10 mins35 mins
For many vegans, Tofu is the "go to" for any dish. It's often far cheaper than faux meat, and has it's own unique taste instead of trying to imitate chicken/beef.
20 mins20 mins
These are great as an appetizer, or for snacks during a big game. Essentially just a baked potato, but with cumin, garlic, and chipotle peppers to keep things spicy!
15 mins70 mins
These patties are great either in burgers, or by themselves. Make sure you think ahead of time when making these, as you will have to cook the kumara (sweet potato) and quinoa by itself before actually making the patty.
5 mins25 mins
Chickpeas are an invaluable source of protein, and in a curry they taste great aswell.
15 mins5 mins
Eggnog is usually reserved for christmas time, but there is no reason why you can't treat yourself every now and again.
20 mins60 mins
Another "oats" recipe, but this one is incredibly simple to do. It doesn't require any milk in the baking process so the oats will keep for much longer than your typical baked granola.
5 mins15 mins
Rice for breakfast can seem odd, but it's no different than having oats in the morning. It takes about the same amount of time, and is great for a bit of variety.
Vegan fudge is always amazing. This recipe uses coconut oil and extra shredded coconut to give it a slightly different taste than your regular "10 bags of sugar" fudge.
15 mins10 mins
Black beans are a great protein source for any vegan or vegetarian. Beef has approx 14g of protein per 100gm, while black beans have 22g per 110gm.
15 mins20 mins
This meal is a massive protein hit that can used for both dinner and lunch. Quinoa has as much protein per 100g as beef, and almonds have 1.5x more per 100gm.
15 mins30 mins
This recipe combines chick pea flour, carrot and coriander to create an amazing dumpling for your soup.