I often receive requests for the vegan recipes I post. I thought it would be easiest to post them here for everyone. Enjoy 🙂
Raw Vanilla Protein “Donuts” – a super-indulgent healthy treat. Hard to believe it’s so healthy!
Peanut Butter Jelly Power Balls – simple, quick energy in easy-to-eat bites to take with you while training or racing.
Coconut Lime Shake – a refreshing shake full of electrolytes and flavor.
Raw Cinnamon Rolls – nut and date based treats to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Teff Muffins – one of my favorite pre or post-workout muffins made with the powerhouse supergrain teff.
Coconut Quinoa and Sweet Potato Curry – if you like curry (who doesn’t?!?), try this quick and simple recipe.
Avocado Chickpea Salad – enjoy it in lettuce wraps, on bread, on top of a salad, or just eat it with a spoon.
Killer Kale Salad – my favorite way to eat kale is massaged with avocado!
Avocado Chia Chocolate Mousse – when training volume is high and I need an extra dose of healthy fats this dessert/snack doubles to satisfy my sweet tooth 🙂 So easy to prepare and I always have all of the ingredients on hand.
Ultimate Blueberry Beet Recovery Shake – after tough workouts or when I simply need a nutrient-dense boost, this smoothie packs a ton of nutrition into a tasty, beautiful glass!
- Protein Pancakes – a weekend staple for me. Use your favorite protein powder to boost these powerhouse pancakes for a pre or post training treat. Throw in whatever add-in’s you love!
Roasted Beet Soup – by now I’m sure you know about the benefits of beets for endurance athletes. This savory soup is a delicious way to add this power-packed root vegetable to your arsenal.
Kale & Chickpea Curry – curry is a true love of mine… Not only does it taste amazing but it has great recovery benefits as well. Coconut milk is full of healthy fats and electrolytes, curry powder is great for circulation, and turmeric, cayenne, and garlic are anti-inflammatories. Add kale and chickpeas and you have a powerhouse meal!
Beet Burgers – This Post Punk Kitchen recipe has been a staple of mine for years. Great flavor, great consistency, and you can enjoy them on their own, on a bun loaded with all of your favorite fixin’s, or – my favorite – on top of a salad. Seriously, I could eat these every day.
Bean and Quinoa Salad – there are many ways to make a great quinoa salad. Here is a simple but delicious and nutritionally dense staple of mine. I like to add some avocado for additional healthy fats.
Spicy Peanut Noodle Stir Fry – Bust out your wok for my favorite dinner! I could eat this every day. Pasta, tempeh, veggies, coconut milk, peanut butter, and all of the best spices. I tried my best to estimate amounts – this is one of my few “wing it” dishes. Feel free to go crazy.
Lentil Loaf – I had to dig deep to find the source of this recipe as it’s been a staple of mine for years! Simple yet nourishing and delicious, I can make a loaf and enjoy it throughout the week. Perfect for plan-ahead meal prep! I omit the walnuts. You can also swap 1/4 cup of lentils for an equal amount of quinoa.
Peanut Butter, garbanzo, sweet potato, kale soup – the name says it all. These are a few of my favorite things.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cake – this recipe is adapted from the book Dairy-Free Ice Cream. Maizey-approved.
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