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Ginger has so many health benefits, including antioxidant affects and boosting immunity. Check out these 15 creative recipes using ginger!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Ginger Archives!

1. Raw Turmeric Ginger Smoothie

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All of these amazing healthful ingredients combined are simple enough, yet they make this healthy anti-inflammatory aw Turmeric Ginger Smoothie by Marina Yanay-Triner taste just like bubblegum. You will love it.

2. Sweet Potato Ginger Soup 

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If you like sweet potatoes or sweet-tasting foods in general, you will love this Sweet Potato Ginger Soup by Mitra Shirmohammadi. Fresh ginger root is another key ingredient that elevates the flavor profile by adding that zing!

3. Ginger Cookies

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These Ginger Cookies by Clara MacLeod are chewy and spicy, and go along perfectly with your favorite hot drink!

4. Raw Ginger Energy Bites

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These Raw Ginger Energy Bites by Koko Brill provide the perfect burst of energy and flavor to wake you up pre- and post-workout or from the dreaded 3 p.m. slump. They’re packed full of nutrients from almonds, cashews, chia seeds, and the star of the whole recipe- the powerhouse anti-inflammatory agent, ginger. Roll these into the perfect bite size for a quick snack on the go that provides a lot of punch. Sweetened only with dates, you’re going to love this raw, vegan snack. When you need something quick, healthy, and delicious, raw ginger energy balls are the way to go!

5. 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles

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If you’re looking for a quick 15-minute dinner tonight look no further! These 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles by Jess Hoffman will be your new favorite go-to dish. These sesame ginger noodles are bursting with bold ginger flavor and loaded with veggie goodness from the bok choy. If you don’t have any boy choy available, you can feel free to use broccoli or even any other green vegetable you have in your refrigerator.

6. Ginger Tofu

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This Ginger Tofu by Sarah Jansala is perfect for those who love the flavor and heat of ginger, or khing in Thai. This classic quick and simple recipe is influenced by Chinese food. This dish is a comforting, fragrant dish that is healthy and easy to make, it features a unique garlic-mushroom sauce.

7. Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic

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The flu is hitting & hitting hard. This Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic by Robin Runner was made in hopes to give than extra immunity boost. Knock on wood, it’s working! Heads up; this tonic is strong. Be prepared, but it’s packed with vital nutrients and vitamins to keep your immunity in tip-top shape. Pair that up with washing your hands every second you get, and hopefully, we all survive this winter.

8. Creamy Ginger-Coconut Kale Zucchini Spaghetti

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If eating healthier is one of your goals, then you’re in luck today.  Nothing screams healthier than a green pasta! It’s made of immune-boosting superfoods, such as ginger, coconut, kale and garlic. It’s thickened with raw cashews and seasoned simply with salt, pepper and red pepper flakes. Give this Creamy Ginger-Coconut Kale Zucchini Spaghetti by Alissandra Maffucci a try for something healthy and delicious!

9. Raw Orange and Ginger Slice

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This deliciously creamy Raw Orange and Ginger Slice by Rosie Newton and Dikkon Sivyour is perfect for cake-lovers around the world. The simple date crust is tasty and quick to make while the cream orange topping has a silky-smooth mouth feel. This cake is the perfect way to finish a meal or can be enjoyed as a sweet snack anytime.

10. Almond Ginger Pad Thai

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11. Ginger-Citrus Tofu Powerbowl With Bok Choy and Cashews

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Zippy and fresh with a hint of crunch, this perfectly balanced plant-based meal is packed with protein and fiber. You’ll love Amy Height‘s Ginger-Citrus Tofu Powerbowl With Bok Choy and Cashews!

12. Healthy Ginger Raisin Biscuits

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These Healthy Ginger Raisin Biscuits by Hayley Canning are so easy to make, with just five ingredients needed! They are high protein, full of healthy fats, vegan, gluten free, no refined sugar and paleo! They are perfect for cosy nights in or for when you are entertaining guests. They are even healthy enough for breakfast or as a dessert.

13. Crispy Lemon Ginger Tofu With Broccoli

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This Crispy Lemon Ginger Tofu With Broccoli by Dana Sandonato is an elegant take on a stir-fry with a sauce that will blow your mind. The tofu is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside while the al dente broccoli shoots are tender and savory. Then both of these are tossed in a sticky lemon and ginger sauce that is bursting sweet floral flavors and fiery spices.

14. Tumeric Ginger Ice Cream

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This Tumeric Ginger Ice Cream by Julia Winnicki is surprisingly delicious! A well-balanced combination of ginger, turmeric and lemon zest creates this specific taste that is not overwhelming, but present. Lemon zest adds just a little subtle lemon taste that balances the ginger, and turmeric gives this ice cream nice yellow color, not to mention its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Topping it with crunchy toasted coconut flakes rounds it all up creating a great tropical healthy dessert. Definitely a must-try.

15. Gingery Yellow Rice

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This Gingery Yellow Rice from Danielle Dewar gets its bright yellow hue from turmeric which is an incredibly healthy spice to add to your diet — its an anti-inflammatory and a natural anti-histamine. Ginger and turmeric are actually related so both ingredients boast these benefits. This recipe is very allergy-friendly — its vegan, gluten free, nut free, soy free and delicious!

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer and has many side effects.

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