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14+ Delicious Vegan food Ideas from Breakfast to Dinner

Published on November 29, 2021

According to Wikipedia, Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. An individual who follows the diet or philosophy is known as a vegan.

There are many reasons to go vegan: You might want to improve your overall health and well-being, help the environment, or maybe You are simply against animal cruelty. The list goes on and on. I am a Vegan myself, But let’s be honest; there isn’t much to eat after some time, and plain salad may look somehow un-appetising after a while. So, I’ve gathered a list of exciting, colourful vegan recipes to help you stick to your vegan diet.

I tried many different recipes from various cooking sites and books, and some of them were so good that I couldn’t just keep them to myself!

So, keep reading if you are looking for some magic to sprinkle on your vegan life.

Here’s what you’ll read in this article:

What is the Vegan diet? Why go vegan?

Vegans do not eat meat, fish, or poultry. In addition to being vegetarian, Vegans do not use other animal products and by-products such as eggs, dairy products, honey, leather, fur, silk, wool, cosmetics, and soaps derived from animal products.

Pros:

  • Filling, because it is high in fiber
  • healthy and easy to follow
  • environmental benefits

Cons:

  • you may lack important nutrients
  • needs a lot of work

You may want to go vegan if you:

  • Want to prevent animal slaughter
  • Want to prevent farm animals from suffering in agribusiness
  • Want to lose weight or maintain your healthy weight
  • Save the environment (even a little!)
  • Want to lower your blood sugar levels
  • Want to improve your kidney functions
  • Want to lower the risk of heart diseases
  • Want to reduce pain from arthritis.
  • Want to prevent cancers
  • Want to have a better mental health
  • Want to lower your stress
  • Want to have more harmony with the nature

What you can and can’t eat on a vegan diet

In a vegan diet, you should avoid eating or using any product obtained from animals, such as meat, poultry, fish and seafood, eggs and dairy, Bee products, Gelatin, Isinglass, Omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin D3, Natural leather and other animal skins!

Instead of these items, you can enjoy eating much healthier foods like fruits, vegetables, grains and starchy vegetables, beans and Legumes, Nuts and Seeds, Soy, Vegetable fats, Nut butter and milk, etc.

You can enjoy hundreds of various delicious recipes in your vegan lifestyle. If you can’t pick one, divide them between breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinners to try them all.

Exciting Vegan Breakfasts

Start your day with fresh vegan breakfasts to have the maximum energy for the entire day. Here are some vegan breakfast recipes that you can enjoy every morning:

1- Candied Orange Peel Granola

In this recipe, you can gussy up your favourite granola to turn your early breakfast into a special event.

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2- Easy Vegan Fluffy Pancakes

You can totally make a fluffy pancake without using milk, butter or eggs! There are two ingredients to make up that for you: Baking powder and almond milk! It’s so easy and tasty.

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3- Almond Butter Vanilla Bean Granola

Prepare for the day ahead with a breakfast of homemade granola matched with nut milk and crowned with sliced fruit. Almond is one of the best nuts you can include in your everyday diet, full of different vitamins, protein and fibre to keep you full all day long.

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4- Cinnamon Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

Quinoa substitutes oats as a protein-rich option in this cinnamon-spiced breakfast dish. Serve with your favourite fresh fruit!

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5- Strawberry Chia Pudding

Omg! I can’t get enough of chia puddings, and this excellent pudding is made with nut milk and strawberries! Just a cheerful way to start your day like a Lil baby.

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Mouthwatering Vegan Lunch Ideas

Here are some inspiring vegan lunch recipes to bring some colour and diversity to your vegan dishes. They are easy and simple to make; you don’t need to spend too much time in the kitchen.

1- Kale Quinoa Salad

This colourful and yummy salad is so nutritious, easy to make and will stay good in your fridge for days! It’s full of protein and vitamins that are essential for your body.

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2- Vegan lunch bowl with Hassle back potatoes

This lunch bowl is gorgeous, easy and tasty. There are two sauce recipes and the recipe that will give you more options to enjoy on your lunch break.

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3- Creamy Spinach Pasta

This delicious Pasta takes just 10 minutes of your time. Easy, yummy, filling and all vegan! You can get some of those greens, thanks to the spinach.

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4- Easy Vegan Tacos

Who doesn’t love tacos? They are so delicious that I crave them every week! These vegan tacos can make you feel full for a longer time and are very easy to make.

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5- Baked Veggie Tater Tots

These healthy vegan tater tots are loaded with veggies. They are made with zucchini, carrots and cauliflower. The perfect recipe for making a boring day enjoyable.

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Tasty Vegan Snacks

There are so many options you have to snack on. Especially on a vegan diet. You can choose to be healthier and snack on:

  • Nuts and Seeds: such as almonds, cashews, peanuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, pecans or hazelnuts and etc. Nuts are very important on a vegan diet and you can read more about the best nuts on a vegan diet.
  • Dried Fruits and Veggies: There are so many dried fruits available that you can enjoy on evening. Best dried fruits for everyday use would be the ones that contain less sugar content. You should use dried fruits on moderation as they are high in calories and sugar as they have lost their water during dehydration
  • Fresh Fruits and veggies: This actually need no explanation, everyone knows how much fresh fruits are beneficial for the body an soul. Just choose your favorite and binge on them! But in moderation J
  • Nut Milk and Butter: you can curl up in front of your Tv and chew on a little nut butter sandwich with a sip of nut milk to shake the stress off your mind and body.
  • Hummus: Hummus is one of my favorite snacks. You can dip carrots, cucumbers, potato chips, French fries or nachos in them to make your day more delicious with a little spice.

Fantastic Vegan Dinners

Dinner should be something healthy and light to help you have a good night sleep. All vegan recipes are light and healthy! But here are some wonderful vegan dinner recipes to wrap your day with.

1- Frankies (Indian burritos)

This is one of the most flavorful street foods of India. You can make them in 10 minutes and enjoy them as a masterpiece vegan dinner that would dance around your mouth.

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2- Spaghetti and vegan Meatballs

I can’t tell you how many times I craved spaghetti, and I let it go because of those meatballs that I can’t eat. Now with this recipe, you can enjoy what you have been craving for a long time. All vegan!

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3- Sugar Snap pea and Carrot Soba Noodles

This sweet noodle can help you take your day to another level, and it’s a perfect recipe if you have a date with a vegan. The flavour reminds you of a beautiful rainy evening in a forest.

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4- Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls

These bowls are so healthy and tasteful that you can eat them every night. It has low calories, so; it can be a good option for a Friday dinner.

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Bottom Line

You know that it’s always better to stick to healthy options for lunch and dinner; being a vegan should be some healthy lifestyle that you enjoy, not just a wave that you would dive on for a month. Try to choose and use nutritious ingredients and have fun with this fantastic diet. Remember to get enough proteins from nuts, seeds and legumes to stay in shape and healthy.

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