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Our Favorite Plant-Based Food Blogs

Are you inspired to eat more plant-based meals?


These three plant-based food blogs are chalk full of enchanting seasonal recipes that make ditching animal flesh tasteful and easy. Each author embraces her own creative spin, drawing from international cuisine and local flavors.


Two common fears people have when they are including more plant-based cuisine are:

1) going hungry
2) missing out on essential nutrients such as protein


For years, I thought eating healthy meant going hungry. Discovering how to seriously enjoy plant-based meals with these mind-blowing food blogs helped me to overcome my fears and live nourished.


Prepare yourself for a perspective shift as you come across recipes ranging from Coconut Bacon BLT to In the Buff Smoothie Bowl to Roasted Red Pepper Mac & Cheese. These inspired chefs have taken your favorite meals and turned them into delectable, healthy plant-based treats full of protein and superfoods.


Ready to dish up some inspiration? Check out our three favorite plant-based food blogs.

 

1. 101 Cookbooks by Heidi Swanson

 

Heidi Swanson offers beautiful inspiration for cooking with whole, natural foods. Her blog shares recipes by season, ingredients and mealtime categories. So if you find yourself leaving the farmers’ market or grocery store with three bundles of kale or a bagful of shelling peas and feel joyfully overwhelmed by all of your fresh produce, you will find an array of recipes to help you create a delicious feast that everybody will love. Her recipes are meatless and plant-based, though you will find recipes with and without dairy products. We love her artful pictures and lengthy archive of innovative recipes that will leave you feeling full and energized. She makes wellness seem easy and fun!

 

2. Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon

Angela Liddon’s award-winning blog is designed help you find your inner and outer glow by indulging in mouth-watering, awe-inspiring plant-based recipes. Featuring over 500 recipes, Angela’s goal is equal parts pleasure and health. She says, “I thrive on a diet made up of whole, plant-based foods that are minimally processed and organically grown whenever possible. I make room for dessert, believing a balanced diet can still include indulgences like chocolate or sweet treats (in moderation—usually!).” So if you are ready to discover meat-free, dairy-free and even gluten-free meals, snacks and desserts, look no further. Your journey will quickly become about all of the incredible food you can happily enjoy rather than the foods you are trying to avoid. Check out her Summer Glow Buddha Bowl and Chocolate Raspberry Dreams Breakfast Parfait to get started!

 

3. Post Punk Kitchen by Isa Chandra Moscowitz

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Isa Chandra is the bestselling author of Isa Does It, Veganomicon & Vegan with a Vengeance. Plus she has a restaurant you should go check out called Modern Love based in Brooklyn and Omaha. She makes cooking and eating vegan food fun and delicious. Whether your looking for comfort foods, dessert, or you are seeking so fresh goodies to feel your best, Isa Chandra offers it all.

Craving something sweet? Check out her Rosemary Chocolate Chip Cookies and savor.

Desire a wholesome meal with some delectable flavors? Check out her Nirvana Enchilada Casserole.



 

 

 

*Featured image & article images taken from 101cookbooks.com, ohsheglows.com & IsaChandra.com.