The Vegan Food Blog

Your daily dose of easy vegan recipes!

Filo Lasagna with Roasted Veggies

These lasagna stacks are absolutely packed with protein. The filling is made out of seitan and chickpeas, both of which are extremely high in protein. The roasted veggies in the recipe are bell peppers and onions, but feel free to experiment with other thinly sliced roasted vegetables. Almost anything will taste great here.

Going Vegan with Madi Serpico

Madi Serpico is a canadian elite triathlete. While still competing in the U23 division in the olympic distance triathlon, she is slowly building up to be a contender in the WTS international circuit. Of course, she’s doing all of this with a plant based diet. We sent our quick fire 5 questions to Madi to […]

Strawberry Coconut Heart Cookies

These are coming in late for Valentines day, but then again, it’s never too late for delicious cookies. This recipe is completely raw, no oven required! Just whiz a bit in the blender and you are good to go.

Going Vegan with Laura Kline

Laura Kline is a multi sport athlete representing USA in both the Duathlon and Triathlon. Among other accolades, she has been the 2012 Short Course Duathlon World Champion, 2014 Long Course Duathlon National Champion, and represented Team USA in 2008 for Triathlons (Full list of accomplishments here : http://laurajkline.com/about/). And of course, she’s managed to […]

Raw Chocolate Pudding

Completely raw, completely natural, and completely sugar free. You can have this dessert as close to bed as you like without getting a massive sugar high – and the subsequent sugar crash.

Vegan Pumpkin Chili

This recipe is made to make a total of 12 servings. If that’s too much then you’re going to have to wind back the ingredients a whole lot. But, this is a great meal to make on a sunday evening, and have lunches (and dinners) throughout the week for super cheap.

Raw Hazelnut Truffles

What I love about these is that there is no added sugar, and it’s all very simply to make. Just coconut butter, maple syrup (Although I prefer agave), cinnamon and hazelnuts. The Ganache recipe that goes on top is also absolutely divine.

Oat Free Spicy Lentil Loaf

This recipe is all about the homemade BBQ sauce. Sure, you can go with a store bought alternative. But the recipe here is just absolutely amazing. No oats make this lentil loaf completely free too!

Stuffed Mushrooms with Sunflower Seed Sage

You can either do this recipe raw or cooked. But for raw, you will need a dehydrator to really make it work. Sunflower seeds are also a great source of Magnesium and Protein, so go nuts with them!

Tofu and Black Bean Burrito Bowls

Burrito/Taco bowls seem to be the new craze lately. And why shouldn’t they be?! They are super easy to make, and always taste fantastic. They are especially great if you’ve never been great at keeping a burrito together and not spilling all over your hands. The addition of black beans in this recipe makes it […]

Lemon Meringue Cheesecake Cups

While these may look incredibly hard to make (Especially with a name that is such a mouthful), this is actually a very simple recipe. Everything just gets tossed into a blender for a few pulses and you are ready to go. This is also a completely raw recipe, no cooking required!