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!
Got the winter blues? Perk up your day with these plant-strong burgers! They are sweet, tangy, juicy and spicy - all at once! Perfect for company and kids (skip the cayenne) - bring a napkin and your appetite!
The Engine 2 Meal Planner is feature packed! Customize your menu from our database of hundreds of possibilities. Change your serving sizes or make enough for leftovers with the click of a button. Get live help from our team of food coaches or watch a video to improve your cooking skills from the chefs at the Rouxbe Cooking School.
The odds were not good. I didn’t know anyone there. I am overweight and self conscious about it in a crowd like I imagined this would be. I’m an introvert. The walk uphill to dorms and meeting rooms knocked the breath right out of me. There were 700 people there...and I don’t like crowds.
There are many different paths to a plant-strong lifestyle. Maybe you watched Forks Over Knives on Netflix, you stumbled across Engine 2 products at Whole Foods Market or you have read the headlines and research shared a...
In tribute to all the amazing, talented, and miracle-working moms out there, I want to share these plant-strong recipes from the meal planner with you in hopes they will inspire your family and help make your Mother’s Day memorable.
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.
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.
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!
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!).
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!
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This is a chocolate cake for the gods –moist and chocolaty with dreamy, creamy Adonis frosting. Rip’s wife, Jill, made this cake for Rip’s 49th birthday party and it was a smash! The recipe comes fro...
Rinotta Stuffed Shells
Rinotta Shells in a bed of sauce and greens
My Mom used to make stuffed shells a lot when I was growing up. The standard ricotta, mozzarella, eggs, garlic and spices filled the shells. There wa...