Make a protein-packed grain-and-herb salad like tabouli by combining quinoa and hemp, perfect for topping pita bread or a Mediterranean-inspired Buddha bowl.
These protein-packed fudgy brownies made with black beans, quinoa flour, chia seeds, and walnuts can be a moderate protein source for dessert, especially when paired with soy milk.
Tofu is naturally high in protein, with varieties like extra-firm containing up to 14 grams per serving, and these seared tofu slabs offer a flavorful and protein-packed alternative to regular preparations.
This high-protein smoothie bowl of banana, chocolate plant-based protein powder, and creamy peanut butter can be thinned out with extra soy or pea milk for a portable breakfast
This protein-rich breakfast dish incorporates spinach and chia seeds, with the option to substitute for vegan chocolate chips or vanilla protein powder.
Protein-packed almond butter energy bites make for a healthy, easy snack on-the-go
Make a high-protein vegan version of Beef & Broccoli by using meaty tempeh and broccoli for a satisfying meal that provides 18 grams of protein per three-ounce serving.
Boost your protein intake with a bean-based pasta like Banza, which contains 11 grams of protein per two-ounce serving, and pair it with tempeh and broccoli for a nutritious meal that's reminiscent of mac and cheese.
Sides like these savory baked beans can provide ample protein and nutrition, especially when paired with steamed collards and blackened corn.
This hearty pozole uses seitan and white beans to provide 18 grams of protein per serving, making it a satisfying and filling meal.