Easy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry-this easy and healthy stir fry recipe is loaded with veggies! Serve with quinoa or brown rice and you have a delicious and nutritious meal!
It is a new year and that means many of us are making resolutions. This year, I made some goals in the following areas: business/blog, personal, and family. I like setting goals because they keep me focused and motivated. I try to not to make too many so I will actually achieve them! I am all about setting realistic goals. I want to succeed:)
Healthy eating is always a popular resolution and it is on my list this year. I am trying to include more vegetables into my diet and into our family meals. I kicked off the new year by making Easy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry. I love making stir fry because it is easy, healthy, and a great way to sneak a variety of vegetables into one meal!
Caleb is usually a good eater, but vegetables are sometimes tricky. One day he will devour his veggies and the next day he will turn up his nose. Gotta love kids:) I keep trying to introduce a variety of vegetables so he can discover his favorites. I love making stir fry because he will usually eat at least one or two of the veggies I use.
For this stir fry, I used: broccoli, carrots, peppers, mushrooms, and sugar snap peas. In the winter, it is sometimes hard to find quality produce so I mixed Kroger’s frozen veggies with some fresh produce. Caleb loves the crinkle cut carrots, he calls them gold doubloons. They are treasures, just like in Jake and the Neverland Pirates:)
I added some chickpeas to the veggies for an easy boost of protein. Our stir fry was colorful and ready to go in under 30 minutes, making it a great weeknight meal.
I served our Easy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry over a bed of Kroger’s Tri-Color Quinoa. It is pretty and adds even more protein!
We started the year off right with this Easy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry. It was a hit at our dinner table so I will be making it again! I love veggie loaded meals, especially when they are super simple!
If you want more healthy recipes, check out 52 Healthy Recipes to Jumpstart 2015! There are lots of good ones!
We are working with Kroger this month to celebrate Little Victories and healthy lifestyles! Kroger is encouraging everyone to reach their New Year’s goals and celebrate Little Victories along the way. What Little Victories do you want to celebrate this year? Do you want to eat more veggies, drink more water, exercise on a regular basis, get more sleep, cook more at home, eat breakfast? Let’s celebrate lots of Little Victories this year!
You can join us by making this easy and healthy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry!
Easy Chickpea Vegetable Stir Fry
- For the Sauce:
- 2/3 cup Kroger Lite soy sauce or Tamari sauce
- 1/2 cup Kroger vegetable broth
- 1/3 cup Rice vinegar
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons garlic chile sauce
- 1 teaspoon finely grated ginger
- 2 tablespoons corn starch
- For the Stir Fry:
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 12 oz package Kroger frozen broccoli cuts
- 1 12 oz package Kroger frozen crinkle cut carrots
- 1 8 oz package fresh sliced mushrooms
- 2 cups sugar snap peas
- 1 small red pepper sliced, seeds removed
- 1 small yellow pepper sliced, seeds removed
- 1 8 oz can Kroger sliced water chestnuts
- 1 15 oz can Kroger chickpeas, rinsed and drained
- Cooked quinoa or brown rice for serving
- 1. First, make the sauce. In a medium bowl, combine soy sauce, broth, vinegar, sesame oil, brown sugar, garlic chile sauce, ginger, and corn starch. Whisk together and set aside.
- 2. In a large skillet or wok, heat the olive oil over high heat. Add the broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, peas, and peppers. Cook for 5 minutes, or until vegetables are tender, but still crisp. Stir in the water chestnuts and chickpeas. Add the sauce and cook until sauce thickens and vegetables are well coated in sauce.
- 3. Remove from heat and serve with quinoa or brown rice. Serve warm.
- Note-if you need the recipe to be gluten-free make sure you use Tamari sauce instead of soy sauce. You can also serve the stir fry with rice or noodles.
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i love incorporating veggies into meals thus way. it almost makes you forget that you are eating them!
Looks absolutely delicious, I wish I were your dinner guest the night you made this.
My goal is to eat less processed foods so this year I’m hoping to make all of our bread needs and not purchase any store bought bread…I have a loaf in the bread machine now so that’s my victory for today..
My little victories this year? Hopefully exercising more.
My little victory is to (hopefully) get more and better sleep.
I got up a little earlier to get a workout in
My little victory was getting all the Xmas decorations taken down and put away.
My goal is to add more yoga into my weekly routine!
My little victory today is making 2 loaves of pumpkin-banana bread.
I woke up early and did a bit of cooking and it was healthy stuff!
My goal is to be more organized.
LOVE stir fry- totally my go to meal. My little victory for today is already having Josh and Kaylin’s lunches and breakfasts ready to go for the first day back to the grind….pass the coffee please!
My little victory – to eat less sugar in cookies and cakes 🙂
I love dishes that incorporate tons of veggies. This looks perfect
My little victory this year will be doing everything possible to rebuild my bones and stop the progression of osteoporosis so I don’t have anymore spontaneous fractures.
I’m eating more veggies this year. I’m having your Black Bean and Quinoa Enchilada bake for dinner tonight!
I can’t wait to try this recipe! And I love shopping at Kroger!! Thank you for an opportunity to win! 🙂
We love stir fries at my house too. My kids like this type of sauce with a little sweetness from the brown sugar. Thanks for the chance to win!
Today, my little victory was getting out of bed even though I just wanted to turn over and go back to sleep. Sometimes that’s all you can ask for.
Love when there are companies willing to give away product to get us eating the right way with their help. Looking forward to making this recipe for dinner!
Shoveling the driveway will be my little victory today!
Snacking on nuts, fruits and vegetables instead of pretzels and crackers will kickstart my energy.
I got up early today to walk with friends!
I just try to snack healthier!!! No T.G.I. Fridays bacon cheddar chips either!!!
