Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook time: 60 minutes Serves: 6 This casserole is sure to spread Thanksgiving cheer—even if it’s April. We love our potatoes: They’re inexpensive, nutritious, and filling. This is especially good served alongside the optional gravy, and along with a bread. It’s a real feast to be enjoyed any time you feel […]
This meal is inexpensive, tremendously satisfying, easy to assemble, and makes heavy use of ingredients we’re all likely to have readily available. Beans are both satiating and comforting, and this meal delivers!
This is an excellent choice for dipping pretzels or another salty snack! It also goes swimmingly on toast or sandwiches.
This rice dish is quick to put together, and uses some of the very cheapest ingredients in the kitchen. Help out your immune system and save time and money all at once!
Just when you think you’ve seen every off-the-wall chickpea idea, from Roasted Chickpeas and Maple Glazed Chickpeas, there’s another incredible twist.
Kati has made our Pad Thai even better. Her rendition of this recipe is even lighter and simpler, and doesn’t rely on any sweeteners. Plus, since it’s so quick to prepare and uses such inexpensive ingredients, it’s become one of her go-to recipes!
Let’s face it: Chickpeas are a miracle food! Maple glazed chickpeas are just one more way chickpeas can add flavor to your life!
We wanted the experience of barbecue wings, and this cauliflower recipe hits the spot! With a little breading and a thick coating of hot sauce, this benign, pale vegetable transforms into a fiery taste sensation.
You forgot to buy groceries this week. It’s late and you’re feeling exhausted. You open your fridge only to see nothing but half package of mushrooms that are barely hanging on. You’re fairly certain you have half a box of your kid’s alphabet pasta in the cupboard. This recipe is here for you!
Upon eating it, Kati exclaimed that it was the first WFPB meal she’d eaten that could replace her dark, Chinese buffet cravings!