Vegan recipes that are easy to whip up and affordable can be hard to come by. Search no more! Check out this compilation of our favorite vegan dishes.
Whether you have been vegan for years or are simply interested in trying out a vegan or vegetarian recipe this week, this blog is for you. No matter the meal, these recipes have got you covered.
With only 3 ingredients, this recipe can easily be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for a quick on-the-go breakfast when needed. These little guys also make a great snack and can be easily packed into a lunch box to be enjoyed later in the day.
Whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and protein- these granola bars contain ingredients from almost every food group! What a way to start the day.
Note: This recipe contains honey. If you would prefer to avoid this ingredient, try swapping it out for maple syrup or agave nectar.
So simple. So colorful. So delicious. Between the black beans and the quinoa, this bowl has plenty of protein to help keep you fuller longer. This recipe can also be customizable depending on your veggie preferences.
These Savory Southwest and Sweet Banana stuffed sweet potato recipes are vegan-friendly. But don’t let the recipes box you in- you can put your own spin on one of these recipes to make your potato just how you like it!
This recipe uses a blender to amp up the flavor and make leftover greens and beans new again. The result is a fiber-rich spread that brings color to sandwiches, chips, and more!
Black-eyed peas aren’t just for the new year. Try them out in this fresh take on a salsa recipe perfect for a mid-day snack.
This vegan spin on the southern classic dish is cheesy, creamy, and satisfying. Tucking in greens with the pasta enriches the taste and nutrition. Top with breadcrumbs and bake for that golden crisp crunch…Yum!
Opting for a vegan dinner option definitely doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice flavor. This savory slow-cooker recipe is sure to be one of your favorites.
Is your mouth watering? Because ours is. Click on the photo above to watch how easily this sweet treat can be made. It’s the perfect way to end the day in our book and you get a full serving of fruit!
These cookies are a hit any time of the day, but we just think there’s something special about enjoying a cookie after dinner. Prep this recipe while your dinner is cooking and pop them in the oven to enjoy right after!
Here at UGA SNAP-Ed, we believe everyone can and should be able to enjoy foods they love! We hope this blog makes it a little easier to find a vegan recipe to get excited about.
Written by Darci Bell, RDN, LD | Edited by Leslie Davis, RDN, LD, CDCES , and the Nutrition Education Team