Our top 10 easy and quick vegetable recipes from May 2022!

Save time in the kitchen with these quick and easy vegan dishes to spend more time with the family. All of these quick vegan meals take 30 minutes or less to make!

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1. Mediterranean Orzo Salad

Vegan Mediterranean Orzo Salad

Source: Mediterranean Orzo Salad

This Mediterranean orzo salad from Dominique Ebra is a wonderful side dish or a great dish to share with friends!

2. Peach and Cream Overnight Oats

Vegan Peach and Cream Overnight Oatmeal

Source: Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats

These Tara Weir Peach and Cream Overnight Oats offer that wonderful creamy peach goodness we all love, plus loads of micronutrients, probiotics, fiber, healthy fats, and protein too!

3. Blueberry banana chia smoothie

Vegan smoothie with blueberries, bananas and chia

Source: Blueberry, Banana, and Chia Smoothie

This delicious smoothie is made with blueberries, banana, almond milk and chia for a nutritional boost. This blueberry, banana and chia smoothie from Lena Ropp is topped with a sprinkle of sesame and pumpkin seeds for a healthy dose of omega-3s. And do you like these pretty hearts simply made of strawberries and dates?

4. Eggplant and Pepper Caponata

Vegan eggplant and pepper caponata

Source: Eggplant and Pepper Caponata

Caponata, a vegetable dish made with eggplant and peppers, is easy to make as you just have to chop everything up, add it to the pan in stages and let it cook. You get that creamy richness from eggplant, the slight sweetness from peppers, the saltiness from capers, and a ton of freshness from all the herbs! It’s a delicious and simple dish that anyone can make…yes, anyone! This eggplant and pepper caponata by Kristen Genton is completely customizable, so feel free to experiment with additions – some people add sweet vinegar, olives or beans, and sometimes sugar, to offset the spiciness of the vinegar and capers. No matter how you want to eat it, it will be delicious.

5. Tofu and Cheese Croissant Rolls

Vegan rolls with scrambled cheese and tofu

Source: Tofu and Cheese Croissant Rolls

The comforting smell of freshly baked croissants on a Sunday morning. These Jeunesse Pouchet Cheese and Tofu Croissants and a hot cup of coffee or tea are all you need for a nice, easy morning.

6. Morning smoothie

Vegan morning smoothie

Source: Morning Smoothie

When you get up, your body “breaks the fast” of sleep. This is why the first meal is called breakfast. Your body is in a very delicate state at this stage and needs to be led gently in its encounter with food. It is crucial to have a very light and easily digestible breakfast to start the day. This Morning Cleanse smoothie from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is the perfect way to do it!

7. Vegetable spring roll

Vegan vegetable spring roll

Source: Vegetable Spring Roll

This vegetable spring roll from SC Chuang is so good even without condiments or sauces. I must say that you need time to make them at home! Nothing beats fresh homemade spring rolls with your favorite toppings. So crispy on the outside with tender, juicy and spicy shredded vegetables.

8. Green Avocado Lime Smoothie

Vegan green smoothie with avocado and lime

Source: Green Avocado Lime Smoothie

A simple green avocado-lime smoothie recipe. This Green Avocado Lime Smoothie from Caroline Doucet is nutritious, filling and perfect for breakfast or a satisfying snack. It’s made with a handful of ingredients, including a frozen banana, avocado, spinach, hemp hearts, lime, and plant milk.

9. Cauliflower porridge with apple, blackberry and cocoa filling

Vegan Cauliflower Porridge with Apple, Blackberry and Cocoa Topping

Source: Cauliflower porridge with apple, blackberry and cocoa filling

Using cauliflower as a substitute for rice or cereal flakes in different recipes works great, although depending on the recipe, it may require additional flavoring. In this cauliflower porridge with apple, blackberry and cocoa filling from Solla Eiriksdottir, use cauliflower instead of oats or other cereal flakes. To keep the cauliflower flavor from coming out, I use pandan leaves, which have this fantastic scent, and work magic in both sweet and savory dishes. They give a wonderful aroma of vanilla and coconut with a hint of grass. Native to South India, Southeast Asia, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, they are used to sweeten or flavor dishes in a simple way. You can find them both fresh and frozen at Asian food stores, but if you can’t get them, use coconut milk as a plant milk base and add an extra teaspoon of vanilla extract. .

Recipe text credit: taken (or adapted) from VEGAN AT HOME © 2022 by Solla Eiríksdóttir. Reproduced with permission from Phaidon. All rights reserved.

10. Creamy Mushroom Lentils with Barley and Spinach

Vegan Creamy Mushroom Lentils with Barley and Spinach

Source: Creamy Mushroom Lentils with Barley and Spinach

This dish of Creamy Mushroom Lentils with Barley and Spinach from Julie Zimmer is so delicious, all prepared in a pot or deep skillet! Completely plant-based and packed with nutritious ingredients like mushrooms, lentils, barley, and tons of fresh spinach, one bowl is a complete immune-boosting and energizing meal.

Learn how to cook plant-based meals at home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergic, gut health, and After! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, cancerand Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.

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