Give these vegan gluten free recipes a whirl the next time you feel like you’re in a recipe rut.
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, I’ve got you covered.
It can be really hard to find good recipes when you have a special diet.
And when you do find one, you tend to make it over and over again because you know it works.
And then you get bored.
At least, I do.
So, check out these 25 mouthwatering vegan gluten-free recipes. I guarantee there’s nothing boring about them!
25 Easy Vegan Gluten Free Recipes Everyone Will Love
Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, right? And if you say you don’t…well, I don’t believe you!
OR you’ve been unable to eat them because of your vegan and gluten-free diet.
And you’ve only had a gross, sad excuse for a cookie as the alternative.
Luckily, this recipe is here to change that and reignite your love for this classic cookie.
And they’re so yummy, even your non-vegan and gluten-free friends will love them.
With the magic of vegan butter, gluten-free flour, and plant-based milk, you’ll get scrummy cookies every time.
Oh, and vegan chocolate chips, of course!
Busy mornings call for easy breakfasts. And there’s nothing easier than something you made the night before.
Enter these peanut butter overnight oats.
They’re so thick, creamy, and delicious, you won’t believe they’re also really healthy.
You seriously can’t go wrong with them.
Made with natural peanut butter, rolled oats, almond milk, and chia seeds, you’ll add a dash of maple syrup for sweetness.
Top it with fresh fruit in the morning, and you’re all set.
If you have a little more time in the morning, why not make some pancakes?
These are allergy free and absolutely scrummy. Vegan or not, they’ll quickly become your new go-to.
You’ll need oat flour, sugar, vanilla, oil, baking powder, and non-dairy milk. So, basically, they have everything you need to make a good pancake.
This delectable dish is like the fancy cousin of the baked potato.
A nod to Tex-Mex cuisine – minus the meat! – it’s incredibly flavorful and bursting with quality ingredients.
And I promise you won’t miss the meat one bit in this dish. It’s that good.
Start with a baked sweet potato, then get the stuffing ready. Next, there’s a black bean, corn, tomato, and red onion salsa with garlic, lime, and cilantro.
You’ll also make quick guacamole and homemade vegan sour cream. Once the potatoes are ready, fill them up and dig in.
You can’t go wrong with a simple salad. And when it’s this filling, it’s even better.
Packed with zesty citrus, plenty of protein, and lots of fun textures, this is a terrific side dish to any meal.
Just toss cooked quinoa with cucumbers, tomatoes, chickpeas, and parsley. Then drizzle over a tangy lemon and mustard dressing. Yum!
Sticky buns (caramel rolls) are my favorite dessert for breakfast. Forget plain cinnamon, I’m a sucker for gooey caramel and candied nuts.
Of course, they’re usually full of gluten and pesky dairy.
But not anymore! Food science magic strikes again.
You’ll replace the butter, milk, and flour with vegan and gluten-free counterparts, and the results will astound you.
Sweet, soft rolls filled with cinnamon and topped with gooey caramel? I’ll take a baker’s dozen, please!
This is probably the easiest Buddha/burrito bowl you’ll ever make. Every bite is seriously fresh and tasty, yet it’s a cinch to pull together.
It features rice topped with black beans, corn, cherry tomatoes, and avocado. Doesn’t that sound yummy?
Drizzle it with lime juice, or go all out and add your favorite dressing.
Heck, customize this however you like! Add tofu, roasted peppers, jalapeños, pickled red onions, and more!
If pancakes and hashbrowns had a baby, you’d have latkes.
Unfortunately, these savory fritters are not naturally gluten-free or vegan. But a few simple switches can change that in a hurry.
These little guys fry up beautifully golden, and they taste amazing!
Better still, they go well with pretty much anything – especially a scrummy tofu breakfast sandwich.
Speaking of tofu breakfast sandwiches: here’s one I think you’ll love.
Tofu is a fantastic dupe for scrambled eggs. And all it takes is a little nutritional yeast.
You’ll need extra firm tofu (pressed to remove the excess water), which gets broken down in the pan until it resembles scrambled eggs.
I actually like to add a bit of silken tofu since I like my eggs on the softer side. But that’s up to you.
Add roasted red peppers and sprouts for even more flavor and nutrition. And gluten-free English muffins hold it all together.
If you love moist and delicious banana bread, you’re in the right place.
Because yes, you can have something soft, fluffy, tender, and flavorful without all that gluten and dairy.
Apple cider vinegar is a terrific hack for vegan baking. The acidity offers a ton of, well, acid, which creates bubbles (lift).
Meanwhile, most of the other recipes are what you’d expect (gluten-free flour, sugar, bananas, oil, and leavening agents).
Feeling a wee bit peckish? These baked zucchini chips are the perfect way to satisfy your cravings.
They’re salty, cheesy, spicy, and everything you want in a snack.
Also, they’re just as mindlessly addictive as a bag of potato chips; only these are totally healthy!
