“Comforting American soul food made healthy and plant-based! This Gluten-Free Vegan Chicken & Waffles recipe is not only a meatless wonder, but allergy-free, oil-free, made with crispy air fried cauliflower “chicken” and fresh, fluffy, homemade waffles. Serve it with maple syrup and maybe some hot sauce for an ultimate treat!”
Another great recipe from Rebecca-perfect for the kiddos!
“An easy and healthy meatless nugget that the kids will love! Gluten-free & Vegan Chickpea Nuggets that are top 8 allergy-free, grain-free, and have a secret dose of veggies too! A deliciously fun plant-based recipe for little hands at lunchtime or dinner!“
“Tempeh and hemp seeds are packed with plant based proteins. Plus they’re super tasty in savory recipes like tacos, burritos, and pasta. You will love this Tempeh Hemp Seed “Meat” Plant Protein Recipe. This easy vegan tempeh recipe is a healthy vegan meal recipe.”
“This Sticky Sesame Tofu With Broccoli has become a go-to weeknight meal in our house. I love the meaty texture that broiling under high heat gives the tofu (without any oil). I’m also a sucker for nutty, barely fork-tender broccoli, and this recipe has both!”
Lori is also behind this seitan recipe. If you haven’t made your own seitan at home yet-you’re missing out!
“Meaty, savory, and versatile homemade seitan! This easy to follow recipe will show you how to make seitan at home that’s as flavorful and delicious as store-bought but more affordable. This basic seitan recipe is seasoned enough to taste great on its own, but mild enough to use in a variety of dishes that call for seitan as an ingredient. You can slice it for sandwiches and wraps, crumble it for tacos and pizza, or cube it for everything from vegan beef stew to Seitan Bourguignon.“
This delicious recipe comes from Sherri and Greg of Watch Learn Eat. Here’s what they have to say,
“These 5-ingredient gluten-free and vegan baked tofu bites are super easy to make and extremely versatile too! Hot out of the oven, they’re incredibly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Chill them in the fridge and they resemble leftover breaded chicken. Perfect alone, added to a salad or wrap or served with your favorite dipping sauce!“
Looking for even more delicious tofu recipes? Check these out on the Megan Kerry blog:
“These gluten-free and vegan Buffalo Chickpea Meatballs are the perfect party appetizer! You can also enjoy these veggie balls over rice or quinoa for an easy dinner! These chickpea balls are extra delicious when drizzled with some homemade vegan ranch dressing and topped with chopped scallions.“
I love Thai flavors, and this recipe is the perfect way to enjoy them-vegan! Soniya from The Belly Rules the Mind blog created this recipe. She also showcases beautifully how to use pot in pot cooking to reduce your time in the kitchen even more using the instant pot.
I love how Rosa of This Healthy Kitchen uses her yummy recipe to up the veggies!
“If you’re having trouble getting veggies into your little ones (or yourself), these sneaky zucchini meatballs are for you! Loaded with veggies, and 100% wholesome ingredients, these “meatballs” are just what your dinner menu needs.“
Truly any recipe can be made vegan as Courtney from Know Your Produce will show you!
“Bring this to your parties and potlucks for a great option that everyone can enjoy as it can also be made gluten-free. This is not my mama’s Tuna Macaroni Salad, but it’s pretty darn close! We use our vegan tuna salad instead of canned tuna or any faux tuna products. It is so delicious chilled or served right away so you can easily make this recipe to enjoy right away or prep it in advance.”
Jackfruit is awesome for pulled pork-and ribs! Check out Florentina’s recipe on The Veggie Society Blog!
“The best vegan ribs made with tender meaty jackfruit, wheat gluten and all the traditional smoky barbecue spices. These ribs are sure to impress even the pickiest meat eaters, a must make on your griddle, in the oven or your outdoor grill!”
So I know we are just coming out of “turkey” season now, but this beautiful seitan roast by Jasmine of We Eat Cook Bake is such a nice Sunday dinner! Perfect for guests or to celebrate a special event.
Kathy from Healthy Slow Cooking is going to show you how to make soy curls taste amazing with a southern flare. If you haven’t tried soy curls yet-you are in for a treat. They couldn’t be easier to prepare *and* they are packed with protein!
Not sure where to buy them? You can follow this link to amazon to purchase the Butler Soy Curls needed for this recipe.
Oh you guys! Check out this photo! This stew looks absolutely delicious and as Steven from The Nut Free Vegan will tell you,
“This Beefless Beef Stew takes a little bit of time to make, but it’s totally worth the wait. I think you and your family will love the familiar taste, and take heart in the fact that you got it without harming any animals.”
Alena of Nutriciously has made such a delicious, hearty lentil loaf recipe. She says,
“Even once the holidays are over, this vegan meatloaf can be prepared on a lazy Sunday and enjoyed as a quick lunch or dinner throughout the week. The leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 5-6 days.”
There is really no reason to eat animals when you can have this AMAZING holidays ham-meat free!! Hanne from Sunnyside Hanne created this masterpiece. As she says,
“Save a piggy! Make this clove studded, maple glazed, vegan seitan ham roast this Holiday! If you are looking for a centerpiece for your vegan holiday table this is it folks. Place this Vegan Ham roast on your favorite platter decorated with charred pineapple and orange slices and studded with cloves. It looks stunning. It smells amazing and it tastes Divine. Take a moment to watch it glow in the candlelight and then dive right in! Each slice of this Vegan Ham Roast is salty, sweet, smoky, toothsome and tangy.“
“Hands down THE BEST vegan taco meat made of tempeh that is as close as possible to the real thing. You just need 3 essential ingredients and 20 minutes to make this tried-and-true vegan meat recipe! “
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Megan Kerry is a Vegan Lifestyle Educator and Licensed Practical Nurse. Her content focuses on vegan recipes and ethical living. She is a mom of four children, a long time vegan, and an even longer time foodie. She loves veganizing any and all dishes and sharing her recipes and lifestyle tips with all of you!