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Plant-Based Comfort Foods – Experience Life

With a few easy substitutions, your favorite dishes can still be cozy, satisfying — and nutritious.

Everyone has different definitions of comfort food, but most have a few things in common: In the depths of winter, we want something warm to keep the shivers at bay. When we’re stressed and stretched thin, we want hearty, rich foods, often dishes that remind us of childhood.

Yet most of the top picks for comfort food are not considered especially healthy, because they are often awash in butter and cheese with nary a green vegetable in sight. By putting a plant-based spin on some of your favorite home-cooked fare, you can enjoy the comfort you crave with added nutrition.

These recipes may seem a bit more involved than what you typically tackle for a weeknight meal, but they call for a lot of pantry staples and hands-off baking time. With a few extra minutes in the kitchen and a handful of smart swaps, one of these plant-forward dishes may become your new comfort-food classic.


Robin Asbell
is a Minneapolis-based recipe developer and cookbook author.

Photography by: Andrea D’Agosto; Food Stylist: Paul Jackman

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