Plant-Based Diet Shopping List – Top 50 Foods

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Whether you’re trying to cut back on meat or have gone full-fledge vegan, knowing the ins and outs of plant based nutrition is important to ensure you give yourself proper nourishment. This plant-based shopping list is your guide to incorporating more whole foods, fun flavors, and rethinking a well-rounded meal.

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1. Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional yeast is a must for your plant based diet shopping list. It’s a great alternative to cheese, as it provides a similar flavor and texture. Sprinkle it on your pasta, make a vegan mac n’ cheese with it, or try it on your popcorn.

2. Quinoa

This rich source of protein contains several essential vitamins and minerals. It’s a great base for your vegetable stir-fry. Learn more about the Ways to Eat Quinoa For Any and Every Meal.

3. Bananas

Bananas can take the place of one egg in cakes and pancakes. Try out these Chocolate Chip Banana Pancakes.

4. Blackstrap Molasses

Look to blackstrap molasses for your source of dairy-free calcium. Check out these other Healthy Recipe Substitutions.

5. Cashews

Cashews, much like nutritional yeast, can serve as a cheesy topping to your vegan meal. Make a cashew cream to accompany your bowl of pasta, or try making a raw carrot cake with cashew cream cheese. If you’re looking for a healthy appetizer, try this Baked Pesto Mushies with Crunchy Cashew Cheese recipe.

6. Almonds

For anyone following a plant-based diet, almonds are essential, as they provide high levels of vitamin E and manganese. Have a handful as your snack, or whip up these No-Bake Almond Joy Bars.

7. Hummus

Hummus serves as a great vegan dip alongside some chips or veggies, and it can also take the place of your mayo in a crunchy veggie sandwich. You’ll have guilt-free creamy indulgence in every bite. Try this White Bean & Herb Hummus.

8. Leafy Greens

Whether you’re following a plant-based diet or not, leafy greens are a must. Kale is the king of superfoods, with just one cup of chopped kale providing off-the-chart levels of vitamin A, C, and K. Start your morning off right with this Kale &  Smoothie.

9. Edamame

Getting enough protein when you’re cutting out meat, or scaling back on it, can seem impossible, but that’s only because the plant based protein options aren’t nearly as advertised. A cup of edamame has a whopping 17 grams of protein!

Edamame is a super clean eating snack, and so are these other Clean Eating Low-Calorie Snacks.

10. Frozen Fruit

Budget-friendly frozen fruit is a great addition to your plant based diet shopping list. Chock-full of vitamins and antioxidants, frozen fruit can be utilized no matter what’s in season. Berries are brain food, so add them to your smoothie, like this vegan Quinoa Banana Berry Smoothie

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