Protein E-Book

One of the questions I get the most often is, “how do you get your protein?”

Protein is important. If you’re worried about getting enough protein, don’t let that stop you from trying a whole food plant-based diet. With this e-book, getting enough protein will be the least of your concerns.

 

 

 

As you may have noticed, most plant-based recipes with decent amounts of protein tend to have much more fat than protein.

With the many proven benenfits to a lower-fat plant-based diet (15-30% of total calories coming from fat for adults)… 

 

This is a cookbook that will pay for itself the first time you eat IN instead of going OUT… again

Guaranteed To Be Delicious and Make You Feel Good!

When you want and need a higher-protein diet (say, for elderly people, pregnant women, athletes, and anyone feeling better with more protein), you don’t have to turn to beef and eggs. You can choose plants if you want. I’ll show you!

In this beautiful e-book, you’ll get more than 25 whole food plant-based recipes using common ingredients that the whole family will enjoy. Many recipes are snacks and sweets, so you can sneak protein in between meals!

 

 

Why I wrote this recipe book….

While I don’t stress about macros, I know a lot of people do. In my experience, when you focus on whole plant foods, the macros usually work themselves out (what a relief!). When you’re aiming for high nutrient density, you’ll eat lots of whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, fruit, vegetables, and you’ll flood your cells with micronutrients and get the right proportion of macronutrients along the way, too. But for those who need to focus on protein for a specific purpose, this ebook is especially helpful. 

Even if you’re not concerned about protein, you’ll love this e-book to spice up your life with fun and new recipes! I especially love the snacks and sweets section, because who doesn’t love new ideas for quick and easy sweets and snacks!? 

 

As always, you can be assured that the ingredients needed are common ones you can find in nearly any grocery store, and use no faux meats.

 

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.

 

Check out what people are saying about some of the other recipes inside!

Quinoa Edamame Bowls with Miso Sauce

“I made this tonight for dinner and it was a hit with my family! I loved that all of the ingredients were staples in our household so I didn’t need to go and buy any special ingredients. I also found it was very easy to make. Will definitely be making this again soon!” – Kimberly

Soy Curl Stir Fry

“This was so yummy! My kids and husband all loved it. It will be a repeat at our house!- Tasha

Sheet Pan Meal

We made this tonight and loved it. My kids were eating the sauce by the spoonful 🙂 –Matt and Elisabeth

This was very delicious and easy to make. Both of my kids gobbled the tofu like this! –J.D.

Harvest Bowls

These were SO good. We all LOVED the salad dressing. I would use that on any salad it was so good. I liked that each bite was filled with crunch, sweetness, warmth, cold, chewy- all the different textures of all the ingredients. My son in law went back for 3rds. – Cami

Dressing is amazing, makes a lot, I have been using it daily. Great combo of sweet and tangy. Could eat this daily. – Amanda

Roasted Broccoli Pesto Pasta

This was a hit! My kids love broccoli, so they ate and ate. – Becky

Tempeh BLT’s

My husband and I loved these and they were perfect for dinner last night when we didn’t have much time due to a school event. – J.D.

We enjoyed these sandwiches very much. We like it better than the pre packaged tempeh bacon you can get at the supermarket. –Cheryl

Fudgesicles

These were delicious! My husband lost interest in popsicles in 1999 (his words), and after a long hiatus, he has returned to liking them, specifically this one! Better than Creamies (his words)! Needless to say, this recipe is a keeper and I wouldn’t change anything about it. –Lucy

These fudgesicles are so creamy and delicious! I thought they were really easy to make, with simple, easy to find ingredients.-Kimberly

Pumpkin Chia Pudding

The flavor of this is so good!! We love chia pudding around here, and it was a winner. –Jamie

Green Machine Protein Smoothie

This was surprisingly delicious. I’m going to add it into my smoothie rotation.-Becky

This is a literal dream. –Amanda

Copycat Go-Macro Bars

So yummy! I was excited to see a bar (or ball) that didn’t have oats, as they bother my stomach lately. I love Go Macro bars, and these are legit. I used gluten free rice crispies, so they were GF and DF. I could eat half the pan, such a treat!–Jamie

We tried these today and LOVED them! We used oat flour since we don’t have protein powder, and we loved the texture. –Elisabeth

Hemp-Oat Chocolate Chip Balls

These were amazing! Easy to make lots of potential for different flavor combos. The whole family loved them. –Tasha

Chocolate Orange Bites

Flavor combo was unreal. –Amanda

Protein Peanut Butter Cups

Loved these! I especially loved the texture –Kaitlinn


FAQs

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. Four recipes use bread, pasta, or tortillas but you could use GF if needed. Most are naturally gluten-free.

All the recipes can be peanut-free, and most can be made nut-free if needed.

Half the meal recipes use soy ingredients.

Do the recipes require protein powder?

Nope! I prefer to get my protein from whole foods. It just tastes better! I have suggestions where you can add protein powder if you want to. 

 

In summary…

If you’re tired of stressing about protein and adding disgusting protein powder to try and get more on a plant-based diet, you need this recipe book!

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions, and happy cooking!