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Whether you are starting to think about making the switch, or you have been a vegan for all of your life, sometimes the routine can get boring and it can be hard to come up with new ideas on what to eat.If this is the case, vegan blogs can be a great source of inspiration, and there seem to be new (and amazing) vegan bloggers appearing every day.
If you are looking for new ideas for vegan meals, or just want to expand your knowledge in a fun way, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of 49 vegan blogs full of quality content dedicated to plant-based diets and vegan living. Enjoy!
It is truly hard not to love the Minimalist Baker! It’s a blog with countless vegan recipes and a great concept. Namely, the Minimalist Baker is not just about baking. What they are actually about are recipes that require no more than one bowl, no more than 10 ingredients, and no more than 30 minutes.
Our Favorite Recipe: Easy Tofu Pad Thai
2. Vegan Richa
Vegan Richa can quickly become your go-to source of inspiration for vegan means since they offer an amazing array of vegan recipes for every meal. Whatever it is that you are craving, there is a good chance that Vegan Richa has an amazing vegan version.
Our Favorite Recipe: Pulled Jackfruit Sandwiches
3. Oh She Glows
Angela, the blogger behind Oh She Glows, also has a New York Times Bestseller vegan cookbook behind her – that surely does say something about the quality of her recipes, and you’ll find more than 500 of them on the blog.
Our Favorite Recipe: Instant Pot Cauliflower and Butternut Thai Curry
The Full Helping is another wonderful blog focused on making healthy living easy and accessible to everyone. It not only offers an array of fun vegan recipes, but also interesting discussions on nutrition and healthy living.
Our Favorite Recipe: Caramelized Cabbage & Onion Pasta
This blog offers a healthy mix of vegan and vegetarian recipes, but don’t worry, you can select which of those you want to see to avoid any confusion. The best thing about it, though, is the fact that you can find interesting ideas for any meal of the day, be it breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, or just a snack.
Our Favorite Recipe: Coconut Mango Overnight Oatmeal
The amazing girl behind this blog, Kristy, calls herself a Chickpea Devotee. However, you’ll find much more than chickpeas on her blog: the recipes range from inspiring vegan lunch ideas, over tasty desserts, to smoothies and beverages, all of this seasoned with a dash of travel reports and enticing stories about vegan life.
Our Favorite Recipe: Chickpea Avocado Taquitos
Kathy Patalsky, the author of two vegan cookbooks featured basically everywhere, is on a mission to share her vision with the world! Visit Healthy Happy Life if you are looking for an array of colorful recipes that will surely not leave you disappointed.
Our Favorite Recipe: Rustic White Bean Tomato Sauce
8. Thug Kitchen
The guys at Thug Kitchen surely have a unique way of talking (and thinking) about food. However, if you don’t mind being greeted with “welcome motherforkers”, you are in for an amazing ride. In all seriousness, this is an amazing website that even lets you filter the recipes by meal type and by ingredients – it’s never been easier to find your newest lunch idea.
Our Favorite Recipe: Lazy Hunt Burger
Lead by Ella and her husband Matt, Deliciously Ella is an inspiring blog packed with healthy plant-based recipes. Ella has overcome a problematic health condition with the help of a healthy vegan diet, and she’s on a mission to share her experience with the world!
Our Favorite Recipe: The Almond Pesto
10. The Viet Vegan
Lisa, the Toronto-based blogger behind this site, is Vietnamese in origin, but this is not the only kind of food you will find on this blog. Everything is vegan though, reasonably easy to make, and recipes are complemented with authentic thoughts by the girl behind this project.
Our Favorite Recipe: Baby Bok Choy Stir Fry
This blog really has something for everyone – whether you are looking for anything vegan, or you limit yourself to gluten-free or raw recipes. Ideas for indulgent vegan treats abound, though, and you’ll even find over 20 vegan mac and cheese recipes on Vegan Yack Attack.
