New Ways to Go Meatless on Monday

Rethink meat-free meals with these delicious recipes

New Ways to Go Meatless on Monday

 If you're stuck in a rut when it comes to vegetarian meals, try these delicious and filling recipes.

Baked Egg Bell Pepper Tarts


These quick and easy baked egg tarts are the perfect way to start your day (and your week). They’re loaded with vegetables and ready in just a few minutes. As an added bonus, they’re cooked just until the whites are set so you’ll have lots of runny egg yolk to accompany the crunchy tart shell. Click here for the recipe.

Baked Quinoa Falafel Pita with Tzatziki

Adding quinoa to falafel is a great way to add more protein to your diet; quinoa is a complete protein, which means it has all the same amino acids as an animal-based protein. Add some homemade tzatziki sauce to these crunchy oven-baked patties for a perfectly delicious meat-free meal. Click here for the recipe.  

Bean and Barley Soup


Beef barley soup goes meat-free in this black bean-packed version. Even though the soup omits the beef, it still has tons of flavor because it starts with a mix of sautéed onion, celery, and carrot. Click here for the recipe.

Mexican Fajita Pie

This towering tortilla and bean pie is spiced with garlic, cumin, and chili powder for the perfect meatless Tex-Mex meal. Click here for the recipe.

Roasted Eggplant Sandwich


This super-flavorful sandwich is worth the work you’ll put into making its individual parts. If you have leftover vegetables, pesto, or bean spread, use them in salads or pastas, or spread them on toast for breakfast. Click here for the recipe.

Three-Bean Salad with Quinoa


Forget packing cold pasta salad for lunch; this quinoa-based version is delicious, filling, and easy to make. As an added bonus, it’s easy to customize; use whatever beans or vegetables you have on hand. Click here for the recipe.

Wild Rice and Navy Bean Burger

This mushroom and wild rice-studded bean burger tastes just as good as it looks. Top it with melted cheese and juicy tomato for a hearty, meat-free “burger” that even carnivores will crave. Click here for the recipe.