A quick meal to throw together and you only need a pressure cooker. Very filling and full of plant protein and fiber! Adapted from eating well.com
No meat & little prep required for this plant protein powered meal! Did you know the fiber in beans, including chickpeas and chickpea noodles, has been shown to lower A1C and LDL cholesterol? Beans are a great nutritional powerhouse to include in you diet!
Dirty just one skillet with this quick meal. Uses 4 pork chops in a quick sauce to feed a family or to store for meal prep.
Tastes like its from a restaurant! Pick the curry paste according to your taste. Use whatever veggies you have on hand!
Minimal prep time required to make this creamy shrimp curry ready for your crockpot. Serve over rice or quinoa. Try with your choice of veggies such as broccoli, napa cabbage, bok choy, green beans, etc. Can also use yellow or red curry paste if you like those flavors more.
Sheet pan meal for the oven, but can be cooked in the air fryer if you reduce the recipe by half. Adapted from eating well.com
One pan meal that can be made on the stove top or an electric skillet. Use rotisserie or leftover cooked chicken to make this meal in less time. Try eating it with tortilla chips!
A great meal prep recipe full of plant protein and fiber. Blend up a homemade bell pepper dressing to top it off. Adapted from eating well.com. Cook time is optional based on if you buy pre-cooked or choose to cook your quinoa.
A chili recipe with no tomatoes that can be done on the stove top, slow cooker, or instapot. Big enough to feed the whole family or use for meal prep.Pair with 1 cup steamed veggies or 2 cups of a salad kit to meet non-starchy veggie needs.
Did you know pineapple contains enzymes that digest meat? Try this recipe in the oven or Galanz for a savory sweet meal in under an hour. Adapted from eating well.com