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Vegan Dinners

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Looking to add variety to your dinner menus but don’t know where to look? Clients have loved our vegan entrees and claimed to have some of the best vegan dinner recipes they have seen yet! What is important to note about these meals is that they are easy and quick to prepare and will provide you with many nutrients you need to keep you feeling healthy, light and well-nourished.

Mushroom and Kale Pasta

Vegan-Mushroom-Kale-PastaWho doesn’t love a great pasta dish for dinner? Enjoy the nutrient benefits of both kale and mushrooms while feeling indulgent with a bowl of pasta! While the recipe calls for whole wheat pasta, switching to bean-based pasta will provide you with more fiber, plant-based protein and a feeling of satisfaction after just one bowl. Another great thing about this easy vegan dinner is that is quick to prepare. Top with your favorite plant-based protein to really boost your protein and enjoy this delicious meal!

Crispy Chickpea Caesar Salad

Vegan-Chickpea-Quinoa-SaladLooking for a vegan alternative to a classic salad? This Crispy Chickpea Caesar Salad is just what you have been searching for. Simple switches like crispy chickpeas instead of croutons or kale instead of romaine lettuce will provide a quality starch that provides a great source of plant-based protein as well as an excellent source of iron for your meat-less diet. The dressing is packed full of flavor which will have you guessing why you ever tried the non-vegan version in the first place. Try it out for yourself and never look back!

Crispy Tofu Stir Fry

Vegan-Crispy-Tofu-Stir-FryDid someone say stir fry? This 30-minute meal is a perfect vegan dinner that will fill you up on both vegetables and protein! This dish is perfect to add to your busy schedule because it is quick to prepare without compromising taste or nutrient quality. Frozen vegetables are a great go-to when needing to prepare a meal and have the same nutrient value as fresh vegetables do. The turmeric, cumin, and olive oil will provide your body with anti-inflammatory nutrients that will help enhance immunity, aid in proper digestion and may help prevent cardiovascular disease.

Rainbow Roasted Vegetables

Vegan-Rainbow-Roasted-VeggiesEat the rainbow, literally! Not only does it look pretty, but this roasted blend has a great combination of vegetables that will provide you with nutrients from A to Z! The seasoning and flavor are up to you. Pick your favorite seasoning to toss the vegetable in before cooking to keep you coming back for more! Pair this roasted vegetable mix with your favorite plant-based protein to have a perfectly balanced meal.

White Bean and Kale Soup

large_white bean soup 2What our clients love about this white bean and kale soup is that in just 45-minutes you can have meals for the whole week! This quick vegan dinner packs a high fiber, nutrient-packed punch with a combination of cannellini beans, chickpeas and northern beans. The blended beans give you the creamy-soup base feeling without the cream

Our team helps people implement vegan and vegetarian lifestyles for many goals: weight loss, disease management, and improved quality of life.  Visit our main page to learn more!

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