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Key Ingredients: Beans

Brilliant Beet Slaw

Brilliant Beet Slaw

Light and refreshing slaw with lemon vinaigrette, chickpeas and loads of dill!

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Gingerbread Protein Pancakes

Gingerbread Protein Pancakes

Frying these grain-free protein pancakes will infuse your home with the smell of gingerbread all morning long.

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Zucchini Socca with Caramelized Onions

Zucchini Socca with Caramelized Onions

Grain-free flat bread with caramelized onions

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Spring Leek and Lemon Chicken Patties

Spring Leek and Lemon Chicken Patties

Chicken patties stuffed with fresh leeks, edamame, corn, and lemon zest.

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Chick-Un Tikka Masala Pizza

Chick-Un Tikka Masala Pizza

Sweet and spicy vegan pizza with tikki masala sauce, roasted potatoes, eggplant, chickpeas and cilantro.

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Beach Bum Lentil Trail Mix

Beach Bum Lentil Trail Mix

Lentils add a healthy dose of protein and fiber to this beach inspired healthy trail mix. It’s a snack anyone can feel good about eating!

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Fruit and Seed Snack Bread

Fruit and Seed Snack Bread

A vegan and gluten-free snack bread loaded with dried fruit and seeds! Each slice has over 5 grams of fiber and packs great for school, the gym, or a trip around the world.

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Citrus Summer Lentil Granola

Citrus Summer Lentil Granola

Homemade crunchy gluten-free granola… with lentils!

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Spring Fling Pasta Salad

Spring Fling Pasta Salad

Spring inspired gluten-free, vegan pasta salad with lemon cream dressing, radishes, artichokes, shallots and edamame.

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Dhal Aloo Kofta (Vegan ‘Meat’balls)

Dhal Aloo Kofta (Vegan ‘Meat’balls)

The word kofta is derived from Persian k?fta which means “to beat” or “to grind” or meatball. The kofta in India is generally made vegetarian by replacing the ground meat with a variety of vegetables and cheeses. In my homemade rendition I chose to use lentils (aka dhal) and potato (aloo).

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