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Veganuary: Delicious vegan recipes to inspire you

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Are you cutting out meat and dairy this January? We’ve got masses of tasty, filling vegan recipes that are packed full of the good stuff and bursting with flavour. Here are eight of our favourites, handpicked to see you through Veganuary.

A rich and hearty filling of mushrooms and sundried tomatoes, topped with gorgeous root-veg mash and zesty breadcrumbs. This super-comforting pie rivals the original meat recipe, especially as it’s super-easy and comparatively quick to put together.

This courgetti ‘spag bol’, from Amber Locke, has a lovely rich tomato sauce and you get a really great crunch from the walnuts. Ground cauliflower also makes a fun substitute for Parmesan. It’s a super-fresh, satisfying dish.

A fragrant, filling and hearty vegan chilli. The cannellini beans in Charlie Clapp’s recipe really soak up the beautiful flavours of paprika, cinnamon, coriander and cumin, and the roasted sweet potatoes add a bit of extra oomph.

This is a beautiful no-meat curry by Rebecca Rauter, with loads of different textures and delicious spicing. The chilli and garlic-fried spring greens are a mega side dish that take this hearty curry to the next level.

Soft steamed buns stuffed with Asian-style mushrooms and hoisin sauce – everyone will go mad for these whether they follow a vegan diet or not! Plus, they’re super-impressive and not too tricky to make.

These chickpea and sweetcorn burgers are packed with spices, herbs and a hit of lemon zest – they’re good for you and seriously satisfying. Serve them up with a fresh and crunchy green salad for the perfect balance.

With their gorgeous raspberry dip, these hot, crisp and sweet little vegan doughnuts are a fantastic naughty snack. The dairy-free batter is so simple to make and you can flavour the sugar coating with any spice you like.

Chocolate cake is a hit with everyone, so whether you’re vegan, gluten or dairy intolerant – or you just love a good cake – this recipe’s for you!

And if those aren’t enough, we’ve got plenty more to choose from:

For more meat-free inspiration, take a look at our other mouthwateringly-good vegan recipes, or if you’re catering for special diets, check out these.

Vegan fish fingers

This recipe is so yummy and bursting with comforting flavor, it will convince even non-vegans. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce!

  1. Step 1 ingredients:
  2. Plenty of cooking oil
  3. Sushi sheets
  4. Step 2 ingredients:
  5. 9 oz. extra firm tofu
  6. 1 cup artichoke hearts in oil
  7. Juice of 1/2 lemon
  8. Step 3 ingredients:
  9. 2/3 cup chickpea flour
  10. 5 tbsp nutritional yeast
  11. (2 tbsp olive oil)
  12. 1 1/2 tsp salt
  13. 1 tsp garlic powder
  14. Step 4 ingredients:
  15. Breadcrumbs (e.g. gluten-free ones)
  16. Optional ingredients:
  17. Lemons
  18. Peas
  19. Ketchup
  20. vegan Mayo
  21. Potatoes salad
  22. Fries

Step 1:
Pour cooking oil into a pan and add 1 pack of sushi nori sheets to infuse the oil. The longer you leave them in the better: e.g. you could soak them in the morning and then cook the vegan fish fingers in the evening for a more intense taste. Alternatively, if you don’t have much time heat them up a bit for 5 minutes so they give up more flavor. Make sure the heat isn’t too high because they burn easily.

Step 2:
Place ingredients of step 2 into a food processor until you get a semi smooth mixture.

Step 3:
Transfer the mixture into a large bowl and add all other ingredients from this step and mix. Make sure there are no chickpea flour lumps, otherwise the fish fingers might taste bitter.

Form fish finger shapes. Alternatively just form sausage shapes. Admittedly it was a bit of work to make rectangular shapes and when they were fried they lost their shape a bit anyway. So if you want to make your life easier, roll them into sausage shape, it won’t make a difference in terms of taste. They will be quite soft at this stage, but don’ worry they will firm up when fried.

Step 4:
Add breadcrumbs to a bowl and roll the vegan fish fingers in them until they are covered on all sides.

Take the sushi sheets out of the pan with cooking oil and heat up the pan. Fry the fish fingers in the pan until they are golden brown. Place on a kitchen towel to soak up the excess oil.

