Are you new to being vegan? Or are you looking for some new exciting recipes? These vegan recipes are so good you won’t miss meat or dairy!
Whether you’re inspired to try eating vegan or you just want to test out the waters, these awesome recipes will totally fill you up. Most of the concerns about eating vegan is staying full throughout the day. You don’t want to keep going back to the kitchen shortly after eating.
The delicious recipes will totally fill you up with their big bold flavors. They are so easy to prepare and very nutritious and that’s why they are so perfect for the vegan lifestyle. Here are 11 Easy Vegan Recipes That Will Actually Keep You Fuller Longer!
No meat, no dairy and all of the flavor.
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1. Detox Rainbow Roll-Ups with Peanut Sauce
Found from Pinch of Yum
This is a rainbow roll-up that earned the word DETOX in front of it, is packed full of nutritional value. This yummy recipe is made with powerhouse foods like carrots, chickpeas, curry, red cabbage, peanuts, and dark leafy collard greens as the wrap. What puts it over the top is the savory peanut sauce you dip the roll up into!
2. Vegan White Mac and Cheese
Found from This Savory Vegan
This vegan mac and cheese are made with nut milk, vegan cream cheese, vegan parmesan, and vegan butter. This macaroni and cheese is just as creamy and decadent as the traditional version. Top with Italian breadcrumbs if you want a crunchy top.
3. Vegan “Meatball” Subs
Found from Hummusapien
These vegan “meatballs” are incredibly tasty and hearty you would never guess what they are made from. A blend of beans, onions, mushrooms, walnuts, and bread crumbs make up the mix for the vegan meatballs. Serve them on toasted buns with a drizzle of marinara sauce and vegan Parmesan cheese.
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4. Portobello Mushroom Fajitas
Found from Kristine’s Kitchen
This vegetable fajita recipe is perfect for a busy weeknight. Since portobello mushroom is a meaty veggie they work perfectly in these vegan fajitas. This meal can be made in just 30 minutes. Finish the fajitas with tortillas, salsa, guacamole or whatever Mexican toppings you like!
5. Mushroom Bolognese
Found from Delicious Everyday
If you ever miss having meat then mushrooms make for a great substitution. This savory mushroom dish is flavored with red wine, chopped Italian tomatoes, diced veggies, garlic, and thyme. This Italian bolognese will leave you full and satisfied.
6. Black Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Found from Food with Feeling
What I like about this stuffed sweet potato is that it’s really easy to cook especially for someone who doesn’t like or know how to cook. Your only real concern is baking the sweet potato on a sheet pan. Once that’s almost cooked fully then you stuff it with a spiced mixture of onions and black beans and put it back into the oven. Not everyone is a fan of cashew cream so a drizzle of vegan yogurt will do the trick!
7. Cauliflower Ricotta Stuffed Shells
Found from Blissful Basil
Rather than stuffing these giant shells with the traditional ricotta mixture, this recipe calls for a mixture of cauliflower, nutritional yeast, almond milk, onion, and garlic powder. Then pour your favorite marinara sauce on top. The best part about this vegan “ricotta” mixture it still tastes ridiculously creamy!
8. Bangkok Coconut Curry Noodle Bowl
Found from Change in Seconds
This flavorful broth is seriously good. It’s made with red curry paste, ginger, coconut milk, vegetable broth, hot chili paste, and soy sauce. This broth will make your home smell so good! Please note to make this recipe completely vegan, just omit the fish sauce.
9. Eggplant Gyros
Found from Delish Knowledge
Gyros are usually made with meat like lamb, beef or chicken then it’s wrapped in a pita. But to have a vegan gyro eggplant is your best veggie option. It’s meaty and can hold up to stronger flavors! After cooking the eggplant add all of your favorite Mediterranean flavors like cucumber, tomato, red onions, and hummus.
10. Mushroom and Leek Risotto
Found from Minimalist Baker
Vegetable risotto can be quite a filling dish that couldn’t be easier to make. Just stir in sautéed mushrooms, leeks, vegetable stock, and vegan butter into the cooked arborio rice. In 30 minutes you can have a rich and flavorful vegan meal.
11. Chickpea Veggie Burgers
Found from Running on Real Food
Chickpea is another perfect vegan-friendly vegetable that can substitute as meat. These hearty burgers are made with mashed chickpeas, diced onion, grated zucchini, and oats. My favorite part is the few secret sauce ingredients that give them insane flavor.
So what are your favorite vegan recipes? Try these out and let me know what you think.