Recipes

10 Quick and Easy Vegan Recipes

Delicious inspiration

We've rounded up ten of our favourite dishes from There's a Vegan in the House, including healthy vegan breakfast recipes, snacks, soups, burgers and more. Read on below to discover some classic recipes as well as delicious, plant-based twists – and their brilliant health benefits!

Vegan breakfast recipes

1

Yellow lentil waffles with fire-spice berry sauce

The benefits of including lentils in your diet are numerous – they are high in protein but low in calories, so they make a great healthy, filling breakfast food.

2

Chocolate & hazelnut porridge with banana

Who says you can't have chocolate for breakfast? Cacao is a healthy "chocolate" option for vegans – it's supercharged with magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc.

Vegan snacks

3

Arancini with panko breadcrumbs

This vegan twist on the Italian treat cooks in just ten minutes.

4

Almond & breadcrumb stuffed peppers

The garlic in this recipe is an excellent source of B6, and it also contains manganese, selenium, and vitamin C.

Vegan soups and stews

5

Sweet potato, teff & peanut soup

Teff is a really good grain to include in a plant-based diet. It has high levels of vitamins and minerals and five times the iron found in wheat.

6

Hearty chilli with mixed beans

This classic winter warmer is a great dish for batch-cooking and keeping in the freezer for a speedy dinner.

Vegan dinner recipes

7

Winter vegetable pie with potato & broad beans

Comfort food can be nutritious – this pie is full of healthy root vegetables and broad beans, which are stuffed with protein and energy-giving folate as well as B vitamins.

8

Brown rice risotto with red peppers and artichokes

Just 225g (8oz) of brown rice provides heaps of your daily fibre requirement. It's an important grain for a plant-based diet as it's rich in protein, thiamine, calcium, magnesium, fibre, and potassium.

Vegan burgers

9

Amaranth black bean burgers with avocado cream

Amaranth contains plenty of protein and all the amino acids your body needs. It is also a good source of calcium and has high levels of zinc.

Vegan sides

10

Lentil & cauliflower tabbouleh

Using cauliflower as a grain is a great way to add nutrition and flavour to a dish. Cauliflower contains almost every vitamin you need, including vitamins C and B6, so is great for a plant-based diet.

For the full recipes of all the dishes above...

...as well as dozens more, discover There's a Vegan in the House.

Looking for even more vegan inspiration?

Read our articles 8 Great Vegan Baking Recipes and Barbecue "Pulled" Jackfruit Vegan Sandwich Recipe