7 Recipes To Try For World Vegan Month

Mother and daughter cooking a vegan meal together in the kitchen.

November marks World Vegan Month! An entire month in which vegans across the planet gather to celebrate their plant-based lifestyle. What is Veganism? Veganism is a cruelty-free lifestyle that is completely plant-based which means they do not eat animal products such as meat, dairy, eggs, and honey. And some vegans do not purchase animal products whatsoever like leather or fur. While you don’t have to be completely vegan to celebrate World Vegan Month, eating more plant-based foods is better for you, the environment, and the animals. Here’s seven recipes you can try for World Vegan Month.

White bean and kale bruschetta.

Tuscan Kale & White Bean Bruschetta

In this classic Tuscan combination, kale and white beans are whirled into a spread for this easy bruschetta recipe. Serve on crostini, toss it with pasta for an appetizer, use it as a panini spread or stir the bruschetta topping into a bowl of vegetable soup.

Vegan peanut butter and chia seed bites.

Peanut Butter Oat Energy Bites

Sweet, sticky dates act as the glue for these no-bake energy balls. Perfect for hikes or during sports, this healthy snack travels well. For the best flavor and texture, use Medjool dates—the largest and most luscious date variety. Look for them in the produce department or near other dried fruits.

Vegan pancakes served with maple syrups and berries.

Vegan Pancakes

Make classic light and fluffy pancakes vegan with this easy recipe. Try them topped with your favorite nut butter, maple syrup and fresh berries for a satisfying breakfast.

Vibrant vegan vegetable soup.

Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

This easy soup recipe cooks up quickly thanks to the use of an electric pressure cooker or multicooker, like the Instant Pot. It packs in tons of filling veggies without packing on the calories. Plus, it happens to be entirely plant-based.

Vegan tofu and cucumber salad with spicy peanut dressing.

Tofu Cucumber Salad with Spicy Peanut Dressing

Making tofu tastier can be as simple as tossing it in a knockout sauce like this Sichuan-inspired peanut dressing. To make this cucumber salad recipe a meal, add rice noodles and double the dressing. Serve with an extra drizzle of sesame oil and sliced scallions.

Vegan kung pao tempeh with fresh vegetables.

Kung Pao Tempeh

Tempeh, a popular meat substitute made from soybeans, is stir-fried with fresh vegetables and Culinary Tours kung pao sauce. Together they make a truly irresistible stir fry! Serve with rice and sprinkle on sesame seeds for a final touch.

Vegan chocolate overnight oats.

5-Ingredient Chocolate Overnight Oats

Just 5 ingredients makes a seriously satisfying grab and go breakfast! Combine Stater Bros. old fashioned oats, Full Circle Market almond milk, maple syrup, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract. Then add your favorite toppings as a garnish.

We hope these delicious plant-based recipes have inspired you to try more vegan dishes this month. Stop by the weekly ad to see this week’s deals on produce and plant-based foods.

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