Vegan Recipes and Vegan Cooking Tips

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime

Whether you’re planning a Sunday brunch or need a quick and easy vegan dinner idea, Herbivore’s Kitchen has plenty of recipes for you to choose from! To make vegan cooking easy and fun, I’ve organized all of my recipes into categories – in this case, by mealtime.

Not only do I present vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner, I also have categories for vegan snacks, garnishments, desserts, sauces and vegan soups. So, go on! Get cooking!

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Plan Your Vegan Meals by Mealtime! Featuring Vegan Dinners, Vegan Soups & Vegan Appetizers!

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Breakfast

Vegan Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast is one of my favorite meals, but it’s often a meal that falls by the wayside. I mean well, but between getting the kids out the door for school and myself ready for the workday, it’s easy to grab a few toast crusts and wash it down with tea. To set myself up for success, I’ve developed a variety of vegan breakfast recipes: those that are perfect for the grab-and-go (like an easy, healthy vegan jam or my small batch granola recipe) and those that fit well for a lazy Sunday brunch.

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Lunch Recipes

Vegan Lunch Recipes

Lunch happens. Sometimes. It’s often leftovers – which, if that’s your MO please head straight to the Vegan Dinners section. But, on occasion, I will make myself an actual vegan lunch. Something like my Vegan Bagel Sandwich or a hot bowl of Miso Soup!

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Dinner Ideas

Vegan Dinner Recipes

For me, dinner is where the magic is at. It’s the time when my family all sits down together and catches up from the day. So, my efforts naturally lean toward vegan dinner ideas. My favorite vegan meals (in no particular order) are: Pho Chay, Vegan Baked Pasta and Thai Red Curry Ramen Noodle Bowls.

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Sauces and Vegan Condiments

Vegan Sauces & Condiments

While they’re not technically a meal, I didn’t want to overlook sauces and condiments. They’re integral to the vegan cooking experience. Sauces, like my Cashew Cream Sauce, make dishes like Vegan Fettuccini Alfredo and Black Bean & Sweet Potato Enchiladas possible.

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Seasonings & Vegan Garnishments

Vegan Seasonings & Garnishments

Similar to sauces and condiments, vegan seasonings and garnishments can add so much color and flavor to a dish. Take my Pickled Red Onions Recipe, for example. Seriously… they make the world go ‘round!

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Snacks and Vegan Appetizers

Vegan Appetizers & Vegan Snacks

Appetizers might be the best thing ever invented! I mean, seriously… an entire course meant exclusively to tease the taste buds? In this category, you’ll find delights like my Navy Bean Hummus – a luscious take on traditional chickpea hummus – and Baked Kale Chips.

Vegan Recipes by Mealtime Vegan Soup & Stew Recipes

Vegan Soup and Vegan Stew Recipes

Okay… I know I said vegan dinner is where the magic happens. And, I know that “soup” is technically not a mealtime. But I LOVE soup. Any time of year, I love soup. So, it’s only natural that I would create a separate category for it. My favorites: Roasted Cauliflower & White Bean Soup, Southwest Black Bean and Thai Red Curry Lemongrass Soup.

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About Herbivore’s Kitchen

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Herbivore’s Kitchen is a plant-based food blog started by me, a vegan home chef, aspiring food photographer and how-to-be-a-better-food-blogger junkie. You’ll mostly find creative and tasty vegan recipes and detailed deep dives into vegan ingredients (check out my Vegucation section) on my blog. I love knowing as much as I can about the food that I make. I’m also really into running a food blog as a business, so I’ve also got a section of my blog titled: Confessions of a Food Blogger where I get into the nitty gritty on how to build, manage, market and monetize a food blog.


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