Brrrr!! It got real cold, real fast over here.
Ready to get warm and toasty?!
Sometimes my favorite winter recipes get lost in the mix of weekly blog posts and I need a yumminess reminder, so I’m sharing my Top 5 Vegan Warming Winter Recipes with you today! All feel good, immune-boosting, cold-weather friendly ideas to heat you up from the inside out, and nourish your cells too.
This is my MOST popular blog recipe to date. A must-try that readers (and myself) rave about for boosting immunity with all the warming, fiery spices to heat you up and fuel your body with feel-good nutrients. Seriously, you have to make this gorgeous soup.
Made with quinoa, zucchini, bell peppers, beans and creamy avocado, you can’t go wrong with this super easy homemade winter staple! I love the spiciness and it’s super filling in the best way. People always ask me how to make chili without ground meat and I point them to this recipe.
3) THE ULTIMATE VEGAN MAC AND CHEESE (LOW-FAT):
The cheesiest and creamiest sauce made from only the best veggies and spices including nutritional yeast for that classically irresistible “cheese” flavor. With a healthy spin, this recipe will even please the hardcore cheese addicts.
4) ONE POT VEGGIE AND SOBA NOODLE SOUP:
A healthy and comforting asian-inspired noodle soup that’s healing, cleansing and full of wholesome veggies. Perfect for a frigid wintry day or if you’re feeling sick. Can be made gluten free with different noodles. Made with all the lovely asian flavors – in a soup form!
Festively healthy, hearty, creamy, rich and ready in 35 minutes! This savory pumpkin chili is warming, nourishing and absolutely delicious. A crowd-pleasing favorite for sure, and one pot that I make often!
Hope you had an amazing holiday weekend! Stay warm, my loves!
I made the vegan mac and cheese for dinners this week and WOW, that is so good! I transitioned to plant based Jan 1st and this recipe is a keeper!!
Emilie @ Emilie Eats
These all look so comforting! It hasn’t really gotten below 50 degrees down here in south Louisiana, but I’m still craving warm, hearty meals!
So jealous Emilie! It’s gotten way too cold here in Chicago.. hope you’re able to try some of these cozy recipes 🙂