Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetarian Recipe

Discover budget-friendly vegetarian recipes that are loved by vegetarians and omnivores alike! No mystery ingredients here, just simple food made easy and delicious, without the meat. Choose from over 400 vegetarian recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinners, snacks, and more. Many of these vegetarian recipes found here are vegan friendly or can easily be converted to be 100% plant-based. (pictured: Peanut Tofu Noodle Bowls) Looking for vegetarian meals that meal prep well? Check out our Vegetarian Meal Prep category!

30 Easy Vegetarian Recipes – a Couple Cooks

Looking to find ways to eat more vegetables? Your quest is exactly why we started this website. Years ago, Alex and I got married and wanted to start eating healthier foods. Back then, we read a book that talked about how eating more veggies is good for the planet and good for your health. Today, the story is no different! (Source: www.acouplecooks.com)

Our Top Easy Vegetarian Recipes!

There’s no such thing as too many easy vegetarian dinner ideas, so here's another favorite: these incredible sheet pan fajitas! Everyone loves this meal, even meat eaters. It’s a great way to make a fun healthy dinner where no one notices there’s no meat! Roast up lots of veggies on a sheet pan with spices, and serve with refried beans and “guac-ish,” a fast and easy homemade guacamole.

Vegetarian Dinner Recipes!

Here is my newly updated, 20 BEST Vegetarian Dinner Recipes! These “tried and true” recipes are reader favorites and are hearty, flavorful and comforting. Whether you are wanting to eat more veggies or just consume a little less meat, or shift into a more whole foods plant-based lifestyle- you’ll find some good inspiration here. Take a look and pick out a couple to try this week! Please tell us your favorites in the comments below! (Source: www.feastingathome.com)

One More Thing!

Don’t forget nuts and seeds, particularly pumpkin seeds, which are a rich source of protein and really easy to find this time of year. Roast pumpkin seeds with olive oil and salt and keep them ready to go — they’ll make a great bonus topping for whatever you’re already eating, adding a little crunch to mushroom tacos, squash soup or roasted vegetables. They can even go on top of banana bread or other sweet baked goods.



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