This lasagna is comprised of homemade components that you can easily swap with store-bought if you like—we do encourage you to make these components for the best flavor though. All of them can also be used for myriad other dishes as well, so learn more in the accordions on their individual recipe pages: Italian-Style Tomato […]
A delicious, fun, easy, and super-customizable meal for everyone at the table. Be sure to read the Toppings accordion below to select your toppings and to see what you can prepare in advance. There are some fun suggestions in there—one of our favorite combos is Easy S&P Lentils with Italian Sausage Seasoning, Easiest Pizza Sauce […]
Seared and crisp veggies, sticky brown rice, sweet and tangy citrus sauce—this recipe will become a menu rotation favorite. See the Good Food Cooking Tips and Substitutions accordions below for time saving tips and remix suggestions.
Colorful roasted veggies with Crispy Salt & Pepper Lentils, drizzled with Tahini Dressing—one of our favorite main-meal combinations. This is also a great recipe to use any leftover florets you have from making Cauliflower Steaks.
We call this recipe Cauliflower “Steaks” because it’s fun, but if you don’t want to fuss with cutting “steaks” out of cauliflower, you can simply roast florets, or just slice the largest pieces that you can. No matter the size they’re cut to, this recipe is delicious and a great way to practice your knife […]
Delicious, flavorful, and crave-worthy, this is one of those meals where you can prep multiple components days in advance. You can also swap some of the homemade components for store-bought (ie: salsa). Read through this entire recipe before you begin so you can know your options. See the Batch Cooking accordion below for tips.
A delicious combination of slightly caramelized broccoli, nutty tasting whole-grain toast, and creamy avocado, maybe with a little kick if you choose to use some hot sauce. It’s a great go-to breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
’Banzo Bakes are a lot like an egg-free frittata, made with garbanzo bean flour instead of eggs. It’s the perfect one-skillet dish filled with flavor perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. This one is loaded with all the delicious things: browned potatoes, caramelized onion, and seared mushrooms.
This is a slightly tweaked recipe from our founder Heather Crosby’s cookbook Pantry to Plate. It’s decadent and spicy with unexpected hints of Asian flavors that will make it a favorite for the meal-time menu rotation.
This is an easy alternative to soy-based tofu that can be used in almost any savory dish that would taste great with chickpeas—which is a lot. You can marinate, bake, stir fry, or scramble this chickpea tofu.