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1. Chorizo Burrito Skillet
Source: Chorizo Burrito Skillet
This one-pan dish has SO much flavor and will save you a lot of washing up – win win, right?! This Chorizo Burrito Skillet by Stephanie Davies yields 6 portions, so perfect for a large family, if you want some leftovers, or even if you have guests over for dinner.
2. Easy Black Bean Burger
Source: Easy Black Bean Burger
A simple veggie burger that’s nutritious, yet delicious! The black bean patty is high in protein thanks to the beans, nuts and seeds. This Easy Black Bean Burger by Caroline Doucet also filled with fiber due to the beans, vegetables, whole wheat bread and again, the nuts and seeds. It’s flavored with smoked paprika, garlic and onions to give you a BBQ flavored burger, without any BBQ sauce. Make a few batches and keep them in the freezer for easy weeknight dinners!
3. Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Squash Salad with Horseradish Dressing
This Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Squash Salad with Horseradish Dressing by Viktoria Radichkova – this warm salad combines all the favorite flavors of fall – the sweetness of roasted veggies and dry fruit, with crunchy nuts, and a pungent horseradish dressing that ties them all in.
4. Almond Peach Crisp
Source: Almond Peach Crisp
This Almond Peach Crisp by Tara Weir is super easy to make and tastes as delicious as it looks! It’s also gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and paleo! The grain-free topping is more dense than a traditional crumble. Part rolled oats could be used in place of the desiccated coconut and almond flour (e.g. omit the coconut and use 1 cup oats plus 1/2 cup almond flour plus 1/2 cup sliced almonds plus the remainder of the topping ingredients). It’s all up to you! Whatever you choose, you have to try making this almond peach crisp –– it will definitely be a crowd pleaser at any family holiday party!
5. Indian Milkshake: Cardamom, Rosewater and Sweet Cherry Lassi
Traditionally made with yogurt, this version of an Indian Milkshake: Cardamom, Rosewater and Sweet Cherry Lassi by Claire Ragozzino uses coconut yogurt, pitted sweet cherries, a splash of rosewater and a pinch of cardamom for an easy-to-make cooling treat.
6. Roasted Purple Cabbage With Green Goddess Dressing
Who knew cabbage with a drizzle of dressing could be so flavorful and elegant? In this recipe, purple cabbage is roasted gently in the oven, dressed with a refreshing mixture of tahini and basil, and then topped with crunchy, smoky hazelnuts. This Roasted Purple Cabbage With Green Goddess Dressing by Alison Marras is delightfully textured, vibrant, and best of all, good for you!
7. Fried Ramps With French Breakfast Radishes and Spring Shoots
Crisp pea shoots, nutty sunflower shoots, fresh French breakfast radishes, and ramps — the spring produce that eludes many of us. This Fried Ramps With French Breakfast Radishes and Spring Shoots by Annie McGee is a fun way to show off your farmer’s market (or foraging) haul. The ramps are fried in coconut butter to make them crisp around the edges, then tossed with the other greens and veggies with crunchy tortilla strips. A spicy, creamy, and sweet dressing made from almond butter, lemon juice, jalapeño pairs perfectly with all the fresh spring flavors at play.
8. Artichoke, Chickpea and Lemon Dip
This Artichoke, Chickpea and Lemon Dip by Julie Zimmer is light, lemony, and easy to make. Artichokes are excellent for you. They are high in antioxidants and are a rich source of vitamins, fiber, and minerals. Marinated artichokes have a rich flavor which makes them great for dips, casseroles, salads, or appetizers.
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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects.
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- The Ultimate Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
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- High Protein Plant-Based Recipes
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