Healthy Recipes for Spring 🌼 Easy, Plant Based, and SO Tasty!

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In this video I’m sharing some healthy, plant-based recipes that I’ve been loving this Spring! Watch if you need some tasty, simple, and flavorful breakfast, lunch, or dinner ideas for Spring 2021! Full Printable Recipes below!

I made my 3 Minute Blueberry Milkshake Smoothie which is a quick plant-based breakfast (or lunch) that I’ve been making on repeat! I also made my Carrot, Lentil, and Arugula Salad with Miso Brown Rice and Walnuts recipe that I love having for lunch or dinner. It’s flavorful, meal prep friendly, and as always, one hundred percent vegan! I hope you enjoy these healthy, balanced recipes for Spring 2021!

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0:00 Start
1:00 Overview
1:58 Blueberry Milkshake Smoothie Recipe
2:02 Budget Friendly Vegan Protein Source
2:58 Trick for the PERECT Texture
3:29 Want BRIGHT Purple? Try this instead
4:26 YouTube vs Reality
5:25 Carrot, Lentil, and Walnut Salad Recipe
5:51 Garbage Bowl Hack from Rachel Ray
6:31 Spice Rubbed Roasted Carrots
7:27 Sesame Miso Brown Rice Recipe
7:56 Homemade Vinaigrette Recipe
8:33 Salad Dressing Hack – love this tip!
9:17 Put it all together
9:33 Restaurant tricks for better salads
10:30 How to make better salads at home!
11:16 THUMBS UP IF YOU LIKE HEALTHY MEALS LIKE THESE!

Recipes in this video:
Carrot, Lentil, and Arugula Salad Recipe:

3 Minute Blueberry Milkshake Smoothie:
2 tbsp pumpkin seeds
2 handfuls spinach
1 frozen banana (over ripe and spotty is best for this)
Β½ cup frozen blueberries
2 dashes cinnamon
2 dashes turmeric optional
1 tbsp almond butter
1.25 cup soy milk

Combine all of the ingredients in a high speed blender and blend for about 40 seconds. Enjoy!

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  1. I'm excited to try both of them. I've been making a smoothie with truvani vanilla protein powder, strawberries, spinach, organic apple juice, and orange juice. It's pretty good, but I'd be happier not use protein powder. Your salad looks delish, too! I just roasted carrots, Brussel sprouts, asparagus, and onions

  2. I'm so ready for this spring salad…but, heck i'mma give them both a try..πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ all in "1" magical day of spring πŸŒΌπŸ€πŸ₯. Keep putting them out and I'm going to have arsenal of dishes for my everyday life as I live it out..Thank you thank you..πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ‘ŒπŸΎπŸ˜˜

  3. Nut butters in smoothies actually slow down blood circulation. That's not advisable in the morning. I love to soak brown rice overnight so it cooks faster on the next day, it saves energy and it's a way to wash out any traces of unwanted substances from the rice. I love the colours of the veggies you baked!

  4. I've been looking for a way to use up the way too many frozen blueberries I have AND my teen has been asking me to make him some protein-heavy smoothies, now that the weather is warm. But I'm also excited about your other recipe – can I skip or sub something else for the miso paste? I'm out.

  5. Lol, I’m watching this while hungry…now I know that I’ll be disappointed with whatever is in my fridge at the moment. Oh well! Both of these sound amazing! I’m definitely gonna try the salad/grain bowl first, but probably w quinoa (bc that’s my current grain obsession). Well, time to make lunch, aka, throw some tofu in a skillet & hope for the best. #onepannoplan ❀️ thanks for the inspiration! Needed that today.

  6. I’ve got some carrots that I wasn’t sure what to do with. Now I know! It’s still a little cold here in the mornings, but I think I’ll try that smoothie after an afternoon run! I love blueberries so much. And the house we moved into last fall has blueberry bushes, so this summer I can harvest my own!

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