I don’t really like the word “diet” as in “I’m going on a diet”. It’s too restrictive and it feels like something temporary you have to get through. I try to focus on eating healthy vegan food that nourishes my body every day rather than dieting. When I stick to non-processed plant-based food (like my Green Power Bowl), I don’t have to diet!
Sometimes I get in a rut or indulge too much (like I did over the holidays) and need to reset, so I asked my blogger friends to share their favorite healthy, yet tasty recipes with me. If you need some inspiration too, here are 30 Healthy Vegan Recipe Ideas from myself and other bloggers just for you!
30 Healthy Vegan Recipe Ideas
Green Chia Pudding from Veggies Save the Day
Oats and Pumpkin Breakfast Cookies from Food, Pleasure and Health
Three Delicious Ways to start your day with Muesli from Oh, Ladycakes
Chickpea Scramble from Tasting Page
Warm Winter Cranberry Oatmeal from Well Vegan
Beet and Avocado Open-Faced Sandwich from Oat & Sesame
Creamy Vegan Potato Leek Soup from Vegan Huggs
Raw Super Sprouts Pad Thai Salad from Veganosity
Warm Lentil Detox Salad from The Mostly Vegan
The Ultimate Taco Salad from Vegetarian Gastronomy
Low Carb Zucchini Ravioli from Veggies Don’t Bite
Cauliflower Risotto by Fork and Beans
Tofu Burger from Broke Foodies
Roasted Brussels, Sprouts Chickpeas & Rice from Rock My Vegan Socks
Tumeric, Cauliflower Rice, Chickpeas, Black Pepper Hummus Bowl from Vegan Richa
Vegan Tiramisu with Strawberries by Vegan Heaven
Super Seedy Power Cookies by A Virtual Vegan
Creamy Avocado Hummus from Yumsome
Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potatoes by Serving Realness
Aquafaba Chocolate Mousse from Vanilla Crunch
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Like my 30 Healthy Vegan Recipes Roundup? It would be so wonderful if you could give it some love by sharing!
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Mary Ellen Valverde MS, CNS, LDN is a Licensed Nutritionist and Certified Nutrition Specialist. By uniting her functional nutrition education with her passion for plants, Mary Ellen offers a completely holistic and science-based approach to designing a healthy, plant-based life.
When she’s not working with clients or creating new vegan meals for her blog, you can find Mary Ellen doting on her two rescue shih tzus, creating the perfect vegan mac & cheese, or exploring the world with her husband.