Just because plant-based eaters give up meat doesn’t mean they give up the grill too. In fact, there are tons of plant-based foods you can grill — just check out How to Grill Tasty Veggies Indoors and Outdoors if you’re new to grilling vegetables. Plus, grilling plant-based options takes less time and brings out their natural flavors, even without special seasonings and sauces.

So, if you’re having a get together anytime soon, be sure you check out our top grilled recipes that we think you’ll love. Not just vegan burgers and meat replacements, there’s a nice mix of everything here from appetizers to entrees all the way down to dessert.

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Enjoy and happy grilling!

1. Grilled Buffalo Tofu Po’ Boy With Apple Slaw

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A classic combination of savory, sweet, and tangy, this is a fantastic sandwich to make in the warmer months. Forget the mayo-based slaw and make yours with a vegan option instead. Dolloped on top of some protein-rich tofu, it makes a filling sandwich that’s pretty hard to beat!

 

2. Grilled Avocado With Roasted Tomatoes

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Sure to be a crowd pleaser, grilled avocados with tomatoes are a total win-win. The creamy avocados take on a whole new flavor once grilled, while the tomatoes add the perfect balance between sweet and savory. Be sure you have a whole lot of avocados on hand because you’ll definitely have requests for seconds with this recipe!

 

3. Grilled Vegan Apple Pie With Coconut Whipped Cream

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Whether you make these for dessert or for pure enjoyment during meal time, they’re a must-try! Nothing is better than grilled desserts, specifically with cinnamon and a side of something cold and creamy, like coconut whipped cream! These little apple pies are perfect for dipping and would even make a nice appetizer instead of dessert if you please.

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4. Grilled Tofu and Squash With Easy Chimichurri Sauce and Couscous

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Now, here’s a different way to enjoy tofu! This lovely grilled dish is packed with flavor and features a unique sauce that everyone can make. Sure, ketchup and mustard are classics we all love, but every once and awhile, it’s nice to try something new. If you don’t like couscous or don’t have any, just choose quinoa or rice instead. Just be sure you choose firm tofu to grill these; the softer varieties will fall apart on ya!

 

5. Grilled Seitan Kebabs With Creole Coconut Sauce

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Forget the chicken and steak kebabs! These protein-packed skewers are packed with flavor and completely meat-free! You can add any veggies you want to this, but don’t leave out the sauce … it’s the secret!

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6. Quinoa and White Bean Burger

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While many veggie burgers can be a little delicate to handle, this massive burger holds up to the grill quite nicely. Quinoa and white beans are both naturally binding and produce a easy-to-handle, meaty burger. What are you waiting for? Fire up the grill and have your burger veggie-style!

 

7. Spicy Balsamic Tofu Veggie Kababs

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If you’re not into seitan or don’t tolerate gluten (that seitan is made from), then be sure you give tofu a try for your kabobs instead. Choose firm, non-GMO tofu, and choose your favorite veggies to go on your kabobs too. You could also easily make these without tofu too and just sub in chopped sweet or regular potatoes for a soy-free option. The choice is yours!

 

8. Black Bean and Pecan Butter Sauce Over Grilled Eggplant and Sauteed Spinach

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A truly unique dish that’s sweet, savory, and packed with a meaty texture, this recipe is a must-try! Spinach and black beans are higher in protein than many other beans and greens, and eggplant is naturally low in carbohydrates. So, if you’re trying to eat a lower glycemic diet, definitely give these flavorful bites a try!

 

9. Hearty Lentil and Brown Rice Burger

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Lentils are one of most all plant-based eaters’ favorite protein sources, but if you’ve never tried them in a burger, you’re missing out. They hold up well, pack a meaty texture, and keep you full. Using rice will help bind these burgers together, and the result is a truly hearty burger that satisfies you for hours. Topped with your favorite sauces, this one is a win!

10. Southwestern Vegan Grilled ‘Cheese’ Sandwich

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For the kiddies or adults who just love a mean grilled cheese, what better recipe could you ask for? Filled with some spice, and gooey vegan cheese that’s surprisingly really good, this vegan grilled ‘cheese’ sandwich will have everyone wondering why they ever went for the dairy cheese to begin with.

Now, what are you waiting for!?? Whip out the tongs, fire up the grill, and let’s get cooking this spring and summer!

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