No time? We hear you! These three 20-minute easy plant based meals are perfect for a quick weekday dinner. When life gets busy you don't have to resort to takeout or fast food; instead, try one of these super quick and easy vegan meals that are tasty, healthy, and ready in no time to make.
And did I mention you don't need to turn on your stove top or oven to make them?
1. Raw Vegan Pesto Zoodles
Summer is here and it's time to take advantage of all those fresh veggies and herbs. If you’re looking for a healthy, flavorful, raw easy vegan recipe, try these raw vegan pesto zoodles!
This dish takes no time at all to prepare, and is an excellent source of protein, fiber, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. Not to mention it's super creamy, refreshing, and surprisingly filling. Make it even easier on yourself and buy pre-made zoodles at the grocery store!
2. Lemon Avocado Chickpea Salad
Let’s face it; sometimes it’s just too hot to cook.
Instead of ordering takeout, whip up this super simple lemon avocado chickpea salad. There is no stove or oven required with this healthy and easy plant-based meal! It’s creamy, refreshing, and a bit spicy (from the garlic).
Enjoy it over greens, or on whole-grain bread. Either way, it’s easy to make and packed with healthy veggies and spices.
3. Raw Blender Soup
Have 5 minutes to spare? Sorry, let’s tack on another 2 to clean the blender.
If you're looking for easy and delicious ideas for vegan meals, these two blender soup recipes are for you. They can be chilled or heated up for hearty, delicious, and above all else, super fast and nutritious dinner.
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By Caroline DiNicola Fawley
Caroline is a plant-based chef, recipe designer, and whole food plant-based nutrition educator, with a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies