3 Delicious 5 Minute Vegan Meals – Healthy Breakfast, Lunch + Dinner Recipes

Three delicious five minute vegan meals with healthy, oil-free vegan breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes. Chocolate Oats, a quick all green lunch, and loaded …

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22 thoughts on “3 Delicious 5 Minute Vegan Meals – Healthy Breakfast, Lunch + Dinner Recipes

  1. I got so many ideas from this video! I completely agree – nut butter is the best part of oatmeal 🙂 and I am determined to find those stuffed grape leaves at my Trader Joe's this weekend!

  2. i've always seen those dolma's in trader joes and I always wondered if they'd be as good as the fresh ones. haha. Next time I'm there I'll pick them up! :)

  3. it's your passion and vibe that keeps bringing me back to watch all of your videos! Hope to produce content on a similar level myself ?

  4. A couple of things you should know that I didn't mention in the video: 1. Adding cacao powder to your oats is kind of an acquired taste so if you've never had it before, I recommend using a sweeter. The reason I don't sweeten it very much is because I'm used to the bitter dark chocolate flavor it adds and I really like it, especially when paired with berries and dried fruit (such a good combo!) It's worth trying though because cacao is high in antioxidants and it's a great superfood to add to your diet so don't be afraid of it, just add some maple syrup or agave until it tastes the way you like 🙂 2. Use a slotted spoon when layering the veggie soup into the spaghetti squash so it doesn't get toooo soupy. A little broth is good, it acts as a sauce on the spaghetti squash, but to much could be too liquidly. Hope that's helpful for you guys! If you try any of these recipes, tag me in a photo so I can see! xo Nicole

  5. Spaghetti squash is so good! I like to top it with sautéd mushrooms kale and garlic and sauce it up with a cashew nooch blend ?

  6. Those tolmas made me eager to eat some for lunch since my mom made them for the holidays. Imo she makes the best! And the longer they stay the better they get mmmm. I think you would also enjoy another vegan tolma variation that we typically during holidays in my culture but it can definitely be made any time. If you're interested search pasus tolma. It's a cabbage stuffed with different beans and bulgur

  7. I grew up eating homemade grapeleaves,we have our own grapevine. My fav way is heating them and sprinkling with lemon. Often to we make our own yogurt, and put a dollop on top. (milk substitute yogurt)

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