Veggie Tofu Stir Fry

I don't know about you BUT I always look forward to dinner time! It's my FAVORITE meal of the day. This recipe will leave you feeling full and satisfied while all the while remaining super healthy! Do yourself a favor and make this your next dinner! 

Stir Fry:

4-6oz of extra firm tofu

1 chopped medium carrot

2 cups chopped broccoli

1/5 TBSP coconut oil

dash of salt

dash of garlic powder

dash of onion powder



2 TBSP peanut butter (no salt no sugar)

2 TBSP nutritional yeast

1 tsp fresh grated and peeled ginger root

1 TBSP coconut aminos 

2+ TBSP water


  1. In a non stick pan add coconut oil, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, carrots and broccoli.
  2. Cook on medium-high heat for about 10 minutes are until veggies begin to soften.
  3. Add all sauce ingredients, except water, to a small bowl or cup.
  4. Stir until a thick paste forms and then add in water 1 TBSP at a time until a creamy sauce consistency forms. Set aside.
  5. Add tofu to the veggies and cook for a couple more minutes until tofu is a bit golden on the edges.
  6. Plate the tofu/veggie combo, pour over the sauce, stir and enjoy! (optional: top with sesame seeds)


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I love this. It’s one of my go to lunches when I’m at home alone with my toddler.
So easy to have everything cook in my skillet. So satisfying and filling with the peanut butter and tofu. I like to also add a lot of other veggies!


Daniela- I haven’t tried this specific recipe yet, however I do have Kate’s Freedom Foods cookbook with a very similar recipe. Although Freedom Foods cookbook is all Raw recipes, I decided to cook my veggies. When I added the sauce to the hot veggies it became really really soupy. It tasted ok, but even after refrigeration it remained soupy. Tasted ok, but really wasn’t a fan of the texture. The next time I made it, I kept the veggies raw. It was insanely delicious!!! One of my absolute favorites! So, my suggestion would be to let the veggies cool a bit first before adding sauce. Not sure if you’ve already made this recipe, or played around with it. But, I just though I’d share my experience.


This sounds great! Thanks for sharing it. I’m going to make it tonight. Just one question, if I wanted to mix in the sauce with everything, in the pan (instead of just pouring it over at the end), would that do anything weird to the consistency. I’ll remove it from the heat maybe? I just prefer the sauce to be mixed in.

Thanks again!

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