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yummy, not that low calories though
Dinner in one pan
Great by itself, or on a bun for a lunch on a hot day.
Vegan burger patties, based on the Engine 2 diet plant strong burger recipe.
A crustless quiche with chicken that makes a great lower carb alternative to chicken casserole
A lighter version of my stroganoff sauce, still rather high in calorie, but not as bad as before.
This recipe can't rightfully be called a diet recipe, but its good! It is for the sauce only, you'll need to make rice or noodles to serve it over.
Like a casserole you make on the stovetop, using only one skillet!!!
Great way to use extra zucchini from the garden, makes a nice accompaniment to spaghetti or any other italian cuisine.
delicious apple crumble
This soup can be served as is for a very low calorie lunch, but I like to crumble homemade vegan sausage into it, its reminiscent of corned beef and cabbage.
Another veggie burger variation
Not a recipe for homemade spaghetti sauce, rather an idea to raise the protein in pre-made sauces. I like it because my kids don't notice I changed the sauce, but they a good vegan source of protein and fiber.
Great vegan substitute for tuna or chicken sandwiches!
Makes 6 Quarter cup servings, 1/6 of recipe, not 1/8, that was a mistake which spark people wouldn't let me edit. Nutritional value per serving IS correct.
Great vegan cheese substitute. Very thick, good for a sandwich spread, or for use on tortillas. Sprinkle on things like diced tomatoes, chili peppers, black beans for a yummy quesadilla, or just spread on toasted bread and serve as grilled "cheeze" with tomato soup.
Note, you can reduce the fat by eliminating the olive oil, my diet is usually lower in fat that what it should be, so I add it in.
Great vegan protein source!
Vegan except that the coconut flakes probably contain white sugar, some vegans eat this, others do not. If this bothers you, leave them out or substitute fresh grated coconut.
A yummy, quick vegan dish!
As a main dish 1/2 of the recipe is a reasonable serving, however, if other foods such as salad, soup, rice, or bread is being served, you could probably make do with 1/4 to 1/5 of the recipe, you would need to adjust calorie levels though.
This is a yummy recipe I made up myself after looking at many other vegan lasagna recipes to get ideas, but I didn't actually copy any one of those recipes, I came up with my own! My kids even love it!
You need to soak the cashew nuts in water for at least 6 hours, so start them soaking early in the morning, or even the night before!
Just a vegetable soup I threw together with what I had on hand
Great in pasta or on a sandwich!
This recipe is based on one I got from another site, don't remember which one, but I've made some changes based on my own preferences.
This makes a delicious main course for vegans and vegetarians, or a great side dish for others!