What a great idea to add chickpeas! They are my go to protein boost!
Wow what a great giveaway! Love stir fry. Hitting the treadmill hard this new year and keeping up my daily stretches and exercises. Watching the fat and extra empty calories in sodas and such. Getting with it before my 50th in May!!
My little victory so far today was to start the day with a green smoothie. Yum!
Erin, that was my victory also! I really, really just wanted to go back to sleep……
This looks so good! I’m always excited about easy recipes and this one sounds amazing! Pinned!
My victory is I got up and went to the gym
Looks so good! I would not have thought to put chickpeas in stir fry.
I love vegetables and need more dishes like this to incorporate more in my life.
Trying to lose last baby weight, complete a bible study and work on patience with my 2.5 year old : )
Always looking for easy stir fry sauces with ingredients that I have on hand. This one will work great!
I’ve slow been cutting out sugar. I threw a lot away.
got outdoors in between the rain!
My little victory starts by creating healthy meals at home, including lunch for work…even if it ended up as simple as oatmeal for lunch.
I’m heading to the gym in a bit, so that’s my small victory.
My victory for today is to get to the gym, grocery store, and the house picked up. That might take up two days worth of victories.
Little victory…have 2 lunches ready for this week as I head back to school!
Eat more veggies!
My victory for today is to get up a little earlier to do a few chores so I
I am not so crazy at the end of the day! Thanks
My victory today is that I woke up early for my first day back at work from the holidays. It’s truly the little things. 🙂
Sounds like a good stir fry that I will be doing. Kroger’s is where I do all my shopping. Thanks for doing this.
My daughter is in my lap, sick, and I’m still managing to get work done and get a healthy breakfast in for both of us.
My little victory is that I have pre-planned healthy meals for the week so I’m prepared for whatever comes along.
Making some of your healthy recipes!
My little victory is to increase the veggies my children eat every day this year.
My small victory is cutting out pop.
This looks like an excellent recipe for a law student like myself!
My little victory for today is exercising and trying to have less soda.
Can’t wait to try this! Looks delicious!
will drink more water! bottle is loaded and ready
Little victory……get up a half hour early and have some quiet time. Just me and my cup of tea before the business of the day.
Man I love a good stir fry!
Great dinner idea!! Looks great!
Just the thing to balance out the holiday excess 🙂
Getting myself up and back to work after being off since Christmas.
This looks so good and since it’s so colorful I bet my 2 year old would love it too!
My victory is to stay grounded and centered as I head back to work and school.
My little victory for the day was surviving a rough day and night with my newborn baby and still getting us ready and out the door on time this morning!
My victory, no soda. More veggies and fruit.
it’s still early here, but my small victory for the day is that I’m continuing my quest to use less artificial sweetener in my coffee and this morning cut back a little tiny teeny bit more! baby steps, but moving towards a healthier lifestyle.
The little victories add up! I’m trying to gain a little victory every day when I chose string cheese or an orange over a cookie or chocolate chips.
I’m eating more veggies and less carbs.
My little victory – signing up for the gym! I start working from home next week & this gets me out the house & it’s on the way to my son’s daycare 🙂
my goal is to read the bible in the mroning and having quiet time.
Drink more water!!
As always, looks delicious!
be more active.
My victory for today is bringing my elderly mom to her hair appointment, grocery shopping & to the bank.
I got up on time. For the first day back from the holidays, that is a victory.
My focus is going to be gaining victories in the more sleep category and the drink more water category. All it’s going to take is baby steps!
My little victory is crossing off every check on my to-do list!
An older lady hit my car on the way home yesterday, so my little victory is that nobody was hurt. My car sustained some dents and damages, but thankfully I wasn’t injured (and neither was the little old lady).
I am going to try and cut out sugar and grains as much as possible and hope this will be a victory for me!
My little victory for today was just making it to work! It’s been two weeks since I did any real work and it’s tough to push yourself back into the grind. Now I need more coffee! Lol.
Getting up earlier!
My little victory was getting my son back to school on time.
My goal this year is to continue on my mission to cut out processed food for my family and for all of us to eat more veggies!
Get back to being more disciplined about my eating!
Wow, looks yummy!
I assembled all of the ingredients needed for dinner this morning, so that I just need to heat them (aka cook) tonight. Easy dinner >>> takeout!
My little victory for today: bundling up and going for my two mile walk despite the cold temps and howling winds!
Victory today is to get the kids lunches packed and off to school on time!
Back to work after nearly 2 weeks off! Today’s goal: walk my dog 30 minutes longer than usual, and NO eating after dinner. (That last part is never easy….)
My little victory is to incorporate healthier breakfasts into my routine.
Looks beautiful! I also love Kroger frozen items, they are so convenient! I will definitely be making this! Yum!
My little victory today was getting my car door locks unfrozen after 20 minutes of trying in 17 degrees of irritation so I could get my son to school on time lol
Make it to the gym four mornings a week- off to a good start today!
Making and enjoying recipes
like this one will help keep me healthy this year!
Trying to stay positive and say/think nothing negative for just a day..it’s actually tough, we quickly forget how good we have it in our luxurious daily lives. So my little victory is being grateful, one day at a time.
My little victory was to go ahead and make soup to eat for the rest of the week. My husband and I are both trying to eat less to-go foods during out lunches and making a large batch of soup is always a win!
I love starting the day off right with a healthy breakfast.
Stir fry is one of my go to meals. Easy and packed full of veggies. Can’t wait to give this version a try!
I exercised even though it was a rough night. My goal is to get some exercise in 6 days a week – no excuses. Even if it’s just for 30 min.
Had a better breakfast – yogurt instead of a bagel!
Cutting my caffine.
My little victory today was getting my kids to the school bus on time on our first day back after break!
