Welcome to Fork in the Kitchen, I’m so glad you’re here!
My name is Becca. I’m the voice, creator, and CEO of taste testing here at Fork in the Kitchen. In 2015, it started out as a hobby to explore my passion for cooking and photography and quickly filled every spare minute of my weeknights and weekends. Fast forward five years and I transitioned from being in front of my first-grade classroom to being full-time behind my camera, computer, and a whole lotta dishes.
Vegetarian Recipes Everyone Will Love
Here at Fork in the Kitchen, you’ll find elevated, approachable, (mostly) vegetarian recipes that everyone will love. From dinner recipes, breakfast recipes, and everyone’s favorite vegetarian appetizers, you’re bound to find a recipe that meets your needs!
I fully believe that cooking for your family, friends, or yourself, doesn’t have to be overly complicated and time-consuming, and making meatless meals shouldn’t lack flavor, texture, or excitement.
I’m here to showcase that vegetarian meals are anything but boring.
At Fork in the Kitchen, you’ll be inspired by flavorful vegetarian dishes that are easy AND impressive. You’ll find yourself exclaiming “wow, that was so much easier than I expected!”
I approach recipes from the view that meals are best when made with wholesome, fresh ingredients, AND that food and life, are ultimately about balance. So sometimes we’ll use cornflakes as a garnish and bake with frozen puff pastry dough and take recipe shortcuts because we need quick, delicious recipes.
Oh, and FITK operates with the core value that food absolutely tastes better when it’s made while dancing and when it’s enjoyed with those you love. So let’s turn up the music, pour a glass of wine, and get in the kitchen!
Where to Start
Here are a few of our most popular, easy, weeknight vegetarian meals and other reader-favorite recipes to check out. I love hearing about the recipes you make in your own kitchens, so please be sure to leave a comment and let me know it turns out!
- 10-Minute Whipped Ricotta – an easy, irresistible appetizer.
- Vegetable Lo Mein – quick to make with a homemade sauce.
- Broccoli Cauliflower Cheese Soup – nostalgic, comforting, and a fan favorite.
- Molly Beth’s Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookie Bars – the first FITK recipe; it has been a family favorite for decades.
- One-Pot Creamy Tomato Spinach Gnocchi – an easy dinner that is over-the-top impressive.
- Banana Carrot Muffins – you woudln’t think a muffin with veggies could be so good.
- Creamy Garlic Pasta – paired with seared scallops if you’d like, it’s like alfredo, but better.
- Vegetarian Tater Tot Hot Dish – you knew this Minnesotan had to have a hot dish recipe.
- Homemade Cheese Ravioli – once you make homemade pasta, you won’t look back!
- Grandma’s Apple Crisp – a no-oats recipe that absolutely melts in your mouth.
Interested in learning more about how Fork in the Kitchen got its start? How it has evolved over the years? Take a peek at our birthday posts:
Thank you for joining me on this journey. I hope you always make time to learn, taste, and travel, despite any forks in the road.
I currently live in Minneapolis, MN, and while my life mostly revolves around food, I also love being in nature, snuggling up with a good book, and game nights.
I’m obsessed with popcorn, garlic, and bagels. I also love to travel. My favorite way to learn about food is through travel, exploring cultures through their favorite dishes. Sharing that experience with others (that includes you!) is one of my absolute favorite things.
Questions? Concerns? Want to chat about all things food (or otherwise)?
Feel free to send me an email at email@example.com.
Let’s also connect on my favorite platform, Instagram, where I share a behind-the-scenes look at all things FITK (and a lot of puppy snuggles).
Want to work together? Awesome! Check out my client inquiry form. I look forward to hearing from you!
The Fine Print
Unless otherwise noted, all content and photography is ©2015-2023 Fork in the Kitchen. All rights reserved.
Please do not reproduce any text, recipes, or photographs without my prior written consent.
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