Allergen Friendly Recipes
I love buddha bowls because they are easy to make, and they are a well balanced meal! This one features roasted spring vegetables and chickpeas in a silky tahini lemon sauce. It is packed with fiber, protein and plenty of nutrients, and it makes the perfect weeknight meal! If you like another vegetable better than some of the ones used here feel free to swap them out for your favorite!
This salad is light and refreshing but also substantial enough to be a main dish or lunch entree. It features some of my favorite spring produce, asparagus, strawberries and peas an it is so delicious! Also it is packed with fiber, protein and nutrients so you can feel good about serving this to your family!
I love anything with beets, including borscht, a soup featuring the veggie. This variation on classic borscht contains fiber and protein rich lentils as an added boost to make it more substantial, and perfect for a comforting weeknight dinner. This is easy to make and so good, it is perfect with some crusty sourdough bread and a salad on the side!
I am a big fan of fried cauliflower, so I thought why not try broccoli as well! However, I like to make it healthier than frying it in a bunch of oil, so I bake mine instead and it still comes out nice and crispy! I serve it here with a lemon tahini dipping sauce and it is so delicious! Not only that, you get your daily fiber and a satisfying snack all in one!
I love salsa year round! Especially when I can make it with seasonal ingredients like pomegranates and oranges! This flavorful salsa is packed with nutrients, and it is perfect for serving with chips, over a salad, or spooned over some grilled tofu or other protein! Also it is festive so a good addition to your holiday table!
One of my favorite things to enjoy during the cooler months is root vegetables! They are good for you, and really delicious! I think they taste the best when roasted, because it brings out all of their sweet flavor. They make the perfect side dish, and would even be great for Thanksgiving dinner!
I really enjoyed goulash growing up, so I decided to create a healthier plant based version. I make this often, because it is so hearty and delicious but also healthy thanks to the protein and fiber in the lentils. I like to use gluten free pasta made of chickpeas as well, so that adds fiber and protein too!
I am craving hearty dishes this time of the year but I still want them to he healthy for me, so I like to make things like these stuffed sweet potatoes! This time I stuffed them with a spicy chickpea curry that reminds me of one that I like to order at a local Indian restaurant, it is so good! This dish contains fiber, protein and is all veggies so you can feel good about eating it!
Chili is one of my favorite things this time of the year! It is hearty, easy to make and I just make a batch and get several meals out of it! This Sweet Potato Lentil Chili is flavorful and delicious plus really healthy! It is packed with fiber and protein thanks to the sweet potatoes and lentils so you can feel good about eating it!
It is the perfect time of year to make a cool refreshing drink to enjoy on the patio! Margaritas are classic, and I like to put a twist on them and include fresh watermelon in the mix for a delicious variation! These are easy to make with a blender, and you can be relaxing with one in no time!