Eating more fruits and veggies…and less junk 🙂
Our little victory is eating salads w veggies for lunch and dinners 450 calories or less!
I LOVE healthy foods and feel so badly that I don’t make more of an effort to eat better, especially yummy, beautiful vegetables. No excuses, I vow to eat better this year. Thank you for the chance to win this unbelievable giveaway. I teared up when I saw the prizes.
It’s freezing but I got out of bed anyway!
I could live on veggies alone.
My planned little victory will be to get more sleep each night.
Eat more fruit & veggies.
Great way to start the new year! Today is clean up after our last family guests leave. Clean out the refrigerator and candy tins!
A couple of days ago I made a sweet potato pizza and my son said, “hey this isn’t so bad!” He is not a fan of sweet potatoes, but t he ate it! I’m hoping for another victory your above stir fry recipe. I have another daughter who is not found of many veggies but likes chickpeas! Fingers crossed!
This stir fry is calling my name! Pretty and healthy! Pinned
My little victory today was making a smoothie for breakfast, and already drinking water. I also only had 1 cup of coffee today. Yay for little victories!
This is awesome. I love doing stir fry when I have extra vegetables. It makes for a quick and easy dinner for the entire family.
My victory this morning is having it go smoothly despite it being my husband’s first day back at work after the holidays!
I want to exercise more this year! My little victory today is walking in very cold weather this morning.
I made it to work on a Monday morning after a holiday week! C’mon!
I got up when the alarm went off instead of hitting the snooze button (several) times.
Little victories…make more time for my health.
My victory for today was that I had enough time to make a lunch to bring in to work! Healthier and cheaper than buying out!
My biggest little victory is drinking more water, starting first thing in the morning.
Little victory- worked out 3 days in a row!
My little victory is having the shopping list prepared for this great recipe!
My goal for 2015 is to eat healthier, so I can get fit and trim. My eldest daughter is getting married this october and I want to look great for her wedding. <3
this look like a perfect easy healthy weeknight dinner!
My biggest little victory was organizing all the recipes I’ve printed out lately into a categorized binder. Feels good. Now I can plan more healthy meals for my family and find what I’m looking for!
My victory today is getting a morning workout in!
I made a healthy menu for this week and went shopping and stuck to the list.
My little victory is getting ahead on my reading before classes even start!
Love this way of getting veggies on the plate!!
This looks amazing. I love chickpeas always but never considered putting them in a stir fry.
I lost 16 lbs over the past couple of months and am committing to eat more vegetables and cut out sugar as much as possible. This recipe is one I will try as my family really likes stir fry.
My little victory for today is keeping a positive attitude despite the fact that it’s snowing.
This looks delicious and easy!!
I’m trying to make working out over lunch a habit!
My Little Victory this year will be incorporating more movement into my life. I sit too much!
i gave up coffee. and today i’m feeling pretty normal.
The stir fry looks wonderful; I think I know what those mushrooms in the fridge will be used for!
I always make too many resolutions to keep, but hey! I get some of them done… My big ones involve paying off large chunks of student loans and saving up for a house. Vegetables are good too though.
looks like a great recipe – will be giving it a try soon
My little victory is cutting out processed foods and eating clean.
My little victory is focusing on eating a healthy breakfast each morning to start my day off right.
My little victory today is to start back with my morning smoothies!
So easy – I used less soy ( keeping lower sodium) and added some sliced garlic and scallions – delish!
the stir fry looks delicious. My small victory is having healthy lunch prepared (tilapia and broccoli)
A little victory- finding this blog post! I LOVE stir-fry.
I started my day with a quick workout and filled my lunch with vegetables!
I’m hoping for many little victories this year, such as a regular sleeping schedule, an exercise routine, and perfecting new recipes!
Drink more water! I started today bringing it to work so no excuses if I get busy and dont make it to the water cooler because there are 2 litres at my desk!
my little victory for today -I got the kids up and out the door on time.
I’m gonna exercise today!:)
My little victory is making a short list and already crossing one thing off…cleaning the kitchen!
my goal is to eat more beans and veggies, this recipe is prefect!! 🙂
Read more books and watch less TV.
My little victory this year is maintaining a healthy pregnancy. Combination of eating nutritiously, drinking more water, and exercising!
My little victory is actually remembering my work badge this morning – it’s been a long break haha!
Made it to the gym this morning and to work ON TIME. That is a big victory for me.
I’m not much of a cook, and by much, I mean at all (my husband is the cook in our house) but this recipe looks super easy and super tasty… and a great way to get more veggies into my toddler, who is the same way about loving them one day and turning his nose up the next. Definitely going to give this one a try!
gym more and more veggies
Healthy breakfast and Pure Barre class completed!
My victory: I woke up earlier than necessary!
My victory is getting to work on time in very cold Detroit area weather!
My victory today was making it to work on time after a two week vacation!
My little victory today? I am clearing my slate of things that aren’t good for me and I started today.
Getting up early for a workout before my 8am class!
I actually got two soups made and other good snacks prepped yesterday. My goal is to eat more veggies so I will try this. Thanks!
My little victory for the day was got up before 10 a.m.
My little victory…getting up early and exercising when my body is saying,” no, stay in bed and sleep.”
Looks delish! Cant wait to try!
I woke up this morning is a victory to me.
I love stirfries! Never would have thought to incorporate the chickpeas! I will be making this very soon.
Having dinner planned and Christmas decorations put away.
My ‘little victory’ for today, and hopefully the year ahead, is to prepare healthy snacks (like roasted chickpeas!) in advance, in order to avoid the temptation of anything sugary or ‘chocolate-covered’.
Looks great! Plan to try it this week.
Sounds very yummy! Definite must try!
