Best Everyday Recipes: Pasta Carbonara to Pesto Roasted Veggies with Chickpeas!

Best Everyday Recipes: Pasta Carbonara to Pesto Roasted Veggies with Chickpeas!

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1. Basic moong dal

Basic vegetarian moong dal

Source: Basic Moong Dal

This essential moong dal from Planted & Baked is made from peeled and split mung beans that are easy to digest and an excellent source of protein. If you have trouble digesting beans and lentils, mung beans are a good choice. They are nutritious and not dehydrated like other beans and lentils.

2. Overnight oats

Vegan overnight oats

Source: Overnight Oats

This is a quick and festive vegetarian breakfast. This Eggnog Overnight Oats from Caroline Doucet is made with just a few simple ingredients in less than 5 minutes. It’s naturally gluten-free and vegan thanks to the vegan eggnog.

3. Carbonara pasta

Vegetarian spaghetti carbonara

Source: Spaghetti Carbonara

Kirsten Kaminski’s Spaghetti Carbonara is a vegetarian and healthy version of the classic carbonara pasta. Imagine a creamy, dairy-free sauce, lightly flavored with cheese and egg flavours, paired with bits of crunchy, smoky vegan “bacon” – yum! The great thing about this recipe in particular is that you can completely adjust the sauce to your own taste, adding more or less cheese, spices, or egg flavoring!

4. Grilled pesto vegetables with chickpeas

Vegetarian grilled pesto vegetables with chickpeas

Source: Pesto Roasted Vegetables with Chickpeas

It’s not a complicated recipe and you can easily add your favorite vegetables. Robin Brown’s Pesto Roasted Veggies with Chickpeas are roasted to perfection and tossed in a dreamy pesto sauce. Pesto chickpeas provide the crunch and protein to the dish. We all know that it’s really the sauce that makes the dish.

5. Greek meatballs with whipped feta cheese and creamy orzo

Vegetarian meatballs, orzo and whipped feta

Source: Greek meatballs with whipped feta and creamy orzo

Greek Meatballs with Whipped Feta and Creamy Orzo by Maria Kotzogiannis are served with a fresh salad, whipped feta and creamy orzo.

6. Simple lentil loaf

Vegetarian loaf

Source: Simple Lentil Loaf

Nele Liivlaid’s Simple Gluten-Free Lentil Loaf is simple, easy, and delicious! It’s great for entertaining meat eaters because it’s so flavorful and delicious! You can even serve it at Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner! Or make a large batch and freeze the slices for a quick dinner on busy days. This lentil loaf is a great dinner – you have to try it! Plus, with thyme, sage, and rosemary, your kitchen will smell absolutely amazing!

7. Fruit cake biscuits

Vegan Fruit Cake Cookies

Source: Fruitcake Cookies

Gretchen Price’s Fruitcake Cookies are complete with brandy-soaked cranberries, raisins, almonds, pecans, and candied orange rind! Absolutely delicious!

8. Raw fruit cake

Vegan fruit cake

Source: Raw Fruit Cake

This raw fruit cake by Zuzana Vajkosova and Nikki Leffler is addictive! We used only whole food plant ingredients to maintain the high nutritional value – full of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. It uses a fair number of ingredients, but for a special occasion, it’s worth it.

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