Potato. Veggies. Chickpeas. Gravy. I love fries and gravy! I love to punch it up with extra veggies and legumes. Use leftover fries and gravy or whip them up in about 10 minutes. Either way, this comforting meal comes together in a snap. I often use frozen veggies and canned chickpeas as well to speed… Continue reading Meg’s Mishmosh Meal: Comfort Fries – Fries and Gravy with Veggies and Chickpeas
Whole Wheat Pita Bread. Pizza Sauce. Veggies. We love to make pita pizzas for a quick, delicious meal! We use our easy pizza sauce, leftover marinara sauce, or pizza hummus for the sauce. You could also use a commercial variety of your choice to simplify even further. Enjoy topped with your favourite chopped veggies, and… Continue reading Meg’s Mishmosh Meal: Vegan Pita Pizza
Pinto beans (or black beans). Salsa. Chili Powder. Cumin. Sliced Pickled Jalapeños. Refried beans are a staple recipe in our household. After much experimentation, this 5 ingredient recipe is our favourite way to prepare them. The recipe is super simple and comes together in no time! Meg's Mishmosh Meal for the win! Just add your… Continue reading Recipe: Refried Beans (Oil Free Vegan)
Oats. Water. Chopped apple. Apple sauce. Cinnamon. Ground chia seeds. Raisins. Update: This recipe is featured in my What I Eat in a Day When I'm Sick blog post and video. https://youtu.be/BRrl_2YC2KI
Onion. Peppers. Jackfruit. BBQ seasoning. Tortillas. Leafy Greens.
Diced tomatoes. Legumes of your choice. Curry Powder.
Kale slaw. Black beans. Brown rice. Cauliflower. Green salsa. Sriracha. Not sure what a mishmosh meal is? Check it out here. This recipe is featured in our Healthy Halloween Part 2 Video: https://youtu.be/BQbQMBc-efg
Black beans. Corn. Salsa. Not sure what a mishmosh meal is? Check it out here. Update: This recipe is featured in my first What I Eat in a Day blog post and video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUU7wpodq4Y&feature=youtu.be
Plant-based cooking doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming! Meg's Mishmosh Meals are SUPER simple meals that can be put together using a few staple ingredients. These "recipes" are intentionally basic. They can be put together with minimal ingredients, time, and effort. Perfect for the beginner plant-based eater or anyone looking for an easy-to-make meal.… Continue reading What the Heck are “Meg’s Mishmosh Meals”?