My little victory will be to eat more green leafy veggies each week in the new year. And to cook new veggies I haven’t tried before!
Happy New Year! I love making resolutions that let me make changes gradually — those are the changes that stick (for me)!
Little victory…organized with my meal planning this week 🙂
My little victory for today so far is getting my brakes done…it’s still early!
My little victory for today is to enjoy a breakfast of toasted home-made bread made with non-bromated flour topped with sliced avocado sprinkled with Celtic Sea Salt and fresh free-range eggs cooked in butter made from the milk of grass-fed cows.
Yum, I love chick peas, and this looks like a fantastic way to use them!
I strapped on my vivofit first thing when I awoke and promptly went to the kitchen and disposed of leftover Christmas cookies, freezing those that were too hard to discard and getting them away from view.
My little victory today is being fully ready for my first full week back to work this new year, through pre-making lunches, getting outfits lined up, etc.
My husband & I are starting meatless Mondays, using more grains in our diet (like quinoa).
I am going to try planning my weekly menus once again.
I am going to start planning my menus again.
Made it to early morning prayer at 6am. Victory and great way to start my day! Laurie
I hope to be more consistent with working out!
This looks delish! And perfect for prepping in advance for a week night meal.
I woke up feeling energized and ready for the day.
I would like to exercise more
My little victory is today I started a cleanse! So excited to see how I feel
Add more veggies to weekly meals.
I am still attaining victory in the new year because I am still on track with my resolutions! I normally don’t make them..but, this year I did..already had my protein shake and walked and now continuing with paper work and closet cleaning.
getting everyone up, ready for school, and out the door on time after a 2 week break was my victory today!!
Running at least 3 times a week!
We have been eating more vegetable and losing more weight…
Stir fry is a brilliant way to get kids into veggies!! I’m going to keep this trick up my sleeve for the next time I hang out with my little bro. So smart!
We’ve been trying to get to bed earlier and drink more water. I’ve been doing great on the water thing and my husband has been better on the sleeping thing. Together we make a great team.
My victories are staying on goal and eating healthy for 2015
Ack – forgot my little victory. It sounds pathetic, but getting out of bed this morning was my victory. It’s gonna be a rough week… haha
I started a dietbet and am planning to lose 10% of my body weight in 6 months.
Making lifestyle changes for lasting results
My small victory is taking a walk everyday
Awesome giveaway! My little victory is eating healthy today.
My victory for the day is this is the first day in 4 days that I’ve woken up without a migraine! I will eat lots of veggies and take good care of my recovering body today.
Dried fruits and nuts for snacking
Go to bed earlier!
My victory for today is skipping coffee (gasp!). Trying to minimize caffeine in 2015.
i would add a generous sprinkle of sriracha on top of that.. for that extra kick!
Trying to cut out refined sugar, one day at a time
My victory for today is to balance the checkbook….been putting it off….
I am a goal maker – and so I love new year’s resolutions (no shame!) and so far I’ve done pretty good with mine! Feeling motivated and on track – I count that as a victory.
My victory for the day will be going to a yoga class
My Little victory this year will be cutting down on salt and sugar so I can get healthier. My husband and I want to try for another baby this year so I need to be in top shape 🙂
Today’s victory is starting off the week with a fridge full of healthy whole food options. Breakfast was a simple egg and kale omelet with a side of coffee. I cut out sugar in my coffee about a year ago and have never looked back.
My little victory was getting my kids back on their bedtime routine after the holidays!
Eating more fruits in the morning!
I woke up and made it back to work after 2 week of vacation! Now hoping that victory extends to my making it through the rest of the week… lol.
My goal is to make more time for myself
Yum! Can’t wait to try this! One things my kids dislike about veggies is when they are cooked, but they don’t mind then stir fried and lightly cooked!
I’m a vegetarian so this recipe looks delicious and I can’t wait to try it!!!
Love veggies! Adding this to my “try ASAP” list!
I’m cutting sugar out of my diet,it’s hard since I love candy,so I’ve been resisting the holiday sweets in the house and I’m sticking with it so far.
My newborn only got up 2x last night! That’s a huge victory.
I am halfway through Day 1 of the Beachbody 3 Day Refresh. It’s been a long day!
My little victory is taking care to NOT purchase treats so my house doesn’t have tempting items that will wreck my diet. Usually I do this by eating before I shop and focusing on veggies. (Nutella is the worst item for me, oddly enough. My husband has to hide his jar.)
As a side note, I have not tried quinoa, and this is very tempting…
Love the gluten-free recipe! Keep those coming! 🙂
This looks amazing
I’m always looking for quick, delicious, healthy dinners…this one looks like a winner!!
One of my goals for this year is more intentional living- better meal planning, better cleaning and organization for my home, and budgeting better. Today, I used my extra 15 minutes in the morning to clean my kitchen and it really made a big difference! Here’s to celebrating all of life’s little victories!
I made it to yoga on time!
My victory is that I was able to do laundry, run to the post office, and grocery shop, all before 10am when I came home to put my little girl down for a nap. Now it’s a bit of me time 🙂
Eating more veggies and making it to the gym!
The hubs and I are working in refinishing our cabinets!!
Headed to the gym 🙂
One of the things I plan to do is eat more vegetables – recipes like this make it easy! Looks yummy!
That stirfry looks delish! Drinking more water and eat less sweets.
My little victory today, green smoothie for breakfast!
I started out today with a smoothie, makes the day ahead much better!
I went to yoga over lunch and ate the healthy lunch I brought instead of buying something at the café.
Oh this would be amazing!! Such a fun giveaway!
Absolutely love the rainbow color of stir fry, it just make me happy to eat.
Having more time to be still and pray
I love to substitute honey sometimes for sugar in some recipes.
Can’t wait to try this stir fry recipe
I made and attended some appointments that I’ve been putting off.
