Ther are so many meals that you can have for dinner, including breakfast foods! These recipes are all perfect to make for dinner, especially when you’re craving a hearty dinner that will not lack flavor. They range from burgers to risottos, to even eggplant roll-ups! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Black Bean Burgers
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This Black Bean Burgers by Helyn Dunn for your vegan burger-loving heart! Restaurant veggie burgers can often fall short of expectations. Luckily, making your own is pretty easy and it’s always have some on hand. They freeze well, too, so it’s really convenient to just take one out and let it thaw for lunch. These black bean burgers are loaded with flavor!
2. Fettuccine With Vegan Champagne Alfredo
3. Red Bean Meatloaf
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Red devils are large and tasty beans. They’re perfect for the base in this Red Bean Meatloaf by Valentina Chiappa! It’s got a great texture and savory taste. The perfect hearty vegan meal! Enjoy this vegan meatloaf in fairly thick slices at room temperature with vegan mayo with miso or soy sauce and ginger. This vegan meatloaf is delicious!
4. Sweet Potato, Poblano, and Black Bean Tacos
Sweet potato black bean tacos are a super delicious plant-based taco choice! These Sweet Potato, Poblano, and Black Bean Tacos by Nutritious Delicious: Turbocharge Your Favorite Recipes With 50 Everyday Superfoods are easy to make and full of protein. What’s not to love? Tacos are often focused on rich meats, but we wanted a delicious version that was all about vegetables. Our favorite combination turned out to be sweet potatoes and poblano chiles, which we seasoned with fragrant garlic, cumin, coriander, and oregano. Roasting produced caramelized exteriors and tender interiors. Try these sweet potato black bean tacos for your next lunch or dinner!
5. Peanut Tofu Stir-Fry
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Bursting with flavour and coated in a tasty peanut butter sauce, this Peanut Tofu Stir-Fry by Vicky Coates avoids excessive saturates and sugars found in many takeaway dishes! Tofu is such a great source of protein and when paired with the black bean spaghetti and peanut sauce you get a whopping 30g of Protein with this meal. It’s the perfect heathy alternative and doesn’t sacrifice any of the flavour. Everyone at the dinner table will want seconds of this peanut tofu stir-fry!
6. Tomato Orzo Risotto
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7. Mac and Cheese With Mushrooms, Peppers, and Spinach
This Mac and Cheese With Mushrooms, Peppers, and Spinach by Gin Butters is everything you love about homemade mac and cheese. The sauce is rich, creamy, not too thin, and not too thick. The addition of vegetables, especially mushrooms and bell peppers cooked in plenty of spices, amplifies the flavors even more. This dairy-free mac and cheese is everything you’ve ever wanted. Fair warning: make it once and you won’t be able to stop making it!
8. Mozzarella Quinoa Meatballs
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Trade meatballs in for something a little more wholesome (but just as filling) like these Mozzarella Quinoa Meatballs by Sara Hohn. Fluffy quinoa is rolled in flax seed, diced onion, garlic, herbs, and shredded vegan mozzarella, and then baked in the oven until brown. Serve on top of salad, in a sub, or with marinara and pasta.
9. Farmer’s Market Ratatouille With Chickpea Pancakes
These Farmer’s Market Ratatouille With Chickpea Pancakes by Kristen Genton are so tasty when stuffed with vegetables and makes this the perfect light lunch or dinner!
10. Eggplant Roll Ups with Hemp Basil Pesto
Looking for more dinner recipes? Check out these 15 Easy and Affordable Vegan Meal Ideas For Lunch and Dinner!
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