This puree is gluten free, dairy free and nut free. It is full of flavor and easier to make than one would think. Be sure to purchase low sodium canned black beans when purchasing.

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This tomato free guacamole is as fresh as it gets. Be sure to use ripe avocados when making this recipe.

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This soup is great for those looking for a higher protein based soup without the beans and dairy. Walnuts naturally thicken the soup as well as adding extra fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. Make a double batch if you are looking to freeze extra for future use.

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This simple side dish and salad is great to prepare in advance and keep around for 4-7 days in the fridge. Feel free to use any whole grain of choice and consider adding any of your favorite vegetables to the dish.

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This soup uses walnuts to thicken and emulsify the ingredients. Feel free to use cashews or full fat canned coconut milk in place of the walnuts. Enjoy!

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This salad is a great side item to any main protein and non-starchy vegetable. If making in advance, be sure to keep this in a sealed container in the fridge. Enjoy within 5 days of preparation.

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This broccoli salad can stay fresh in your fridge for 3-4 days. Make sure to keep it sealed in an airtight container and use the freshest broccoli possible when making this. Enjoy!

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The roasting process described in this recipe works for cauliflower, asparagus, carrots and more. Roasting brings out the natural sugars in the vegetable and tends to be a favorite among households.

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These fritters are a little lower than protein than other vegetable based patties; however, they can easily be changed to integrate more protein or serve these over a bed of greens, cooked white beans and avocado.

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