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Complete list of vegetarian recipes from Jenn.

Recipes contain options to include meat or go vegan where applicable so the entire family can eat together!

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Sidra Agarwal, dietetic student Falafel gyros, aka falafel sandwich, is all the Mediterranean flavors we love, wrapped in fluffy pita bread and topped with veggies and a creamy Tzatziki sauce. These gyros are incredibly healthy and topped with vegetables, plant-based protein and fiber from the chickpeas. Tzatziki sauce adds creaminess and an extra dose of […]

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Cream of Chicken Soup is often used to create cozy, comforting dishes in the fall and winter.  Of course, you can just thin it out a bit and eat it as a soup. But more often, cream of chicken soup is used in casseroles, pasta, chili, chicken and dumplings, enchiladas,

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Disclosure Please note that some of the content below has been sponsored. This means I received compensation to create a recipe with Secolari’s products. But I promise the final result was fantastic, and all ideas and viewpoints are my own. Inspiration for this post You guys, I had so much

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By Amanda Mahaleris – July 2021 Ok, let me set the stage. It’s Thursday night, and you’re standing in front of the fridge. You’re thinking to yourself, “What should I make for dinner tonight?”. You pick up the zucchini that’s a day past prime, looking shriveled and neglected. The mushrooms are beginning to brown, and

Easy Vegan Vegetable Fried Rice Read More »

By Amanda Mahaleris – June 2021 Summer, Fall, Winter, or Spring… whatever the season may be, soup is always a good idea, in my opinion. Besides its versatility, soup is the ultimate meal-prepping food! If you’re anything like me, the last thing I want to do after cooking dinner… eating dinner… and cleaning up dinner

Vegan Hot and Sour Soup with Tofu Read More »

Amanda Mahaleris, RD student Spaghetti, tacos, and pork chops, oh my! These dishes could quite possibly be one of your go-to weekday meals – well, why not? They’re cheap, easy to make, and typically a crowd-pleaser. However, if you’re not in the mood to hear “spaghetti, not again!” tonight, then try making this delicious vegan

Vegan Curry with Chickpeas Read More »

Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD Fruit is a pretty awesome snack, full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. However, it lacks both protein and fat, meaning that while you may feel full after eating a serving of fruit, you may get hungry again soon afterward. Enter this fruit dip, full of protein and healthy fats.

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Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD I used to only eat tofu in restaurants. I had tried multiple different ways to cook it and never liked how it came out. Most instructions say you have to marinate it to get any flavor.  Sometimes, they tell you to press the tofu. But other than putting it in

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Vegetarian Sheet pan dinner on white square plate on blue table

Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD I love to cook. I love to try new recipes and learn new techniques. And sometimes, my omnivorous family members enjoy that, too!  However, I don’t always have the time or energy for big elaborate dinners and constantly consulting a recipe.   So, I like to keep a rotating list of

The Best Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner with Roasted Gnocchi Read More »

Jennifer Hanes MS, RDN, LD I’ve brought another super simple recipe to you today.  I needed to use up the leftover pomegranate from my Dark Chocolate Pomegranate Coins I made last month, and this super simple dish came to mind! I’ve made it before, and as a main dish, I’m really the only one that

Simple Goat Cheese Pasta Read More »

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