What a wonderful line up of meals — they really look stunning — so healthy and so delicious — this makes meal planning SO much easier — thank you! My sister and I are both huge fans of your site. Make smaller portions of a recipe?
So glad to hear you both enjoy my blog. I have a fridge overflowing with leftovers right now. Sometimes I play with leftovers by turning, say, a bean salad into burrito or quesadilla filling, put it on some greens, etc. I really need to start having the foresight to halve recipes, too—that would solve a lot of problems! Hope these ideas help. I just discovered your blog and all these recipes look absolutely amazing!
Only problem is, where I live Greece most of those ingredients which are crucial to vegan cooking are really expensive, not to mention hard to find. Quinoa has just recently been appearing in local supermarket stores but is still at 6 times the price of rice. Same goes for coconut milk, sweet potatoes, even avocados are quite expensive here. Flaxseed, chia seeds etc are only sold in bio product stores, in pretty high prices too.
Thanks for saying hello! You can do it! Great recipe overview, there are definately a couple I want to try although I am not per se vegan, I just simply love vegetables a lot! Thanks for the great list of veggie recipes. They look so delicious! Just discovered your site…will make something from your list today!
I am salivating already.
Just discovered your site and made the curried cauliflower soup. He rarely shares my vegan recipes with her, so that is a real endorsement. Thank you for saying hello, Carol! Glad you found my site and delighted to hear that you all enjoyed the soup! Thank You for sharing your recipes. I am a personal chef and am always looking for new delicious reipes! Thank you so much!
I would have liked to have read more but … …. OK Kate, great to see you are also a dog lover! I honestly want to eat ALL of these recipes!!! I know this is an old post of yours but wanted to say thanks. These recipes look so colorful and divine will definitely be trying a few of these. I think your recipes are great, especially the effort you make for us plant based folk.
I really appreciate your effort to make truly delicious vegan dishes and not just ommiting non vegan stuff out of recipes!
I appreciate your care for vegan recipes while not being vegan yourself! Thank you so much for posting! Happy you have tried some already.
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Be sure to report back as you try other recipes! I have looked through this list of recipes, and although there are some that sound quite good, none of the ones I looked at would work as a full meal for us. The one problem with all of them is that they do not contain enough protein to sustain us. I tried being vegan for a while and ended up being starved for protein. For us, vegetarian meals that can include eggs, yogurt and cheese work much better. I was really hoping to find something on your list that would work. I have vegetarian options that might work for you if that is what you are after.
I love your vegan recipes, Kate! I already had a few of these saved and just added a bunch more. That so so amazing.. I saved these list for my wife and make sure try one of all recipe. Cookie and Kate receives commissions on purchases made through our links to retailers. Cookie and Kate is a registered trademark of Kathryne Taylor. Our cookbook, Love Real Food, is here!
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We have regular meetups, eat outs and potlucks to encourage vegetarian lifestyle. Enjoy with poppadums and chutney. Wanna try all NOW! I think your recipes are great, especially the effort you make for us plant based folk. FamilyFun's Treat of the Month See the delicious, clever, and easy seasonal recipes FamilyFun magazine is creating each month.
Never miss a new recipe Subscribe to our email newsletter! Enter your email address Comments Leave a comment below: Cancel reply Your comments make my day. Excited to check a bunch of these out! Mouth-watering, must go make one of these for dinners — sensational! What an excellent round up! I foresee some of these wonderful dishes gracing our table soon.
Wow, what a great round-up — I want to make all of these! An easy-to-make classic featuring tasty hamburger 'steaks' smothered in gravy and onions. It's a great way to dress up a pound of ground beef, and you probably have all the ingredients on hand! By Anne Marie Sweden. Baked Honey Mustard Chicken. This tangy-sweet baked chicken is simply seasoned and cooked, quick from start to delicious finish.
Lime Chicken Soft Tacos.
A lime chicken filling with vinegar, sugar, green onion, oregano and light seasoning makes these soft tacos citrusy-good! A delicious pasta and chicken dish with garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil. Serve with crusty bread. Honey Mustard Grilled Chicken. A creamy honey mustard basting sauce gets added zip from steak sauce in this quick and easy grilled chicken recipe. This rendition of a classic dish of shrimp baked in butter, garlic, lemon juice and parsley, is even better with the help of Dijon-style mustard. Chicken Cordon Bleu I. A delicious French classic, chicken cordon bleu is made of chicken breasts stuffed with ham and Swiss cheese.
This Mexican casserole recipe made with layers of tortilla chips, beef, and salsa makes a quick and easy dish that will please the whole family. Cooked egg is shredded and mixed with a stir fry of chicken, rice and onion in soy sauce in this fundamental Chinese dish. Easy Garlic Broiled Chicken. Broiled chicken thighs are brushed with a mixture of butter, soy sauce, and garlic.
Transform cream of mushroom soup into a delicious simmering sauce by tossing in some chopped onion and sliced fresh mushrooms. Add to seasoned and sauteed pork chops and you have a rich and creamy meal. Egg and Toast Cups Lure kids into eating a fulfilling breakfast with this cute all-in-one dish. Double-Chocolate Cereal Treats These decadent chocolate-on-chocolate cookies boast full satisfaction and a dose of whole-grain goodness.