Chicken salad without chicken or dairy? Really?
This salad is crazy creamy yet totally textural and perfect for lunch. And the only real difference is the chickpeas.
Oh, and you’ll use vegan mayo instead of the regular stuff.
Everything else is the same. I’m talking juicy grapes, flaky almonds, crunchy celery, onions, and parsley.
Serve it between two slices of your favorite gluten-free bread, and enjoy!
13. Tofu Scramble
Now, this is the right way to start your day!
Tofu scramble is rich in protein, and it tastes seriously yummy. Throw in some vegan cheese and peppers, and nobody will know it’s not real eggs.
Seasoned with bold spices like cumin, turmeric, chili powder, and garlic, every forkful is better than the last.
Mediterranean cuisine is known for its delicious flavors and very fresh ingredients.
And this Mediterranean-inspired quinoa salad certainly fits the bill!
Effortless to make, colorful, and filling, it all starts with quinoa. To that, you’ll add chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, olives, and red onion.
Finish with some fresh herbs and a quick mix of olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
Spring rolls are always a good idea. They’re delicious, nutritious, and stuffed with so many yummy things.
Luckily, this vegan, gluten-free version is no exception.
Featuring grilled, sriracha-marinated tofu, rice vermicelli, and a myriad of veggies, they’re as fun to make as they are to eat.
Use whatever veggies you like, then wrap them up like mini burritos!
Thanks to this sensational recipe, no one has to miss out on the beauty of nachos.
These vegan-loaded nachos are, indeed, fully loaded.
They’re “cheesy,” “meaty,” and chock-full of delicious veggies. Just what you need for a cozy night-in, Taco Tuesday, or a Super Bowl party.
Everyone will love them – so make extra!
Fully loaded with nutritious veggies and whole grains, this vegan salad is hearty, healthy, and a whole meal on its own.
Served with a nutritional yeast and mustard sauce that tastes like cheese, it’ll fool any avid cheese fan.
Call the bomb squad because this soup is an umami bomb!
Seriously, it explodes with flavor, thanks to the miso and the toasted sesame oil.
It’s also highly nutritious and colorful, thanks to all the vegetables. They add some flavor, too!
Everyone needs a solid cucumber salad recipe. It’s the perfect dish to bring to a barbecue or potluck, and it pairs well with almost any protein.
This vegan version is a dish everyone can enjoy!
Coconut yogurt, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, and dijon mustard come together to create the sauce.
A bit of maple syrup adds sweetness, while dill, red onion, and garlic add flavor.
This soup is easy, healthy, fast, and delicious. It’s also a total comfort food that’ll warm your soul.
That’s pretty hard to beat!
The base features a combination of coconut milk and veggie stock, which is rich, creamy, and oh-so-delectable.
Then you add garlic, onions, chilis, tomatoes, and curry powder to give it a nice kick.
Lime juice adds just the right amount of acidity to balance out all the flavors. And you’ve got chickpeas for protein.
Whether you’re missing your favorite meatball sub or pork-infused Asian soup, these chickpea “meat”balls are worth a try.
They’re healthy, protein-filled, and super satisfying. Smother them in sauce, and you might not even notice the difference.
They’re made with chickpeas (of course), corn, flax, and a myriad of other veggies.
This recipe uses peppers, carrots, and onions. But you can use whatever you have on hand.
Then, they’re beautifully seasoned with your favorite spices.
Black bean tacos are so simple yet seriously yummy.
They feature corn tortillas loaded with onions, black beans, and bold seasonings, then pan-fried until crunch and golden.
Serve them with your favorite taco toppings, like guac, vegan sriracha mayo, and jalapeños.
Mushrooms are meaty, but did you know they’re this meaty?
In this recipe, you marinate sliced mushrooms in a delicious sauce of vinegar, orange juice, lime juice, soy sauce, garlic, jalapeños, and onions.
After a spin in the oven, they’ll look like shredded pork!
Cheese balls are a classic party staple. They’re delicious, creamy, and can feed a crowd with ease.
And this vegan version is all those things and more – because it can feed everyone!
Since it’s vegan, there’s obviously no real cheese in the recipe.
But a combo of vegan cream cheese, cooked cashews, and coconut milk imitate the texture perfectly.
It’s loaded with herbs and seasonings, too, so the taste is fantastic. Top it with chopped nuts and cranberries for that perfect sweet and savory combo.
25. Lentil Bolognese
Did you know lentils are a fantastic meat substitute?
If you’ve been vegan for a while, you probably did. But lentils are a lifesaver for newbies or those cooking for a vegan friend!
This sauce still has all of the yummy stuff you’d expect, including tomatoes, onions, garlic, and seasonings.
The lentils mimic the texture of ground beef, and they add tons of protein. Plus, you’ll throw in mushrooms for added heartiness and flavor.
Serve it over your favorite gluten-free pasta, and enjoy!
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