Who doesn’t love an egg roll? I can never find egg roll wrappers that don’t contain egg so I made this Vegan Egg Roll in a Bowl. It tastes exactly like the filling found in those delectable egg rolls, but without the fried wrappers! I know typically egg rolls have added meat, so I added the sliced portoblello mushrooms to provide a meaty texture in place of the meat.
If you want to add some extra protein to this stir fry, you can add toasted peanuts or cashews. Quinoa may be another nice addition.
This healthy dish is vegan, gluten free and paleo. You can whip it up so fast too. From start to finish it’s less than 20 minutes! We filmed a short video for this recipe. You can view it below. For more videos, you can subscribe to my You Tube channel.
I had some cabbage I needed to use up, so I decided to make this Slow Cooker Cabbage Soup. It was very easy and came out great! The best part is it only calls for simple ingredients you probably already have on hand! This healthy soup is made in the slow cooker so it can cook even when you leave the house!
The other day when I sent Marcus to the store to get some diced tomatoes, he accidentally bought tomato sauce. This soup was the perfect use for that sauce. Plus, the house smelled so good when this was cooking!
This soup recipe makes a ton, but it freezes great. I like to freeze it in serving sized containers so I can just grab and defrost what I need. If you wanted to bump up the protein in this recipe, I think adding chickpeas or white beans would be good.
The other day, my husband Marcus, made a delicious meal using odds and ends from the fridge. Sometimes the best meals come out of using the leftovers! This EasyCabbage Stir Fry was a perfect example of that. He posted a pic of the meal in my Facebook group, and a lot of people wanted the recipe. So he made it again with measurements, so I could share it with you. If you love cabbage, you will also like my Cabbage Salad and my Asian Slaw.
This meal whips up in less than 40 minutes. It’s vegan, gluten free and even paleo friendly. It’s also budget friendly. If you wanted to bump up the protein, you can always serve it over quinoa.
I have been wanting to so an Asian slaw for quite some time now. This week, we had some leftover red cabbage and I took that as a sign. What we came out with was so good!
This Asian slaw would be great in some spring rolls, or in an Asian wrap with your favorite protein. It is definitely a dish that will be made often in our house. Just today, I added some cashews to it for my husband’s lunch and he said they were amazing on top. So even though it’s not pictured, I will add it to the recipe. 🙂 This is a quick dish that can be made in a few minutes.