Do you hate cooking and having to use a million ingredients for one dish? Join the club!
I love cooking, but I hate having to bring out 10-20 ingredients for one meal.
With these 10 easy 5-ingredient recipes, you can eat on a budget and eat a yummy meal!
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These 10 recipes with 5-ingredients or less will more than satisfy your taste buds (and your budget!).
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1. Banana Egg Pancakes
These banana pancakes are filling and super easy to make, which is a must when you’re trying to cook breakfast in the morning.
2. Easy Protein Bars
I’ve been on a dessert recipe kick lately and trying a bunch of different recipes. These protein bars are next on my list!
3. Festive Avocado Pomegranate Sweet Potato Toast
Instead of bread, use a sweet potato as a piece of toast. How amazing does this look!?
4. Spicy Chile-Garlic Tofu
Pair this delicious tofu with rice and the meal is done. I’ve been vegan for almost 5+ years (and Korean for 26!) which means I’ve had a lot of tofu. I love finding new ways to cook it!
5. 4 Ingredient Vegan Chili Verde
Doesn’t this chili look so filling and satisfying?
6. Superfood Quinoa Salad Bowl
I love eating quinoa – it’s so good for you and it’s so filling!
7. Protein Quinoa Bowl
How delicious does this protein bowl look?
8. Easy Broccoli Cheese Soup
Check out this easy and super delicious cheese soup that will turn anyone into a broccoli lover.
9. Cheesy Cheddar Broccoli Rice
Another recipe with broccoli for anyone trying to get more veggies in.
10. Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili
This is the perfect (easy!) soup as the weather starts to get colder out.
11. Healthy Green Vegan Pea Soup
Peas are super nutritious and filled with tons of vitamins that are great for the body. Major bonus, this soup is so easy to make!
12. Vegan Chocolate Almond Pudding
I miss buying pudding (store-bought pudding is rarely vegan) and it’s always filled with a ton of processed ingredients. Now, I can make my own pudding at home! I haven’t made this recipe yet but it’s on my to-do list.
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I also recommend checking out the book Plant-Based On A Budget. It’s one of my favorite recipe books for cooking plant-based recipes. Plant-Based On A Budgetteaches you how to cook healthy, satisfying meals for under $30 a week.
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