Serve this vegan quinoa chili recipe at your next tailgate and impress even your meat-eating friends. With 17 grams of protein, everyone will want to a bowl.
Make this raw, vegan, gluten-free, and antioxidant-rich breakfast pudding recipe that’s sure to awaken every cell in your body and start your morning off right!
If you’ve ever gone to a restaurant just for their fresh salsa, you’ll be amazed to find out how easy it is to make your very own at home! Get our homemade salsa recipe here.
Want to avoid starting your day with a mega-dose of processed sugar? Create your own crunchy, chocolatey homemade granola with the help of this naturally sweetened recipe.
The perfect cocktail for the final weeks of summer, this healthier dark and stormy recipe has less than 200 calories but still tastes delectable.
Applesauce cuts the fat in this vegan carrot cake cupcake recipe. At less than 150 calories per treat, it’s OK to indulge your sweet tooth!
Take advantage of the abundance of summer squash with this creative stuffed zucchini recipe. It’s easy to make and the perfect snack for a sunny afternoon.
We’re on a roll with these cookie dough protein balls: They’re gluten-free and pack five grams of protein per bite. Who wouldn’t want this recipe post-workout?
Vegetables are in full bloom right now, so what better way to enjoy them than pickling a jar full? Get the recipe here.
Skip dessert while still satisfying your sweet tooth. This vegan protein shake recipe packs 16 grams of protein and tastes like rich, gooey brownie batter.
Boasting more than eight grams of protein, this vegan, Thai-inspired stuffed sweet potato recipe is the perfect mid-day snack to keep you full and satisfied.
Cashew cream dresses up this fruit parfait for a colorful vegan dessert or brunch. Get the recipe here.
Fragrant vanilla beans and earthy matcha green tea collide in this protein-packed smoothie recipe that has just the right amount of caffeine pre-workout.
This arugula salad recipe pairs summer’s most colorful and and nutritious ingredients: tomato and avocado. Make it as an entree or a side dish and dig in!