Spiralized Vegan and Vegetarian Recipe Roundup

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

For all of my #poweredbyplants friends, today we have a vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup.

I miss veganism, I was actually just talking on Snapchat about how I wanted to give it another go, but wasn’t sure how it would affect this blog.

And then I tested a carnitas recipe.

I feel my best when I’m eating vegan, but I do have a hard time maintaining veganism. It definitely takes a lot of planning and prepping to eat a fully nutritional vegan diet.

The best part about veganism is that I always felt like I was eating a lot, all the time. Whether it was kale smoothies or big veggie burrito bowls, I always felt satisfied.

Alas, regardless of whether I go back to veganism, here’s today’s roundup:


spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Pesto Zucchini Pasta Salad with Green Beans and Potatoes
Top right: Sofrito Zucchini Pasta with Beans and Lightly Fried Plantains
Bottom left: Healthy Baked Onion “Rings”
Bottom right: Carrot Miso-Ginger Cucumber Noodles with Sunflower Seeds, Chickpeas, Kale, Avocado and Red Quinoa

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Vegetarian Zucchini Spaghetti Tacos
Top right: Jalapeno Carrot Rice Salad with Charred Peppers, Pepitas & Avocado-Tomato Salsa
Bottom left: Spicy Moroccan Chickpeas with Beet Noodles
Bottom right: Vegetarian Sweet Potato Rice & Bean Chili

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Winter Kale Vegetable Stew with Rutabaga Noodles
Top right: Thai Zucchini and Cucumber Noodle Collard Green Wraps with Almond Butter Sauce
Bottom left: Raw Beet Noodle and Rainbow Chard Salad with Avocado-Ranch Dressing
Bottom right: Easy Apple Noodle & Rhubarb Crisps

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Tortilla Soup with Jicama Noodles
Top right: Vegan Kale and Sweet Potato Noodle Caesar Salad with Crispy Spiced Chickpeas
Bottom left: Cacao Plantain Rice Balls with Pepitas
Bottom right: Spiralized Vegan Ramen Soup with Zucchini Noodles

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Raw Coconut-Mango Zucchini Noodles with Cashews
Top right: Spiralized Garlic-Paprika Sweet Potato “Fries”
Bottom left: Watermelon Gazpacho with Beet Noodles
Bottom right: French Lentil and Arugula Salad with Herbed Cashew Cheese

spiralized vegan and vegetarian recipe roundup

Top left: Vegan Creamy Ginger-Coconut Kale Zucchini Spaghetti
Top right: Kohlrabi Spaghetti alla Foriana
Bottom left: Mint-Ginger Kumquat, Bell Pepper and Cucumber Noodle Salad
Bottom right: Honey Ginger Tofu and Carrot Rice with Bok Choy

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  1. I too feel best on a vegan diet. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes! Thanks!

    • It’s a fantastic way to eat. We’re glad you’ll enjoy the roundup!

    • The animals for sure..feel better :)
      Veganism is not a diet. It is an ethical lifestyle that goes well beyond what is on the plate… if you guys are on and off… may I respectfully suggest you call your choice… plant based when you are making such choice. Eating the vegan way does not make one vegan.

  2. All of these are making me seriously drool <3 Especially those Miso-Ginger Cucumber Noodles! I've got to say that spiralizing has made it a lot easier for me since I went vegan to not always load up on carbs. Whenever I need a nourishing meal with lots of veggies without the carb load, I usually make a spiralizer bowl! Adding all of these to my dinner rotation :)

  3. If you’re looking for an extra push to go (even mostly) vegan, watch Earthlings. Watching the documentary opened my eyes to some horrific truths and pushed me even closer to a fully vegan lifestyle (I am already a vegetarian). I love your blog but I, personally, would love to see you go vegetarian/vegan again ;)

  4. Hi Ali -
    I have been eating flexatarian ( mostly vegan, sometime fish) for about 3 years now. I would LOVE to see more vegan/vegetarian inspiralized recipes. Any way I can get more nutrients into my diet would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your creativity and inspiration. And if I can be so bold as to say, this – I think you blog would survive ,even thrive with a vegan/veg slant. Yes, you may lose some current subscribers, but you’d gain new ones too. Wishing you the best no matter what you decide. Happy 2016.

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