Pair this hummus with your favorite crunchy vegetables like broccoli, pickles, bell peppers, or carrots.
Oven Fried Oysters
Crunchy and satisfying, oven-fried oysters are great on their own or added to a sandwich. They’re an excellent source of iron, too!
Roasted Sweet Potato & Acorn Squash Bisque
This dairy-free, antioxidant-packed soup can be eaten alone but it’s so simple you can add whatever you’d like! Try white beans, chicken, or spinach.
Lentil, Kale and Quinoa Stew
This stew is extra filling due to its high fiber content.
Vegan Red Lentil Casserole
This recipe is an excellent source of fiber with nearly 20 grams per serving!
Lentils take the place of meat in this vegetarian lasagna. A good source of fiber and iron, lentils are a plant-based protein with endless possibilities.
Mexican-Inspired Split Pea Soup
Cumin, oregano, and canned green chiles boost the flavor of split peas in this hearty soup. If you like heat, use jalapeno instead of bell pepper!
Sweet Pea Pancakes
These pancakes use yellow split peas, boosting their fiber, protein and flavor!
Garlicky Beans and Toast
A savory toast that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Leafy greens add vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium, making this simple dish extra nutritious.
Split Pea Pozole
Split peas are a good source of fiber and protein. Cooking them before adding to this recipe keeps them from becoming mushy.