Roasted sweet potatoes are a classic dish to bring to your table for any gathering. The colors are warm and gorgeous and it makes a nice impression. This recipe works as a side dish as well as a main dish.
Not exactly sure what to do with tofu? Try grilling it! This jerk tofu recipe from our wellness dietitians is exploding with flavor — and it’s perfectly balanced with a refreshingly crunchy cucumber salad.
Don’t do dairy? Here’s a recipe for mousse that uses tofu instead of milk or cream.
An unexpected combo of ingredients makes this soup sweet, spicy and memorable. You can serve it over whole grain quinoa or with a side of mixed baby greens, like arugula.
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These plant sources pack a punch that delivers your daily protein needs, no animal products necessary
You would never guess this creamy, high-protein smoothie gets its texture from tofu and cashew butter. All you will taste is zesty lime and sweet kiwi.
Yes, tofu for dessert! This chocolate espresso mousse is both a high-protein and low-calorie (but tasty!) option.
Your family will flip for this delicious Thai-inspired peanut, tofu and noodle dish. The pea pods, cilantro and scallions bring color and flavor to the peanut sauce, which is a great source of monounsaturated fat. Make it vegan if you like.
Melted cheeses, spinach and tofu nestled in whole wheat manicotti shells. Are you in? This low-fat version will melt in your mouth without weighing you down.