Here’s a look at what we’re currently munching on at Hungryroot!

Cheesy Black Bean Squash Nachos 

This one is for all the cheeze lovers (who isn’t one, btw?). We took one of the ultimate comfort foods–nachos–and gave it a Hungryroot makeover.

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If you order nachos at a chain restaurant, you’re looking at astronomical levels of saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. For instance, at Chili’s, the classic nachos (read: the most basic variety of nachos on the menu), contain 1250 calories, 88 grams of fat, 50 grams of saturated fat (approximately 3 times the daily recommended limit), 245 mg of cholesterol and 2640 mg of sodium (upwards of the daily recommended limit). Sure, you might be splitting the nachos with bae, but even half of that plate is enough to send your digestive system into overdrive.

In designing our Cheesy Black Bean Squash Nachos, we took out all of the saturated fat and cholesterol, and added in a generous dose of fiber and healthy fats. Instead of nutrient-empty chips, we use crinkle-cut Butternut Squash French Fries. When you bake the butternut squash fries, they get browned and release the natural sugars found in butternut squash, making them utterly scrumptious. Instead of artery-clogging dairy-based cheese, we use a vegetable and nut-based Cashew Cheddar that’s just as creamy but so much better for you. And finally, we add in our Cucumber Corn Black Bean Salad for a dose of protein and fiber.

Oh, and did we mention that they taste incredible?

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Elevate your nacho game – just add salsa, avocado and vegan sour cream!

Walnut Date Energy Bites 

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We pair our wildly popular Almond Chickpea Cookie Dough with our Crunchy Walnut Date Muesli for our decadent yet good-for-you Walnut Date Energy Bites. Our cookie dough is made with–you guessed it–chickpeas, along with almond butter, tahini and vegan chocolate chips. And our muesli is free of added sugar and made with just a few simple ingredients: oats, dates, raisins, buckwheat groats and mixture of seeds and nuts Now you can have your cake and eat it too.

Sweet Potato Pad Thai 

On the off chance that you’re neither a cheeze lover nor a chocolate lover, we think this last dish will be the perfect fit for you: Sweet Potato Pad Thai.

We take the flavors of traditional Pad Thai–sweet, salty, sour, and spicy–and bring you a lightened up, plant-based version that’ll make you ditch your takeout habit. First, let’s talk sauce. Our Thai Peanut is a flavor explosion, with it’s slightly sweet, slightly tangy notes blending seamlessly into a gastronomical delight. We pour that over our Sweet Potato Ribbons–fresh-cut sweet potatoes in the form of wide noodles–and finally add in our crisp Pea Snaps for a crunchy bite.

If you’re feeling fancy, add some crushed roasted peanuts, minced cilantro, bean sprouts and sliced scallions for more of that traditional Pad Thai flavor.

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We hope you love our products as much as we do. Tag us on Instagram or Twitter @hungryroot to show us what you’re cooking!

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