Optionally drizzle some lemon juice on top when serving the fish fingers. Have cooked peas, fries, or potato salad and ketchup or vegan mayo on the side. Enjoy!

Vegan Sausage Pasta

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes


  • 400g cherry tomatoes
  • 4 garlic cloves, sliced
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 300g pack Linda McCartney’s 6 Vegetarian Sausages
  • 2 courgettes, trimmed and sliced
  • Pinch salt
  • 300g elicoidali pasta tubes
  • Handful basil leaves

1. Preheat the oven to 200˚C, gas mark 6. Toss the tomatoes, garlic and 2 tbsp oil in a roasting tin season. Remove the packaging and film from the sausages but leave in the foil tray. Put the roasting tin and foil tray in the oven for 15 minutes, giving each one a toss halfway through.

2. Heat the remaining 1 tbsp oil in a large non-stick frying pan and fry the courgettes with the pinch of salt for about 8 minutes, turning regularly until golden. In a separate pan of boiling water, simmer the pasta for 10-12 minutes then drain, reserving a cup of pasta water.

3. Remove the courgettes from the frying pan and set aside on a plate. Slice the sausages and add to the pan, frying for a couple of minutes, then tip in the pasta, tomatoes, any roasting juices, 2-3 tbsp pasta water and the courgettes. Toss together briefly and serve scattered with basil leaves.

Cook’s tip: Top with toasted flaked almonds to serve, if liked.

Vegan Pasta with Garlicky Greens

One of my favourite vegan pasta recipes &ndash garlicky greens make this dish extra delicious.

You could also toss over some toasted pine nuts for added crunch. Get the recipe here.

50+ Veganuary Recipes – Easy And Delicious Vegan Meals

Vegan Breakfast

Easy and tasty plant based breakfast ideas, with a lot of meal prep and on-the-go options for busy days.

1. Chickpea flour pancakes

These chickpea flour pancakes are one of my favourite breakfasts ever! Super easy to make, they are fluffy, light and great with any toppings of your choice.

2. Buckwheat crepes with mushrooms

If a savoury breakfast is more of your thing, give these buckwheat crepes with mushrooms a go.

3. Apple pie coconut chia pudding

Chia pudding is a great meal prep friendly breakfast that will leave you satisfied! Ready with minimal effort and in no time.

4. Breakfast granola cups

I don’t know about you, but I could eat these breakfast granola cups by Ela from Ela Vegan every day! A perfect breakfast to eat on the go.

5. Green apple smoothie

This green apple smoothie by Sonja and Alex from A Couple Cooks looks so vibrant, nourishing and refreshing – such a great way to get the morning started!

6. Mushroom buckwheat porridge bowl

This buckwheat porridge bowl with vegetables is great for savoury breakfast fans.

7. Avocado spinach mushroom toast

Ameera and Robin from Monkey And Me Kitchen Adventures have all you toast lovers covered with this phenomenal idea.

8. Smoky baked beans

Thanks to Rachel from The Plant Riot, baked beans have never looked better. Try these on toast or with a side of potatoes.

9. Chocolate chunk buckwheat waffles

I don’t know about you, but I totally wish these buckwheat waffles by Dee from Green Smoothie Gourmet could appear in front of me right now!

10. Vegan granola bars

Make a batch of these vegan granola bars by Rhian from Rhian’s recipes and have a grab-and-go breakfast ready for a couple of days.

11. Scrambled tofu

Learn how to make the perfect scrambled tofu! Serve with avocado toast for a yummy and wholesome start to the morning.

12. Vegan Cinnamon Pancakes With Chocolate Sauce


Something to look forward to in the middle of the day! Try these amazing vegan lunches, and include them in your weekly meal prep agenda.

13. Vegan baked mac and cheese

This vegan baked mac and cheese is super tasty and made with simple ingredients!

14. Falafel salad with tahini dressing

This falafel salad with a creamy and tangy tahini dressing definitely shows that your lunchtime salad does not have to be boring.

15. Butter bean sweet potato stew

Switch things up with this comforting and flavourful stew, that’s also full of plant based protein!

