Minestrone SoupEnjoy this festive and distinctive soup as a meal in itself or as a first course to an Italian dinner. For a gluten-free version, use one of many available pastas made with rice, quinoa, corn or even lentils—and check your bouillon cube ingredients.Mock Tuna SaladUse this popular salad as a delicious sandwich filling, atop fresh greens, or as a hearty dip.Avocado Banana SmoothieThis is not only satisfying, but it’s a smart way to use avocado. Great for breakfast, but you can enjoy it throughout the day!I Can’t Believe I’m Craving Kale SaladThe distinctive dressing makes this salad one of the best ways to enjoy fresh kale.Baked Stuffed MushroomsGuests will love these sizzling-hot mushrooms mounded high with our savory filling.Cinnamon Peanut Butter Overnight OatsStart your morning with this homemade oatmeal that’s ready to go! Mix it up by using different nut butters and fruit garnishes.BBQ JackfruitFrom India to North America, jackfruit lends itself to countless variations. Here, vegan chef Acooba Scott offers a satisfying filling for a meal. Go as spicy or smoky as you like! Presented by Acooba Scott at Veggie Fest 2016.Piña Colada Fruit SaladClassic tropical flavors make this a true crowd-pleaser. If fresh pineapple or mango is not available, consider substituting frozen versions. Even canned fruit packed in juice can be used; the result won’t have the same delicate fragrance, but can still be enjoyed.Orange Steamed Asparagus and Artichoke HeartsWhen Chef Ramses Bravo demonstrated this side dish at Veggie Fest, he suggested peeling the asparagus for a soft texture.Kale ChipsDo you have trouble getting your children to eat their greens? Here’s an idea sure to please the most finicky eater: kale chips! Bake until crispy with sweet or savory seasonings, depending on your preference.Whole Meal SaladAn extravaganza of highly nutritious ingredientsSummer SaladWhen you think of a light and refreshing salad for summer, teaming fresh berries and greens is a perfect combination.