When it comes to vegetarian meals, throwing together super satisfying dishes that taste great and fill you up takes a little bit of thought. Animal products tend to carry a boatload of protein, so when meat or fish take the stage in any dish, you can count on that dish keeping you full for hours. That said, going meatless doesn’t mean giving up protein and feeling deprived. Instead, it means turning to delicious protein-packed alternatives, like eggs, tofu, legumes, and quinoa.
In fact, cutting meat from your diet can introduce you to a world of new health benefits. You slash a great deal of saturated fat and cholesterol from your daily menu, while loading up on dietary fiber, vitamin B, magnesium, and antioxidants from all the plant-based foods you consume.
Here at SkinnyMs., we’ve rounded up 10 veggie-based dinners loaded with satisfying nutrients and vitamins your body will thank you for. Not to mention these mouthwatering meals certainly don’t skimp on flavor. In fact, we guarantee they’re, scrumptious enough to satisfy even the hangriest carnivores out there! Made with clean, wholesome ingredients, these uber-easy recipes make the perfect supper any night of the week. Check them out!
Treat your body to the clean, wholesome ingredients it craves with these delectable sliders. They’re loaded with healthy ingredients your whole system will appreciate. Superfoods like quinoa and mashed chickpeas team up with flavorful Parmesan and oregano. This sandwich will keep you coming back for more!
When you’re craving Mexican but keeping an eye on your waistline, this waistline-friendly recipe has you covered. An easy Mexican meal to whip up at home, this dish spotlights quinoa, decorating the superfood grain with tasty ingredients like peppers, garlic, cupin, and chili powder to bring you a one-pot meal guaranteed to please.
This hand-held meal packs a protein punch–a whopping 13 grams per wrap! Stuffed with nutrients and meatless deliciousness, this cheesy, vegetable-rich wrap is a definite crowd-pleaser any night of the week.
We’ve given the conventionally unhealthy meal a nutritious twist, opting for high-fiber, whole-wheat tortillas and tons of yummy veggies. High-heat roasting makes throwing together these decadent, cheesy quesadillas a cinch. As a plus, each serving delivers a substantial dose of fiber to keep you full.