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Protein is the word on everyone’s lips when it comes to vegan nutrition! It’s an important building block for the human body and everyone needs it. We are here to help you discover the power of plant-based protein through these simply amazing recipes!
We went through the Food Monster App and found 10 of our favorite high-protein vegan recipes from November 2019!
Don’t forget to check out our Vegan Protein Archives!
1. Sloppy BBQ Chickpea Sandwiches
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Sweet and mildly spicy, hearty and delicious, these Sloppy BBQ Chickpea Sandwiches from The Meatless Monday Family Cookbook are husband, kid, and carnivore approved! The easy coleslaw is the perfect cooling contrast to the BBQ sauce. It comes together quickly and easily. You’re going to want seconds! The BBQ sauce is a little sweet and a little heat balance perfectly in this easy blender sauce. It will make you want to slather everything in BBQ sauce!
2. Pumpkin Protein Pancakes
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Another yummy way to get Pumpkin into your day…. Pumpkin Protein Pancakes! These pancakes by Vicky Coates are gluten free and don’t contain banana. You also only need 4 ingredients to make them! Chocolate protein and pumpkin puree is a match made in heaven. Top it with extra chocolate sauce and figs to take it to a whole other level! Make these Protein Pumpkin Pancakes next Saturday for breakfast! They are absolutely delicious!
3. Flourless Chickpea Pumpkin Blondies
These Flourless Chickpea Pumpkin Blondies are great for both vegans and gluten-free diets. This recipe by Crissy Cavanaugh is great for fall with the addition of pumpkin spice. A blender and only one bowl is needed to create these protein packed powerhouse blondies! They make a great dessert, but can also be an energizing snack!
4. Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche
Who says you can’t make quiches vegan?! This delicious breakfast of Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche by Gabrielle St. Claire is packed with protein thanks to the tofu base and is also infused with classic Italian flavors. Spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, and asparagus are incorporated throughout this quiche and are complimented beautifully by the indulgent vegan cheese. Bring this homemade dish to a brunch and shock your fellow guests with how incredible an egg-free and dairy-free can be!
5. Meatless Meatloaf
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With all the traditional seasonings of the original this vegan Meatless Meatloaf by Alison Corey with chickpeas, peppers, and onions is big on flavor topped with a tomato maple glaze. Perfect as the main dish at your next dinner party, or easy enough to pull together for a weeknight meal.
6. Crunchy Pumpkin Roasted Chickpeas
The perfect snack to satisfy that craving for crunch, these Crunchy Pumpkin Roasted Chickpeas by Kat Condon are super simple to make and make a great high fiber, protein packed snack! Naturally gluten-free and vegan. To achieve perfectly crispy chickpeas, make sure to dry them really well, add the seasonings after roasting them instead of before, roast them at 350°F, and store them in a glass container. You can put them on oatmeal, yogurt, salads, soup, and so much more. The options are endless! You have to make these Pumpkin Roasted Chickpeas––they’re the perfect snack!
7. High-Protein Caramel Cappuccino
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Creamy, frothy, caramel packed & just like your favorite coffee shop makes! This High-Protein Caramel Cappuccino by Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman is perfect for warming up on those chilly fall mornings and is secretly loaded with high-quality vegan protein to help you recover from even the toughest of workouts.
8. Pumpkin Veggie Burgers
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These Pumpkin Veggie Burgers by Agnes Potier-Murphy are nourishing and out of this world delicious. They are super simple to make and only take a few ingredients: squash, onion, beans, oats, chickpea flour, soy protein, garlic, salt, and pepper. So simple! The squash and onion create a very sweet flavor and the texture is close to perfect. If you don’t like crumbly burgers that never seem to hold together or require oodles of oil to stop them sticking to the pan, then these pumpkin veggie burgers are for you. They’ll keep you full and satisfied!
9. Peanut Tofu Wrap
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Tofu is a great way to get Protein in your diet particularly if you are vegetarian or vegan. The peanut tofu on its own in this Peanut Tofu Wrap recipe by Vicky Coates is around 19g Protein. Along with an extra 5g of Protein from the wrap! Tofu is also an excellent source of amino acids, iron and other micro nutrients! Although on its own it doesn’t have a strong flavor adding somethings like this peanut sauce steps it up to a whole new level.
10. Chili Cornbread Casserole
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The only thing more delicious than golden cornbread dipped in chili is a cornbread casserole with chili filling like this Chili Cornbread Casserole by Melanie Sorrentino! The hearty chili is made with rice, kidney beans, crushed tomatoes, and plenty of seasoning. As is, this recipe is ridiculously easy and minimalist. Add some sautéed green peppers and onions into the chili mix if you want to amp it up a bit.
Hungry for more? Check out 10 Of Our Best Meatless High-Protein Recipes From October 2019! Don’t forget to check out our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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