Vegan food is synonymous with all types of delicious and appetizing dishes made without the use of animal products. Vegan recipes often mimic traditional recipes, but veganism goes beyond cooking; we also include non-edible goods such as clothes and other products in our definition of vegan food.
We don’t like to categorize our recipes, but you can find many vegan ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. We hope you enjoy all of our vegan recipes!
Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes
Black Bean Vegan Quiche
Potato Veggie Hash Browns
Raw Fruit Salad
Vegan Lunch Ideas:
Spicy Jackfruit Tacos
Quinoa Black Bean Burgers
Spicy Chickpea Salad Wraps
Smoky Tomato Chickpea Sandwiches
Vegan Dinner Recipes:
Pumpkin Alfredo Pasta w/ Kale Chips
Grilled Pineapple Teriyaki Steel Cut Oats
Butternut Squash Soup w/ Roasted Garlic
Mexican Quinoa Casserole
Vegan Snack Recipes:
Apple Cinnamon Energy Bars
Cranberry White Chocolate Energy Bites
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls
Cinnamon Sugar Vegan Apple Chips
Spicy Roasted Chickpeas
Advantages of vegan food:
- Vegan food is nutrient-dense and one can get sufficient protein from plant-based sources such as legumes, nuts, and seeds. Some of the most popular vegan dishes are made with chickpeas and beans which contain higher amounts of proteins than beef or chicken.
- A vegan diet is also naturally low in saturated fat, and the risk of developing health issues such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes decreases.
- Vegan food is delicious – One can enjoy a variety of meals without meat, dairy, or eggs. The number of healthy vegan recipes available is constantly growing so you will never get bored! Many people think that vegan food is boring, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
- Veganism can save money – Animal products are expensive, and meatless meals help us lower our grocery bills. If you want to start saving money go vegan!
Disadvantages of vegan food:
- Vegan food can be expensive – Fresh fruits and vegetables can be very pricey depending on where you live. This is especially true for vegan staples such as avocado, quinoa, and flaxseeds.
- It’s very easy to eat vegan on a budget – Many of our dishes are made with cheap ingredients such as rice, beans, and legumes. Eating vegan on a budget is possible, and it doesn’t take much more effort than following a traditional diet.
- You will need to supplement your meals with vitamin B12 – Which is the only vitamin that cannot be obtained from plant-based sources. Veganism requires supplementation of vitamin B12 which can be found in fortified cereals, nutritional yeast, and supplements.
The list of vegan recipes is very long, and we constantly update our recipe archive with new vegan ideas. How about trying some of the recipes listed above? Our tasty dishes are constantly gaining more and more fans, so we’re thinking that you will love them too!
We believe that veganism has a positive impact on the environment and will make the world a better place. If you are interested in learning more about veganism check out some of our resources pages.
Vegan food is ethical, healthy, and sustainable – Veganism is love!