10 of Our Top High Protein Plant-Based Recipes From February 2022!

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 also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based, and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our High-Protein Archives!

1. Breakfast Tacos

Vegan Breakfast Tacos

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This weekend, escape with me to Mexico for brunch with these Breakfast Tacos by Dominique Ebra!

2. Lentil, Rice and Bok Choy Soup

Vegan Lentil, Rice and Bok Choy Soup

Source: Lentil, Rice and Bok Choy Soup

This Lentil, Rice and Bok Choy Soup by Julie Zimmer is made with brown lentils, brown basmati rice, carrots, celery, and bok choy, this one-pot soup is a complete healthy meal in a bowl. One serving will give you all the plant protein and phytonutrients that you need.

3. Salted Caramel Protein Bar

Vegan Salted Caramel Protein Bar

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This Salted Caramel Protein Bar by Vicky Coates is a bar you seriously want to make. They are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and packed full of protein!

4. Easy Black Bean Quinoa Chili

Vegan Easy Black Bean Quinoa Chili

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An Easy Black Bean Quinoa Chili by Caroline Doucet made with pantry ingredients. This comforting vegan dinner is packed with flavor and contains a generous amount of plant protein from the black beans and quinoa. Serve it with avocados, vegan cheese, green onions, and cilantro to take it to the next level.

5. Millet Meatballs With Carrot and Onion Sauce

Vegan Millet Meatballs With Carrot and Onion Sauce

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These Millet Meatballs With Carrot and Onion Sauce by Yana Chistyakova make such a healthy and satisfying meal. Millet is a gluten-free grain with a ton of health benefits. For starters, it is packed with iron, calcium, vitamins, and protein!

6. Maple Pecan Millet

Vegan Maple Pecan Millet

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The maple pecan combo is classic for a reason and this nutritious-and-delicious millet porridge is always a hit at my house. Bonus is, this Maple Pecan Millet by Tara Weir is super easy to make and packed with micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, antioxidants), fiber, healthy fats, and plant-based protein.

7. Stuffed Seitan Roast

Vegan Stuffed Seitan Roast

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Make Stuffed Seitan Roast by Denise Perrault with savory mushroom-cranberry dressing wrapped in an herbed poultry-flavored seitan roll the centerpiece of your table.

8. Asian Marinated Tofu

Vegan Asian Marinated Tofu

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No mushy, tasteless tofu here, folks! This Asian Marinated Tofu by Tara Weir is firm and flavorful with the perfect burst of umami. Even if you think you don’t like tofu, this recipe is one to try. It has been a hit with all of my taste-testers, kids, and grown-ups alike!

9. High Protein Edamame Fried Quinoa Rice

Vegan High Protein Edamame Fried Quinoa Rice

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This High Protein Edamame Fried Quinoa Rice by Crissy Cavanaugh is made with only vegetables and quinoa, this “fried rice” dish is loaded with protein from grains and edamame. It’s lightly flavored but easily adapted to what levels of flavor you prefer, while the vegetables are easily changed according to what’s in season. Best of all, this is a quick and easy meal that won’t leave you hungry!

10. Chickpea Flour Muffins

Vegan Chickpea Flour Muffins

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The perfect snack or breakfast when you’re running out the door. These savory Chickpea Flour Muffins by Maria Koutsogiannis are high in protein, vegan & gluten-free! One of my favorite chickpea flour recipes.

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic . inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects.

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