Tired of spending so much time cooking?
Here’s 20+ Healthy Recipes You Can Make In 20 Minutes Or Less!
This is a cookbook that will pay for itself the first time you eat IN instead of going OUT… again
Guaranteed To Be Delicious, Not Boring, and Quick!
When you’re running low on time or energy, you don’t have to compromise on oil-laden takeout or processed frozen dinners.
In this beautiful e-book, you’ll get more than 20 whole food plant-based recipes you can whip up with common ingredients you likely already have!
No more cooking separate meals to please everyone.
- Have a house divided? Not everyone is interested in or willing to eating whole food plant-based. These recipes have tips to adapt them to please the plant-based hesitant, so you can enjoy your meals together (maybe theirs has cheese and yours doesn’t, and everyone’s satisfied). You’ll be helping them to love plant-heavy meals in a delicious way.
No weird ingredients or fancy kitchen equipment needed.
- These recipes use common ingredients that you won’t have to hunt down in a health food store. You’ll be amazed at what you can put together with a few simple ingredients and spices.
You’ll get a 3-week meal plan, too!
Figuring out what to eat and making a grocery list is WORK! Let me do the work for you and save you even more time. Meal plan is carefully thought out to save you as much time in the kitchen as possible (cooking once, eating twice!).
Inside this new book, you’ll find recipes like:
- Green Chile Corn Chowder
- Toaster Tostadas with Creamy Chipotle Sauce
- Sticky Ginger Stir-Fry
- Creamy Pumpkin Pasta
- ….and more!
(all 100% whole food, plant-based, and oil-free)!
“Yes, choosing whole plant-based food can dramatically improve our health, but it can be challenging to figure out how to do this in the middle of our already very busy lives. What I love about this cookbook is that the recipes are not just healthy and delicious, they are easy to make and take very little time. Perfect!”
– Jane Birch, Author of Discovering the Word of Wisdom: Surprising Insights from a Whole Food, Plant-based Perspective
“The flavors are so fresh!!! I honestly have enjoyed each recipe!”
– Danielle F.
“I’ve eaten a lot of meals in my life. But the recipes in this book are some of the healthiest, most satisfying meals I’ve ever had. And they actually taste AMAZING! I could eat the “Egg” McMuffins or Pineapple Fried Rice every day. Also, I love how my wife spends less time in the kitchen!”
– Carson R.
Do I need any special cooking appliances (like an Instant Pot) to make the recipes in this book?
Nope. The only equipment you need is a good knife, cutting board, pots, skillet, can opener, and a blender for sauces. A microwave is necessary for cooking potatoes quickly, but you could use an oven or crock pot if you plan ahead.
Do these recipes use strange ingredients?
Nope! You won’t need to go to a health food store to search for ingredients. Two recipes use tofu, one recipe uses miso paste, and one recipe uses chickpea flour. Those are fun ingredients you might love! Otherwise, all the other recipes just use common vegetables, seasonings, canned beans, pasta, etc. that can be found in any grocery store.
How many of the recipes are dairy free, oil free, gluten free, nut free, soy free?
All the recipes are oil-free and 100% vegan. All of them can be made gluten-free with specified GF products like GF pasta or bread. Most are naturally gluten-free.
All the recipes can be peanut-free, and all but three can be made nut-free.
All but one can be made soy-free.
Do I have to buy pre-made or pre-packaged foods to make the recipes in 20 minutes?
Nope! The ingredient lists are just ingredients–no mixes, no canned soup or anything pre-made (besides corn tortillas, bread, and pasta). You’ll be cooking with just whole, plant foods like vegetables, whole grains, lentils, beans, and spices.
You can make these meals even faster by prepping ahead (pre-cook quinoa, potatoes, etc.) but no forethought is necessary. Perfect for those hungry nights when you need a healthy, cheap meal in a flash.
Will I feel full only eating plant foods?
If you eat enough, yes! One of the main reasons people don’t feel full is because they eat small portions. The beauty of eating plant-based is you can (and should!) eat large portions until you’re full, and you’ll still be eating fewer calories than a traditional meal, thus avoiding weight gain but feeling satisfied. Plant foods like grains, potatoes, and starchy vegetables are naturally satiating. Double the recipes as needed to fill your family up.
If you’re tired of spending forever in the kitchen, wishing you could make something quick and easy that was also healthy, you need this e-cookbook.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions, and happy cooking!