This sampler includes 10 recipes:
1. 3-Layer Enchilada Casserole
Dig into this! This vegan beef enchilada casserole is a cinch to make but delivers layers of flavors from the soft and mellow corn tortillas to the melted cheese atop mildly (or spicily!) seasoned veggie burger. You only need to open a few cans and packages and start layering. It bakes for 1 hour and 15 minutes, allowing you precious time to spend with pets or other loved ones or to catch up with a well-deserved nap. This is a great option for relaxed weekend cooking with possible leftovers.
2. Broccoli Beef with Hoisin Sauce
Vegan Beef and Broccoli in a Flash! This quick and easy version of broccoli beef makes use of pre-seasoned tender beef tips, precut vegetables, purchased hoisin sauce and frozen rice. Matchstick carrots are included to increase the veggie content, but exclude them if you prefer. This “pour-n-snore” recipe takes less than 5 minutes to assemble. 30 minutes in the oven, and it is done: tender beef, crispy vegetables, hot rice–all deliciously highlighted by the very flavorful sweet and salty hoisin sauce.
3. Confetti Chicken and Rice
An American Staple Veganized in No Time! Vegan chicken fillets give this mild classic chicken and rice casserole the vegan twist with only 4 ingredients. Simply layer the ingredients in a baking dish and pop it into the oven for 45 minutes for a go-to classic. Yum! 😊
4. Double Cheeseburger Pie
Layers of mouthwatering deliciousness! This veganized version of cheeseburger pie has 2 layers of awesome burger, cheese and onions just like a really good (vegan) double cheeseburger! It is a Pour-n-Snore™️ comfort food that takes less than 5 minutes to assemble, and the only utensil you need to prepare it is a spatula to smooth out the layers. Allow it to bake for 45 minutes while you take a nap or do other things, preferably fun
😊. Serve with shredded lettuce, tomatoes, vegan bacon bits, and homemade vegan thousand island dressing (recipe included) if desired.
5. Easy Chili
Seriously Easy, Seriously Tasty Chili! Find comfort in a bowl of vegan chili that practically makes itself 😊. Taking advantage of convenience products, this recipe is a hands-off version that simmers for an hour. Use canned spicy tomatoes and hot canned chilis to crank the chili’s heat level up if desired. Top it off with sliced onions, vegan sour cream, vegan cheddar cheese shreds and corn chips for a fully loaded spicy, creamy, crunchy bowl of goodness.
6. Beef Stew
Warm up with savory stew! The herb-rich broth is savory and light and nicely complements the vegan beef and hearty veggies. The convenience of frozen vegetables and vegan beef means no veggie or meat prep is required in this simple “Pour-n-Snore” hands-off cooking gem of a recipe. Starting from frozen, this warming stew can be ready in 30 minutes.
7. Chili Nachos
Nachos in No Time! Whether you cook these crazy-delicious chili nachos in the microwave or in the oven, they will be done in no time. Pile on your favorite toppings to add a bite of freshness or top them with purchased pico de gallo for real simplicity. This festive and simple recipe can easily be doubled for potlucks and other get-togethers.
A favorite simplified! This delicious layered lasagna requires no pre-cooking and no hands-on cooking and can be made in a single bake-and-serve pan. The beauty of vegan beef crumbles is that they don’t need to be precooked for this recipe. This version includes a layer of fresh spinach, but you can add additional cheese or vegan ricotta if preferred.
9. Easy Tortilla Soup
Spicy Spoonsful in a Jiffy! Spicy chilis and tomatoes add the heat to this quick and super easy chicken tortilla soup. Loaded with vegan chicken strips and healthy veggies and beans, this makes for a go-to dinner any day of the week. Serve with crispy tortilla chips and vegan fiesta style cheese if desired.
10. Very Veggie Vegetable Soup
Healthy in a Hurry! There is no need to chop veggies for this super simple and super flavorful veggie soup. Just add a bunch of healthy ingredients to a large stock pan, Instant Pot or slow cooker and let the soup simmer. It can be ready in as little as 15 minutes. Add some beans for protein and macaroni or other pasta if desired.