Healthy quick vegetarian dinner recipes

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Avatar n tn Any ideas/recipes for quick and/or easy recipes that are also REALLY heathy.
Avatar n tn Can someone recommend me some recipes (breakfast, lunch, dinner) that makes me want to cook the healthy meal all the time and makes me want to eat more healthier? I like noodles, soups, rice and I'm not vegetarian or vegan I eat meat and I like some vegetables (I don't like carrots, I like potato, broccoli, lettuce, eggplant etc.
Avatar f tn One of the classes was vegetarian plus there were recipes from some of the other had good vegetarian side dishes. I thought I'd share them with everyone. My husband and son are meat eaters but these are so good that they will eat a weekly vegetarian dinner and don't feel like they are missing anything. I will make separate postings for each of the items. Hope you enjoy!
Avatar f tn Hi! I'm a vegetarian and I just never cared for meat. I'm extremely picky and don't like many vegetables. Please give me some ideas of healthy, quick, vegetarian meals that aren't just variations of pizza and pasta. Thanks!
Avatar n tn If you have a crackpot I highly suggest using it.
Avatar f tn // Warm Quinoa Breakfast Cereal Quinoa Loaf with Mushrooms and Peas http://www.wholefoodsmarket.
Avatar f tn Also there are a lot of great healthy casserole recipes that require cooked chicken. I will put the chicken in the crockpot with my preferred seasonings before work, and by the time I get home, all I have to do is assemble the casserole and put it in the oven! That chicken also tastes good on a homemade salad if you start to feel too lazy for a casserole :) I hope th is helps!
Avatar f tn Does anyone have some yummy healthy recipes ? My boyfriend & I always resort to eating out because we never know what to cook . Help !
1201598 tn?1265473722 You are going to have to work a little harder to get that protein in but it can be done. Do your homework and study up on a vegetarian lifestyle. Some ways you can get protein is soy, nuts and beans. My teenage daughter wanted to be a vegetarian for a few years so I had to learn how to cook vegetarian. She's not doing it so much anymore but I still use soy, like the soy crumbles in soups or the firm tofu in veggie stir fries. She also likes the Boca burgers, which is a soy burger.
973741 tn?1342342773 Hi! Well, I have 2 boys that are 6 and 5. My 6 year old has sensory issues and eating has always been a challenge. We've been working on it (for eons!) and he is getting better about trying things. I am a mom who loves to throw a casserole in the oven for dinner. I was wondering if anyone had any yummy yet healthy casserole recipes that they've tried with kids with success! My boys like rice or noodles by the way.
Avatar f tn You just need to ensure you are eating a balanced diet and that you are getting the right nutrients. If you go to the Healthy Cooking Forum you will find lots of good recipes - many of them vegetarian and on the health pages there is some information about dealing with cravings and issues around vegetarianism and how to lighten up your cooking. Do ensure you are getting sufficient protein through beans and dairy. Good luck and do join our weight loss challenge.
7406493 tn?1453999212's so funny you said that.. my so cooked dinner about a month ago and it was awful and being a hormonal b**** I let him know it..ooops totally shot myself in the foot with that one. He hasn't stepped back into the kitchen since.. stupid runny gravy, soupy mashed potatoes AND he put feta on my salad..
Avatar f tn Sugar free peanut butter on brown/seeded bread toast; Wheetabix with milk with fruit if you wish Weetabix with natural yogurt and some soft fruit of your choice (blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, etc.) Shredded wheat with milk - add soft fruit if you wish Porridge cooked in the microwave for around 4 mins - cooked with milk, half milk and half water, or just water with soft fruit of your choice, or dried fruit, some cinnamon if you like it.
167 tn?1374173817 Does anyone have any kid friendly ideas or recipes? How about a suggestion for a cookbook? I have been trying, every meal I make, to incorporate whole grains instead of simple starches. I use whole wheat pasta, brown rice and if I'm in a bind and in a hurry, I make sure the boxed pasta or rice says whole grain. I'm running out of ideas though! The kids are getting sick of the same old...every few days or so. I need things that are fairly quick and good!
Avatar n tn You can specify vegan recipes. The majority of their recipes are vegetarian, but if you take it one step further and go for the vegan recipes, you'll be able to avoid the dairy and the eggs. Or, look at the vegetarian recipes that call for milk and substitute with the rice milk. I would suggest going easy on the eggs, eventhough they're not actually dairy. Your daughter isn't allergic to them, because eggs aren't from lactating mammals.
599170 tn?1300973893 My teenage daughter went a couple of years being a vegetarian. I think she saw a show on slaughter houses or something and it turned her off. She decided she didn't want to eat animals. It did make things challenging for awhile there but I learned some new recipes using the soy crumbles or the firm soy in stir fry's, etc. They have a lot of good vegetarian things out there now to choose from. I came close to it but still like to eat fish and chicken.
535822 tn?1443976780 Does anyone have any vegetarian recipes they can share?
Avatar f tn I have been a vegetarian for 17 years and am happy with that. However, sometimes I feel low in energy, especially as I often stand/am constantly on my feet for long hours at work. What's the best way to give myself the energy I need for those 10-14 hour work days? I find it hard to get motivated in the morning so need something to energize me for breakfast and then continually throughout the day. I love cooking and smoothies and would rather eat real food over taking supplements.