You don’t need to be a full-on vegetarian to reap the health benefits of including some meatless mains into your weekly roster. Even taking a once-a-week break from meat can deliver big-time benefits.
We love a “flexitarian” approach to meal planning for the way it teaches kids that dinner doesn’t have to mean “meat and two veg” to be legit.
These are a delicious, heart-healthy version of the cafeteria classic.
Get the recipe here: Vegetarian Sloppy Joes
These individual pies warm up a chilly evening.
Get the recipe here: Vegetable Pot Pies
Portobello mushrooms give this chili a satisfying, earthy flavour.
Get the recipe here: Vegetarian Chili
This pasta is a perfect cozy, fall dinner made up of almost half vegetables.
Get the recipe here: Italian Roommate Pasta
This is practically a multi-vitamin!
Get the recipe here: Kale, Carrot and Feta Super Toss
Who says vegetarian food can’t be fun? These burgers are as hearty and delicious as a “real” burger (plus black beans rock our immunity).
Get the recipe here: Black Bean Burgers
This flavourful, colourful pasta comes together in a snap.
Get the recipe here: Mediterranean Pasta with Basil and Artichokes
"ABC Quesadillas" got their name from the vitamin combination they deliver. They’re also simple to get on the table in a hurry.
Get the recipe here: ABC Quesadillas
This is a great meal to get kids involved in making, plus the crunch of the tofu will have them clearing their plates.
Get the recipe here: Crispy Tofu with Broccoli and Shiitake Mushrooms
Nothing warms up your home like a pot of risotto simmering on the stove. Feel free to swap out pumpkin or sweet potato for the squash.
Get the recipe here: Butternut Squash Risotto
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