I am a big fan of lentil bolognese. It is easy to make, comforting and full of incredible nutrients. Lentils are a powerhouse and if you don’t like them you should learn to like them. They are full of fibers, plant based protein and tons of incredible vitamins. There are a few variety of lentils but for this recipe it is best to go with green lentils. This lentil bolognese is made in your slow cooker so you can let dinner cook itself.
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Eating a vegan or plant-based diet can seem overwhelming. Trust me, I get it. I come from an Italian family and grew up eating more meatballs, chicken cutlets and mozzarella than you could imagine. So when I made the switch to a vegan diet in 2016 it was a big change. While I figured it out myself after a few months of trial and error, it would have been way easier if I had help along the way. The Forks Over Knives Meal Planner is a game-changer for new vegans, old vegans or anyone who is curious about a plant- based diet. The meal planner is easy to follow, sends you delicious meal plans and is customizable.
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I won’t lie to you guys in my family we grew up eating biscuits from the can. While they are delicious and good there is nothing like a homemade biscuit. They have better flavor, better texture and are actually very easy to make. They only require 7 ingredients and I bet you already have them in your house!
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Spinach and artichoke dip will always remind me of eating at a pubby restaurant with my family. It is so delicious and honestly, I never truly realized how easy it is to make. While it is filled with a lot of vegan dairy alternatives it tasted just like the real thing to me and I was so happy to be eating this.
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