Our Favorite Recipe: Berry-Filled Banana Cupcakes with Lemon Coconut Frosting
12. Hot for food
Lauren Toyota started the Hot for food blog in 2014, and it was an instant success, getting 100,000 subscribers within the first year. There are good reasons for this – her recipes are tasty, inspiring, and all-vegan. Make sure to check out the “bbq” recipes section!
Our Favorite Recipe: Grilled peaches 2 ways
Staying vegan can be hard at times, but Susan Voisin is sheer proof that it’s possible – she’s been vegetarian since 1988, and she switched to a vegan diet shortly after. She’s been blogging since 2006, so you know you are really dealing with a pro here.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Roasted Cauliflower Macaroni and Cheese
14. Vegan Miam
Rika and Doni, the couple behind this blog, travel the world in search for new bold flavors and inspiration for their recipes. They share their experiences on the Vegan Miam blog, and you’ll surely be inspired by their vegan versions of dishes from all around the world.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Khao Pad
Gemma is a natural healing and nutrition enthusiast, as well as an avid fighter for animals rights. She shares her passion on The Compassionate Road blog, where you’ll find tasty vegan recipes combined with inspiring well-researched articles on natural health and environmentally-friendly living.
Our Favorite Recipe: Eggplant Casserole
16. Fork and Beans
Fork and Beans started as Cara’s exploration of vegan and allergen-free baking. While you’ll certainly find many decadent baking ideas here, there is also a bunch of fun and kid-friendly recipes that you can make for and with your kids.
Our Favorite Recipe: No-Bake Apple Cobbler
Every post on this blog is a small work of art. You’ll surely enjoy the beautiful food pictures and nicely told stories that surround the recipes. The site also features food-themed knitting patterns, in case this is something you might enjoy.
Our Favorite Recipe: Purple Rainy Day Soup
This popular blog is lead by Nava Atlas, a writer with a long history of writing about the benefits of plant-based diets. THe blog is full of colorful and tasty recipes, combined with informative pieces on the benefits of certain ingredients.
Our Favorite Recipe: Curried Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk
Charming, lighthearted, colorful, and tasty – the Post Punk Kitchen might just become your go-to source of well-made and healthy vegan recipes. The history of this blog goes back to 2003 and the sheer fact that it has been around for so long says something about its quality.
Our Favorite Recipe: Breakfast Nachos
20. Dreena Burton
The title of Dreena’s blog is “trusted whole foods vegan recipes” – and that’s really what you will find here. All of the recipes are carefully thought out and not only vegan, but also minimally processed and as healthy as possible.
Our Favorite Recipe: Green Chickpea Hummus
21. Oh Ladycakes
If you are looking to learn about vegan and gluten-free cooking, this is the blog for you. Complete with mesmerizing pictures and easy-to-follow instructions, Ashlae’s blog will have you enjoying healthy sweets in no time.
Our Favorite Recipe: Coconut Banoffee Pie
22. The First Mess
Laura’s life experience makes her story and her recipes all the more interesting. She has grown up with agriculture, went to culinary school, and spent a fair share of her time working in restaurants, all which she draws from to bring original twists to her vegan recipes.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan No Knead Cinnamon Rolls
Stunning photos of stunning food, stunning flavors and stunning combinations, this is what you will find at Olives for Dinner. Erin is a self-declared ethical vegan – there are no animal products in her recipes, but she is not afraid of using oils and sauces in large amounts (which makes her food only more tasty and decadent)
Our Favorite Recipe: Cauliflower Puree With Roasted Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions
24. Blissful Basil
Truly a blissful blog full of colorful dreamy recipes, written by Ashley, a former school psychologist who became a full-time writer dedicated to vegan lifestyle, following her initial success. Her posts radiate happiness with every word!
Our Favorite Recipe: Thai Quinoa Bowl
25. I Love Vegan
I Love Vegan is just what the name says – a website full of love. It is written by a young couple full of love for each other, animals, and vegan cooking.
