Tag Archive: plant-based

Meal Prep Mini Episode 1

September 20 , 2020by Taylor - in Meal Prep

I am so excited to share this meal prep episode with you all! There’s 3 recipes, 12 meals and as always, I use the same ingredients in all the meals to make grocery shopping easier and more efficient and cut down on food waste. The recipes center around 4 core ingredients – tomatoes, zucchini, chickpeas […]

Easy Thai Curry

April 23 , 2020by Taylor - in Main Dishes

If you’ve never made a Thai curry before, now is the time! This recipe is by no means authentic, but it is certainly delicious. I usually make Thai curry when I need to use up a bunch of vegetables because it’s just so darn versatile. Also, I always have everything on hand. All you need […]

This Broccoli Lemon Farro Salad is packed with good-for-you things like whole grains, broccoli, spinach and chickpeas,¬†only has 7 ingredients, and oh did I mention it’s DELICIOUS? Excellent for meal prep – this protein-packed “salad” will keep you feeling full and energized for hours! I made this recipe for meal prep a few weeks ago […]

I am so excited to FINALLY be sharing this meal prep video with you all! In this video, I take you through a week of plant-based meal prep using my ebook as our guide. If you haven’t downloaded my ebook yet, please do! All you have to do is join my email list, and I’ll […]

I am so excited to share this plant-based meal plan with you! I have been working really hard on it for the past few weeks, so it’s super satisfying to finally be sending it out into the world! To download the ebook for free, simply subscribe to my email list! The idea of meal prep […]

This recipe for Cauliflower Tikka Masala has been battle-tested – I’ve literally made it at least 20 times in the past few months. I first made this for my meal prep service and it was a hit; so, I decided to make it for the class that I teach at Savory Spice in Brookside. Then, […]

If you’ve never had steel cut oats before, they’re oatmeal’s sturdier, chewier counterpart. They’re made from the same grain as the rolled oats you use for your typical morning oatmeal, except the oat groat is simply cut into pieces instead of rolled. This results in a much chewier texture than rolled oats (and a longer […]