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Plant Based Meals and Proteins To Love 

Plant Based Meals and Recipes to Love  

Whether you follow a plant based diet already or are interested in incorporating more plant based meals into your diet, here is a comprehensive list of proteins followed by direct links for many of our favourite plant based, protein rich recipes. All of these recipes are also gluten free, dairy free, offer nut substitutes and are low sugar for optimal nutrition. 
 
Plant Based Proteins 
  • Chickpeas 
  • Beans
  • Spirulina 
  • Lentils 
  • Tofu & Tempeh
  • Hemp Seeds 
  • Nutritional Yeast 
  • Green Peas 
  • Amaranth & Quinoa 
  • Oats 
  • Chia Seeds 
  • Nuts, Nut Butters & Seed Butters 
We also do get some protein from the vegetables that we eat. These vegetables have a higher protein density so add the below mighty plants to your meals as another way to increase your protein consumption. 

Higher Protein Vegetables 
  • Broccoli
  • Potatoes 
  • Sweet Potatoes 
  • Brussel Sprouts 
  • Spinach 
Plant Based Recipes High in Protein 

Some of our favourite plant based meals that pack a protein punch are listed below. Enjoy! 
  • Harness the power of chickpeas with this Mock Tuna Radicchio Cup meal. 
  • Looking for something warm and satisfying? Check out this Protein Rich Veggie Chili with lots of beans. It's also the perfect stockpile freezer source to keep on hand! 
  • Including Tofu in delicious and inventive ways in your meals can be daunting but it's not hard and can be really easy! Here is a fast salad recipe powered with roasted tofu: Lemon Vinaigrette Salad.  
  • Using protein rich noodles in your pasta dishes are an easy way to add that plant based power! We love chickpea noodles, make sure to keep al dente, and fall in love with this Spring Chickpea Pasta with Cashew Ricotta.
Don't forget about breakfast! Check out the recipes below that harness the power of plants with protein from green pea protein powders, nut and seed butters, spirulina and the mighty chia seed! 

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