Today I am featuring 25 of the best post-workout vegan recipes you need to try to help you recover faster and power up for the day! I tell you, no matter how busy I get, I find time to squeeze a good workout. Exercise is the best preventive measure against osteoporosis, especially to us ladies!
This Peanut Butter Smoothie by Strength and Sunshine is easy to make and the addition of chocolate is cherry on top!
Ever tried a no-cook energy balls? I have a recipe on the blog, flavored 3 ways!
Love a good peanut butter cookie? Plating Pixels has a decadent treat after an intense workout.
We all have versions of green smoothie and this power drink from Plant-based Scotty is one for the books.
This weekend fluffy pancakes from Eat with Clarity has vanilla flavored protein powder. Oh and it’s gluten-free too!
It’s the summer season and pineapples are everywhere. I eat and drink it in multiple ways, and this smoothie recipe from Veggie Inspired is thirst-quenching as it looks, I want more!
Coconut and chocolate, anyone? these energy balls from Bowl of Delicious are great for mid-day snacks, don’t you think so?
I have all the ingredients shared by Circus Gardener for this Lebanese-style rice and lentils. I love finding a good recipe around the globe!
I can’t get enough of quinoa, it’s packed with protein and fiber so here’s a quick and easy recipe for you!
Seriously, this high protein wake up and work out fudge by When Sweet Becomes Healthy looks so tempting, my knees are trembling!
This homemade sports drink developed by Glue and Glitter features watermelon and coconut water. I’d chug this in a heartbeat!
Energy balls with prebiotics? these treats from Sharon Palmer is definitely worth checking out.
Cookie dough, anyone? this veganized tiny tummy satisfiers from Yup It’s Vegan are easy to make!
Keto fans, here’s a gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan lemon fat bombs from Tasting Page for you!
I love making power bars and this recipe from Veganosity got me excited!
We can’t get enough of energy bars and this vanilla brownie recipe from Veganosity is a dessert all its own.
This tropical carrot smoothie is calling my name right now. Like I have all the ingredients shared by My Quiet Kitchen.
Oil-free and crunchy, this granola made by My Quiet Kitchen is another power-high food you need to add to your list of must-try vegan recipes.
My Quite Kitchen is killin’ it with all these vegan delights and this cajun tofu scramble is great to start your day with!
I never thought of combining matcha and chocolate so I’m totally trying this energy ball recipe from The Nut Free Vegan.
Yes, you can have smoothie in a bowl and this recipe from Tin and Thyme features pear, avocado and almonds, yum!
The Conscious Dietitian shares high protein steel cut oats with peanut butter recipe.
A dupe of Reese’s puffs cereals, Strength and Sunshine’s recipe is gluten-free, sugar-free and of course vegan!
Working out with kids is a great way to introduce them to a healthy and active lifestyle. Add these kid-friendly energy balls from Dreena Burton, you got ’em hooked, mama!
Finally, let’s revisit this power breakfast bowl I made not too long ago, it’s berry good!
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