This super simple and easy oven-baked falafel recipe uses canned chickpeas and oat flour. The falafels are moist, flavorful, and paked with plant-based goodness!
These Greek-inspired balls are made with mashed chickpeas (no blender needed!), grated courgettes and carrots, green herbs and feta. They are crispy on the outside, moist on the inside, and packed with flavour.
Quick and easy (no blender required) but seriously delicious, these vegetarian patties are flavoured with turmeric, paprika, and optional chili. The sweet potato adds a wonderful sweet taste and creamy texture.
A healthier (but super delicious) version of traditional pumpkin fritters (pampoen koekies). Oats is used instead of flour.
A delicious and nutritious treat with a fudgey, cookie dough-like texture. These are packed with wholesome ingredients like oats, chickpeas, peanut butter and banana. They are vegan too.
This bright green sauce is super quick, simple and versatile. You can use it to top off roast veg, chicken, fish grilled tofu, pasta, or even as a salad dressing. It also works very well as a dip for fresh veggies or falafels.
A nutritious one pot wonder that is so simple to prepare yet so tasty. Peanut butter gives this dish a rich and nutty taste. You can customize the recipe to whatever veggies you have on hand, even frozen veg works well.
Cocoa powder makes this savoury Mexican dish surprisingly rich and decadent, adding a new dimension to vegetarian Chili. Plus, the recipe is high in fiber and protein thanks to the black beans. And it is super simple + quick.
A glorious feast of a salad, this elevates kale to new heights. Marinating and massaging the kale softens it up and takes away that very strong kale flavour, so it is a perfect salad to try if you are still a little skeptical of kale. This salad is great as a side dish, but can be served as a main if you add some protein. A can of chickpeas, some poached eggs, or some left-over chicken would work perfectly.