Have you tried cauliflower rice? It’s life changing! This Pineapple Cauliflower Fried Rice is so delicious and a great option for those that avoid grains. It really does mimic the texture of rice and it;s also super healthy. This meal whips up in no time at all.
The key to making cauliflower rice work well is to not go too heavy on the sauce. If you love cauliflower rice already, you may also like these other recipes below!
If you are looking a quick meal idea, this EasyBroccoli Stir Fry is it. I was inspired to make this recipe by my Thai Peanut Sauce recipe. I thought it would go really well with the broccoli since I sometimes put broccoli in my Peanut Noodle Stir Fry recipe.
I slightly tweaked the peanut sauce for this recipe. It came out pretty yummy!
I added peanuts for some crunch and extra protein. If you wanted, you can stretch this meal by serving it over rice or quinoa. As is, this Broccoli stir fry is vegan and gluten free.
If you are trying to eat more veggies, you should try this Veggie Loaded Chickpea Stir Fry. It’s super easy and you can really use any veggies you have on hand. Just like vegetable broth, it’s a great way to use up leftover odds and ends in the fridge.
The chickpeas add protein to make this a complete meal. You could also serve it with rice or quinoa. Toasted cashews would be a nice option too.
This is vegan and gluten free and grain free! For a paleo version, you can skip the chickpeas and serve over cauliflower rice.
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.
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.
Stir fries are a great way to use up odds and ends in the fridge. This Quinoa Vegetable Stir Fry comes together very quickly. I always keep some cooked grains or quinoa in the fridge to add to meals like this. This quinoa stir fry recipe is very versatile. Just use it as a base to add whatever veggies you like. I happened to have a couple orange peppers sitting around, so that was my starting point. I also love broccoli in my stir fries, so I made sure to add it.
These quinoa stir fry recipe is vegan, and it can easily be gluten free if you use Bragg’s aminos or coconut aminos instead of the soy sauce.