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6 Low Carb Vegetarian Recipes

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
Healthy and delicious! Who can argue against dishes that make you feel great inside and out. Share and try vegetarian recipes here.Almond and Acai Protein Balls by Julie Montagu
1. Almond and Acai Protein Balls
Almond and Acai Protein Balls
These energizing protein balls are packed full of vegan hemp protein, delicious potassium rich bananas, and healthy almonds and pumpkins seeds making these the perfect post-workout treat. Join Julie Montagu in the kitchen for this easy-to-follow and healthy recipe.
2. Quinoa Muffins
Quinoa Muffins
These delicious quinoa muffins are packed full of protein which is essential for healthy muscle growth and repair. Join Julie Montagu in the kitchen as she shares with you this simple, easy and healthy recipe. Perfect for an on-the-go snack or breakfast.
3. Red Lentils, Quinoa, and Greens with a Tahini Dressing
Red Lentils, Quinoa, and Greens
This nutritious dinner combines delicious and healthy quinoa, with wilted kale and spinach, all topped with an amazing tahini dressing. Follow Julie's simple cooking instructions to make this easy dinner that the whole family will enjoy.
4. Banana Blueberry and Ginger Smoothie - 21 Day Yoga Body Slim Down Challenge
Banana and Blueberry Smoothie
Smoothies are super quick to make and a great way of filling your body with nutrients before or after a yoga workout. Combining delicious almond milk, blueberries, ginger, apples and banana, Julie makes a creamy and anti-oxidant packed drink that tastes as just delicious as it looks.
5. Porridge with Almond Butter - 21 Day Yoga Body Slim Down Challenge
Porridge with Almond Butter
Porridge is full of fibre and healthy carbohydrates that give your body sustained energy throughout the day. In this session, Julie will show you how to make her favorite porridge that is packed full of nutrient rich coconut milk, delicious cinnamon, and almond butter to make to creamy and rich.
6. Vegan Pan-Seared Cauliflower with Curry
Pan-Seared Cauliflower
Running out of ideas of what to do with cauliflower? Chef Alex Ong of San Francisco demonstrates a sophisticated yet simple Asian-influenced approach to cauliflower in this Grokker Premium video. Thinly sliced carmelized cauliflower florets combined with scallions and finished with a touch of 5-Spice and Szechuan peppercorn make for a new cauliflower recipe your family and friends will be asking you the recipe for.
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