At some point over the past couple of years you’ve probably contemplated going vegan or at the very least toying with the idea of trying out some vegan recipes. Well, look no further because we have rounded up a list of vegan dishes that will please even the most dedicated meat eater — and those who are as picky about their food as they are about their shoes. Check out our vegan recipe round-up and share your favorites in the comments!
Quinoa Lentil Burgers
If burgers are one of the things you can’t imagine giving up if you go vegan, no need to worry because this recipe has you covered. Made with quinoa and lentils, these burgers will easily trick your taste buds. Check out the recipe here.
Vegetarian Black Bean Pasta
A big bowl of pasta is one of the most satisfying comfort foods around, luckily you can still have it and eat healthy. Featuring a collection of veggies, including mushrooms, black beans and spinach, you’ll definitely want to make this black bean pasta again and again. Check out the recipe here.
Tofu Chow Mein
Tofu is one of the oldest vegan/vegetarian staples, however it may be hard to love the first time you try it. Enter this tasty recipe that has delicious take on classic chow mein. Check out the recipe here.
Beyond Beef Chorizo Potato Tacos
If you are one of the many believers that “tacos are life,” then these vegan standouts are right up your alley. They contain a hearty beef substitute, potatoes, avocados, cilantro and more. Check out the recipe here.
Smoky Carrot Dogs With Nacho Sauce
Totally skeptical about the possibility of carrots tasting like your favorite juicy hotdog? Understandable, but maybe you should try these smoked carrot dogs first before you make your final decision. Check out the recipe here.
Potpies are warm, hearty and fill you up on those days when hunger takes complete control. However, when you’re eating vegan you have to get a little creative with your potpie recipe, like this one featuring jackfruit. Check out the recipe here.
Chipotle Vegetarian Chili
Chili is one of the flavor MVPs because it allows you to put your own spin on things with your preferred seasonings, herbs and spices. Vegetarian chili is mostly the same minus the meat, as this dish proves. Check out the recipe here.
Skillet Cauliflower Mac ‘N Cheese
Who doesn’t love mac ‘n cheese? It’s one of the most popular and pleasing foods ever, so you definitely want to still be able to have it if you’re eating vegan. This recipe adds a few surprises, while subtracting some calories. Check out the recipe here.
Lentil Baked Ziti
We all know that eating baked dishes is much better than fried, so it should come as know surprise that this take on ziti is not only oven-baked, but also filled with veggies that will improve your waistline. Check out the recipe here.
Tomato And White Bean Naan Pizza
Pizza always gets the job done, it’s quick, satisfying and makes you savor every bite. Fortunately, you can still indulge in the wonders of pizza while eating vegan, you just have to get a little creative, like this recipe where white beans are front and center. Check out the recipe here.
Tofu Sloppy Joes
The fun of sloppy joes is that they are as messy as they are delicious. For a vegan twist on the classic recipe, add in lots of tofu, veggies and spices. Check out the recipe here.
Vegan Sweet Potato Chowder
When you have a good bowl of soup, it feels like a savory, warm hug with every bite. There are tons of vegan soups, but this chowder recipe, highlighting the magic of sweet potatoes, stands out from the crowd. Check out the recipe here.