About PPC

Welcome to Plant Power Couple!

Here, you’ll find a wide variety of delicious, high quality vegan recipes that defy preconceived notions of plant-based food. 

Unlike other plant-based recipe sites with a sea of unattainable, overly expensive, and (frankly) bland AF recipes  – we make real recipes for real vegans *in the wild*

Like you – when we went vegan, we didn’t want to cut out all our favorite foods and flavors. We want to eat good food that just happens to be free of animal products. And while all those brightly colored smoothie bowls and rainbow salads on the health food blogs are fantastic to look at, we firmly believe a long-term switch to a vegan lifestyle means striking a good balance between fun and healthy.

Through sharing the recipes we actually make in our own kitchen, we hope to prove eating vegan doesn’t have to mean depriving yourself of exciting, delicious, and yes, DECADENT food. 

Why should you trust us? We’ve both been vegan for over 8 years! And we can’t wait to share ALL our kitchen secrets with you.

The Plant Power Couple Mission Statement

Hi! We’re Brittany + Terrence Roche (B & T for short!) We launched Plant Power Couple in 2015, excited to share our fun and creative approach to vegan cooking with others. 

Plant Power Couple provides vegan recipe and lifestyle content aimed at helping both aspiring and established plant-powered foodies fall in love with their kitchens.

Follow Along

  1. Email list – If you want to be the first to know about any and all our vegan recipes, our email list is the place to be! Click here to sign up and get a free vegan chicken recipes ebook!
  2. Pinterest – Following us on Pinterest makes it easy for you to save new and seasonal recipes you want to make later. We also post step by step recipe tutorials and videos!
  3. Instagram – Follow @theplantpowercouple on Instagram to see behind-the-scenes looks at upcoming recipes and cooking tutorials!

Our Top Reader-Tested Vegan Recipes

  1. Life-Changing Chicken(less) Bouillon Powder – If you’re just getting started, this is the first recipe I would make…followed by the vegan chicken noodle soup we make with it! This one recipe will level-up your whole cooking game.
  2. Copycat Red Robin SeasoningMake this, put it on some potato wedges and serve it next to our vegan burgers.
  3. Air Fryer Pita Chips The easiest way to make pita chips! Serve them with our vegan feta dip or one of our many hummus recipes like extra garlic hummus, spicy garlic hummus, or dill pickle hummus!

One more thing: We appreciate you for being here and would love to hear from you!

You can always send us a note at [email protected] with any questions, recipe requests, or concerns. We love chatting with all of you!

Now go get cooking with one of these delicious vegan recipes + be sure to follow us on our other social platforms.

PS – Want to take your plant-based cooking to the next level? Check out our digital vegan food magazine!

16 thoughts on “About PPC

  1. Hi there!! It's Katie Rolston (now Lopez) from Truman. I am a vegetarian, never will be a vegan because I just can't seem to give up honey 100%, and butter. : ( I am however, very interested in gearing my vegetarian lifestyle to a more plant-based, nutrient dense diet, instead of just, no -meat. I went to an alternative culinary school in Berkeley, so you would think it would be easy but.........not so much. I am excited to follow your blog!!! Good luck guys!!!!
  2. Brittany and Terrence it was great chatting with you both at the Quakertown Autumn Fest. It's really great to meet wonderful and friendly plant base people like yourselves. Can't wait to try the bac'n salt on my recipes. A reletivly new Plant based couple from Quakertown... Jen and Mike
  3. OMG! My husband and I had experienced the Champagne Cheese Cake this past Valentines day. It was awesome!!! And so easy to make. We had it with a bottle of champagne, as suggested by Brittany. Thanks Plant Power Couple for making our evening more delicious! Susan K.
  4. Your Chicken Par is the best ever! My husband was totally fooled.. Now I want to try your carrot (hot)dogs . Thanks for doing all the ground work. I have been a vegan for eleven years (your dish is the #1 of all time) ...my husband is a meat eater. All the best to you both M.G.Frances
    1. Ahh I LOVE that your husband was fooled; those are my favorite stories to hear! And thank you so much for your kind words. It really warms my heart to know how much you're enjoying our recipes. Please let me know if you ever have a recipe request!
  5. You guys have made some great recipes! Love the creamy vegan broccoli pasta! You should get on TikTok!
  6. Just have to let you know....love your recipes. Your Chicken(less) Bouillon Mix has been a staple ever since I discovered it. Tonight I was feeling lazy so thought...hmmm Marinated some pressed tofu in the Bouillon mix for a few hours, pan fried and ate with some leftover veggies & salad. So simple, so delicious!!!! Thank you!
  7. I just discovered my little jar of Marmite in my pantry and thought it would make a great seasoning in the rehydration water for the soy curls. Have you ever worked with this nutrient-dense product? If so, how much of it should I add to the 2 cups of hot water? Thanks for your help! Sue Speck
    1. Hi, Sue! We haven't used it, but I feel like it would be a great starter for a beefy soy curl recipe. You'll have to let us know if you try it out. Hope you have a great day!
  8. Hi! I'm so happy I found your site. Your "chicken" bouillon recipe is a tofu game changer, as well as learning to freeze my tofu. Who knew?! Love your recipes, and lean towards good comfort food as well. Your recipes have a lot of flavor. I'm excited to make the one pot rice and beans recipe, it was one of my first vegetarian meals and I never thought of cooking them together. :) Happy Eating
    1. Thank you SO much, Mary! We do love a good comfort food dish around here, lol. I hope you really enjoy the rice and beans. It's one of my personal favorites. I'd love top hear what you think when you try it. Thanks again!

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