Vegan Recipes

For those of you who would prefer an even healthier recipe, simply use your favorite dried fruit in place of the vegan chocolate chips. You might also like adding in a teaspoon or two of ground cinnamon as well. We've used raisins, dried cherries, unsweetened dried cranberries, and goji berries all with delightful results.

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Jason Wrobel, aka J-Wro, TV host and celebrity vegan chef, pulls out his best Sean Connery impression while rocking out some superfood pancakes. These gluten free, vegan dark chocolate pancakes will leave you feeling like your own Bond hero without the explosions or running for your life. Top them with cacao nibs, shredded coconut, fruit, and your favorite syrup.

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Store bought protein bars are not what they claim to be. Most are filled with artificial sugar and chemicals that do exactly the opposite of what they advertise. Making your own, homemade protein bars is the way to go if you are looking to boost your nutrient intake. Not to mention they’re a good “grab and go” protein filled snack that can help you stick to a clean eating routine

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Tune in with Jason Wrobel, aka J-Wro, the humorous TV host, celebrity raw chef, and all around awesome guy, as he puts together the most delicious batch of no-bake cookies. These raw, vegan sunflower butter cookies are chewy, sweet, and perfect for a snack or post-meal dessert. This scrumptiously fun recipe combines gluten-free oats, sunflower butter, organic maple syrup, coconut oil, vanilla beans, Himalayan crystal salt, and Sunwarrior's chocolate Warrior Blend.

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If you’re one of those people who’ve never made tamales…. Well, what on earth have you been waiting for? It’s time my friends.

The process is easier than it looks, the majority of the time goes into steaming these babies. Everything else comes together in a cinch. If you can wrap a burrito with the ends tucked in, you can make tamales.

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Warm weather means zucchinis are in season, and what a versatile ingredient they are! The unique veggie lends itself to savory soups and stews, a fragrant addition to scrambles and stir-fries, you can even use them instead of noodles for summer pasta dishes, and they bake up incredibly well in muffins, cakes, and breads. But have you ever used them as a French fry alternative?

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Celebrity raw vegan chef and Cooking Channel TV host Jason Wrobel, aka J-Wro, recreates his grandmother's banana nut bread recipe as healthy banana nut protein bars. These bars are super easy to make with the help of a food processor. Bananas, oats, almonds, brazil nuts, coconut flour,Warrior Blend protein powder, and almond milk combine into a delicious, nutty treat that is packed with protein. Feel free to spice it up with cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, or more and garnish it with fresh bananas and toasted quinoa. Enjoy!

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This kale and white bean recipe can be made in just a few minutes and can be transformed into a sauce, soup, or simply eaten as-is.

Kale is on the supersexy vegetable list as of late—and for good reason. It's loaded with good-for-you nutrients including vitamin K and vitamin C, as well as minerals, amino acids, and superfood status antioxidants. That it's easy to grow and cook doesn't hurt either. Its quick-cooking versatility makes it a go-to green for every day meals chock full of flavor and nutrition.

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This particular recipe is raw and vegan and was inspired by my best friend who also lives in Boston. It is packed with delicious, bio-available nutrients and proteins and is a treat that is actually good for you. As you create this pie, share it with those you love the most and enjoy the deliciousness.

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Zucchinis often get overlooked at the grocery store. People think they’re boring. Being mild mannered isn’t so bad though. Since these green veggies aren’t crazy flavorful, they easily take on other flavors.

This makes it perfect in stir fry, soups, fajitas, pasta sauces, and more. Zucchini can even be used as low carb pasta, stuffed, baked, fried, or grilled. It’s a pretty versatile little squash.

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