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Mapo Tofu and Red Pepper

A play on a traditional Chinese dish, this meal excels in simplicity and flavor. Serve over rice with your favorite fresh herbs and a drizzle of sriracha hot sauce.

Sweet Potato with Crispy Chickpeas

Talk about hearty. Combining protein rich chickpeas with a fiber-packed baked sweet potato is a match made in heaven. So simple and so good.

Crispy Garlic Herb Chickpeas with Quinoa

With a healthy dose of garlic, plenty of fresh herbs, fiber rich crispy chickpeas and protein loaded quinoa, you might think it doesn't get any better than this. But one day when you are feeling fancy, put a an egg over it. Your welcome.

Silky French Lentils with Mushroom and Kale

Pureeing half of the lentils and mushrooms makes a thick, silky, stew that feels decadent at the same time as airy. Lentils pack a hearty punch of protein and fiber, resulting in the perfect one pot meal.

Crispy Tofu Asian Taco

Who doesn't love a great taco? This one goes Asian, featuring crispy tofu and plenty of veggies. We like to top ours with sliced avocado and a drizzle of hot sauce. Make sure to press the tofu cubes well with a paper or cloth napkin- removing the moisture is key to a crispy exterior.

Tomato Chickpea Soup

This soup will warm you from the inside out. It's chunky. And brothy. And delicious. The perfect lunch or light dinner on a cold day.

Creamy White Bean and Carrot Soup

Nothing is quite as satisfying as a warm bowl of soup on a chilly night. Featuring hearty white beans and nutrient rich spinach, this one will have you licking your lips while you savor each bite.

Roasted Delicata Squash

Delicata are one of our favorite varieties of winter squash as the skin is so thin that you don't need to peel it. More fiber and less prep? Yes, please.

Corn Scallion Fritters

If you have been enjoying our fritter recipes, this is a great one to add to your arsenal. Robust Thai flavors mix with sweet corn kernels to create a palate everyone at the table will love.

Thai Squash, Red Pepper and Tofu Curry

To amp up the Thai flavors (and nutrition) try using unrefined coconut oil for this curry. To amplify the effect, use coconut milk- but don't let it limit you. If you don't have an open can sitting around, feel free to use any milk you have in your fridge. This one is hard to screw up! For added heat, throw in some chili flakes or hot sauce, for extra green, try a handful of spinach towards the end of cooking. Great served over rice for a complete meal.