Are you the one who hates going in the kitchen but loves eating delicious recipes? If so, how about learning a few recipes that are yum plus are easy to make? The recipes that won’t take time and are healthy.
If you have recently turned into a vegetarian, it can be exhausting to figure out what to eat and what not to when you are hungry. So, here are a few vegetarian recipes that are super delicious and perfect for those who hate to cook.
1. Mint Chocolate Energy Bites
If you love chocolate and mint, then you will surely love this recipe. What you all need is ½ cup of almonds, 2tbsp almond butter, 1-2 drops of mint extract, 1tbsp of honey, 10-14 large dates pitted, 2tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder, and 3tbsp hemp seeds.
Blend all the ingredients into a food processor and make 15-20 evenly sized balls. You would be surprised to know that one ball of mint chocolate energy bites contains 101 calories, 3g protein, 5g fat, and 1g carbs.
2. A Perfect Lunch Meal in a Jar – Salad Recipe That Takes No Time to Prepare
How about serving a salad in jars? Sounds interesting? If you are bored of eating that regular salad in plates and bowls, try this new version of a salad that is served in a jar and a perfect meal for kids.
Take 2-3 cups of lettuce, a cup of bean medley, 1-2 cups of corn, ½ cup of diced avocado, 4o of taco, and 2-3 tbsp salad dressing. Mix all the ingredients in jars and serve it in lunch. This salad is rich in Vitamin C
, which would keep you full for long hours.
3. Pita Pizza
Take pita bread, and fill it with marinara sauce, green peppers, and other ingredients that you love eating with shredded mozzarella cheese.
You would be amazed to see how many ingredients could fit in a small pizza. This is a perfect treat after a bad day, or for a birthday party.
4. Peanut Butter and Banana Rolls
These delicious and quick wraps are overloaded with celery sticks, strawberries, and a bit of everything salty and tasty.
Take 1tbsp of peanut butter, 4-5 strawberries, two celery sticks, a whole wheat tortilla, and a banana. Spread peanut butter on a tortilla, and place banana at the center of it. Fold the sides of the tortilla and continue to roll it.
5. Cooker Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal
Take steel cut oats, vanilla extract, pumpkin, salt, pumpkin pie spice, and water as ingredients to prepare this delicious vegetarian recipe. Add these ingredients (excluding pumpkin pie spice) into a cooker and stir well.
When you mix, make sure that you mix it in one direction so that no lumps are formed. Put it on the warm setting and let it cook overnight about 6-7 hours.
When it is finished cooking, add the pumpkin pie spice and vanilla extract. Let it cook for about 15-20 minutes to thicken it up. Serve warm with chopped pecans.
Next time, when you find boring going into the kitchen, try these easy veg recipes that take no time and offer several benefits to your health.