Vegan: 31 Affordable Plant-Based Vegan Diet Recipes

| December 30, 2015


Vegan: 31 Affordable Plant-Based Vegan Diet Recipes (vegan diet, plant based, vegan cook book, oil free)

In this book, you will find delicious recipes perfect for the vegan diet, such as, Cauliflower Pizza Bites, Three-Bean Chili, or even Healthy Chickpea Pancake.

This recipe book includes a shopping list, nutrition information, and quick tips to make the vegan diet as easy for you as possible!

Save Time

Plant-based foods are simple to prepare and can often times be eaten raw. These simple meals will save you time because time is the most valuable thing to you and I want you to spend it doing things that make you happy.

Save Money

Eating vegan can be very economical for the food budget. Buying beans, grains, and legumes in bulk and cooking them yourself can be less expensive. And even tofu is only half the cost per pound than buying meat products.

Plant-based meals are the cheapest foods to eat when prepared at home. People around the world live off $2 a day eating plant based foods like corn, rice, and potatoes.

Save Energy

Plant-based foods are easily digested by the body. This means your body can use that extra energy to heal. Our bodies are fueled by the food we eat. When you fill it with plant based foods you are using premium fuel that will give you optimal energy. Most nights I find myself dancing around my kitchen because I’m beaming with energy and gratitude for the beauty of life.

Lose weight

A vegan diet will help with weight control. It is hard to get fat, or stay fat, on a sensible vegan diet. Many types of vegetables, grains, legumes and soy foods are very filling, yet have little or even no fat. They give you a sense of fullness that keeps the body fueled and fulfilled for hours.

Plant based foods are low in calorie compared to processed food and animal products that are laden with fats and chemicals. When you eat natural foods your body will easily lose the extra pounds that may be weighing you down.

Here is one of the recipes you will find inside

Oven Roasted Potatoes with Italian Herbs

Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 30 minutes Yield: 4 serving


3 cups diced red skin potatoes

1 tablespoon dried basil

1 tablespoon dried oregano

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon paprika

Pepper, to taste


Heat the oven to 400 degrees.

Arrange the potatoes in a single layer on a baking sheet and sprinkle the potatoes with the dried basil, the oregano, the garlic powder, the pepper, and the paprika. Bake for 25 minutes.

Nutritional Information Per Serving:

Calories 86 – Fat 0g – Carbohydrates 19g – Fiber 2g – Protein 2g – Sodium 46mg

➔Quick Tip: Brown rice, pasta, oatmeal, and sweet potatoes are a few of the foods that are some of the healthiest options for fiber, iron, and protein.

Here are the recipes you will find inside


    • Pumpkin Oatmeal Recipe
    • Creamy Polenta

,li>Healthy Chickpea Pancake


    • Mushroom Burgers
    • Pinto Bean Sloppy Joes
    • Black Bean and Spinach Burgers


    • Vegan Potato Salad
    • Quinoa and Black Bean Salad
    • Raw Kale Salad
    • Juicy Fruit Salad
    • Quinoa Salad with Toasted Almonds


    • Vegetable and Barley Soup
    • Chilled Cantaloupe Soup
    • Curried Apple Soup


    • Spinach and Mushroom Pilaf
    • Mashed Potato Burritos
    • Eggplant and Tomato Pasta
    • Mushroom Ragu
    • Black Bean Chili Sweet Potatoes
    • Asparagus and Chickpea Casserole
    • Oven Roasted Potatoes with Italian Herbs
    • Three-Bean Chili
    • Black Bean Stew with Rice


    • Apricot Chewies
    • Smoky Black Bean Dip
    • Stuffed Okra Fingers
    • Black Bean Chili Dip

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