16. Mushroom and tofu stuffed peppers

Mushroom and tofu stuffed peppers would make a great meal prep option! Serve them with rice for a delicious meal.

17. Vegan Zucchini Fritters With Red Lentils

These fritters are a reader favourite! Serve them by themselves with a dip, or in wraps, salads and sandwiches.

18. Lime chickpea stir-fry

This lime chickpea stir-fry is a great way to eat more vegetables plus, it takes less than 15 minutes to make.

19. Vegetable and mushroom pasta

Vegetables and mushrooms taste great in this simple and quick pasta dish.

20. Chunky vegan potato soup

This chunky potato soup is a great way to eat more vegetables, and made with simple ingredients!

21. One pot chickpea pasta

Pasta and chickpeas make an excellent combo, especially when served in a rich tomato sauce!

22. Cream of mushroom soup

This cream of mushroom soup by Bianca Zapatka looks seriously unreal! So cosy and ideal for the colder seasons too.

23. Tomato & roasted Mediterranean vegetable risotto

Aimee from Wallflower Kitchen made this risotto which is just a dream come true! All of those vegetables make a great healthy lunch.

24. Chopped Thai chickpea salad with curry peanut dressing

This Thai chickpea salad by Monique from Ambitious Kitchen is so full of flavour and colour, you won’t be able to get enough.

25. Cobb salad with blue cheese dressing

Everything about this cobb salad by Sam from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken screams ‘delicious’ and ‘coming back for seconds’.

26. Roasted cauliflower burrito bowls

Why not include these roasted cauliflower bowls by Lindsay from Pinch of Yum in your weekly meal prep?!

27. Vegan Falafel

Serve vegan falafel in pita, flatbread, or salads for a lunch that’s flavourful and delicious.

28. Vegan Chickpea Salad Sandwich

A vegan chickpea salad makes a great plant based alternative to tuna mayo, and is super tasty in a sandwich with roasted carrots.


Dinner has never been easier and tastier – even if you’re a complete beginner in the kitchen! Try out these weeknight meal recipes, that are all plant based and fuss-free.

29. Easy vegan lentil bolognese

Vegan bolognese is comfort food and simplicity at its best! Give this easy pasta sauce a go for the ultimate wow-factor.

30. Peanut chickpea curry

You just can’t go wrong with an easy flavourful curry like this one, made with simple ingredients you probably have in your kitchen already.

31. Pot pie with jackfruit

Want a crowd-pleasing recipe that will impress everyone? Try this fail-proof vegan pot pie recipe with a jackfruit filling.

32. Easy vegan Pad Thai

If you want something light and refreshing, this Pad Thai is the answer. Ready in just 15 minutes, and hits the spot every time.

33. Easy vegan potato curry

Potato curry can make any cold and dark evening a lot better. Ideal for feeding the entire family, or impressing guests.

34. Sweet and sour chickpeas and green beans

This sweet and sour sauce is full of flavour, and pairs super well with the chickpeas. One pan dinners don’t get much easier and yummier.

35. Chili with butter beans

How about a bowl of vegan chili, served over a bed of fluffy rice? This recipe shows just how much flavour and variety you can create with simple ingredients.

36. Crispy baked orange tofu

Nora from Nora Cooks shows just how you can make tofu taste great with this orange tofu recipe!

37. Vegan bombay potatoes

If you’re looking for a new and delicious way to cook potatoes, Lisa from Okonomi Kitchen shows you the answer with this Bombay potatoes recipe.

38. Sticky sesame cauliflower

Melissa from Vegan Huggs has convinced me that cauliflower is the best veg out there! This sticky cauliflower recipe looks unreal.

39. Vegan butternut squash mac and cheese

This butternut squash mac and cheese recipe by Julie from The Simple Veganista is your perfect introduction to veggie-based cheese sauces.

40. Lentil nourish bowl

These healthy lentil nourish bowls by Deryn from Running On Real Food will leave you feeling great!

41. Vegan chorizo and vegetable paella

This vegan chorizo paella by Tamsin from Cupful of Kale will impress everyone, regardless of dietary requirements.

42. Creamy tofu pasta

Think you don’t like tofu? Try using it to make a delicious creamy sauce for pasta, served with plenty of veg!

