What is the Pegan diet?
The Pegan diet basically takes the best of both the Paleo and the Vegan
The remaining 25% of your plate should be made up of protein and fats, sourced from nuts, avocados, seeds (and their cold-pressed oils), legumes (maximum one cup a day) and, supposedly, animal-based proteins such as eggs, meat, poultry
I was SUPER excited about this diet, loving the idea of an even healthier take on veganism until I heard about the animal-based proteins. I’m vegetarian, not vegan, but I’m allergic to eggs and try to consume as little dairy as possible and am trying to shift my diet closer and closer to being fully vegan.
But hey, I figured why not just take out the meat and egg components and look at the beautiful healthy plant-based recipes that you have left? And that’s exactly what I did, so enjoy this round-up of some of the tastiest vegan-
(Yes, I know, vegan-pegan sounds silly! But it sure doesn’t taste silly….)
Comfort food meets health with these roasted potatoes topped with ripe avocado on a bed of fresh crispy salad with juicy fresh vegetables and creamy tahini.
If you’re looking for something easy, simple, super tasty, and super nutritious, then Running On Real Food have got you covered with these Buddha bowls.
In this recipe, Sunny Side Hanne tells us how she had to gently break it to a party guest that there were no refined grains in this tabbouleh, and we can totally feel their disbelief.
An explosion of fresh crispy vegetables, crunchy
Largely composed of nut, seed and olive fats with herbs, spices, lemon and garlic
I’m an unrepentant lover of both Indian and Tex-Mex food, (but not so much of lard and refined flours), so I was incredibly excited to see this recipe from My Dainty Soul Curry.
Ridiculously easy, low-carb, vegan, with no kneading or rolling out of dough, you absolutely must try this recipe.
I have an excellent spiralizer which I’ve had for years as I caught on to the spiralizing craze early. It became very quickly apparent to me that not only did my healthy low-carb options expand with a spiralizer but so did my kids’ interest in “curly” vegetables.
Ready in less than 30 minutes with a comforting creamy sauce that you won’t believe is vegan, are these creamy garlic zoodles from Yup It’s Vegan
Sweet potatoes are one of my
Not only are these sweet potatoes with lemony kale and white beans full of nutrients like Vitamin C, Iron, and protein from the beans, it’s also an incredibly cheap recipe to make, which comes as no surprise from the My Quiet Kitchen blog and their popular $2 lunch series.
I have to be honest, I have mainly ignored the smoothie in a bowl craze, just as I ignored the smoothie craze. Why? Because unless they are baked up in banana bread, I am just not a fan of bananas.
Enter this amazing smoothie bowl WITHOUT banana, but with the clever addition of cauliflower to bulk it out. So if you’re bored of veggie soup but love naturally sweet smoothies, this is the ultimate solution for you!
The Conscious Dietitian hits it out of the park again with food that tastes amazing and is actually amazingly good for you!
Kale is so tasty and kale chips are the best, but until I found this recipe, my sad charred renditions at home didn’t quite pass muster.
Luckily, Happy Health Blog
Pizza? Spiralized? Tasty and Nutritious? Half an hour? Check, check , check and CHECKMATE. Strength and Sunshine bring us this creative vegan and gluten-free pizza, and who doesn’t like p
Creamy, healthy, quick comfort, try this nutritious coconut milk-spiked soup with a beautiful garnish of pomegranate seeds and thyme. A fresh take on a classic, Happy Kitchen Rocks not only breathes life into a traditional recipe