This is a no-fuss recipe with only ten ingredients and one skillet. This recipe is tasty, a little spicy, loaded with colorful veggies, and packed with protein. If you are new to tofu, this is the recipe to get you started.

Chickpeas are an excellent source of plant protein and fiber. They are also super versatile and in this recipe we are using them to put a chocolate-twist on a classic dish — dessert hummus! Dessert hummus is a low-calorie dessert that is sure to be a hit at parties and with the whole family!

It can be a challenge to find grab-and-go breakfast options that are healthy. But with just a little bit of planning, these muffin tin frittatas make it easy! Apart from the base ingredients, you can add whatever toppings you enjoy—including some leftover vegetables that might otherwise go to waste.

Warming, comforting and healthy too, this harissa chicken traybake is perfect for busy weeknights and delicious enough for weekend entertaining! You can also make it in advance as the leftovers are delicious reheated too.

With the holidays approaching it’s nice to think of some easy and healthy appetizers for guests. These mushrooms are a crowd pleaser and are low in calories, making them a nice addition to a cocktail party filled with more indulgent treats.

Aquafaba is the leftover cooking liquid from chickpeas or other light-colored beans. When whipped like egg-whites or heavy cream, it becomes a vegan substitute for meringues or whipped cream. The final product is like eating a cloud!

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