It’s pretty well known by now that meat is not the only source of protein, right? Well, in case you still weren’t convinced, plants definitely have more than enough protein. But to build and strengthen muscles, protein isn’t the only necessary nutrient. It’s also important to eat foods that will keep you energized and help you recover, especially since you’re likely lifting weights and exercising abundantly if big, strong muscles are your goals. Fortunately, plant-based foods are so versatile that some are high in protein and some have just enough to help you build lean muscle. Check out these High-Protein Plant-Based Recipes.
To help you get the goodness of plant-protein, we’ve brought you 10 delicious plant-based recipes from our Food Monster App that can help build muscles and keep them strong!
Jessica Verma‘s Tofu Lasagna is not only vegan, but gluten free and low fat. Instead of ricotta cheese, it has a tofu and cauliflower blend, and instead of noodles it has strips of eggplant and zucchini. It’s a nice hearty lasagna.
Breakfast hashes make for a filling breakfast, but they’re often served with eggs. For a plant-based alternative like this Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash from the Plant Protein That You’ll Love cookbook, you can use tempeh, which not only provides a good source of protein, but also helps make the dish heartier. And, if you’re short on time, you can always microwave the sweet potato instead of baking it, which will cut down your cooking time by about 15 minutes.
Protein-rich edamame along with fresh cilantro, carrots, and broccoli slaw, come together in Gunjan Dudani‘s beautifully vibrant Cilantro Edamame Burgers. Flavorful, fresh, and delicious! Serve in a lettuce wrap or on burger buns with your favorite toppings.
This vegan take on a BLT from the Plant Protein That You’ll Love cookbook uses tempeh “bacon,” which is what makes it a TLT. Here, the tempeh is seared and crisped to perfect in a maple pepper marinade and them combined with the classic ingredients of lettuce and tomato, with some creamy avocado.
A rejuvenating mix of zucchini, edamame, miso, and nori come together in this healthy and tasty Zucchini and Edamame Miso Soup by Annabelle Randles. Make sure you use low salt vegetable stock as miso is quite salty. This is just the perfect comforting recipe for late summer or early autumn when there are cooler temperatures.
Victoria Rand and Christopher Bill‘s Breakfast Sandwich is a veganized version of the classic sausage, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich that puts its original counterpart to shame. The tofu egg is perfectly textured, colored with turmeric, and stacked on top of a savory piece of maple syrup-smoked tempeh, and then sandwiched between two homemade English muffins that are fresh out of the oven.
If you aren’t already a tempeh fan, this Raspberry Glazed Tempeh recipe from the True Foods Blog will do the trick. The fermented protein is marinated and glazed with a sweet and tangy raspberry marinade. The flavor is beyond belief and one of the perfect High-Protein Plant-Based Recipes for the holiday season.
This Superfood Salad that will provide you with plenty of energy and all the nutrients required for healthy brain function. As it turns out, this recipe is also excellent for a calcium-rich diet. Purple sprouting broccoli is in season and a perfect addition to a winter vegetable plate. The vegetable provides many benefits, including Vitamin A and C, iron, fiber, and calcium. If you can’t find purple sprouting broccoli, no problem, replace them with regular broccoli.
Kaylee Pauley‘s Butternut Squash Black Bean Enchiladas completely hit the spot! The natural sweetness of the roasted butternut squash perfectly balances the savoriness of the beans, onions, and garlic. Then the flavors really come alive as the veggies meld with the Mexican spices and vegan cheddar. Let’s be honest, more than one spoonful disappears before ever making it to the tortillas.
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