Looking for healthy tofu recipes? This vegan breakfast is packed with vegetables and plant-based protein. When tossed with yellow curry powder, crumbled tofu is a dead ringer for scrambled eggs.
Quinoa salad is a great alternative when you get tired of eating greens for lunch every day. This salad can be whipped up in under 30 minutes. If you don’t have time to cook the quinoa, buy it pre-cooked.
Summer salad recipes have typically defaulted to potato salad, macaroni salad and egg salad. But with all the luscious fruit in season, why not try some healthy summer salad recipes?
A vegan creamy dressing can be just as delicious as one made with milk products. Pair it with a healthy salad and you have a meal that even a non-vegan will want to eat.
Strawberry desserts can be a healthy way to indulge a sweet tooth. Strawberries are packed with vitamins and minerals and can be used in healthy desserts Here’s a recipe for a healthy strawberry scone.
Here’s a peach salad recipe to try. It is somewhat indulgent but a nice fruit-based treat for a backyard barbeque.
Want some healthy zucchini fries? Here’s a recipe from Damn Delicious that can be made with no oil. They are still delicious!
Healthy rice bowls can make quick work of lunch or dinner. Try out this recipe, which you can make in 15 minutes or less and then tweak it to suit your preferences.
What’s the nutrition in kale? What makes this food such a health powerhouse? Kale is a nutrition superstar due to the amounts of vitamins A, K, B6 and C, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese it contains. One cup of raw kale has just 33 calories and only 7 grams of carbohydrate. So, it’s a very diabetes-friendly/weight-friendly vegetable.
Cold fruit soups can be very refreshing on a hot and muggy summer day. The beauty of this recipe from allrecipes.com is that it combines cold fruits and vegetables in one. Gazpacho is a very common summer vegetable recipe and this fruit and vegetable recipe has the typical gazpacho ingredients in it but also benefits from the addition of mint, ginger and watermelon