What are the most popular vegetarian recipes this year? I’m sharing 25 of my most favorite recipes of the year from my site, including easy vegan dinner recipes, vegan dessert recipes, vegan breakfast recipes, vegan casserole recipes, and more!
If you are looking for some vegan recipes that are guaranteed for a year of healthy eating, just give this list of the 25 best vegan recipes of 2022 a go. These are the most popular recipes that people all over the world, from Australia to New Zealand, have seen, downloaded and cooked in their kitchens. special this year. It makes me so happy that you love my recipes and find them so delicious and delightful in your homes. All of my recipes are created in my kitchen in Ojai, California, and tested so my family will give me a thumbs up. I shoot all of my recipes at my favorite window in the family room at an old pine table, with the southern light streaming in through the windows. So, keep cooking and sharing these awesome vegan recipes! I have hundreds of recipes Available on my site, I hope you inspire a good health and love of vibrant, delicious, and healthy vegan meals right in your homes.
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Here’s another year of great vegan cooking!
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Top 25 Vegan Recipes of 2022
This high-protein green smoothie is packed with plant-based protein from peas, plus antioxidant-rich ingredients, like ginger and turmeric, and whole fruits and vegetables.
Vegetarian Greek “meat” balls are delicious as an appetizer at a party, served with pasta and sauce, or displayed as a main event at your next meal.
I just love putting a creative spin on classic hummus. Here’s a great example: this delicious hummus and pistachio dip. You can have it with any meal or snack for heart-healthy benefits, thanks to those healthy fats from the olive oil, tahini, and pistachios, as well as the fiber and other antioxidant nutrients.
I love creamy butternut squash soup, like Carnival Soup with Turmeric, which is completely vegan and gluten-free. Sweet carnival squash pairs well with warm and earthy turmeric root and spice in this flavorful soup. The color of this soup is a wonderful shade of amber, which depends a bit on the color of your pumpkin. The turmeric adds a really intense color to the soup, too.
This classic Swedish pea soup recipe was inspired by my husband’s Swedish eating traditions. Pea soup is a beloved dish from time immemorial in Sweden, eaten weekly as a nutritious and satisfying meal. This recipe—inspired by my family’s original recipe—is completely vegan and gluten-free, with a simple list of ingredients; Just cooked peas, onions, mustard, gravy, a few spices, and you’re all set.
Here’s a simple and delicious soup recipe that you can whip together in minutes! Anti-inflammatory spices and antioxidant-rich vegetables can help boost your health — and your spirits — on the gloomiest of days. Plus, this curry vegetable soup is light enough to be a great accompaniment to a meal all year round.
It’s a good idea to include more whole grains, such as sorghum, in your day to fill your diet with fiber. So, get started with this easy, healthy, completely vegan, and gluten-free recipe for Tex-Mex Sorghum Chili.
This quinoa, pomegranate, and avocado salad is perfect for the cooler months, when the pomegranate and avocado are at their best. Mixed with delicious veggies and nuts – it’s like a meal in one. This salad is packed with flavor, satisfying protein, slow-digesting carbs, and healthy fats, as well as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant compounds. Plus, it’s very good. Is not she beautiful? The brilliance of pomegranate trees against a backdrop of avocado, crunchy leaves and earthy quinoa is simply amazing!
If you’ve ever wondered what to do with shirataki noodles, this super easy, light, low-carb, vegan, and gluten-free shirataki noodle salad with ginger and sesame dressing! At only 100 calories per serving, you can make this recipe in under 15 minutes. I include chickpeas, bell peppers, green onions, red cabbage, cilantro, and my homemade ginger dressing to pack the flavor into this crunchy salad.
If you’re looking for a lighter, fresher pasta salad, go for Spaghetti Squash. These crunchy golden strands of squash can stand for pasta made from wheat, to create a low-calorie, gluten-free (vegetarian) salad that sparkles with health benefits. In this colorful Mediterranean-inspired salad, simple roasted spaghetti squash is tossed with tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, olives, pine nuts, basil, and a lemon-lime vinaigrette.
Chia seed pudding is an easy, delicious, and healthy vegan recipe. In this recipe for chia seed pudding with berries, all you have to do is mix the chia seeds with plant-based milk, a touch of maple syrup (if you like a little extra sweetness), and cardamom, and top with the berries. . Chia seeds have the unique ability to swell and create a gelatinous consistency, which is what thickens the pudding.
