11. Organic Sprouted Grain Bread
Did you know that some breads contain milk ingredients? Opt for organic sprouted grain bread to avoid the chances of consuming dairy! Make this and place on top of the sprouted grain bread. Make this Whole Grain Peanut Butter & Fruit Toast using sprouted grain bread.
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, seaweed is a definite must in plant-based diet. Plus, it’s just another excuse to order that sensational seaweed salad during sushi night! Check out these 3 Great Seaweed Snacks for Your Healthy Body.
13. Dry Lentils
Lentils offer 16 grams of fiber and 18 grams of protein in just one cup. When you’re craving a big juicy burger, try this Quinoa Lentil Burger instead!
This fermented soybean product has a deliciously nutty taste and tough texture, making it very versatile for your protein needs. This Maple Glazed Tempeh with Quinoa and Kale is unique, clean, and delicious.
Avocados offer that creamy texture you crave from dairy products, plus healthy fats and fiber, vitamin B6, potassium, protein, and magnesium. Add avocados to your dessert with this Avocado Vegan Fudge Brownie Recipe.
Cauliflower is such a versatile cruciferous vegetable. Make your pizza crust with it, make “mashed potatoes” with it, or use it has your main ingredient in a coconut curry dish. Make a healthy Chinese dish with this Super Easy Cauliflower Fried Rice.
This fruit, that tastes more like a vegetable, can be prepared in so many ways. It’s a filling option that boasts omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, iron, and potassium. If you love soup, this Slow Cooker Carrot Squash Soup is a must!
Get your vitamin C, A, beta-carotene, and fiber fix with carrots. Enjoy them raw, steamed, roasted, or in baked goods! These Carrot Spice Oatmeal Cookies are a vegan delight.
Beets pack a lot of flavor, while their color can really bring life to a dish. Try this unique Blood Red Beet Hummus with Carrot Fingers for a healthy and fun appetizer.