This is so yum especially if you guys already love the chickpea scramble this just adds so much extra flavour! If you’re new to Natural Born Feeder you may be wondering about nutritional yeast, it’s an active yeast that you can pick up in most stores/health food and supermarkets that is a great supplement to add to a vegan dish in order to give it a cheesy flavour – have I sold it to you yet? I hope you love this recipe and once again thanks for visiting my site.
Satay…say no more. I love a simple satay sauce – and these tofu skewers will be top of your list for any peanut butter lover. However, you can sub the peanut butter for almond, cashew or sunflower butter, whatever suits your taste buds and budget. I paired my tofu satay with some cauli rice and finished it off with some fresh lime – Delish!
My mum was definitely more into baking than cooking, however she did make an amazing ratatouille that made eating vegetables something to look forward to – even as kids. I have taken her original recipe and made it into more of a dinner dish with a comforting cauliflower topping.
As the weather starts to get a little bit colder this is the perfect dish to warm you up. It’s full of delicious ingredients that will leave you feeling satisfied and nicely full. It’s also a great dish to have prepped for lunch!
The tastiest Vegan Bean Free Chilli. This chilli is full of delish veggies and rich in flavour with the added cacao. I love prepping this dish for my week day meals as it gets better and better each day. I love it served with brown rice, lentil pasta or mashed sweet potato.
Curry, probably the best meal prep dish and the most comforting thing to arrive home to after a long day in work! I make at least 1 curry a week. It’s a great way to use up left-over veggies and feed a few mouths.
This pizza is so tasty and quick to make. I’ve kept it to ingredients that can be bought in a health food store or your local supermarket in the health food section. You can tailor toppings to suit your preference.
This healthy butternut squash carbonara is a warming evening meal packed full of vegetables but tastes so good and like something a little more sinful. The squash carbonara sauce is silky smooth and cheesy making it the perfect replacement for a traditional carbonara sauce.
With just over 22g of protein per serving this is an epic dinner and makes my tummy so happy.
If you’re going down the meal prep road, fair play! It’s a great way to stay on track. To keep this up long term? Needs serious creativity when it comes to spices, herbs and combining flavours!
This recipe is great to prep this as your vegetable portion for meals or simply prepped on a bed of quinoa.