This bowl of deliciousness is my easy go-to meal when I’m extra hungry and lazy. It is incredibly filling and nourishing. If you are trying to steer clear of chickpeas or legumes more generally, this ‘Paleo’ Baba Ganoush is a great alternative. I use exactly the same recipe as with humus but replace the chickpeas with eggplant.
This recipe requires no meat ‘substitutes’ and invites you instead to simply remove the meat component altogether. One single serving of this dish is 16g of protein and it’s just veggies and rice.
If you’re adventuring into raw vegan territory, these tacos are a must try! They are great to make on the road and take no time to prep. By far my favorite snack/meal before getting active as they keep you feeling light but full.
Pesto pasta used to be my go-to meal when I was lazy or in a rush. I never imagined that a healthier, cleaner alternative could be easier to make in half the time. This deliciously healthy meal is ready in under 10 minutes! It is a great pre-workout meal and high in Vitamin C, A, potassium and iron.
I used to love to indulge in a big greasy falafel sandwich at the nearby Shawarma house. But learning to make falafel from scratch was so easy that I have no excuse to eat out to have them. The best part though is that I know exactly what is in it, and it hasn’t been baked in carcinogenic canola oil and filled with bloating wheat flour. Here is a salad twist to go with these scrumptious bites.