A Healthy, Plant-based Recipe Roundup!

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By Ida

Ever thought about using plants as the main ingredient for your daily diet routine?  If you are one of those diet conscious people who watch first then eat whatever they want to; plant based diet might not be a new terminology for you. However, it certainly is for many of us.

So, what exactly is a plant based diet? It is a kind of diet recommended by experts which include the regular intake of gluten-free vegetables and plants. Moreover, plant-based recipes are generally prepared on some occasions are considered to be the benchmark meals of these occasions including Thanksgiving.

Since plant-based diet is basically an allergy free diet; it can easily be prepared by anyone and is considered to be a must-have dish on a holiday vacation. Here are top 5 plant-based recipes that you can make at home conveniently and everybody will love them as well.

Gluten-Free Skillet:

Gluten-Free Skillet (1)

Best dish for any meal of the day! Be it the breakfast, the lunch or the dinner; Gluten-free harvest skillet can fill up your tables anytime. This skillet is free of any kind of dairy product and sugar items.

This dish serves as satisfactory brunch items as well and you can kick off your holidays with a breakfast of this skillet to ensure maximum healthiness. It’s rich in good fats and proteins and can keep you healthy and sustained all day long. You can garnish it with beautiful seasonal vegetables like sweet potatoes, apples, and pears.

Apple Walnut Soup:

Apple Walnut Soup

As the name suggests; this tasty soup is made up of cauliflower, apple and walnut and balanced out perfectly with Turmeric. This soup is known to calm the senses and reduce stress and anxiety levels in the body. You can enjoy a creamy froth of this soup on any given holiday and you will feel good all day long. No sugar needed and no dairy products are required in the making of this soup.

Turmeric gives this soup an extra yellowish texture and since turmeric is a great anti-inflammatory product; it provides immunity to the body and detoxify the liver. Moreover, this vegan soup also helps in digestion and makes your stomach strong.

Braised Kale:

Braised Kale

 A very simple dish to make; Braised Kale is a popular one amongst the diet conscious people. You can add in some lentils in it to make it a bit spicy. This dish is considered to be an important item on a holiday dinner table because of its easy to make recipe. You can add carrots and apples with it or with any green vegetables of your choice which are easily available in the market.

Oatmeal Cookie:

Oatmeal Cookie

 Exercising alone will not give you ideal body weight if you don’t look after your diet at the same time. Lifting adjustable dumbbells everyday will not be that effective if your diet is not gluten free.

Oatmeal cookie is the perfect holiday dessert for you if you can’t resist sugar in your life. Make it more delicious by adding apple; chopped up nuts, coconut whipped cream or some sugar free apple juice on the top of it. The more ingredients you will add; the more scrumptious it will become.

Author Bio:

Ida Jones

Ida Jones is a mother of two little ones. She enjoys home-based workouts, cardio exercises, and long runs. She loves spending her vacations outdoors with her kids around nature. She believes in clean and healthy eating. She regularly writes about fitness tips and much more at Fitness Grit.

 

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