10 of our top protein-rich plant-based recipes from April 2022!

Apple Chickpea Salad

Protein is the word on everyone’s lips when it comes to vegan nutrition! It is an important building block for the human body and everyone needs it. We’re here to help you discover the power of plant-based protein through these simply amazing recipes!

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1. Apple Chickpea Kale Salad

Vegan Apple Chickpea Kale Salad

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This Apple Chickpea Kale Salad from Caryn Carruthers is a delight in contrasting textures, temps, and flavors. Yes, this is a salad, but it’s not your salad to devour your raw vegetables. It’s the kind of salad with hot and cold greens, crunchy apples, meaty chickpeas, the slight tingle of a thinly sliced ​​red onion, and more to keep you interested in what your next bite combination will be. A better name is required for a salad like this – remember, it’s a smorgasbowl!

2. Chai Spice Grain Free Granola

Vegan Chai Spice Grain Free Granola

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As a child I loved adding granola to sweetened yogurt. The textures and flavors were so delicious, and it was filling too! This Chai Spice Grain-Free Granola from Shivangi Rao has warm, subtle flavors that remind you of a warm cup of Indian chai. It also contains a lot of healthy fats, protein and fiber and is free of grains and refined sugars. Enjoy with plant-based milk, mix it with fresh fruit or use it to make yogurt, chia pudding or overnight oats.

3. Peanut Butter & Banana Overnight Oats

Vegan Peanut Butter & Banana Overnight Oats

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These Peanut Butter & Banana Overnight Oats from Tara Weir can be enjoyed chilled and on the go or reheated for a cozy and nutritious breakfast.

4. Sweet Potato Cereal Bowl

Vegan bowl with sweet potato cereal

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If you go grain-free, you’re basically telling the world that you won’t be eating grains anymore; save a few granolas out there. You settle down to eating something else from your breakfast bowl. Here’s a cereal bowl that’s gotten a major upgrade. This Sweet Potato Cereal Bowl from Caryn Carruthers is rich in warm sweet potatoes, crunchy with roasted nuts and seeds, and it pops sweet and fresh with pomegranates and blueberries. Best of all, though, it won’t send you on a sugar high that will make you fall back to earth shortly after eating. Instead, you will be completely satisfied and get your cereal back!

5. Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups

Vegan Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups

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These cashew butter shells (aka fat bombs) are not lacking in the healthy fats department, featuring both nut butter and coconut oil. I like to end my evening with one or two of these little bites to satisfy my sweet tooth.

6. Bowl of fermented beets and quinoa

Vegan Fermented Beet & Quinoa Bowl

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If you’re looking for a good post-workout meal with the right combination of macro and micronutrients, this Fermented Beet and Quinoa Bowl from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is what you need! You will want to let the beets ferment for 24 hours before assembling the bowl. Hoverer, if you’re short on time or haven’t considered this step, you can omit the fermentation and cook the dish with freshly grated beets instead.

7. Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups

Vegan Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups

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These Dark Chocolate-Cashew Butter Cups from Molly Thompson are not lacking in the healthy fats department, featuring both nut butter and coconut oil. I like to end my evening with one or two of these little bites to satisfy my sweet tooth.

8. Spicy Thai Peanut Soup

Vegan Spicy Thai Peanut Soup

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This one Spicy Thai Peanut Soup from Julie Zimmer with shiitake mushrooms, carrots and silken tofu is so flavorful, aromatic and creamy. A bowl of noodles is a complete meal that is rich in vegetable proteins, vitamins and antioxidants. The lemongrass, red curry paste, herbs, spices, coconut milk, lime juice and zest give the soup an authentic Thai taste.

9. Teriyaki Glazed Tofu Steaks

Vegan Teriyaki Glazed Tofu Steaks

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This recipe is an incredibly delicious way to enjoy the plant protein powerhouse that is tofu. These Teriyaki Glazed Tofu Steaks from Maya Sozer are pan seared and then glazed with a sweet and tangy homemade teriyaki sauce. Serve with white rice and greens for a hearty and tasty meal.

10. Mushroom Walnut Pâté

Vegan Mushrooms Walnut Paté

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If you’re looking for a delicious pate recipe, this Mushroom Walnut Pate from Robin Coarts and Jules Schnedeker is it!

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