43. Crispy Tofu

Here’s another great way to make tofu taste amazing! Crispy tofu is perfect with a sauce and side dish of your choice.

44. Spicy Butternut Squash Soup

When you’re craving soup on a cold evening, this dish makes a flavourful and rich option.

Desserts and snacks

For those times when you’re feeling a little peckish or want something sweet after dinner! These desserts and snacks are great for either sharing, or keeping all to yourself.

45. Peanut butter cups

Homemade peanut butter cups taste even better than the store brought version! Make them with just 4 simple ingredients.

46. 6-ingredient almond cookies

Keep these cookies on hand for a quick and easy sweet treat to enjoy whenever.

47. Gluten-free vegan banana bread

What’s great about banana bread is that you can eat it as a snack, dessert or even breakfast, slathered in peanut butter and jam.

48. 4-ingredient fudge

I make this vegan fudge all the time, because it’s just so addictive! Eat on its own, or with smoothies or oatmeal bowls.

49. Cornbread

This savoury cornbread recipe is super versatile, great for serving either as a side dish or on its own as a snack.

50. Vegan millionaire shortbread

This vegan millionaire shortbread by Natalie from Feasting on Fruit is just like the real thing, and even better. Seriously drooling just looking at the photos!

51. Spicy buffalo white bean hummus

This creative hummus idea by Brandi from The Vegan 8 is perfect for serving with vegetable sticks, on toast or with chips.

52. Vegan double chocolate chip cookies

These double chocolate chip cookies by Britt from The Banana Diaries are just calling my name! The more chocolate the better, so these are delivering for sure.

53. Almond butter veggie chips

No need to buy vegetable chips, when you can make them at home in just a few steps. Perfect to serve with dips like hummus or vegan tzatziki.

54. Dreamy Orange Creamsicle Cake

Want a dessert you can go back to over and over again? Try this orange creamsicle cake by Shannon from Yup, It’s Vegan!

55. Easy spinach and sunflower seed dip

Doesn’t this dip by Thomas from Full of Plants look incredible?! It would taste delicious with crackers or vegetables as a movie night snack.

56. Vegan ‘Chicken’ Nuggets (Chickpea Nuggets)

These vegan ‘chicken’ nuggets made with chickpeas and tofu are great served with a dip of your choice.

57. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

A sweet treat that’s ready in 5 minutes and involves chocolate chips? Yes please!

10 Delicious Vegan Recipe Ideas For Veganuary

When you first decide to ‘go vegan,’ it can seem like a daunting life full of oat milk and salad. However, once you get going, you’ll realise that there are actually a number of ways to diversify your diet and make all your old favourites vegan friendly. These ten vegan recipe ideas will help you reach the end of Veganuary, and hopefully beyond…

Tofu Scramble
Tuck into a tasty breakfast with this quick, easy and adaptable alternative to scramble. With a mix of fresh veggies such as pepper, onion and kale, a handful of flavourful spices, and an easy homemade sauce, it’s a healthy and delicious way to start the morning. Click here for the recipe.

Vegan Falafel
Made with a combination of chickpeas, cilantro and sesame seeds, these tasty vegan falafels can be served with rice, pita or wraps and tahini sauce. Click here for the recipe.

Italian Stuffed Peppers
Italian stuffed peppers are notoriously meaty but this version shows you that even the classics can fit into your vegan diet. Using brown rice, walnuts and a quick homemade sauce, this dish is great for lunch. Click here for the recipe.

Watermelon Pizza
Craving something sweet but don’t just want a standard piece of fruit? How about a watermelon pizza! Juicy triangles of watermelon topped with coconut yoghurt and your choice of berries make healthy snacking fun. Click here for the recipe.

Quinoa Salad
Bursting with flavour, this simple salad can be prepped in advance and enjoyed on the side of lunch or dinner. A great way to use up left over quinoa or fresh veggies. Click here for the recipe.

Vegan Pad Thai
Rainbow vegetable noodles in a creamy peanut sauce make up this brilliant vegan pad Thai that can be enjoyed with or without crispy tofu. It’s a healthy treat that’s also gluten-free! Click here for the recipe.

