Avocado lovers, feast your eyes on these swoon-worthy vegan avocado recipes!
Who needs meat or dairy when you have avocados? This satiating fruit is all you could want.
They’re packed with potassium, fiber, and healthy fats. Not to mention, they’re super filling.
Rich and creamy, avocados are like nature’s butter. So it’s not surprising that avocado toast became a thing.
But why stop there?
These vegan avocado recipes will take you beyond the trend and show you just how incredible this fruit can be.
Tofu wraps are just an excuse to eat this pesto avocado cream sauce. It’s one of those sauces that you can’t stop thinking about.
Creamy, fresh, and zesty, it’s a brilliant use of avocados and silken tofu for that matter.
While you can use it for a multitude of things, it’s a nice contrast to the spiced tofu.
Where has this avocado pasta been all my life?!
If you’re looking for a clever use of avocados or want healthy pasta, this one has just what you need.
It smothers penne in a creamy plant-based sauce featuring avocadoes, garlic, and spinach.
It’s an easy way to get more greens into your diet, and it takes 20 minutes.
I know some of you might still be skeptical about baking with avocados. So let this chocolate cake persuade you.
I’m not kidding when I say it’s moist and fudgy!
Part of that is thanks to the avocado. The other part is an ingenious use of chia seeds and chocolate.
Gluten-free and vegan, it’s a healthy dessert chocoholics can feel less guilty about eating.
If you’re trying to eat more plant-based, lunch meat is definitely out of the equation.
Luckily, this green goddess sandwich is totally vegan-approved.
The protein-rich filling features smashed chickpeas, avocado, vegan mayo, red onion, mustard, and jalapeño.
Slap that in between whole wheat bread with spinach, and your lunch is good to go.
There are all sorts of different kinds of fries out there. Tater tots, sweet potato, loaded, curly, the list goes on and on.
But did you know that avocado fries are a thing? It’s true!
The breadcrumbs give the outside a crispy consistency while the inside is undeniably creamy.
And since they’re air fried, they’re healthy, too!
Now all you need is a sauce for dipping. Ketchup and aioli may be standard, but those won’t do.
A snack like this deserves a legit West Coast sauce like In-N-Out’s Secret Sauce.
Feeling experimental? Get wild with your cheesecake and try this whimsical flavor.
I know vegan and cheesecake sound contradictory. However, I assure you this one is dairy-free.
The crust is chocolatey, coconutty, and naturally sweet.
Then, there’s the filling that infuses coconut cream with avocado, limes, and maple syrup.
There’s nothing quite like it!
You know the avocado fries I mentioned earlier? You could also double down on the avocado and pair them with this.
Really, though, it goes with any type of fries among a myriad of things.
Velvety smooth and egg-free, it’s a dreamy aioli that takes just 5 minutes.
I’m not one to give up real cheese in my mac and cheese.
But this stuff is good. I mean, like really good.
The tender macaroni is utterly smothered in creamy cashew avocado cheese. It’s definitely different, but seriously comforting.
Plus, it’s healthy. So you can feel good about serving it to the family.
I can’t tell you how often I eat this pasta. It’s too good not to make it all the time.
Zoodles cut down on the carbs and the zesty avocado sauce coats it in deliciousness.
For a little burst of flavor, add blistered cherry tomatoes and parmesan cheese on top.
Tea time, garden parties, or coffee with friends, this vegan cake is one for sharing.
Unlike pound cake, it’s very fluffy. And the combo of salty pistachios, creamy avocado, and lemon makes it unique.
So does the lovely decoration of rose petals and pistachios!
Bright and sweet, you and your friends will adore this treat.
Sushi rolls without raw fish may not sound as enticing. That is unless they’re packed with avocado!
These are some of the easiest rolls you can make at home. And you won’t have to worry about handling raw fish.
Who wants a smoothie? I know I do!
This is one of those power breakfast smoothies that will leave you full until lunch.
Avocado and banana make it super thick.
Add protein powder, greens, and unsweetened almond milk to pack it with extra nutrients.
Avocados are super creamy and so is ice cream.
So putting the two together is a no-brainer!
This frozen dessert is remarkably easy to make vegan-friendly.
Just substitute the dairy for coconut milk and coconut cream.
This is not your typical potato salad. But that’s kind of what makes it so great.
Don’t get me wrong, I love an old-fashioned potato salad as much as the next person.
However, I also love innovative food creations and this one is crave-worthy. Plus, it’s good for you, too.
Choosing a favorite kind of taco is like choosing a favorite dessert. There are just too many options to explore!
So while I can’t choose a favorite, I can say this one tops my list of vegan tacos.
Bundled inside a warm tortilla are avocado fries, quick pickled onions, refried beans, cilantro, and spicy mayo.
My stomach is growling already!
Avocado soup is a bit indulgent, but avocado lovers won’t mind one bit.
It’s one of the creamiest, thickest soups around.
For the vegan version, replace heavy cream with coconut milk and swap the chicken broth for veggie.
Brownies are a prime example of what avocados can do for your baked goods.
They give them a fudgy texture without distracting too much from the flavor.
Gooey and chocolatey, nobody can resist these vegan brownies.
Searching for an eggless breakfast that’s also plant-based? Try this vegan benedict.
Like the classic breakfast, it has an English muffin and hollandaise sauce.
The twist is you replace the egg with avocado and use non-dairy substitutions in the sauce.
And the Canadian bacon? It’s tofu!
If you like your smoothies uber thick, it doesn’t get any more viscous than this.
Avocados, canned coconut milk, maple syrup, and lemon zest come together for one remarkably creamy and revitalizing smoothie.
Grab a spoon, as you’ll need it.
This mousse is perfect for when you want something light and sweet.
It’s creamy, full of chocolate, and completely plant-based.
Use any non-dairy milk you like. I’m a fan of full-fat coconut milk for a better texture.
Also, double check that you’re using vegan chocolate.
Grab the chips because you won’t want to miss this dip!
Creamy, cheesy, limey, and spicy, this jalapeño dip was made for entertaining.
It takes 10 minutes to pull together and will have everyone hovering over it at a party.
But your friends will never guess it’s dairy-free.
I can’t believe I haven’t talked about this leafy vegan salad yet!
After all, salads are one of the simplest vegan dishes to add avocado to. And this one does so impeccably.
Every bite is a mouthful of garden-fresh flavors that range from creamy to zesty to bitter.
Plus, just look at how all those ingredients pop!
They say the more colorful plate the better, and this one has a rainbow of colors.
Every once in a while you come across a life-changing recipe. Friends, this is one of those.
This creamy zingy condiment is like what sour cream is to Mexican food. You’ll just want to slather it all over everything!
And by all means, do. It’s good for you.
A slice of this cake will perk anyone right up. It’s a bright vegan dessert that’s heavy on the lemon flavor and blueberry sauce.
But where’s the avocado? It’s mashed up inside.
It’s a healthy alternative to butter that just so happens to be vegan-friendly.
I’m a big fan of cold soups when it’s hot outside. While there are many to love, this one has me hooked.
It’s a five-ingredient soup that’s creamy and refreshing.
Plus, you don’t even have to turn on the stove. It’s as simple as blending like a smoothie.
Sorry, I have to go. I think my soup is ready.
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