At the start of a new year you might find yourself wanting to get on a new diet. If your chosen route is the Vegan diet then this list of 31 Days of Vegan Recipes is for you!
We’ve gathered breakfast, lunch, dinner and even snack ideas that will fit within the Vegan lifestyle so you can stay right on track with veganism.
In addition to these vegan friendly recipes, you can print our Vegan Meal Plan Calendar and know exactly what to make and eat when. It helps keep you on track and trying new recipes! This is perfect for participating in Veganary (Going Vegan in January).
31 Days of Vegan Recipes
This list Vegan Recipes is enough for an entire month (31 days) of Vegan friendly meals. Recipes include breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas to eat while on the Vegan diet.
One of the easiest breakfasts to make is overnight oats especially this Apple Pie overnight oats recipe. It changes up plain oats to a whole new level and tastes amazing. The best thing about this recipe is that the prep time is only 5 minutes and all the work is done overnight.
The best Gluten-Free Coffee Cake loaded with cinnamon streusel! This classic cake is vegan, allergy-free, and sugar-free! Baked rich and moist with a dairy-free sour cream and balanced with a decadent and buttery brown sugar cinnamon top and middle layer! A breakfast treat or dessert recipe you will adore!
This vegan donut recipe is easy to make, tender, and perfect for anyone who loves a good gluten-free vegan donut recipe. If you don’t like espresso, you can leave it out and enjoy gluten-free vegan chocolate donuts.
Crunchy, perfectly bite-sized and gluten-free, vegan, and nut-free, this Gluten-Free Vegan Cookie Crunch Cereal will be your new favorite gluten free kids cereal. It’s a simple vegan cereal recipe that’s perfect for anyone who loves to enjoy cereal for breakfast.
These delicious nut free Apple Pie Bliss Bites are so easy to make and the kids love them! The bliss balls are just full of flavour and are naturally sweetened with fruit with no added sugars. These nut free Apple Pie Bliss Bites are great for school lunchboxes from an allergy awareness perspective.
These 3-ingredient banana cookies are the perfect snack or a fun breakfast. It's a simple, versatile recipe that you can easily alter for allergies or sensitivities. Almond butter works well if you can't do peanut butter.
Missing out on that ‘Easy Mac’? Not anymore! This microwave gluten-free, vegan, and top 8 allergy-free mac & cheese for one is just the recipe you need! Nothing beats a quick and easy bowl of macaroni and cheese for lunch that’s healthy and doesn’t require pots and pans!
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!
This sweet potato pizza is packed with fiber and antioxidants from the sweet potato and chia seeds. Thanks to the All Purpose Buckwheat Flour used, this gluten free pizza crust is also high in iron and offers some plant-based protein. The best part? The sweet potato pizza crust features only six ingredients (excluding water), making this one of the easiest personal pizza recipes out there!
This easy Thai Pumpkin Curry is a delicious vegan meal. You will love the creamy sauce made from coconut milk, pumpkin purée and red curry paste, combined with fresh vegetables like broccoli, carrots and bell pepper. Perfect for busy weeknights!
A hearty plant-based dinner idea that will satisfy even meat-eaters! A Vegan Cauliflower Lentil Loaf that mimics the classic meatloaf with no meat, gluten-free, nut-free, and soy-free! Get all your protein and veggies in this healthy recipe!
This easy and healthy Sweet Potato, Chickpea and Spinach Curry is an easy 30 minute one pot wonder! This vegan and gluten-free dish uses yellow curry paste and coconut milk as a base to make a seriously delicious and creamy curry. This curry freezes beautifully, so store some away for those nights you don’t want to cook.
I love quiche because it’s creamy, delicious, and perfect for any meal–breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even holiday brunch. This vegan quiche casserole is packed with flavor and will be a huge hit no matter when you serve it.
These vegan Lasagna Roll Ups are filled with hummus, spinach, and mushrooms. This meat-free dish might become your new favorite weekend dinner as it is so comforting, and delicious! The recipe is quite easy to make with healthy vegetables and it’s 100% plant-based.
A comfort food classic, made vegan! Vegan Pot Pie is ready in about an hour, and makes a delicious main dish for any holiday. I suggest making the pie crusts ahead of time, or use store bought vegan pie crusts to make this even easier!
This One Pot Taco Pasta is naturally vegan, gluten free. With salsa and black beans, plus many optional additions, it is a protein rich lunch or dinner, packed with mouthwatering flavors and a winning combination for everyone.
Vegan Snack Recipes
A list of Vegan Snack recipes including yummy dessert ideas.
These air fryer sweet potato fries are the absolutely best side dish ever! Cooking fries in the air fryer makes them nice and crispy without the need for lots of oil, plus they’re just SO easy to make! I’m also sharing the recipe for the best dip for sweet potato fries, a quick & easy Avocado Aioli! And did I mention this recipe is Whole30, Paleo, and Gluten Free?
Nothing says childhood more than Goldfish crackers! Now you can make your own Homemade Gluten-Free & Vegan Goldfish that are top 8 allergy-free, grain-free, sugar-free, and secretly protein-packed! A healthy snack recipe mom’s and kids will love!
These Gingerbread Energy Bites require no baking at all and keep you energized when you need it the most. They are healthy and even great to take with you for a snack on the go. They also freeze well so you could make a big batch ahead of time and freeze them in an air tight container for up to 3 months. When you’re ready to eat, thaw out and enjoy.
These Dark Chocolate Zucchini Brownies are great if you are eating clean or gluten free. They are moist, delicious and healthy even though they don’t taste like they are. It’s also a great way to sneak in some veggies for the kids without them knowing it.
Brittanie Pyper loves her hot hubby, her two sweet boys, new baby girl and crafting like a beast. Her recipes and crafts can be found all over the internet because, well, she's awesome. Check out her personal site: Simplistically Living.