Hearty: 25 Filling Plant-Based Recipes That Won't Fall Flat at Mealtime

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Comfort food. It's filling, flavorful, and makes you feel good when you eat it. But have you noticed that many plant-based recipes just don't have that "comfort food" feeling? Sure, they're tasty. But they aren't remarkably filling, and they certainly don't hit the spot like some good old Southern comfort food does. 

That's where Hearty comes in. This is a small-but-mighty curated collection of 25 filling, flavorful, plant-based recipes that are approved by my meat-and-potatoes-loving husband. These are the recipes he requests over and over because they're just that good!

And if his approval wasn't enough, I'll let you in on my little secret. Many of the recipes in this book are the very ones that my non-plant-based friends and family can't get enough of! That's right. When I bring these dishes to family gatherings and social events, they're always a hit, and no one even knows they're actually super healthy.

So if you need help preparing plant-based meals that feel like true Southern comfort, then Hearty is your new best friend.

Each recipe has a full color photo to go along with it so you know exactly what the recipe is supposed to look like. Also, the recipes are easy to make, and they call for regular ingredients that you can get at almost any grocery store.

Here are just a few of the recipes featured in Hearty:

  • Savory Tofu Scramble (featured on the cover)
  • Double Berry Walnut Waffles
  • Mexican Fiesta Burger
  • Spice Rack Taco Soup
  • Big 'n' Bold Texas Cauliflower Bites
  • Oil-Free Crispy Baked Fries
  • Creamy Whipped Hummus
  • Party Maker Guacamole

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