Meet Alex Caspero
Alex Caspero is a Registered Dietitian, New York Times Bestselling Plant-Based Chef and mom of two. She aims to cut through the nutrition noise by providing real-life, nourishing tips for body and mind. Learn more about Alex.
Start the week off right with these healthy meal-prepping recipes. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, boost your energy levels, or simply feel better in your body, meal planning can help you achieve your goals.
This farro soup is a must-save for cold months! Beans, farro, tomatoes, and vegetables in an aromatic broth. Make a batch to enjoy throughout the week or freeze for later.
Get the recipe: Tuscan Farro Soup
Make the tofu and black bean and corn salad now to quickly throw together for easy meals throughout the week.
Get the recipe: Tofu Bowls with Black Bean and Corn Salad
Great for lunches! Smashed chickpea and avocado salad on poppyseed bagels. Ready in minutes for a delicious, plant-based lunch.
Get the recipe: Avocado Chickpea Salad
This Instant Pot lentil soup recipe is packed with fiber and protein, two nutrients that help you feel full and satisfied. Easy to make either in the Instant Pot, Slow Cooker, or on the Stove Top.
Smoky, creamy salsa roja! Made in the blender in less than 10 minutes. Roja salsa with simple pantry ingredients: dried chili peppers, canned fire-roasted tomatoes, and onions. Make a batch to enjoy with bowls, tacos, and more.
Get the recipe: Salsa Roja
DIY healthy vegan granola bars! A mix of rolled oats, dried fruit, almond butter, and whatever other mix-ins you want. Perfect as a snack bar or a vegan breakfast bar.
Get the recipe: Granola Bars
Put on a batch of this for an easy meal option– then freeze the rest for leftovers.
Make the recipe: Slow Cooker Vegetable Soup
A lightly sweetened honey pear muffin recipe with fresh pears, oats, walnuts, and wheat flour. Perfect for breakfast, as a snack, or with coffee!
Get the recipe: Honey Pear Muffins
A life-saver recipe on busy mornings when you need breakfast but don’t have time to put it together. Make ahead to store it in the freezer.
Get the recipe: Freezer Breakfast Burritos
Marinated White Bean Salad. This white bean salad recipe is perfect for simple plant-based meals. Make a batch to snack on, or to top on salads.
Get the recipe: Marinated White Bean Salad
The BEST Italian Salad Dressing— perfect for chopped salads, marinades, and more! This tangy Italian salad dressing is so much better and healthier than bottled dressing.
Get the recipe: Tangy Italian Dressing
Creamy Jalapeno Sauce! This jalapeno salsa is SO good! Spicy jalapeno salsa that tastes great on everything. A must-make if you like the heat– great to enjoy throughout the week on bowls and tacos.
Get the recipe: Creamy Jalapeno Salsa
Make a big batch of black beans to use for bowls, black bean soup, black bean burgers, and more.
Get the recipe: How to Cook Black Beans
Chocolate-Covered Snickers Bites! These naturally sweetened chocolate date bites taste like candy. Peanut stuffed dates dipped in melted chocolate. Great for snacking throughout the week!
Get the recipe: Chocolate Date Bites
Make tomatillo salsa with this homemade salsa verde recipe. Great to top for bowls, tacos, burritos, eggs and more!
This healthy, protein-rich chili is great for meal prep. Make a batch for a meal, then enjoy the rest over baked potatoes or on sweet potato fries for healthy meals later in the week.
Make the recipe: Vegetarian Bean Chili
French green lentils tossed with herbs and a bright lemon dressing. A must for vegan meal prep and easy meals throughout the week.
Get the recipe: Marinated Lentil Salad
This red lentil soup recipe is both vegan and gluten-free! A healthy, low-fat soup that’s cozy and simple and packed with 18g of plant-based protein per serving.
Get the recipe: Red Lentil Soup
This delicious BBQ tofu recipe requires only two ingredients! Simple and easy, you’ll love this vegan BBQ tofu in sandwiches, salads, bowls and more.
Make a batch of these enchiladas for lunch and dinner– all you need is this quick 10-minute enchilada sauce, tortillas, your favorite fillings and cheese for topping.
Busy weeknights are hectic enough– let dinner be easy with these quick and effortless dinners ready in 30 minutes or less. Hand-picked by a Registered Dietitian and New York Times bestselling chef, these recipes are not only delicious and easy but healthy as well.
Quick and Easy Recipes for Effortless Dinners
Getting started in the kitchen can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not sure where to begin. That’s why it’s important to start with the basics.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced cook, these recipes will help you develop your cooking skills.
17 Basic Recipes Every Home Cook Should Know How
These high-protein vegan meals will leave your taste buds happy and your stomach full. Perfect for meal prep or busy weeknight dinners!
High Protein Plant-Based Meals
Looking for simple dinner ideas? Try these 21 easy pasta recipes, perfect for any weeknight.
21 Easy Pasta Recipes for Date Night In
A backyard garden can help to put a significant dent in rising grocery costs. According to the National Gardening Association, the average garden produces $600 annually. Even accounting for the average $70 spent per household on gardening supplies, that’s an average return of $530.
These are the best vegetables to grow to help with rising food costs.
Best Foods to Grow in Your Backyard to Combat Inflation
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