Our Favorite Recipe: Easy Vegan Miso Soup
Brownble is another inspiring vegan blog, offering a combination of thoughtful stories and educational pieces about food and lifestyle. Most importantly, it has a rich recipe section which are accompanied with videos too!
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Hash Brown Omelet
27. The Vegan 8
The Vegan 8 is not just a name – all of the recipes on this blog contain less than 8 ingredients. At the same time, they are all gluten-free, tasty, and vegan. Definitely worth chceking out!
Our Favorite Recipe: Smoky Sweet Potato Black-eyed Pea Soup
Allyson Kramer is actually creating recipes professionally. She is also a professional food stylist, and she has a couple of successful cookbooks behind her. This doesn’t stop her from sharing her amazing vegan recipes on this blog, though!
Our Favorite Recipe: Rocky Road Brownies
Margaret started the Plant Philosophy blog to share her positive experience with switching to a vegan lifestyle. Besides her creative recipes, she has also shared a guide to going vegan, meal plans, and vegan and cruelty-free beauty tips. Her recipes are also embellished with many helpful tips, as well as approximate costs to help with budgeting. Truly a great resource for all things vegan!
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Garlic Parmesan Cauliflower Puree
Ilene’s motto is “colorful, not complicated” and this is what the recipes on her blog are. After solving her problems with allergies by switching to a vegan diet, she is on a mission to inspire the world, believing that everyone can benefit from plant-based meals, no matter if they are vegan or not.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Balsamic Sweet Potato Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Iosune and Alberto are a Spanish couple, combining their talents into this amazing blog about vegan living. He is a food stylist and photographer, while she develops recipes and writes the blog posts while also studying to become a professional health coach. The recipes on their blog are really amazingly simple, proving that a plant-based diet doesn’t need to be complicated.
Our Favorite Recipe: Aloo Gobi
Vibrant, fresh, and vegan – if that’s what you are looking for, you’ll surely find plenty of ideas on Kristina’s blog. She also tries to make her recipes as healthy as possible, so many of them are also gluten-free and oil-free. The endless stream of breakfast ideas is probably the best part of Spabettie, though!
Our Favorite Recipe: Chipotle Black Bean Soup
Em, the girl behind this blog, believes in raw vegan food because it simply makes her feel good! And in our book, that’s as good a reason as any. Her blog is all about raw, wholesome recipes, and the desserts are simply amazing!
Our Favorite Recipe: Raw Carrot Cake With Cashew Cream Cheese Frosting
The VeguKate blog is all about celebrating healthy, nutritious food without calorie counting and negative and constraining diet language. Moreover, Kate has a Master’s degree in nutrition, so you can rest assured you are in good hands when it comes to her recipes. You’ll also find information and tips about various vegan ingredients you can use for your own creative endeavors on this blog.
Our Favorite Recipe: Spring Salad with Green Goddess Dressing
SImple but tasty vegan meals are the focus of this website. Craving a tasty dessert, a soup, or maybe some tacos? You’ll find all of these at the White Chestnut. The blog is also full of creative seasonal and holiday recipes.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Chocolate Cheesecake With Berries
The name is no joke, Alisa is truly a connoisseur of plant-based cooking and baking. If you are interested in vegan baking, do make sure to check out the guide to vegan egg substitutes!
Our Favorite Recipe: Mushroom Lemon Orzo Soup
37. One Arab Vegan
Middle Eastern cuisine is one of the most inspiring resources for vegan recipes, but actual vegan recipes can often be hard to find. The author of this blog lives in Bahrain, and her blog is a guide to living vegan in a culture that doesn’t always accept the vegan lifestyle. Be that as it may, her vegan recipes with a Middle Eastern spin are always nourishing and inspiring,
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Cheese Samboosa
38. Namely Marly
Marly’s approach to life is reflected in her approach to food – she likes to keep it authentic, lighthearted, and fun! In her own words, her recipes are aimed at transitioning vegans (those in the process of including more plant-based food in their diets), but anyone interested in vegan food will surely find them useful.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps with Hoisin Sauce
39. My Vegan Journal
Jackie Day has been a vegan and a wellness advocate for most of her life. Follow her blog for inspiring vegan lifestyle musings, helpful updates, and some colorful cooking ideas and advice.
