10 of our Favorite WFPB Dinner Recipes from other food blogs

Looking for new dinner ideas? These are a few from the blogosphere that we have gone back to over and over again. They are tried and true keepers that deserve to be shared! For many of them, I skip any oil the recipe calls for or replace it with water. Let me know which ones you try! Click the recipe titles to be linked to the recipes!

Crunchy Thai Peanut and Quinoa Salad  

from the Frugal Vegan cookbook

You're going to love this colorful, crunchy Thai peanut quinoa salad! It's made with carrots, cabbage, snow peas, and quinoa, tossed in a delicious peanut sauce. It packs great for lunch. Vegan and gluten free. cookieandkate.com

I LOVE this salad and all the aromatics while making it–cilantro, lime, ginger, green onions. Definitely always make a double batch. It could be a side dish, but I usually make it for dinner and enjoy leftovers for lunch for a couple days.

 Red Pepper Cashew Pasta

from Pinch of Yum

Red Pepper Cashew Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower on a grey plate.

This recipe is so simple and uses just a few pantry ingredients + cauliflower. The sauce is so bright and cheery from the roasted peppers and tomato sauce. Super delicious!

 Classic Minestrone Soup

from Cookie and Kate

vegan minestrone soup recipe made with vegetable broth and no cheese

This is one of the easiest, yummiest ways to eat a lot of vegetables. I like to serve this to people who love meat, because it’s so delicious that the lack of meat is the last thing on anyone’s mind.

Black Bean Avocado Enchiladas

from The Garden Grazer

These enchiladas are packed with a variety of textures and flavors, and the homemade enchilada sauce is a game changer! I used to always buy canned enchilada sauce, but Kaitlin at the Garden Grazer blog taught me how easy it is to make it from scratch, and it’s so delicious that I’ve never looked back.

Bangkok Coconut Curry Noodle Bowls

from Pinch of Yum

These Bangkok Coconut Curry Noodle Bowls with brown rice noodles are healthy and easy - can be made vegetarian, vegan, or gluten free! | pinchofyum.com

This is a stunning recipe that I was somewhat addicted to for a few months. I mean, how do you not love it when vegetables taste SO good?! Use brown rice or brown rice noodles to keep it whole-food.

Thai Sweet Potato Carrot Soup

from The Recipe Runner

Thai Sweet Potato Carrot Soup is creamy, sweet, a little spicy and full of flavor! A healthy and filling soup that is sure to warm you up on a cold day. {Vegan, Gluten-free and Paleo}

This soup is….WOW. So rich, creamy, filling, and unique! Not to mention stunningly beautiful. It puts carrots and sweet potatoes at a whole new level of fancy. We made this several times this winter and are not stopping.

White Bean Chili

from Feeding your Beauty


This soup is one of our all-time favorite soup recipes. Who knew that you don’t need cream cheese OR chicken to have amazingly yummy white chili?


 Green Chili Veggie Burgers

from Minimalist Baker

Gluten-free vegan Green Chili Veggie Burgers on buns with delicious toppings

I love pretty much any veggie burger, but what I like about this recipe is that it’s not labor-intensive. There is almost no chopping involved. They are devoured by both veggie-burger-likers and real-burger-likers. (Sub bread crumbs for tortilla chips if you want to keep it oil-free).

 Thai Red Curry

from Cookie and Kate

This red Thai curry recipe is just as good as your favorite Thai restaurant's! cookieandkate.com

Can you tell I love everything Thai and curry-ish?  This is our favorite make-at-home Thai curry. It is versatile enough to use up whatever vegetables you already have. 10/10 recommend!


by Forks over Knives

Image result for forks over knives yamadillas

These are one of my favorite quick-ish meals to make. Bake a yam in the microwave for a few minutes, and you’re almost done! These are so delicious.

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  1. I was just getting ready to head out the door to the grocery store for my weekly shopping, shopping list in hand,when I looked at this email. I had to sit right down and change my list so we could eat some of these!!

  2. Love this post! I have now tried almost all of them and they are definitely winners. Thank you for passing them on!

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