Cauliflower & Coconut Milk Curry
This one-pot, 45 minute curry is a recipe that is great to have in your catalogue. Full of flavour and comforting Indian spices, it’ll warm you right up this veganuary. Click here for the recipe.

Creamy Vegan Pasta
Vegan or not, everyone needs a top quality pasta recipe. This creamy, lemon and basil pasta can be cooked in 25 minutes and uses a delicious combination of broccoli and sun-dried tomatoes. Packed with textures and flavours, this pasta will have you forgetting that you ever cooked with cheese. Click here for the recipe.

Vegan Blackberry Cheesecake
This vegan blackberry cheesecake tastes as good as the real thing, created from a fruity mousse on top of a crust of pecans and oats. A great light alternative to sugary or creamy puds. Click here for the recipe.

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding
Indulge in these rich individual puddings to congratulate yourself on your Veganuary journey. Oozing with toffee syrup, serve with some vegan ice cream, and enjoy. Click here for the recipe.

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7 Delicious Plant-Based Recipes To Try If You're Doing Veganuary 2020

With a new year about to begin, who doesn’t love a bit of a challenge? One that’s proving to be popular and ever-growing is Veganuary. The month-long task simply requires participants to give up meat, dairy, and eggs for January. It’s a great stepping stone for those curious about a plant-based diet. Perhaps you want to try out a new diet, or you want to make your lifestyle more environmentally-friendly, either way it's helpful to know where to start and what Veganuary recipes to eat.

The folks over at Veganuary have a mission to “inspire and support people to try vegan, drive corporate change, and create a global mass movement championing compassionate food choices with the aim of ending animal farming.” According to the Guardian, in 2019, a whopping 250,000 people participated in Veganuary, making it the most popular year since it launched back in 2014. 178 countries around the world have participated with more than 200 new vegan products and menus launched for Veganuary 2019.

But it’s all well and good participating, but if you don’t have imaginative recipes and a clear cut idea of what you’re going to chow down over the month, it might be more of a challenge than it needs to be. So to kick things off, here are seven recipes to try out for Veganuary 2020:

Vegan Dinner Recipes

Here are delicious vegan dinner recipes that are easy to make for weeknight dinners or dinner ideas to show non-vegans what cool and yummy plant-based meals look like.

Vegan Crunch Wrap Supreme

One of my favourite ways to satisfy my hunger is making classic non-vegan fast food dishes, using vegan and healthier ingredients. Using this recipe, you can get the same flavours and crunch and you won’t even feel like you’re eating healthy. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Chicken Drumsticks

This vegan chicken I created really changed the game. Not only did I develop a vegan chicken that pulls apart the same way chicken does, but I marinated it and added a skin that gets crispy. All using plants. If you haven’t tried this one yet, test it out and let your eyes and tastebuds be deceived. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Lasagna

I created this recipe about a year ago and continued making it as a dinner staple in my house almost once a month, all year long. The meat sauce and bechamel make this lasagna one of the best vegan meals I’ve had. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Fish and Chips

You won’t believe this vegan fish and chips recipe! There was something fishy going on in my kitchen when I took a canned flower that I couldn’t find a purpose for, and I turned it into fried fish. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Main Dish Recipes

Vegan Mushroom Stroganoff

It’s like adult Hamburger Helper – but so much healthier for you. Dig in.

Vegan Meatballs and Spaghetti

These meatless meatballs deliver a delicious flavor complexity, layering in black bean, quinoa, fresh basil, and red pepper flakes. I found their lightness to be refreshing when compared to the density of the pasta and the traditional greasy heaviness of meatballs. These babies are worth the effort when you have the time.

Tali Sauce Vegan Bowl

Let’s hit pause for a second and talk about tali sauce. If I had to bathe in a sauce, this might be the one. I just want to be surrounded by it. My wife, Shae, and I walk around the house on repeat, like, “ why is the sauce so goooood. ” I’m telling you – it’s something in the mix of the spices. Mustard powder (. ), cayenne, cumin, salt, garlic salt, fresh garlic, lemon juice, turmeric, and curry powder. Add in beans, olives, cilantro, avocado, salsa, and vegan cheese and you’ve got yourself a winner.

