We've rounded up ten of our favorite dishes from Vegan in the House, including healthy vegan breakfast recipes, snacks, soups, burgers and more. Read on below to discover some classic recipes as well as delicious, plant-based twists – and their brilliant health benefits!
The benefits of including lentils in your diet are numerous – they are high in protein but low in calories, so they make a great healthy, filling breakfast food.
Who says you can't have chocolate for breakfast? Cacao is a healthy "chocolate" option for vegans – it's supercharged with magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc.
This vegan twist on the Italian treat cooks in just ten minutes.
The garlic in this recipe is an excellent source of B6, and it also contains manganese, selenium, and vitamin C.
Teff is a really good grain to include in a plant-based diet. It has high levels of vitamins and minerals and five times the iron found in wheat.
This classic winter warmer is a great dish for batch-cooking and keeping in the freezer for a speedy dinner.
Comfort food can be nutritious – this pie is full of healthy root vegetables and broad beans, which are stuffed with protein and energy-giving folate as well as B vitamins.
Just 8oz of brown rice provides heaps of your daily fiber requirement. It's an important grain for a plant-based diet as it's rich in protein, thiamine, calcium, magnesium, fiber, and potassium.
Amaranth contains plenty of protein and all the amino acids your body needs. It is also a good source of calcium and has high levels of zinc.
Using cauliflower as a grain is a great way to add nutrition and flavor to a dish. Cauliflower contains almost every vitamin you need, including vitamins C and B6, so is great for a plant-based diet.
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