A little pasta, a lot of veggies and a serious dose of comfort. This week’s recipes are built for the crazy and cozy limbo between summer and fall seasons. We start the week with a fresh, vegetable-loaded fattoush salad and end it with a bowl of Curried Coconut Corn Chowder (aka: pure heaven). In between, we’ve got a little pasta e fagioli soup going on in the slow cooker – Wednesday night is going to be a breeze! – and a little 15-minute peanut noodle perfection. Plus, a tomato-based quinoa casserole that might just blow your mind (it definitely did ours).
Here’s this week’s meatless meal plan:
Greek Fattoush Salad // I don’t know about you, but Mondays just feel like salad days. Usually, I guess, because I’m doing a little mostly-mental detox after indulging a bit over the weekend. This tasty salad is a cinch to whip up and is plenty satisfying as a full-on healthy dinner.
Slow Cooker Pasta e Fagioli Soup from Kitchen Treaty // A light yet hearty soup to help bridge the divide between summer and autumn. It cooks up in the slow cooker all day, so there’s virtually no work to do at dinnertime. Yes! I may have just done a fist-pump – slow cooker cooking makes me giddy.
Sweet & Spicy Cold Peanut Noodles from Hello Natural // No oven necessary, and only 15 minutes to prep. Need I say more? Okay, I’ll say a little more: YUM.
Creamy Caprese Quinoa Bake from Half Baked Harvest // This is one of the best new recipes I’ve tried in awhile. Easy, delicious and pretty darn healthy too. And I love that it uses tomatoes and basil, which our garden is still producing like crazy. It made for terrific lunch leftovers too.
Curried Coconut Corn Chowder from The Fig Tree // This incredible soup is pure comfort in a bowl. We plopped scoops of cooked quinoa – we made more than we needed for Thursday’s dinner – right in the middle for a little extra heft (we were hungry!). But this soup is plenty satisfying all on its own.
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