When the corn and zucchini are coming fresh from the farm stands, THIS right here is the recipe to be making. Inspired by a craft taco joint in Ohio, this is an inventive take on a veggie filled taco with a quick and easy cilantro drizzle to go over the top. You can use corn tortillas, do up a batch of our grain free flatbread and use those, or use this topping to go atop some sweet potato nachos!
Transform your favorite snack/appetizer from nutritionally void, to a nutrient powerhouse of a meal by swapping out tortilla chips with thinly sliced sweet potato circles, and loading ’em up thick with veggies, avocado, and beans. Adapted from Two Peas and Their Pod. Add some fresh chicken, beans or ground meat of choice to up the protein on this fabulous dish. You can also skip making chips from the sweet potatoes and instead bake them, adding all toppings after to make a “loaded” sweet potato.
This is the perfect #MEATLESSMONDAY chili to whip up. Full of flavor, protein and fiber, this chili is simple to make, will fuel you well and makes for excellent leftovers in that busy week. This dish freezes well if you do make a double batch.
Anyone else LOVE the burrito bowls at Chipotle? We sure do, and so we made it our mission to make a nutrient packed version that you could enjoy with any Mexican leftovers. Feel free to get creative with this meal and change the flavors up often. Feel free to add any additional protein of your choice to this flavorful bowl.
We love this meal because it is easy to prepare, presents well and tastes delicious. It is easy to prep ahead of time and bake after a busy day of work. It’s also packed with nutrients and a perfect way to use up some bell peppers!
This is a great option for Meatless Monday (or Taco Tuesday) or any day really! We love the rich and creamy taste of butternut squash. Packed full of nutrients, this meal is a very quick and healthy spin on Mexican food.
Everything seems to taste better when in its in a bowl these days. This delicious meal in a bowl has fresh flavors with no lack of nutrients. This recipe is adapted slightly from Against All Grain cookbook