I know the struggle of getting dinner on the table every night. In my house the biggest challenge is making a meal that the whole family will eat, including my omnivore husband, and picky kids!
It’s difficult enough to get one meal on the table, let alone one for the meat-eating husband, one for the picky kids, and a healthy plant-based meal that I want to eat!
Looking through recipes is fun! But actually executing a meal that’s healthy, plant-based, and kid and husband approved is next to impossible!
Trust me! I’ve been there! In fact, I still get some push back when I play around with new recipes from time to time!
When you’re short on time, and patience this book will come to the rescue!
The recipes in this book are simple (no crazy ingredients), quick (most are 30 minutes or less), and familiar comfort foods your family will devour.
They’ve been tested and critiqued by my own discerning crew!
If you’re new to plant-based cooking, this cookbook is a great place to start. You’ll have a full month’s worth of recipes at your finger tips, creating familiar foods you already know and love, only using healthy plant-based ingredients!
These are a few of the healthy plant-based vegan recipes you’ll find…
- Black Bean Chili
- Burrito Bowls
- Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese
- Stuffed Shells
- Pesto Pasta
- Southwest Lentil Tacos
- Vegan Stuffed Peppers
- Tofu Stir-Fry
- Fried Rice
- Butternut Squash Curry
- Lentil Ragu
What’s included in this book?
You’ll find a complete guide to plan a month’s worth of recipes.
- 30 Plant-Based Vegan Dinner Recipes
- Weekly Meal Planner
- Weekly Grocery List
- Tips for stocking your pantry and refrigerator with plant-based essentials
- Easy to follow table of contents broken into categories
- Simple to follow instructions
- Large color images for each recipe
- Nutrition facts
- Tips, tricks and substitutions for each recipe
- Gluten-free alternatives when needed
Are all the recipes vegan and plant-based?
Yes! All of the recipes are vegan and plant-based! All of these recipes are free of dairy, eggs, and animal protein. They are also plant-based meaning they use whole foods, and no processed ingredients.
Are all of these recipes oil-free?
Most of these recipes are oil-free. Two of the recipes have olive oil as an optional ingredient.
Are all of these recipes gluten-free?
No, all of the recipes are not gluten-free. However, most of them are. If they are not vegan, there is an easy substitution. For example, flour tortillas can be subbed for corn tortillas, or whole wheat pasta for lentil or chickpea pasta.
Are there vegan meat or cheese substitutes?
No, there are not vegan meat or cheese substitutes in these recipes. Because these recipes are plant-based they call for whole food ingredients, which means no processed vegan meats or cheeses. You will find tofu in a few recipes.
How many people do the recipes serve?
These recipes serve anywhere from 4-6 people. They are large servings, so you might be able to stretch them farther. I always have leftovers from my family of four. If you are only cooking for 1-2 people, you can cut the recipe in half, or save the rest for lunch the next day!
Are the ingredients in these recipes expensive or difficult to find?
No, the ingredients in these recipes are not expensive or difficult to find. If you are just starting out as a beginner vegan some of the ingredients such as nutritional yeast, may seem obscure, but you can find this ingredient in most large grocery stores and it is not an expensive ingredient.
Can I get this book in hard copy or print?
No, this book comes to you as a digital file. If you’d like a printout, it is easy to print this book at home and place in a ringed binder for easy use.
How many pages is this book?
This book is 69 pages long from front to back cover.
If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out through my Contact Form.