Thanks to these vegan broccoli recipes, you won’t have to worry about what to make for dinner.
Because with this list, you’re set for the whole month!
Broccoli is vibrant, fun, and loaded with nutritional benefits.
Plus, it’s super versatile! From raw and steamed to pureed and grilled, you really can’t go wrong.
And because it’s also affordable and available all year, it makes for a fantastic go-to ingredient, whether you’re vegan or not.
These vegan broccoli recipes are family-friendly and even kid-approved.
So, get your pans and pots ready because it’s time to broc and roll!
30 Mouth-Watering Vegan Broccoli Recipes
One of the best ways to highlight the greatness of broccoli is with this stir-fry.
Between the chickpeas and seasonings, the broccoli’s crunch and freshness really shine through here.
If you’re not a fan of broccoli’s grassy flavor, don’t worry, you won’t taste it in this dish.
What you’ll taste here is the sweet and sticky glaze coating the veg. Yum!
This recipe gives bland broccoli a bright and lemony makeover!
Seasoned with garlic, spices, and a splash of lemon juice, this dish is showered with a whole lot of flavor.
The florets are then roasted in the oven, bringing out their natural flavor. And that texture doesn’t hurt, either!
If you’re looking for a cozy vegan recipe to warm your belly in the winter, this broccoli soup won’t disappoint.
It’s rich, creamy, and jam-packed with protein and vegetables. It goes to show that comfort food doesn’t always have to be sinful.
Top tip: garnish the soup with vegan bacon and dairy-free sour cream to make it more decadent.
Adding broccoli to pasta is such a quick way to amp up the nutritional value of your dinner – without sacrificing flavor, of course.
A lovely combo of al dente penne and crunchy broccoli, this pasta dish will delight your taste buds with its playful textures.
And while the sauce may sound simple – olive oil, vegan butter, garlic, and lemon – I assure you it’s the bomb.
This is just like classic Chinese beef and broccoli – but without the beef!
But with three meat replacement options, you won’t miss the meat one bit.
They all work beautifully, so you just need to decide if you like shiitake mushrooms, tempeh, or tofu best.
That said, it’s not really the protein or the broccoli that makes this vegan dish so incredible. It’s all in the sauce.
A mix of oyster and soy sauce, black vinegar, rice wine, and other Asian condiments, it’s beyond heavenly.
If you’re pressed for time but still want to deliver a bombshell of a dinner, this sheet-pan dish has you covered.
The goodness of chickpeas, broccoli, spinach, carrots, and potatoes come together in one pan for a hearty, tasty, and colorful meal.
Just throw everything together and pop it in the oven. It doesn’t get any easier than that.
Got 15 minutes? Then you can whip up this scrummy vegan broccoli salad!
A colorful combination of broccoli, carrots, onion, radishes, cranberries, almonds, and sunflower seeds, this salad is beauty in a bowl.
And even without the usual mayo dressing, this side dish still delivers in spades.
The sweet and tangy mustard and maple vinaigrette ensures it’s light, refreshing, and delicious.
You probably think going vegan means giving up creamy pasta. But nope, you absolutely don’t have to.
Take this pasta dish, for example. It’s coated with a rich sauce of pureed broccoli, cashews, nutritional yeast, and lemon.
With this recipe, you’ll create the same flavors and textures of a cream-based sauce without any dairy. Pretty neat, huh?
This one-pot stew will satisfy your hunger like no other!
The quinoa and sweet potatoes make it extra hearty and filling. Then, you’ll add broccoli florets, tomatoes, and lime juice to keep it nice and light.
Their fresh flavors counterbalance the heaviness of the carbs, resulting in a well-balanced dish.
10. Best Vegan Pizza
Yes, staying vegan and enjoying a good pizza is possible. And this recipe is all it takes.
Instead of the usual marinara, you’ll make a dreamy, creamy cashew dressing for the sauce. Mmm.
For the toppings, broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes, corn, jalapeños, and basil bring it to life.
Every ingredient contributes a fun color, flavor, and texture to the dish, creating one heck of a pizza.
Here’s another pizza recipe that’ll satisfy your vegan taste buds.
With pesto sauce and a crust made of broccoli and chickpea flour, it’s fair to say this pizza is very plant-forward.
The toppings include asparagus, zucchini, leafy greens, and green onions. It’s all green, and it’s all good.
This sandwich is heavily packed with sautéed broccoli rabe and a smoky-savory cheese tahini sauce.
You might think it a bit odd to have just greens in your sandwich, but trust me, it’s worth trying.
The combo of veggies and creamy tahini offers wonderfully unique textures.
Plus, the garlic, red wine vinegar, and spices pack the broccoli rabe with a punch of flavor. Delish!
The thought of broccoli in tacos may not be appealing to some. But still, I urge you to give this recipe a try.
You see, this isn’t just any ordinary broccoli filling, folks.
The florets are dredged with batter and Panko bread crumbs and then baked to crispy golden perfection.
But that’s not all!
You’ll cover those little nuggets in a sweet and smoky BBQ sauce. Are you drooling too, or is it just me?
These enchiladas are filled with roasted sweet potatoes, broccoli, spinach, and vegan cheese.
They’re wrapped up and topped with a blanket of queso sauce, which despite being vegan, is unbelievably rich, creamy, and decadent.