My little victory: learn to de-stress more successfully. Not to let work get to me too much.
My little victory for today was checking out CDs at the library…I can’t wait to add a ton of songs to my workout playlists!
I’m going to try to stop buying the flavor of the month cupcakes at the bakery by my house. So delicious, but no self control!
That stir-fry looks amazing! Would love to win something in the giveaway.
This looks amazing!
My little victory was surviving my kids well visits with minimal tears!
Getting out of bed and to work on time at 39 weeks pregnant and after a two week vacation!!
Looks yummy. Perfect way to get more veggies in.
My Little Victories for today eating less sugar and drinking more H2O!
My victory is cleaning the house!!!
My little victory for today is feeling better than I did yesterday ! ( I have the flu )
My victory is starting the new year drinking more water and serving healthier, lighter meals to my family.
My goal this year is to drink more water .
Eat healthy for my unborn child
I will concentrate on eating healthier lunches.
I got my daughter off to school, my son dropped off at daycare and still got to work 5 minutes early!
My little victory for today, was getting all three kids up, getting a load of laundry into the washer, and getting them all fed breakfast in a timely manner. I’m hoping to have another little victory tonight when I try a new recipe (chicken schnitzel with noodles). I have some picky eaters so I am hoping this recipe will win them over and I can add it into our meal rotation.
My little victory was that I completed my workout earlier today so I could enjoy the rest of my day, instead of spending it anticipating my workout.
Little victory = making it to the office after a workout instead of just going home to go back to sleep!
Looks great! I never considered using frozen mixed with fresh veggies for stir fry–do you let the frozen ones thaw first?
I went to the gym in -25 windchill!! YAY, big victory
My victory is starting my day with a good breakfast!
This looks wonderful!!
Drink more water! I try to remember but with a 3yo, 2yo and 3mo I csnt remember anything!
Looks like every wonderful vegetable you could want and enjoy is here.
My little victory was planning out some goals for the year!
My goal is to eat less sugar
Started the week with a clean house. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
I made it to work on time after a long holiday weekend! 🙂
Today I completed day 1 of the Bikini Body Mommy Challenge 3.0. Hooray for new workouts in the new year!
I have resisted eating the chocolate in my pantry today. Small victory.
I had a salad for lunch and exercised this morning!
I ate a healthy breakfast!
My little victories were eating oatmeal with chia seed for my first healthy work breakfast of the year. Topped with some almond milk it was filling and delish. My 2nd victory was clicking on the chickpea recipe. Sounds wonderful and easy to make. Thanks
Getting to the gym and beginning to eat (a little) healthier!
I cleaned my entire house during lunch – through it really wasn’t that messy.
My victory today is that I finally feel good today. I had enough sleep, ate good for me foods, and moved my body in class. Yea for me!
My little victory is getting farther ahead in work than I thought would happen for the first working day of the new year!
All of the above…eating right, drinking more water, exercising with my kids…my little victory today was parking way out in the parking lot and walking the long way to my office.
I began P90X today
My little victory for today was to make a healthy lunch for a monday!
My little victory today was getting a nap in with my 8m old while my 5yo was at school. My youngest has been teething, going thru a growth spurt and nursing a ton and we both needed the nap today!
Goal: kicking the diet soda habit!
I started a new exercise program and I’m feeling sore, but also hopeful!
My victory for today will be to make this for dinner! I already went to the gym. My goal is to get the gym out of the way early rather than put it off and next thing you know the day is gone and you haven’t gone.
drink more water!
My victory today was starting back up my healthy living/eating routine that fell apart in 2014. I am back on track and so excited to feel better and excited for a better year!
walked 1 1/2 miles this morning. Would love to win1
my victories came during the weekend – took down Christmas decorations and did a couple crafts to decorate the house for Valentine’s Day
To cook more and eat out less.
We want to eat more veggies this year, too!
To exercise more.
My little victory is enjoy the simple things in life more!!!
Walking more, little victories!!
This sounds awesome! Anything that includes quinoa and/or chickpeas, I’m in!
Sneaking veggies in smoothies that the wholamily can benefit from.
My little victory is more dog walks!
My victory was getting three loads of laundry done and the Christmas decorations taken down.
I’m so obsessed with your blog! Thank you for posting such great recipes for us to try at home.
started the school year with a snow day!
I love this idea! My little victory today was eating vegan throughout the day, so I can enjoy a very non-vegan dinner with my new husband 🙂
I bundled up and walked today in spite of a temp of 4 degrees.
My little victory was getting my workout in first thing this morning!
My goal is to eat more greens this year and my goal for my boys is to expand their palates.
I just moved into a new condo – my goal for the year is to enjoy my new big kitchen making healthy meals.
I made 5 meals for the week in one day!
making a veggie and farro filled soup!
Finished a 5k 1 minute faster than yesterday!
successfully waking up to my alarm and getting out of bed on time!
My little victory for the day was going to the bank, grocery shopping, making a hair appt, and starting dinner…all on my lunch break!
I’ve been cutting back on sugar…
Mmmm…love this Stir-Fry! Looks delish! 🙂 I’d love to start getting more sleep on a regular basis! That would be a GREAT victory!
What a gorgeous dish and a very yummy way to add more goodness to my diet!
I got a lot of work caught up at work today.
Little victory for the day – all of the dishes are clean for the first time in weeks!
I survived my first day as a 3rd and 4th grade teacher!
Had a healthy breakfast instead of easy & fast premade food!
Lots of veggies for dinner!
My little victory was incorporating more vegetables into my day!
Started back eating healthy after over eating during the holidays.
I survived a stressful day at work when I felt awful all day.
Eating more veggies!
My little victory today is making a vegetable quiche packed with tasty veggies and everyone loved it. No leftovers!
