The Ultimate collection of HIGH-PROTEIN vegan recipes

Are you a vegan looking to amp up your protein intake without sacrificing your plant-based lifestyle? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with the Ultimate Guide to High-Protein Vegan Meals.

Discover delicious and nutritious recipes that will keep you energized, satisfied, and on track with your fitness goals. Get ready to unleash the power of plants!

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Welcome to the ultimate resource for all vegan warriors out there! If you’re searching for a comprehensive guide to high-protein vegan meals, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll dive deep into the world of plant-based protein, unveiling delicious recipes, meal planning tips, fitness advice, and the sustainable benefits of a vegan lifestyle. Get ready to elevate your protein game and unleash the power of plants!

Breakfast: Kickstart Your Day with Protein

1. Vegan Protein-Packed Smoothie

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This strawberry cauliflower smoothie is packed with protein thanks to the yogurt but if your want you can add a scoop of your favorite vegan protein powder and chia seeds. Vegan protein powders are typically made from peas, brown rice, or hemp, all of which are excellent sources of plant-based protein. Chia seeds are not only high in protein but also contain all nine essential amino acids, making them a complete protein source.

2. Tofu Scramble

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Tofu (here is the tofu scramble recipe) is made from soybeans, which are one of the best sources of plant-based protein. A 100-gram serving of tofu contains around 8 grams of protein. Plus, tofu is a complete protein, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids your body needs.

Lunch: Satisfying and Protein-Rich

3. Chickpea Salad

Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a great source of protein. A cup of cooked chickpeas contains about 15 grams of protein. They’re also high in fiber, which can help keep you full and satisfied. This chickpea salad sandwich is filled with fresh and crunchy vegetables.

4. Lentil Soup

Lentils are a protein powerhouse, with a cup of cooked lentils providing about 18 grams of protein. Like chickpeas, lentils are also high in fiber. This Mexican lentil soup is my favorite; when you try it, it will be your favorite too.

Dinner: End Your Day with a Protein Punch

5. Quinoa Stir-Fry lettuce wraps

Quinoa is a grain that’s unusually high in protein. A cup of cooked quinoa contains around 8 grams of protein. Quinoa is a complete protein, making it a fantastic choice for vegans. These quinoa lettuce wraps are so easy and fast to make, hopefully you’ll have them on your weekly menu on repeat.

6. Black Bean Burgers

Black beans are another excellent source of plant-based protein. A cup of cooked black beans contains about 15 grams of protein. They’re also high in fiber and a good source of iron. So these black bean hamburgers are the best.

And on top of that, they are so easy to make! You have to put all the ingredients in the food processor, and voilá. You will have the best vegan hamburgers ever.

Snacks: Protein On-The-Go

7. Roasted Chickpeas

As mentioned earlier, chickpeas are high in protein. Roasting them makes for a crunchy, convenient snack that’s packed with protein.

Roasted chickpeas with chipotle powder are a delightful snack that combines the hearty texture of chickpeas with the smoky heat of chipotle. The chickpeas are first drained and dried to ensure maximum crispiness, then tossed in olive oil, chipotle powder, and sea salt to coat every nook and cranny.

8. Almond Butter Energy Balls

Almond butter energy balls is made from almonds, which are high in protein. A two-tablespoon serving of almond butter contains around 7 grams of protein. The oats and flax seeds in these energy balls also contribute to their protein content.

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