15 easy and healthy vegan recipes to fuel you through veganuary and beyond.
So you’re past the halfway point with veganuary and you’ve hit a wall with your recipes. Maybe you’re feeling hungry, maybe you’re in a rut and thinking to yourself, “is this really worth it?”. Have no fear, the solution is here!
I’ve rounded up some of my favorite vegan recipes to power you through the month of veganuary and beyond. Some of these recipes are my own personal creations, as well as some of my favorites across the internet. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do! 🤤
This spicy lentil wrap is the most popular recipe on my blog and I think you’ll like it too! I always loved the Trader Joes one, but it was SO high in sodium and expensive for the ratio of insides to bread. It’s a great meal prep option and perfect for on the go. Get the recipe here.
This peanut noodle soup is INSANE. It’s one of my favorite recipes to make and I whip up a batch every couple of weeks. My boyfriend is also a huge fan of it so it’s tough to keep in the house! The recipe is full of flavor and is beyond delicious. I love adding in some tofu to bump the protein. Get the recipe here.
I love making sauces that are able to sneak in some extra veggies but don’t compromise on flavor. This recipe includes half a head of cauliflower but you would never guess it’s in there. Perfect for picky kids that don’t think they’re a fan of vegetables. Get the recipe here.
Now on to something sweet! I’ve made these brownies a number of times and they disappear almost as quickly as I can make them. I love that they aren’t too sweet and make for the perfect bite at the end of the day. Get the recipe here.
Granola can be an amazing breakfast option, but the store-bought options are typically loaded with oil and processed sugar. I try to avoid going overboard with those, so making it at home is a great option. This homemade apple granola is perfect for adding to a smoothie bowl or layering into a yogurt parfait. Snag the recipe here.
Nisha always hits it out of the park with her recipes, and this one is no exception. This buffalo chickpea masterpiece is full of flavor and has a delightfully creamy sauce. I love to make this when I’m feeling uninspired and unsure of what to make. Grab the recipe here.
This post has turned into my weekly menu 😂 Another one of my staples is this falafel and sauce recipes. Most falafel are fried which leave me feeling heavy, so this baked version works perfect for me. They also freeze well so can be a great option for stocking the fridge before a busy week. Get the recipe here!
Soups are one of my life-hacks for staying on track with healthy eating and staying vegan. I typically make a few different options and keep individual bowls in the freezer to pull out when I need a quick meal. I discovered this corn chowder over the summer, made by Jenne at Sweet Potato Soul. I shared this one with my mom (who preps the same way) and she’s been loving it as much as I do. I typically add navy beans to give a boost of protein and it’s amazing. Get the recipe here.
This mac and cheese is my go-to potluck dish (you know, when that was allowed). This was one of the first recipes I came up with and I’ve shared it with SO many people who think they hate vegan food. You can load this up with broccoli and cauliflower to get those veggies in because the sauce is that good. A perfect veganuary staple for you! Grab the recipe here.
This tofu ricotta stuffed shell recipe is perfect for switching things up and having something decadent. I demolished the full pan within a couple days #noregrets. Try this recipe out when you’re trying to impress – your own tastebuds or for a date night! Get the recipe here.
On cold snowy days, there’s nothing better than a hearty chili. This recipe includes some plant-based sausage that brings heft to this soup. Some buttered bread and bomb chili? Sign me up! Get the recipe here.
During early quarantine, I went a little crazy with the quinoa purchase and was looking for some unique ways to use it. This salad was refreshingly unique and loved having a bunch in the fridge to eat throughout the week. Grab the recipe here.
When I say I’ve made this dish 1,000 times, I’m not exaggerating (okay maybe a little bit). It’s my favorite lazy dinner option and is almost better as leftovers. I’m hungry just thinking about this recipe now. It’s truly the best veganuary staple to have. Get the info here.
Just because we’re past October doesn’t mean pumpkin is off the table! This pumpkin bread is moist (sorry), fluffy, and all-around delicious. I love Caitlin’s recipes, especially how low oil and processed sugar they are. Get the recipe here.
I know claiming to have the best chocolate chip cookie recipe is a bold statement, but I’m that confident in these cookies. Slightly undercooking these and adding some flaky salt on top takes them to the next level. Grab the deets here.
That wraps up my favorite recipes to use throughout veganuary and beyond! I hope you love these as much as I do and add them into your regular rotation.