I made dinner in under an hour and made myself free time for pinterest 🙂 Victory!!
Pass up the sugar and eat more veggies! So far so good for today! Yea!!
I drink more water today
Making it to work by 7:15 am every day last week so that I have time to exercise after work!
My little victory today is that I managed to get dinner on the table after going back to work after a wonderful 2-week holiday break.
Today’s victory is that I ate out and still managed to stay under my calorie goal for the day!
I never thought to add chickpeas to stir fry. What a great idea!
my sandwich for lunch had spinach on it.
I got all of my laundry done!
I started a Tabata Boot Camp class today. Little victory!
My little victory was making a few dinners ahead of time for the week.
I drank a lot of water and ate a good amount of vegetables
I love stir fry. My victory today is happening in 10mins..going to work on my kettlebell routine
Making dinner from scratch…a double batch so we can cook once and eat multiple times!
I spent more time with my daughter.
Working on eating better to get my cholesterol numbers down. I’ll have to look at more of your veggie recipes and close my eyes at the cookie recipes!
I worked out today!
Little Victory…walking more!
I love Kroger and KitchenAid!! And can’t wait to try this stir-fry. I definitely need to add more veggies during the winter months.
My goal is to spend more time with the people I love WITHOUT technology.
Thanks for sharing this healthy and delicious recipe. It contains many essential elements such as protein, vitamins and minerals. This perfect dish is what I am looking for. I will cook it to give my family surprise and like to share with my friends.
Eat less fast food.
I’m trying to drink more water.
My little victories would be to continue eating less if any added white sugar, and more veggies overall.
I stuck to my fitness goals.
I still endure the cold weather to walk my pup!
I had a salad for lunch and have ingredients to do another tomorrow!
Have been busy working, but this chickpea recipe looks delish!
My little victory was to get most of our Christmas presents put away after returning from holiday travels.
I drank all my water for the day! Little victory 🙂
To be more mindful and less anxious…
I made it through my entire yoga sculpt class without having to take a break in child’s pose!
I <3 chickpeas + hooray for veggies!
Such a wonderfully healthy meal!
Such beautiful colors
My mini goal was that I worked out today.
I ate healthy today & packed a lot of veggies for my lunch tomorrow. Trying
I started on a new team at my job today…it felt like a victory to me.
After returning home from three weeks in Spain, I’ve managed to come up with dinners for the entire week that don’t revolve around bread or cheese – a welcome break from several weeks of enjoying much of both!
I got my healthy lunch allare in advance to take to work!
Walked the kids to the bus stop and took the loooong way home…it’s about 1.5mi out of the way! Awesome little victory.
I love how you combine frozen and fresh vegetables, as we all live in various parts of the world and country and enjoy stir fry during all months of the year!
My victory will be if I can get my newborn to sleep through the night soon. 😀 But something I have more control over–getting more veggies and less sugar into my diet.
Cleaned my bathrooms!
Little victory-Got to the grocery store, bought for husband’s lunches for the next 3 days, making spaghetti and salad for dinner!
My little victories today were setting up reminders for paying bills, and making a workout plan to use with my treadmill.
Two little victories – I’ve been out to dinner twice in four days (work related) and passed on dessert both times!
My victory for the day is getting pictures printed that I’ve been meaning to sort through since the summer!
My two friends and I started an 8 week fitness challenge. I am very excited about this!
In early December (jumpstarting the new year!) I got my first gym membership. I only have 15lbs to lose, but it’s still a struggle to find motivation. Thanks for sharing healthy recipes to help in that respect as well!
My little victory was making my favourite dish for dinner: a veggie-ful ratatouille!
I got up worked out this morning! It’s always a battle after a long break from AM workouts.
My little victory was making a “get ready checklist” for my son this morning and he completed all of it within 10 minutes without me having to repeat anything…it was a very peaceful morning! We had time to tell jokes and a read a book too.
My little victory is just to eat healthier. By that I mean eat breakfast, snack on something healthy instead of junk food, etc.
I just made this last night for dinner sans mushrooms and it was a great dinner. So variable too. Always important. Thanks!
I skipped the drive thru this morning even though I really didn’t want homemade granola. 🙂
After the New Year got off to a rough start, I was feeling pretty discouraged about my resolutions. Today I feel a lot more optimistic and ready to conquer those goals, and the first place I came to get started was to my favorite food blog!
I’m so excited as a vegetarian to see for vegan/vegetarian meals on your blog!! Thanks!!
I made overnight steel cut oats last night so I had a quick and easy healthy breakfast this morning.
drink more water! a gallon a day
MOVE – walk more, cycle more, more yoga…..just get moving! eating healthier would be a nice addition also.
What a colorful dish! I always make the goal of eating more healthy 🙂
I love Two Peas and their Pod!
My little victory is finished a few blog posts for next week!
A chickpea stir-fry is such a good idea! I’ll need to try it soon 🙂
I love chick peas and would never have thought about adding them to a stir fry! Love the idea!
Bring lunch to work at least 2 days a week, exercise for 1 hour at least 4 days a week even if it is just a brisk walk through the city, and order less pizza after an evening of drinking.
My little victory was eating healthy and making it to the gym!
My victory will be to keep up my gym visits despite my workload!
I really love all your vegetarian recipes!
My little victory was doing some jumping jacks
My little victory today is waking up feeling exhausted and not wanting to go to work, but arriving and choosing to make the day positive and turn it around!
Heading out for a six mile walk!
My little victory is getting through the work day with short staff and taking care of the family and pets at home with my husband out of town.
My little victory for today is that I got an old bill paid off. One of the last in 15 years of trying to climb out from under medical debt. So that is a victory indeed! This stir-fry looks great; I recently bought a small wok and am eager to try it out.
