Plant-Based Meal Ideas After Intermittent Fasting
Personally, I do a lot of fasting. And I find that one meal a day has been absolutely beneficial. I know that I am not alone on this and I also know that a lot of people are asking, especially the noobs, “how do I break the fast?”
Let me help you with that. The meals I choose to cook and eat need to be super delicious and filling. Or it all just becomes painful.
Also, I find that when I am organised and have my meals planned out, it allows for more ease in the cooking process. And that one meal becomes truly a ritual when before it was a chore.
This week’s recipes are really tasty, filling, and easy to make. They are 3 of my favourites. One of the sauces is from my first cookbook – Plant-Based Love Stories and has become a fantastic staple around the world. I have had so many people tell me how they use it in place of a store-bought smoky bbq sauce. Winning!
Vegan Lentil Soup
This is a gorgeous little vegan lentil soup that is freezer-friendly with easy-to-find ingredients in your local supermarket. This is my go-to recipe if I really don’t feel like cooking. I made this as simple as possible. No frills. Perfect for the cold weather.
Click here for the full recipe.
Tempeh BBQ Ribs
Tempeh and Smoky BBQ sauce? This is BBQ Tempeh Ribs! One of my glorious (and I am very proud of it) sauces, can go with so many things! You can replace the Tempeh with mushrooms, or tofu.
Here is the link for the full recipe.
Roasted with a little oil, cumin, salt, and pepper. Buttery and rich in flavour. Melts in your mouth.
Click here to check this recipe out.
You can never go wrong with a high plant-based meal when you are breaking your fast, especially when it’s a delicious one you’re having. My Super eBook Bundle includes a lot of recipes to support you with yummy, and easy-to-make recipes.
Try these recipes out and let me know how they help you break your fast in the comment section of my YouTube channel.
With love from my kitchen to yours,
Chef Cynthia Louise xx