These vegan artichoke recipes will be your next craving and your newest obsession.
If you love all veggies, you can’t leave artichokes off the list.
Artichokes seem intimidating to work with but don’t be scared!
Once you get to know all the ways they can be used, you’ll keep them stocked.
If you’re an artichoke beginner, you can experiment with canned or jarred artichoke hearts.
They’re soft and easy to eat and prepare.
That being said, with a few simple steps, anybody can prepare perfect chokes from scratch!
These vegan artichoke recipes are the perfect starting point.
What better way to start off this artichoke list than with creamy, delectable pasta? Vegan doesn’t mean boring.
This pasta is packed with tender mushrooms.
The sauce is made with artichokes and sage and you won’t believe the flavor.
Add sunchokes to this luscious pasta for even more flavor.
They’re similar to artichoke hearts and will add an earthy nuttiness to the pasta.
For a light lunch with tons of flavor, try this roasted artichoke salad.
The artichokes are roasted to perfection. They get a nice crispy char on them and they’re tender on the inside.
Plus, the flavor of this sesame seed vinaigrette is heavenly.
It’s tangy, savory, and has a hint of sweetness from the maple syrup.
One of my personal, all-time favorite artichoke recipes is definitely artichoke dip.
However, most of the time, it’s filled with cheese and can be somewhat heavy.
This vegan dip is all flavor with none of the dairy. It’s garlicky, creamy, and surprisingly cheesy!
With just nine ingredients, you’ll dig into this incredible dip in no time.
Grab your favorite chips, crackers, bread, or a spoon, and enjoy!
Roasted artichoke halves are the perfect appetizer or snack.
They’re fun to eat and delicious to dunk in your favorite sauce.
Brush each half with a few simple seasonings and some oil and lemon juice.
Then, roast them until they’re tender on the inside.
Scraping the meat off of each leaf is a childhood memory that will stick with me forever.
These yummy artichoke halves are a must-try!
This recipe for lemon garlic roasted artichokes will blow you away.
And you only need six ingredients for this incredibly flavorful dish.
Lemon juice gives these chokes a bright and zesty flavor while garlic adds a little spice.
Plus, breadcrumbs are the ultimate crispy addition.
Dip the leaves in your favorite vegan aioli and you’ll be hooked!
This sophisticated dish is divine. It’s a comforting meal or starter that will leave you surprised and satisfied.
Soups are one of my favorite ways to add veggies to a meal and this is no exception.
It’s packed with vibrant flavors and gorgeous colors. Just switch the dairy in this recipe for vegan yogurt and you’re set!
Top the soup with frizzled artichokes for a better-than-croutons addition you’ll crave.
Artichokes can also be used as vegan substitutes for other dishes!
These vegan crab cakes are a trick up your herbivore’s sleeve that everybody will love.
They’re tender on the inside and crisp on the outside.
Combine chickpeas, artichokes, veggies, herbs, and of course, Old Bay seasoning.
You’ll love how easy they are to make, and even seafood lovers will be impressed.
Tackle the lunch cravings with this “tuna” salad. This simple swap has all of the satisfaction without the fish.
I think artichokes are the perfect tuna substitute. They’re meaty, shredded, and tender. Yum!
Enjoy this “tuna” salad between two slices of your favorite bread or in a lettuce wrap!
The flaky texture of artichoke hearts makes it a fantastic seafood swap.
This fried “fish” dish is going to be your new favorite vegan hack.
Canned artichokes will give you that wonderfully flaky texture and they fry up perfectly!
You use this recipe to make so many meals.
Try vegan fish tacos, dip them in a delectable sauce, or serve up some “fish” and chips.
Fried artichoke hearts make a delightful appetizer for any meal or party.
Artichoke hearts are super tender, and when covered in a crispy, crunchy shell, they’re heaven.
This recipe also features a creamy lemon garlic aioli for dipping.
Whatever the occasion, these will disappear before you know it.
Vegan lemon artichoke pasta reminds me of summer and sunshine.
Bright lemon flavors with a meaty artichoke and creamy pasta make for a dream in a dish.
This pasta is packed with flavor and the artichokes make it uber-delectable and tasty.
This quick and easy pasta only requires seven ingredients and is ready in 30 minutes.
You’ll want to add it to your weeknight rotation.
Another recipe highlighting the artichoke itself is this roasted artichoke dish with vegan garlic butter.
Artichokes are earthy and tender and go so well with this buttery sauce.
They make a wonderful and impressive appetizer that everyone can enjoy.
If you’re looking for a simple approach to tasty artichokes, this is it.
But don’t worry, you won’t miss out on any flavor.
If you love veggie pizza, you’ll love this homemade recipe.
This pie is topped with tons of tender seasonal veggies and lots of irresistible pesto sauce.
Don’t forget the baby artichokes. Trust me, you’ll dream of this pizza.
Plus, you can use this homemade pesto recipe for all kinds of other dishes!
We already know spinach, artichokes, and creamy sauce go together impeccably well.
However, this gnocchi recipe turns it up a few notches.
You’ll have a hard time convincing your friends this is dairy-free because it’s just so creamy.
This pillowy gnocchi is a show-stopping dish that will leave everyone with artichoke heart eyes.
Casseroles make amazing meals for so many occasions.
From potlucks. to holidays, to weekends with friends, this dish will be a go-to.
Quinoa has tons of protein so this dish is loaded with the good stuff. It’s creamy, flavorful, and healthy!
Don’t forget, spinach is a superfood. You can trust you’re getting a meal that’s delicious and good for you.
Another casserole dish filled with your favorite duo is this simple recipe.
Beans add protein and artichokes are meaty and filling. Plus, spinach has tons of vitamins and minerals.
I love that you can just dump it all into a dish and bake it. Does it get any easier?
Stuffed artichokes? I’m in!
Not only are these literally stuffed with tons of flavorful ingredients, but they’re also paleo and vegan!
A crispy, cheesy, and garlic-filled mixture gets loaded between the artichoke leaves. You’re in for a truly unique dish.
Make these for your next date night at home, and I guarantee they’ll be impressed.
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