Easy Ways to Add Vegan Protein to Your Daily Meals
vegetarian options on the list, too.
Hemp hearts. Blend these into a smoothie or add them to a salad. Just by consuming three tablespoons, you get 10 grams of protein.
Almond milk. Got milk? If you didn’t have any before, hopefully, you have some now. It only takes one cup of almond milk to get about 7-9 grams of protein into your body. Drink it alone or mix it in with some cereal for a vegan breakfast.
Lentils. I like to think lentils are pretty much the sun and stars of vegan food. There’s really no limit to how lentils can be used to recreate popular dishes. You can make therein dishes such as burgers, “meat” loaf, spaghetti pasta, casseroles and more. Eating one cup of cooked lentils provides you with 18 grams of protein!
Beans. One cup of either black or kidney beans will give you 14 grams of protein. They’re called the magical fruit for a reason.
Quinoa. This versatile dish packs about