I mean, need I say more?
Okay! If you want to amp up the heat, garnish the casserole with jalapeños for a spicy kick.
Hosting your best vegan friends for dinner? Why not serve these crudités as a scrumptious appetizer?
This hummus is extra special because, aside from the chickpeas, it also features broccoli.
Together, they create a creamy dip that’s equally delicious and nutritious.
And don’t you just love the color! It’s beautifully green without being too much (read: artificial).
Loaded with broccoli, carrots, and potatoes, this soup is high in flavor and even higher in nutrients.
It’s also ridiculously cheesy. But surprisingly, it doesn’t have cheese at all.
The secret lies in raw cashews and nutritional yeast. Together, these ingredients can transform any bland vegan dish into something indulgent.
And while it tastes like you worked hard on it, you’ll barely have to work at all! This soup comes together in just 30 minutes.
Have you ever had a super addictive vegan dish? You’re about to!
These golden cakes are crunchy, crispy, and bursting with savory flavors. But, trust me, one isn’t enough, so doubling the recipe would be smart.
Oh, and while the cakes are tasty enough on their own, they get ten times more addictive when you add one of these sauces for broccoli!
They’re not all vegan, but many are. And most of the others can easily be made vegan with a few simple swaps.
This recipe is proof that broccoli needs very little to make it fantastic.
All you’ll need here is to roast the florets and top them in cheese sauce. It’s simple, but it delivers big flavors.
Traditional tater tots are great, but they’re not as epic as these bad boys!
These golden nuggets are crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside, and just pure awesome through and through.
Combining the flavors of broccoli, vegan cheese, and nutritional yeast, they’re heaven in every bite.
The recipe comes with a dip, too! Loaded with garlic, maple, lemon, and herbs, it’s just as scrumptious as the tots.
Tortilla wraps don’t have to be packed with meat to taste good, you know?
These wraps, for instance, only include kale, broccoli, avocado, and hummus, yet they’re beyond delicious.
The fresh flavors of the kale and broccoli, plus the creaminess of avocado and hummus work wonderfully in creating a well-balanced dish.
These broccoli bites are insanely delicious.
The fried batter is light and crispy, and the broccoli is crunchy and full of flavor.
If you’re looking for a way to introduce broccoli to your kids, this is the best way to go. They’ll fall in love at the first bite.
22. Spicy Broccomole
This recipe is a fantastic way to sneak vegetables into your diet!
Guacamole is already green, so no one will notice, even if you add tons of broccoli in there.
And let me tell you: this broccomole recipe is divine!
A simple blend of broccoli, avocado, fresh jalapeño, cilantro, lime juice, salt & pepper, it’s one for the books!
Plus, broccoli has a very subtle flavor, so you’ll barely taste it in the guac – especially considering how spicy and zesty this one is!
Rotini and broccoli join forces to bring you this colorful and flavorful pasta salad!
Diced carrots, bell peppers, cranberries, and pumpkin seeds also add more flavor and texture to the dish.
Of course, pasta salad isn’t complete without a sauce! And this one is extra special, thanks to a creamy dressing made of vegan mayo, mustard, and herbs.
If you need a recipe to feed a ton of hungry vegans, this broccoli casserole should do the trick!
Filled with mushrooms and broccoli florets, there’s a lovely mix of fresh, earthy, and woodsy flavors.
The filling is tied together by a decadent cashew cream sauce and topped with crushed Ritz for a crunchy outer crust.
Anything with “curry” in the title is generally tasty. And this dish is no exception.
Despite the absence of beef or lamb, it still manages to be sensational and wonderfully filling.
But this isn’t just any curry recipe. Oh no! It’s got a secret ingredient.
Can you guess what it is?
It’s… drumroll, please… peanut butter! I bet you didn’t see that one coming.
This quiche is hearty, wholesome, and mouthwateringly delicious.
Unlike the traditional quiche, this vegan version uses tofu for its base instead of eggs. And the result is pretty epic.
The tofu does a fine job of mimicking the creaminess of eggs. It absorbs flavors well, too!
Simply season it to your taste, and it’s good to go.
Want a healthier alternative to bread? Say hello to broccoli flatbread!
It’s packed with nutrients and is also gluten-free, sugar-free, and low-carb. But, more importantly, its taste and texture are pretty impressive.
While it doesn’t taste like traditional flatbread, it’s still very flavorful, thanks to almond meal and nutritional yeast.
Give your dinner a healthy Asian twist with this super easy dish.
This vegan recipe recreates the popular Chinese stir-fry without the use of actual chicken. And it’s pretty darn irresistible!
You’ll use Air-Fried and battered soy curls for the “chicken” aspect. They’re crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and savory throughout.
It may not be the real thing, but it’s still pretty awesome.
This frittata is packed with broccoli florets and sun-dried tomatoes, making it fresh and full of sweet, tangy, chewy goodness.
That’s a perfect combination, right there.
They’re so good together, you won’t even notice the frittata isn’t made with eggs!
30. Grilled Broccoli
Capping off this list is a simple recipe that features broccoli in all its glory.
Grilled broccoli may be basic, but it’s not boring at all. Grilling gives a nice char to the veggie and heightens its flavors.
The dish is finished with a drizzle of chili, garlic, and lemon dressing to brighten it up even more. Wow!
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