Recipes — high fiber

Plant Based Recipe Mashed Sweet Potato

Plant-Based Thanksgiving Recipe Mashed Japanese Sweet Potato

This plant-based Thanksgiving recipe could pass as a side, dessert, or even breakfast! It’s sweet, smooth, crunchy, and makes a healthy substitute for marshmallow sweet potatoes over the holidays. Japanese sweet potatoes are extremely healthy and famous for keeping people feeling and looking young.   Bonus tip: Feeling stressed over the holidays and need some “treat yourself” time? Set aside some mashed Japanese sweet potatoes (before adding plant-based milk, and syrup) and use it as a facemask! It will rejuvenate your skin, and leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take on any extended family visits, snow shoveling, shopping trips, and...

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Plant Based Pumpkin Pie

Plant-Based No-Bake Pumpkin Pie

This super healthy plant-based no-bake pumpkin pie recipe is so darn good and so darn easy it's sure to become a fall staple.

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Plant Based Spinach Artichoke Dip

Plant-Based Lemon Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe

We've gotten many requests in our private Facebook group for plant-based game day recipes that will please a (non-vegan) crowd. Well, ask and you shall receive! This plant-based lemon spinach artichoke dip is what football Sunday dreams are made of ..and there's not an ounce of dairy in sight. We swapped the traditional cream cheese and sour cream for rich yet dairy-free cashew cream.  Cozy down or get fired up with this plant-based Lemon Spinach Artichoke Dip. It’s packed with natural protein, potassium, magnesium, antioxidants and flavor. GO TEAM! Prep time: 30 minutes Bake time: 40 minutes Servings: 6-8 as an appetizer Ingredients  2 cans of...

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Plant Based Brownies

Cooking with MamaSezz: Plant-Based Peanut Butter Cream Sweet Potato Brownies

Well, they’re not called sweet potatoes for nothin’. These peanut butter cream sweet potato brownies will have your even your omnivore friends asking for seconds (and the recipe). The sweet potato brownie mix is good on its own, but once you add the whipped peanut butter cream? Forget about it! One of the biggest misconceptions about a WFPB diet is that you can’t have anything sweet, and that is just not true! My advice: try to fill your sugar craving with whole foods that are naturally sweet like dates, raisins, ripe bananas, and peaches, all of which are packed with dietary...

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