Inspired by the “boils” celebrated in the South and New England, this vegan all-corn-and-potato boil is based on the stars of the show, corn and potatoes, along with plenty of dill and garlic. This dish is the perfect way to celebrate fresh produce, like sweet corn and tender new potatoes. My version includes a bunch of fresh dill and a whole clove of garlic.
Plant-powered foods don’t get any better than latin-flavored foods. Take these vegetable fajitas, for example, which are completely vegan (vegan) and gluten-free. Delicious grilled chunks of vegetables sautéed with spices and herbs, served with earthy beans and rustic corn tortillas, and a dollop of creamy guacamole. are you hungry yet
Are you looking for the best vegan burger recipe ever? Here you are! These vegan grain edamame burgers are packed with superfood-rich, superfood ingredients, including edamame, walnuts, oats, carrots, and flax. These burgers are easy and delicious, are based on whole ingredients, and contain no added salt, oil, or sugar, making them a healthy, budget-friendly meal for the whole family.
This delicious, Greek-inspired Edamame Quinoa Bowl is a nutritious one-in-a-bowl dish for lunch or dinner, or the perfect salad accompaniment to a family meal. Full of nutrients and flavor, this will soon be your go-to recipe of the week. This nutritious Mediterranean quinoa dish delivers the rich, warm flavors of tomato, edamame, olives, onion, quinoa, cucumber, and greens, all drizzled with a savory Mediterranean vinaigrette.
In this savory traditional dish, I made a Caribbean-style stew, filled with sofrito, vegetables, and red beans. It’s colorful and delicious served over bananas. My recipe for Mofongo with Caribbean Vegetable Stew is completely vegan and gluten-free, too.
With just one large pot and a few simple ingredients, this delicious Vegan Gluten-Free Ratatouille with White Beans is sure to satisfy any appetite.
The Mexican food tradition of chile rellenos – essentially stuffed chiles – is rich and delicious. This dish is a culmination of local ingredients, such as spices and chilies, and Spanish cooking methods. This all-vegan version pays homage to Mexico’s great food traditions.
The Creole and Cajun flavors of New Orleans—steeped in rich traditions from cultures, including African, Caribbean, and New World—are among my favorites. You might be surprised to discover that many of these traditional dishes, such as jambalaya, are based on plant foods: beans and rice. Learn how to make jambalaya with this easy recipe for vegan jambalaya with red beans and okra, packed with flavor.
This vegan pasta features simple pasta, seasoned marinara sauce, and loads of roasted vegetables—summer squash, eggplant, bell peppers, and onions—to create an easy, healthy, and delicious vegetarian pasta dish with roasted vegetables. All you have to do is chop fresh vegetables, drizzle them with a delicious herb vinaigrette, and roast them in the oven until they’re tender and golden brown. Then cook your pasta and mix it with marinara sauce, roasted vegetables, pine nuts, and fresh basil. Yum!
This savory, comforting, and hearty vegetable pie with sage, lentils, and mushrooms is exactly what the doctor ordered! If you’ve been looking for a vegan pancake recipe packed with plant-based goodness that will comfort you with hearty nutrition, satisfying taste, soothing aromas, and enticing visions, then here you go!
Looking for an easy and comforting vegan casserole the whole family will love? Next, you must try this easy and delicious vegan tamale pie recipe, an old dish from my mom’s kitchen from years ago. I took the classic dog-eared recipe card and gave it a little healthy twist and layers, and I really love it. It’s great because you can literally whip up this recipe in under 10 minutes and pop it in the oven to bake while you finish dinner.
You can make delicious, nutritious smoky bacon on your own, the easy way! Make this 6-ingredient marinade, slice dates thinly, marinate them, and fry those juicy slices in a skillet and deliciously golden brown. Make a whole batch to enjoy sandwichesAnd the wrapsAnd the PowerAnd the Cereal bowls all week.
The comforting bliss of french fries—a classic combination of potatoes and vegetables—is a welcome addition to any weekend breakfast, or even dinner, for that matter. I’ve swapped out the classic potatoes for sweet potatoes and added earthy zucchini and yellow squash for a nutrient-dense and flavorful combo. This vegan, gluten-free recipe for sweet potato fries and homemade fries also bakes in the oven for an easier, healthier prep style.
I guarantee there is no better pumpkin pie than one made with fresh pumpkin, as is the case with this fresh vegan pumpkin pie. With just a few ingredients—many of which you likely have in your pantry right now—you can make a real homemade pie with fresh ingredients, and lots of love. The amazing thing about this pie is that it’s light in sugar and fat, full of love of vegetables and whole grains, yet very rich in flavour.
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