If you’re looking for easy & healthy vegan recipes for dinner, you’ve come to the right place.
All the vegan recipes below can be made in less than 30 minutes, and most of them use easily-available ingredients.
If you’d also like me to make a roundup of vegan recipes for breakfast, please say so in the comment section below.
All that said, let’s get started!
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Buffalo Chickpea Vegan Quesadillas
If you thought going vegan meant saying good-bye to quesadillas, you were wrong.
These are hands-down the best quesadillas I’ve ever had, vegan or not!
The only downside is you have to soak the cashews overnight, so you have to make sure you don’t forget this step.
Ingredients: raw cashews, vegan plain yogurt, nutritional yeast, vegan butter, hot sauce, yellow onion, chickpeas, scallions.
Sweet & Sour Cauliflower
OK, that’s seriously one of the best, easiest vegan recipes I’ve ever had.
I promise even non-vegan people will clean their plates.
Gluten-free with delicious, exotic Asian flavors, this Sweet & Sour Cauliflower will make anyone want to go vegan.
It is That good.
You’ll need cauliflower, corn starch, dark soy sauce, tahini, garlic, and rice vinegar.
Black Bean Avocado Wraps
For a super-balanced, vegan meal, you really can’t make anything healthier than these black bean avocado wraps.
With the perfect balance of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats, you also get all the essential nutrients and amino acids.
It’s ridiculously easy to make, with very few ingredients.
You’ll need whole wheat burrito tortillas, black beans, skinny Nacho “cheese” sauce, jalapeños, brown rice, avocados, grape tomatoes, yellow onion.
Vegan Mushroom Bourguignon
As a French person myself, I really can’t live without this typical, warm & comforting stew.
Made with mushrooms instead of beef, it’s a very good way to veganize this popular French recipe without losing any flavor.
The cherry on the cake: it’s incredibly low-calorie, containing only around 200 calories per bowl.
Ingredients: baby carrots, baby onions, chestnut & mini-portobello mushrooms, red wine, tomato paste, fresh thyme, bay leaves, and garlic.
Broccoli & Mushroom Vegan Stir-Fry
There’s nothing like a stir-fry to reveal the true flavors of vegetables.
Quick, healthy, and very satisfying, this broccoli & mushroom vegan stir-fry is best served with quinoa or brown rice.
Ingredients: broccoli, red onion, garlic, mushrooms, fresh ginger, carrot, cashews, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, sesame seeds.
Vegan Cajun Pasta
Kid-friendly and cheap, this Cajun Pasta can be made and served in 30 minutes tops.
Great for meal prep, and perfect if you’re hosting a dinner with non-vegan friends or family.
You’ll need chopped tomatoes, pasta, cajun seasoning, coconut milk, garlic, black beans, bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms.
Vegan Eggplant Lasagna
Lasagna is one of those meals you’ll miss when you go vegan.
But rest assured, this vegan Eggplant Lasagna tastes just as delicious as regular lasagna, without the meat.
Best of all, it’s budget-friendly and great for family dinners, even if your kids are picky eaters.
Ingredients: eggplants, vegan Parmesan cheese, vegan Ricotta, marinara sauce, garlic, vegan mozzarella, Italian herbs.
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