Your Favorite Foods are Now Vegan

Following vegan protocol isn’t so much about tailing a diet as it is about maintaining a lifestyle. In the past, options were pretty limited. If you went to a restaurant and wanted to order something that was vegan you were usually limited to only side dishes and french fries.

Now, there are so many more options, especially if you’re cooking them yourself. With meal delivery, maintaining veganism in your life is even simpler. You asked, and we listened. You can now enjoy your favorite foods without any meat or dairy, and conveniently have these meals delivered to your door.


What Are the Benefits of Eating a Vegan Diet?

There are many scientific claims that assert that veganism is a path that leads to maintaining a healthy life. If you’re choosing to follow a strict vegan diet, it is recommended that you consult a dietitian to ensure that you’re still receiving all of the essential vitamins that your body needs. According to HealthLine, these are some health benefits that are linked with veganism:

  • A vegan diet may help you maintain a healthy heart.
  • This diet may help protect you against type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.
  • It can help you lose excess weight.
  • It appears to lower blood sugar levels and improve kidney functions.
  • A vegan diet can reduce pain from arthritis.

Vegan Meals for Home Delivery

Following any diet can be difficult. And maintaining a vegan diet can require even more foresight because many food items in the Western diet can have hidden bit of dairy. Unless you’re scrutinizing all ingredient labels, you never know exactly what you’re eating. That’s why we make it easy. Check out what vegan meals you can enjoy without worry, hassle, or scrutinization.

Vegan Breakfast Bars

A typical Western breakfast is usually only complete with milk, eggs, bacon, etc. We’re redefining your typical breakfast with our vegan coconut bars and vegan nutty bars. Treat these as a breakfast on-the-go, or as the perfect midday snack.

Fettuccine Alfredo

Alfredo sauce is usually made with Parmesan cheese and heavy cream, but we developed a vegan-friendly way to enjoy fettuccine alfredo, without the addition of dairy. The secret is in the cashews. You won’t even notice the difference.

Potato Tacos

Who says tacos have to be made with only chicken, beef, or pork? We don’t believe in those types of limitations. Behold, a delicious and authentic taco made from potatoes. With the right seasoning, you’ll only need a margarita to pair with these potato tacos to feel like you’re on vacation in Cabo.

Lentil Loaf


Our lentil loaf is a vegan interpretation of a traditional meatloaf. A blend of lentils, flax seeds, and oats are combined to create this fiber-rich dish. With a side of roasted broccoli and a tangy sauce to drizzle on top, this is a nutrient-rich meal that you’ll want to serve to your family.

Note: If you have leftover lentil loaf you can put it between two slices of bread to make a tasty sandwich for the day after.

Roasted Vegetable Pizza


Yes, there is such thing as vegan pizza—and we have it. Instead of cheese, you will use nutritional yeast to determine that cheesy flavor. The name “nutritional yeast” might not sound attractive, but pay no mind to that because it’s the taste, along with the fresh marinara sauce and vegetables, that will have you coming back for seconds and thirds.

Vegan Macaroni and Cheese

Don’t say goodbye to your favorite cheesy comfort food, say hello to its vegan version. This vegan mac & cheese is rich, creamy, and totally decadent. Cashews, potatoes, carrots, and nutritional yeast create a rich and “cheesy” sauce. Quinoa pasta also joins in to provide a whole grain alternative to white pasta.

Hungry for more? Explore all of our vegan options. You can have a new vegan meal almost every day for a month, and we’re always dishing up new recipes.

No Meat. No Dairy. No Problems.

Do you follow a vegan lifestyle? What barriers have you had to cross along the way? Are there any questions regarding a vegan diet that you would like to have answered by a nutritionist? We’re happy to answer those questions. Start the conversation. Leave a comment or a question below and we’ll answer back.