For many folks, the holidays equal stress. What a drag! This year, take a vow to really enjoy the season and not let the stress overwhelm you. We’ve got some tips to keep you from biting off your nails.
This easy, one pot meal is great for a Sunday dinner. You could serve this with mashed potatoes and gravy, or just enjoy the vegetables in the broth created by slow roasting. We love having this dish when company is coming. Thick steak-like slices of the cauliflower offer up a hearty meal.
Our favorite part of fall is all the amazing fruits and vegetables that become available during the season. Filled with flavor and packed with nutrients, here are some of our favorites (and some inspiration for using them in your plant-strong kitchen).
This dip is a crowd pleaser, whether you’re enjoying the game or just want a tasty, plant-strong snack. This recipe makes a party-sized serving. If you’re not expecting a crowd, you can reduce the recipe by half.
Candy isn’t what makes Halloween so much fun (really!). In fact, committing to a 100% plant-strong Halloween could likely be your best spooky holiday yet. These four tips can help you make the most of this ghoulish day.
These easy-to-make Scrimmage Scramble Rolls are great for tailgating or watching the game at home. Our testers were doing a touchdown dance after snacking on these rolls on opening day, they were such a hit!
Depending on how long you’ve been on your plant-strong journey, chances are your pantry looks a LOT different than it did when you were eating the Standard American Diet. And with good reason: A plant-strong pantry is loaded with flavor and nutritional power!
The myth that plant-strong eating is expensive is just that: a myth. Many people in our Seven-Day Rescue Challenge Facebook group report that they are actually spending less money at the grocery store each week buying their amazing plant foods. Still, who wouldn’t want to save even more? Keep these four tips in mind at the store to save even more on your grocery bill.
Loaded up with greens and served over cooked brown rice, whole wheat pasta, baked potatoes or your favorite grain, this easy-to-prepare recipe is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters (that includes kids!).
Fun runs, themed races, inflatables, virtual races and other great ideas make completing a 5k an attainable goal for almost everyone. Here are some common mistakes for first timers to avoid for a great race day experience.
Take advantage of a melting pot of delicious flavors inspired by the city of San Diego in this new favorite that is sure to be a hit, whether you’re serving them for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner!
Engine 2’s incredible food coach and recipe creator, Ami Mackey, shared this concoction on Instagram and in our Seven-Day Rescue Challenge Facebook group. It was an immediate, smash it, and is sure to go down in history as a fan favorite. You won’t believe this recipe is 100% plant-strong goodness!
Raw dough, baby! Who isn’t in the mood for it sometimes? Jane served these at a Plant-Strong Women, Power, Sex and Food presentation and everyone loved them, right down to the very last spoonful! You will, too. Like revenge, we find this is a dish best served cold.
This is the most basic - and versatile - of the spreads. You can find a variation of this recipe in almost any grocery store, but 95% of them are made with either olive oil or tahini/sesame paste, which pushes up the fat content (unless you purchase Engine 2 Hummus at Whole Foods Market locations across the US). Your best bet is to take three minutes and make a batch on Sunday that will last you for the week.