This collection of easy vegan 30 minute meals will cover all your plant-based lunches and dinners. Perfect for Veganuary! Plant-based eating made delicious and simple!
Make Veganuary fuss-free! These easy vegan meals take 30 minutes only!
Veganuary – for those of you who have not heard of it before. It is a yearly campaign that supports people through a month of eating vegan food in January. This is a movement that has grown over the past few years and it is expecting record-breaking signup numbers in 2021! Let’s do this!
A plant-based diet can not only be an incredibly healthy way to live but also an incredibly delicious and fuss-free way of eating! Here are 15 recipes to prove this point! All of them take 30 minutes or even less to prepare but taste as if you had spent hours slaving away in the kitchen! You can use these any month of the year for lunch or dinner inspiration but I find they are especially delicious during the cold months!
15 Quick and Easy Vegan 30 Minute Meals for all moods and budgets!
One- Pot Soups & Stews :
Sandwiches & Salads:
Easy Stir-fries & One Skillet-Dinners
Whether you are doing Veganuary, simply trying to eat less meat, cook more plant-based, or consume more colofrul local and seasonal produce, I hope that these easy Vegan 30 Minute Recipes help inspire you on your journey to a more delicious 2021. Vegan food never has to be boring or bland! And trust me, if it tastes delicious, no one will ever miss the meat!
For more vegan recipe round-ups check out:
- Vegan Comfort Food Recipes
- Soups and Stew Recipes
- Super-Bowl Recipes
- Egg-less Cakes for any occasion
Like these easy vegan 30 minute meals? Get my some of my Cookbooks filled with amazing allergy-friendly plant-based lunch and dinner options.
Thanks for the recipes! I have been following you for some time now and I find your recipes uncomplicated and easy to follow. I found you when I had just started my vegan journey. I have my friends reading you, too.
Thanks so much
That’s awesome! Thank you for trying the recipes!
I grew up on pan bagnat (I grew up in Provence), and was a bit skeptical. Obviously, it is impossible to replicate the taste of tuna, and the egg is missing, but the texture was pretty good, and the chickpeas mixture very flavourful (even with the unlikely addition of cilantro). This was a really tasty, fresh and crunchy sandwich, and easy to make. Thanks for a very satisfying lunch.