Sweet Potato and Sausage Strata Hand over the reins: Ham and Swiss Egg Sandwiches This delicious handheld breakfast will get the kids going in the morning and out the door without delay. Cheesy Chicken Bagel Pizzas Bagel halves are a quick, kid-friendly stand-in for traditional pizza crust. Baked Mozzarella Bites Serve this quick after-school snack to your kids as an alternative to traditional fried cheesesticks.
Linguine with Easy Meat Sauce For picky eaters, try serving this meat sauce over whimsically shaped pasta, like bow ties, rotini, or wagon wheels. Creamy Ranch-Style Dip Serve this dip with baby carrots, broccoli florets, or other fresh vegetables.
Chili-Cheese Mac Meaty, cheesy, and delicious—kids will love this comforting dinner. Tomato-Basil Soup This creamy tomato soup is super-flavorful courtesy of fire-roasted diced tomatoes and our delicious blend of ingredients. Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs We lightened up a kid-friendly favorite that will still please your pint-sized diners. Chicken with Pepperoni-Marinara Sauce Saucy, cheesy, and oh-so-flavorful—this will soon become one of your family's new favorites.
White Chocolate-Cherry Bark Pack a cherry-spiked piece in your child's bag or you own for a creamy-crunchy treat. Sloppy Joe Sliders An already kid-friendly classic just got kicked up a notch. Chocolate-Granola Apple Wedges If you can't find Braeburn apples, Gala or Fuji varieties also stand up to dipping and add a touch more sweetness. Chicken and Waffle Sandwiches Breakfast meets dinner in this play on the Southern favorite.
Chip-Crusted Fish Fillets The tang in the salt and vinegar chips mellows as the fish bakes in the oven, creating a crunchy spin on fish and chips. Banana-Chocolate French Toast For tough-to-please kids, try serving breakfast for dinner. Chicken and Bean Burritos Try also using this filling for tacos, quesadillas, or nachos. Broiled Pineapple Sundaes This sundae also makes a great breakfast parfait—just substitute plain fat-free Greek yogurt for frozen. Melty Monsieur Serve fruit with this kid-friendly take on the classic croque monsieur.
Easy Peach Crisp Choose peaches that are ripe but still slightly firm to the touch. Cinnamon Crisps with Blackberries and Yogurt This recipe is just as tasty with fresh blueberries or strawberries. Baked Egg-in-a-Hole These bacon-and-egg toasts make for a fun breakfast or easy dinner. Turkey, Apple, and Swiss Melt Vary the fruit to suit your kids' preferences—use red- or green-skinned apples or pears. Beef and Broccoli Bowl This stir-fry was a hit, and several tasters even went back for seconds. Chicken and Vegetable Soup Tiny pasta stars will up the fun factor.
Raspberry Chocolate Parfaits Sweet raspberries and creamy frozen yogurt replace traditional ice cream—a much lower-fat swap that went unnoticed by Maclaine, one of our toughest kid critics. Panko-Crusted Fish Sticks Young cooks will enjoy breading the fish sticks and stirring together the tartar sauce. Peanut Butter Hummus with Cucumber Dippers Hummus is made more kid-friendly with the addition of peanut butter. Chicken Yakitori Rice Bowl Mirin is a rice wine low in alcohol, and most of it cooks off in this recipe.
Browned Butter Gnocchi with Broccoli and Nuts Kids like the chewy gnocchi, sweet broccoli, and crunchy nuts. Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pudding This pudding isn't just fast, it's easy too. Try sliced bananas on top. Maple-Pecan Sundaes with Cinnamon Crisps Vary the nuts to your kids' preferences—walnuts or almonds would be equally tasty. Barbecue Turkey Meatballs This will be a new family favorite from the very first bite.
Zucchini Mini Muffins These are tasty for breakfast or as a snack. Honey-Lime Chicken Kebabs with Mango Slices For a colorful accompaniment, add mini bell peppers to the broiler pan with the skewers. Sunflower Granola Breakfast Parfaits To make this portable breakfast a snap, prepare the granola in advance and store it in an airtight container. Grilled Peaches with Honey Cream The perfect summer cookout treat, grilling brings out the sweetness in peaches. Crispy Broccoli-Carrot Fritters These quick, crispy fritters are packed with vegetables and get supercrisp in the pan.
Lemon-Parmesan Popcorn A handful of ingredients and far less salt gives you better-tasting flavored popcorn than you can buy. Broccoli Mac and Cheese Dijon mustard and Worcestershire sauce add savory depth to this creamy mac. Peanut Butter Granola Crunch Parfaits This low-fat parfait is the perfect middle-of-the-day springtime snack to hold the kids over until dinner.
Apple and Bacon Pita Pizzas Smoky bacon, rich walnuts, and woodsy thyme give depth to these quick personal pizzas. Cinnamon-Apple Panini With a touch of sweet spice, cream cheese richness, and tart apple crunch, these melty-sweet sandwich triangles are sure to earn grade-A ratings. Marshmallow Popcorn Treats with Dark Chocolate Drizzle Reminiscent of classic popcorn balls, these salty-sweet treats make for awesome low-fat, lunch box—friendly snacking. No-Bake Chewy Granola Bars These bars are a perfectly portable snack you can prep on Sunday and enjoy throughout the week.