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Tri-Colored Pasta, Kale, Black Bean, Orange Bell & Avocado Salad
Faith has made the switch to a vegan and whole foods diet, she loves it, and she is sharing her experience with everyone! Besides recipes, she has a “what I eat in a day feature” on the blog, which can be really helpful for transitioning vegans. In any case, you’ll find plenty of useful tips on this blog, including directions on how to make all kinds of plant-based milks at home!
Our Favorite Recipe: Zucchini Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
My Whole Food Life is a perfect example of a family-oriented blog. The team behind it are a husband and wife – Melissa and Marcus King. They are dedicated to inspiring people to lead a healthier life and setting a good example for their children – and they are doing a great job!
Our Favorite Recipe: Vegan Slow Cooker Quinoa Chili
Have Cake Will Travel, or HCWT is a blog written by Celine Steen, a California-based French-Swiss expat, bicycle lover, gardener, and an author of multiple inspiring cookbooks. The blog features a lot of vegan baking ideas, but there is also a variety of easy-to-follow recipes for every meal.
Our Favorite Recipe: Sesame Za’atar Pepper Soup With Roasted Pepitas
The blogger behind Happy Hearted Kitchen, Jodi, is enthusiastic about two things in her life: cooking and being in nature. Combining her two interests, she bases her recipes around whole foods, and loves being able to get the ingredients directly from the source. Her love for good food is reflected in the stunning images on this blog, and her recipes are a great start if you want to make heartwarming wholesome meals.
Our Favorite Recipe: Stuffed Roasted Red Peppers With Cherry Tomatoes, Olives, and White Beans
44. JL Fields
JL Fields – the author of the blog with the same name – seems to have a never-ending source of energy within her. She founded the Colorado Springs Vegan Cooking Academy, she is a lifestyle coach, educator, chef, and author of a considerable number of cookbooks. How does she manage to do it all? Maybe her amazing food is the secret, and you’ll find plenty of recipes on her blog.
Our Favorite Recipe: Sweet Tamari Tempeh With Roasted Vegetables
Annie left the hustle and bustle of city life to enjoy a peaceful life in the countryside of Oklahoma. Peaceful and full of healthy plant-based food and quality meals! There is a category with recipes for every meal of the day, and each is full of quality, well thought out recipes.
Our Favorite Recipe: Apple Spice Pancakes With Apple Compote
46. Fried Dandelions
Sarah is a creative soul, which is reflected in the originality of her vegan recipes. A former graphic designer, she has transferred her creative energy to vegan cooking.
Our Favorite Recipe: Charred Tomatillo Salsa Verde With Avocado
What’s a vegan doing in the freezer? Well, nothing really, but Ginny loves making freezer-friendly vegan meals. She has personally created and tested every single recipe on the blog, and her recipes are also embellished with helpful information and tips on how to store and freeze meals and ingredients.
Our Favorite Recipe: Blueberry Apple Pie
48. Nora Cooks
Nora’s goal is to make vegan cooking accessible and easy to do even if you are cooking for the whole family. This is why all of her recipes are made to be tasty, so much so that even picky eaters won’t be able to pass them by.
Our Favorite Recipe: 1 Bowl Vegan Lemon Cupcakes
49. Bake and Destroy
Natalie Slater has appeared in a variety of TV show but her blog is really where her talents shine. She used to work as a baker, but now she is developing amazing and comforting vegan recipes (not only baked). You’ll find all sorts of meals on this blog, and there is even a whole kid-friendly section!