple Cranberry Crumble 

Vegan Apple Cranberry Crumble 

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This Apple Cranberry Crumble is a delicious, simple, fruit-filled dessert offering a new way to enjoy the many health benefits cranberries have to offer!

10. Chai Bars With Pumpkin Spice Glaze

Vegan Chai Bars With Pumpkin Spice Glaze

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While the ingredient list might be intimidating, this Chai Bars With Pumpkin Spice Glaze recipe simply requires a couple of rounds in the food processor. Process all base ingredients and press it into a pan. Process glaze ingredients and pour over the base. Finally, top the bars and there you have it!

Be sure to check out Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD recipe page on our site, as well as their website! You can also find their recipes on our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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