Easy and healthy meals for after work. My victory is I already have several home cooked meals waiting in the freezer!
Shoveling my driveway & playing in the snow with my pups will be my little victory today! Yay snow! :O)
Little victory of the first week of the new year – kept up my exercise routine!
Small victory would probably be taking down all my Christmas Decorations, so sad 🙁
Thank you for a veggie stir fry recipe with LOTS of variety (and bonus – no hoisin sauce!!)
We tried your gf pb banana cookies – delish and nutritious!
My little victory is staying healthy over the holidays by eating right!
My little victory today was coming back to work! Bigger goals are eating less sweets and keeping the house cleaner.
Came to work in the snow – and instead of complaining, I ate a few snowflakes on the way!
can’t wait to try this recipe!
OMG…this stir fry looks AWESOME. I am totally making this. I take it it freezes well?
I definitely want to be more intentional with working out. Not just when it’s convenient. Also I have found it difficult to keep up on drinking enough water. So it’s my goal to stay on top of that. I believe t is fundamental for good health.
I had three different veggies with breakfast!
My little victory for today is starting my family off with fresh smoothies this morning.
My victories involve getting more rest (basically going to be earlier!) and keeping my editorial calendar up to date and organized.
eat less sugar
eat less carbs
my little victory for today was i ate my servings of fruits and veggies for the day…
My little victory was going on a job interview today for a full time possition
Cannot wait to make this easy recipe my 14 month old will also enjoy!
This looks delicious! Can’t wait to get started on making more of your recipes in 2015!
My little victory was hitting my 10,000 steps!
Drinking more water
doing more of what I want, instead of what other people want me to do
We got several inches of morning rush-hour snow today. My “little victory” was making it to work without breaking my neck!
Clean foods are great. I shop at Kroger all the time.
Clean food is great. I shop at Kroger all the time.
Looking forward to trying this recipe.
This recipe looks GREAT! Delicious and healthy, great for a new year!
My victory for the day was actually getting up and doing yoga before work and getting all the stuff (mostly) done at work that I needed to!
Great post! I will have to try the tri-colored quinoa
I made a gorgeous salad with roasted vegetables and avocado today, lovely!
I made it to the end of the day, and after the day I had that is a HUGE victory!
My little victory is drinking more water each day. So far, I’ve been successful in 2015!
Drink more water and continue to not have processed food as much as possible. Thanks for the giveaway.
Eat more natural foods!.. like this dish!
Wow looks amazing!
Can’t wait to make this!
Start eating more kale and dark leafy greens.
Love this recipe! So simple and yet so yummy!
getting out of bed on tine
My little victory is I got to work on time for the first time in months! 🙂
My little victory: venturing out in the cold today to go for a run.
Looking forward trying this stir fry!
This looks amazing! My goal is to keep up with my exercising and eat healthier!
my victory for today – actually making it to the gym and getting laundry done!
My daily victory is packing snacks for road trips and ice down plenty of water. Keeps me in check!!!
Love the recipe!!! I will try it as soon as i get home
Working out more regularly!
Walking instead of transit
My little victory is getting my teething baby to sleep so I can get some much needed rest.
I got my daughter ready and to school on time with her class snack!
I have also resolved to eat healthier this year. This stir-fry looks like a great easy dinner or a perfect lunch on the go!
Drink Less coffee, start drinking tea. No SUGAR!!
I drank more water!
hi, my goal was to get rid of dangerous ice outside & finally warmed up enough to do just that, yea!
At this very moment, there is no laundry to do! With three boys that is very rare in this house and will only last until they get home from school! lol
My little victory will be drinking 60oz of water / day 🙂
My victory today was getting up early to actually eat a healthy breakfast!!
I like to add chickpeas to green and pasta salads. I also add them to a variety of canned soups to bulk them up a bit.
My victory for today is I managed to eat healthy, as well as feed my family healthy foods!
I made penne pasta and meatballs in marinara sauce from scratch…and everyone ate it!
Got my healthy lunch packed and my kitchen cleaned up!
I started juicing
My goal is to add more yoga into each week.
Put a more balanced meal on the table.
I am going to read my Bible every morning for my little victory
My little victories will be to hopefully keep on top of everything this new year.
Completing some house cleaning. Its a necessary evil.
Today’s little victory is getting all the chores done before noon! 🙂
Just ran 2 miles
already ran our errands and went grocery shopping for the week. thanks for the giveaway!
I quilted the quilt I’ve been putting off for weeks.
My little victory is to make/accomplish making french macaroons this year 🙂
I love the idea of adding chickpeas to the stir fry.
It’s too early in the year for little victories, our schedule is still getting back to normal, but the first will be soon as I start up again with my daily walks
I’ve managed to get my bathrooms cleaned and laundry done before the weekend ends. 🙂
My little victory is eating more veggies today. Yay
I want to continue on my weight loss this year.
My MIL is living with us and I didn’t lose my temper today:)
Love the idea of chickpeas in stir fry! My little victory- no refined sugar!
Eat more fruits would be my little victory!
Got up with the alarm clock — before the kids!
My little victory was not allowing my anger to get the best of me
My victory is to keep my kitchen clean and have dinner ready before my husband comes home…while juggling my two under two!
Drink more water!
My little victory was walking over 9 miles in the streets of Italy today…it was gorgeous and I got a little bit of exercise in the process!
my little victory for today: successfully training our new medical intern. 🙂
Today my Little Victory was waking up early and doing 10 minutes on the elliptical, then eating a bowl of oatmeal with pears. Not a big deal, but helped get my “new year” (which in many ways started today) off to a healthier start. My goal is to do this every day and eventually increase my time and my healthy eating. Too many goals at once and I fail at them all, so we’re trying little victories all year long….
my little victory for today was i drank lots of water!
