Protein guacamole perfect for the holidays! Now we’re talking! The combination of brain boosting, heart supporting, fiber rich, potassium alkalizing avocados combined with the metabolism igniting, anti-inflammatory, muscle repairing, satiating plant based protein from Sunwarrior, makes this a super powered snack or addition to any meal or wrap.
Spice up your kitchen and your life with an easy to make side dish. Grab some sweet potatoes, olive oil, and your favorite cooking spices, and create a masterpiece that’s sure to receive “oohs” and “ahhs” from your family or friends. Got a hunger? There’s a wedge for that!
Want a delicious dip for your next party? This dip is guaranteed to be a touchdown! It’s fantastic with blue corn chips, crackers, or spread on bruschetta. I like to double the recipe for larger gatherings, but it can easily be cut in half for a smaller portion.
An absolute staple for anyone needing food in a hurry: hummus! There are endless varieties you can make, as well as endless ways to use it. I keep a stash in my freezer to tap into when I have little time for food prep or when last minute guests arrive. I even take some with me when I travel.
Roasted beets are like candy to me, and this oh-so-pretty salad is a hit with most everyone. It can be served in numerous ways, including over a bed of cooked grains such as quinoa or freekeh. If you don’t have a spiralizer simply omit or shred beets instead. It serves 4 yet you may want to double the recipe so you have leftovers. It’s that good and sure to become a favorite. If you do double the recipe, don’t dress with the vinaigrette until ready to enjoy.
Need a quick and easy side to serve at your Super Bowl Party? Or need to whip up the perfect appetizer to woo that special someone on Valentine’s Day? Serve with your favorite crackers or pita bread, and enjoy.
This dish is simple to make and very flavorful. Miracle noodles are a great pasta substitute in any dish. Made from the soluble fiber of the Shirataki plant, these guilt-free noodles contain zero calories and fat, are soy, gluten, and cholesterol free, and are vegan friendly.
These meal ideas are so simple and so good for you. Don’t let the look trick you into thinking it’s boring—the creamy Sunwarrior sauce really makes the meal and there are so many different variations you can do.
In this hilarious, informative and entertaining vegan recipe video, celebrity chef and Cooking Channel TV host Jason Wrobel rings in the New Year this 2015 with a cleansing pasta salad that’s as amazing as a 90s ballad. Yep, it’s that good, and it will work well with any resolutions you’ve got cooking.
One of my favorite fall foods is butternut squash. You can grill it, puree it, bake it, add it to salads, and so much more. The Australians call it butternut pumpkin, as you can find this winter squash has a sweet, nutty flavor similar to pumpkin. It has a deep orange color that is full of carotenoids, famous for protecting against heart disease. In addition, the gourd’s high level of beta-carotene offers your body a ton of vitamin A. Finally, butternut squash is naturally high in fiber and low in fat, giving it just one more reason to add it to all of your fall recipes.
Are you getting your daily servings of vegetables in? You need at least four servings of vegetables everyday, and it's better if they're raw and colorful. So I've created a recipe that will help you get in a couple servings of very colorful veggies, some healthy fats, and a delicious lunch! Enjoy!
This tomato salad is prepared just the way my mama made it, with just a wee personal touch—hemp seeds. Hemp seeds are rich in protein and fatty acids. They also contain lots of minerals including zinc, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and iron.
Give this juicy recipe a try before fresh tomato season is over.