It is a fact of life that those who choose to eat vegan often get a bad rep. Boring dishes that contain little more than lettuce and lentils with little flavour or intrigue.
However, if you ask any vegan about their diet they are likely to tell you that instead of it being bland they have a wide variety of tasty dishes in their cookbook that not only taste great but that are good for their bodies too.
Tofu and Spinach Quiche
When you think of quiche you are likely to think of plenty of egg, bacon and cheese to get that summer perfect flavour. But the truth is that you can make a delicious vegan friendly quiche that could even surprise meat eaters!
It is also packed full of powerful veggies that will give you a vitamin and iron boost!
Who said that a hearty, creamy bake can’t be created in a vegan friendly way? This particular recipe shows that sometimes even vegans can indulge themselves in a touch of comfort food. This bake is easy to put together and once popped in the oven is a warming dinner with just a hint of spice!
Beany breakfast sausage patties
Sometimes you just want something hearty and tasty for breakfast that will not only taste great but also will give you enough protein to get you started for the day. These patties are not only delicious but they are also ideal for those who want the first meal of the day one that gets you going!
Thai Peanut Noodle Bowl
It may seem that there is a lot of effort taken to create vegan dishes, but there are plenty of recipes out there that you can whip up in no time at all. This noodle bowl is easy to get ready and thanks to the fact that it tastes so good it will also disappear just as quickly!
Chocolate and Banana Ice Cream
When it comes to pudding you might think that vegans are missing out! But there is a way that you can create a delicious frozen dessert that will please fans of even the creamiest of ice cream. All you need is cocoa powder and frozen bananas. What could be simpler than that?
So why not check out these amazing recipes and see if they can tempt you to indulge yourself in a bit of vegan living if only for one day a week?