I organized my kitchen today to make it easier to prepare healthy and quick dinners.
My little victory for today was getting my six year old to bed with no issues. He has a bad cold and has absolutely no interest in doing anything but laying on my lap, lol.
My goal is to lose weight.
We love shopping at our local Kroger! My little victory for the new year is to serve healthier meals and veggies and hope my daughter will start trying more veggies. I hope our little boy due this year isn’t as picky 😉
I’m trying to eat healthier, sustaining breakfasts. Today’s victory… avocado on toast. Delicious and seems to be holding. Victory!
One of my goals is to get to bed earlier!
Omg this looks such a great way to eat veggies!!! Yay for the giveaway!! Best of luck to everyone!!
My little victory today was cleaning up the house.
I love the idea of adding chickpeas for the protein boost! Stir fry is a staple at my house, but never thought to do that!
Successfully fasted for the day!
This looks delicious and easy-a winner! I actually think I have everything on hand, so now I know what I’m making for dinner….thank you! 🙂
My little victory yesterday was making my own Raspberry Chia Seed Jam and Roasted Chickpeas for those savoury snack cravings.
My birthday is Sunday, and I am already cleaning up my diet that I said would start after my bday and I’m feeling great about all the nice clean veggies and fruits we’ve been eating lately.
I got up to participate in the wonderful world of healthcare… a daily victory
My new vistory for today is I received a new job for my blog! Yeah!!! Thanks for sharing and I so want to make that veggie stirfry!
My new victory for today is I received a new job for my blog! Yeah!!! Thanks for sharing and I so want to make that veggie stirfry!
My little victory is surviving a four hour hike and feeling free to enjoy my chocolate cupcakes with cookie dough frosting.
This is delicious. So many healthy foods in one meal. I love it.
I can’t wait to try this dish.
We’re doing at least 3 veggie meals a week now! Thanks for the great recipes!
My goal is to always have food prepared at home!
My little victory for today is I got all my paperwork done before noon 🙂
My little victory is eating more fruits and veggies!!! Love your blog!
I like the inclusion of chickpeas.
Can’t wait to try this recipe…think it could be a great basic stir fry to swap out ingredients for variety!
I’m gonna eat more veggies at lunch.
I’ve eaten really well this past week
Eating Healthy with more Veggies!!!!
Figuring out how to make exercise a routine again with an 8 week old and almost 5 yr old!
I’m attempting to curve my sweet tooth at night. I swear I’m addicted to gummy bears!
My little victory is to stop snacking after 7pm.
My little victory is waking up earlier (5 am) to get my workout in.
More fruits and veggies for me!
Looks delicious, I love quick and easy stirfrys!
My little victory today is to spend more time playing with my children and less doing.
This looks wonderful! Will add it to my new list of “good-for-me” meals!
This looks so yummy, I will have to try it soon! I just got a fitbit and am trying to get my 10,000 steps in daily.
Going to vacuum and clean the bathrooms…victory!
Definitely still trying to eat healthily at 30 weeks pregnant!
My little victory for today is cutting out my in between meal snacking!
Thank you for this wonderful recipe, can barely wait to try it out.
I got up and went outside for a walk in the sunshine!
No victory today but I’ll be making one before the day this through!
Gettting my son to eat a healthy breakfast!
I’m not a chick pea fan, but I might try this with another type of bean!
Making meals ahead on weekends.
my little victory was getting up for they gym this morning! its not always easy but when I do I feel great!
You’re not kidding about the trail mix! One of my go-to snacks. My victory will be firming and toning up my body.
My little victory for the day is a new record number of steps for one day. I got a Fitbit for Christmas so I have been watching my steps and finally broke 9,500. 10,000, you’re next.
My little victory is 2 days without sugar – I need to hold on for 28 more days! Wish me luck!!
taking better care of myself
More intense exercise and more veggies.
copied– making a version if this tonight! delicious!
I managed to get the house picked up, dinner made, laundry done, schooling done for my oldest, and finished crocheting a baby doll blanket for my daughter!
Eat a salad every day
I’m winning the Kroger giveaway!
My victory today will be to make enough dinner to have leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
We have been “eating the rainbow” atleast 3 days per week and plenty of fruits and veggies every day!
I took my first yoga class!
I consider it a victory that I am able to exercise again – long time coming! Thank you Lord!
Gotta love more veggies.
Get more sleep!
My little victory is to eat less processed sugar. So far, so good this year!
This stir fry looks delicious! My husband and I are newly vegan and this dish looks like a great one to add to our repertoire. 🙂 Little victory for today was two loads of laundry, deep cleaning the kitchen and baking vegan pumpkin banana muffins to store in the freezer 😉
My little victory was sticking to a healthy super bowl menu today!
I can’t wait to make this dish. It looks delicious!
Shoveling – my little victory today!!
little victories…making it through the work day
My victory was to pack a healthy lunch the night before so I’m ready to walk out the door in the morning without just grabbing something!
My new chow mein! My husband and I both love chow mein but once I became vegetarian I knew I wasn’t going to be making it. I’ve been looking for recipes but could never find anything I thought was similar until this!!
Pretty much followed the recipe except used avocado oil, liquid aminos, coconut sugar, no ginger or chestnuts, celery instead of carrots and fresh veggies. We BOTH love it, that doesn’t happen very often!
I’ve recently tried to feed my family at least an 80% plant based diet so I’ve been searching for recipes from Two Peas …and WOW! They’re all soooo good! My husband ate three servings of this and loved every bite! I loved it too. Maria, you are a genius at making healthy, yet totally delicious food. We love your toast toppings! My husband wants me to tell you about the toast I grew up with, PB topped with fresh garden tomatoes. We love it!