Try these 30 easy Veganuary recipes for dinner during the whole month! Budget-friendly, crowd-pleasing, filling, and packed with flavor, you don’t have to miss out on anything.
Whether you are veg-curious, want to support a friend or family member who is trying to go vegan, or choose to take the plunge and say goodbye to animal products, we have some really flavor-packed recipes in store for you.
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We are beyond stoked to see the vegan movement growing each and every year, and a large part of this success is thanks to the campaign called Veganuary.
It started in 2014 and has supported more than one million people in 192 countries to try vegan for January – and beyond. Find out why to go vegan and what vegans eat on our website! Enjoy the recipes.
Sweet potatoes are great all-rounders and if you haven’t implemented them in your weekly meal routine, you definitely should! They can be enjoyed savory or sweet, are super healthy and become so soft and creamy when roasted.
This recipe for stuffed sweet potatoes comes with flavorfully roasted chickpeas and a delicious avocado tahini sauce! This combo is a must-try.
Move over, chicken salad — it’s time for some delicious chickpea salad made from easy and healthy staple foods! Tossed in a creamy dressing, it’s a great wrap or sandwich filler which keeps well in the fridge for 5-6 days.
Perfect for meal prep and as a really filling, flavorful lunch during Veganuary and beyond!
Sure, grilled carrots (no matter how well-seasoned) do not taste like meaty sausages. But they are the easiest vegan food swap for hot dogs and bump up your nutritional profile for the day like nothing else!
Slathered in crazy-good slaw and marinated in soy sauce, maple syrup, liquid smoke and mustard, they are incredibly delicious.
This is how you prepare tofu the right way! Sure, it’s one of the prejudices that vegans eat a lot of tofu and you might not have liked it until now but its nutritional profile and diversity are just fantastic.
These zesty tofu wraps are filled with Southwestern-seasoned crispy baked tofu nuggets, lettuce, tomatoes, green onions and vegan sour cream — how could they disappoint?
You can’t go wrong with pasta, right? We love this simple veggie-rich vegan recipe because it allows you to use any vegetables or pasta of your choice and coats everything in a delicious, easy and low-fat vegan white sauce.
Great for meal prep, ready in 30 minutes, inexpensive and kids love it!
One of life’s simplest pleasures is enjoying some hearty and epic comfort food — especially when it’s not just incredibly delicious but also nourishing and surprisingly good for you. That’s where our vegan beet and kidney bean burgers come into play!
Flavor-packed, beautifully colored and layered with all the textures and flavors, these are the vegan burgers you need to try.
Any day is a good day for pasta – especially if that means comforting and secretly healthy plant-based mac and cheese.
Low in fat and made with carrots, cashews and some nutritional yeast, it’s certainly different from the boxed version, but not a teeny bit less delicious. This Veganuary recipe is a classic vegan twist on a traditional family dinner that you need to try!
There’s nothing better than a pot of hot, fragrant and cozy plant-based goodness on a cold day! Especially when it’s as easy to make and nutritious as our anti-inflammatory vegan lentil and carrot soup.
Fiber and protein-packed, super budget-friendly and great to make in larger batches — no animal harmed in the process.
Would you believe this super green veggie-rich pesto pasta is made without any oil? Undetectably rich in protein, it’s really flavorful and can both be enjoyed freshly made as a warm dinner or as a quick leftover cold lunch the next day.
Serve with any veggies you like — they can even be cooked in the same pot as the pasta for more convenience!
Talking about plant-based goodness, you need to try all of the fantastic Asian dishes! This butternut squash and chickpea Panang curry will please even the pickiest of eaters, with the butternut squash naturally sweetening the dish and making it incredibly creamy.
It’s perfect for a weeknight dish, coming together in just under 30 minutes! Definitely a great choice during Veganuary.
Try these 30 easy Veganuary recipes for dinner during the whole month! Budget-friendly, crowd-pleasing, filling, and packed with flavor, you don't have to miss out on anything. The following quick and easy one-pot veggie rice is perfect for weeknights!
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.