Top 5 Vegan Recipes
Whether you have just gone vegan or have been vegan for years, you’ve probably realized that not all vegan alternatives are created equally. Vegan recipes are also often rather hit or miss. If you are trying to spice things up and put something new on the table, try these 5 awesome vegan recipes.
5. Melanie McDonald’s Easy Vegan Butter
Mass produced vegan butter isn’t always great. A Virtual Vegan has a ton of vegan recipes, and her butter is ready in 10 minutes. Triple the batch — it freezes nicely, but only lasts in the fridge for about two weeks.
4. Dana’s Lentil and Eggplant Lasagna
Dana from the Minimalist Baker has this amazing recipe for lasagna that’s not only healthy and vegan, but also simple, which is a rare find for eggplant lasagna. Use a macadamia ricotta if you have don’t care for tofu or soy.
This insanely creamy, thick, satisfying bowl of muesli is probably my new favorite thing ever. Oats, chia, spices, and grated pear, soaked in creamy homemade cashew milk. Get the recipe on the blog now! #whatveganseat #vegansofig #veganeats #veganbreakfast #cashewmilk #homemade #glutenfree #tistheseason #plantbased #plantpower #nourish
3. Gena’s All Purpose Cashew Cream
For a great alternative to whipping cream or a great ingredient for soup, dip, casseroles –or just about anything else you like a little cream in– try this cashew cream from The Full Helping. It may seem daunting at first, but it’s really pretty easy. Not to mention delicious.
2. Chipotle Quinoa Sweet Potato Tacos with Roasted Cranberry Pomegranate Salsa
If you’ve been missing out on your favorite Mexican meals, miss no longer. With a dozen varieties of tacos, Bustle has a way to fix all your cravings. But first, try these from the HalfBakedHarvest.
1. Edible Perspective’s Vanilla Peanut Butter Chunk and Chocolate Crunch Ice Cream
To top it all off, here’s an ice cream recipe that will blow your mind. Seriously. It’s almost better than the real thing. Plus you’re getting some of that protein you’ve got to keep up with.