Cooking is a form of meditation. And eating, when done right, can be a celebration! What holiday or special event isn’t centered around sharing a meal? We get it, food is important! Food should be nourishing, but also delicious. Eating should be done consciously, but should also inspire you! And, at the end of the day, we all want a meal that lights up our taste buds - and feels good for the soul! Whether you’re cooking just for you, your family, or having your yoga friends over for a goddess get together, these recipes will not let you down!
Lentil & Cauliflower Tacos
These vegetarian lentil & cauliflower tacos from Cookie & Kate are a real crowd pleaser! These are easy to make in under an hour, high in protein and fiber, and most importantly packed with flavor! To make this vegan, you can easily sub in vegan mayonnaise.
Vegan Mac n’ Cheese
This vegan mac n’ cheese is so rich and creamy you’ll forget it’s not actually cheese! Best of all… it only takes 20 minutes! We love adding roasted broccoli to this for added protein, potassium, and fiber!
Sublime’s Frito Misto
This photo of Sublime Restaurant & Bar is courtesy of TripAdvisor
Sublime is a vegan restaurant in Fort Lauderdale and the Frito Misto is arguably the best dish on the menu. Luckily for us, they’ve shared their recipe online! This makes for an easy and crave-able appetizer and the sauce will have you licking the pan!
Nourishing Curried Lentil Sweet Potato Bowl
Coconut curried lentils + sweet potatoes + kale + cauliflower rice + cilantro chutney = BLISS! This bowl from Minimalist Baker is hearty, filling, flavorful, and also super healthy! Did we mention it’s easy to make? Dinner is served!
Heart of Palm Vegan Tuna Salad
This heart of palm “tuna” salad takes only 15 minutes to make! This makes for an easy, healthy lunch. You won’t even miss the tuna!
Romesco Soup with Smashed Chickpeas
We are in love with this creamy, rich, and oh so satisfying romesco soup from Minimalist Baker! Perfect on its own for those nights where you just want an easy light dinner, or great as a starter!
Jackfruit Banh Mi
We absolutely love Thug Kitchen. And this recipe is a perfect example of why! Not only is this take on a Vietnamese classic absolutely delicious, but it’s easy AND best of all the recipe is hilarious. As long as you’re not offended by colorful language. We hope you enjoy this Banh Mi as much as we did, and you get a few giggles in too!
This vegetarian take on a Spanish classic is hearty, healthy, flavorful, and suits all dietary restrictions! This Cookie & Kate recipe is vegan, nut free, soy free, gluten free, and dairy free! Just add sangria!
About the Author
Adriana is a yoga teacher and YogaClub Tribe Leader. She has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and teaching for five years. Budokon Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga are her favorite styles of yoga to practice. Her yoga practice has brought sweetness and authenticity into her life and her intention is to share that sweetness and help her students strive to be their own authentic selves. Adriana’s favorite YogaClub brands are Free People, teeki, and Niyama Sol.