Vegan Palak Paneer

Palak Paneer is one of my favorite Indian dishes. It’s bursting with bright green color and spinach flavors. To adapt it for a vegan diet, you simply sub out the paneer (cheese) with tofu and change out the ghee (clarified butter) with coconut milk. You can pair the vegan palak paneer with Basmati rice or naan. Heads up – naan is not always vegan so be sure to check your ingredients if you’re vegan.

Hearty Vegan Chili

I love everything about chili. The spicy warmth from the chili powder, smoked paprika, and garlic. The satisfying protein from the beans and the acidic loveliness of the tomato sauce base. Yum. Add a piece of warm green chili cornbread and I’m on cloud nine. Give me a glass of red wine and my heart and soul are warmed from the inside out. Few meals are so homey and satisfying.

Mediterranean Farro Bowls

These vegan Mediterranean Farro Salad Bowls with lemon tahini sauce are easy to prepare in advance so you can quickly assemble them for healthy and delicious weeknight meals. They feature farro, red onion, roasted red peppers, parsley, kalamata olives, chickpeas and a creamy tahini sauce to bring it all together. This yummy and filling dish is high in plant-based protein and fibre and packed with essential vitamins and minerals.

Roasted Veggie Brown Rice Bowl

These roasted veggie brown rice bowls are really easy to throw together and you can use whatever ingredients you love the most. You can even change the flavor of the bowl by adding a different dressing or sauce even when all the other ingredients are the same. This one uses a delicious tahini sauce. So versatile!

Chickpea and Spinach Coconut Curry

Fitting in a freshly prepared, nourishing dinner on a weekday evening can be hard. In between working, blogging, going to the gym, and attempting to have a social life, there’s often very little time for niceties like a curry cooked from scratch. This sort of predicament means I am totally up for cooking shortcuts, providing they don’t compromise on nutrition or taste. This 20 minute curry does the trick.

Kale Detox Salad

The overarching principle behind this salad being a “detox” salad is that it’s super green, which means chlorophyll. I love talking about chlorophyll as a detoxifying agent because it’s one of the best things you can have for your liver. Without getting too science-y, chlorophyll helps increase the activity of Phase II Biotransformation Enzymes, which have been shown to help remove toxins and carcinogens from the body. So basically, eat green and help your liver.

Spring Buddha Bowl

Buddha Bowls are loaded with grains, vegetables, vegetarian proteins, nuts, seeds, herbs, greens – so many choices! They’re healthy, filling, and beautiful! Enjoy the season’s freshest veggies in your very own Spring Buddha Bowl.

10 Delicious Recipes to Try This Veganuary!

Are you giving Veganuary a bash this year and are feeling a bit lost in the world of all-things-vegan? If you’re new to plant-based eating and are feeling a bit bewildered on the “what should I make for dinner tonight?” front. We’ve got you covered! Here is a list of easy-peasy, vegan recipes that are sure to soothe any vegan newbie’s hankerings.

One of our favourite Veganuary recipes, especially for first-time vegan chefs. This loaded boerie roll is cooked exactly how you would BV (Before Vegan), but with lashings of onions and relish, taking the old boerie basic and giving it a new plant-based lease on life.

Everything you ever loved about a burger, without compromise, elevated to a class of its own. This is the Big MacFry, and it is going to have you questioning every other burger you’ve ever eaten previously and it’s vegan…no really, we promise!

A family favourite, a crowd-pleaser, a warm hug in a casserole dish – dig into this plant-based recipe for an old faithful pal. This easy vegan meal is loaded with extra veggies, that do a lot of the heavy lifting in the dish, meaning extra brownie points for an extra healthy meal.

Hot Tip: This is a longer recipe and serves 6, so if you’re cooking for one or two, refrigerate the rest for an easy-on-the-go, heat ‘n eat, healthy meal. Or, if you’re cooking for the whole family, double-up, pop one in the fridge and pick a night off to catch-up on that series everyone’s been telling you about.

All day breakfast that works for lunch too, this easy vegan recipe is sure to be a great kick start to your day and is also great for maintaining your energy levels and avoiding that deadly 3pm slump.

The pot at the end of our rainbow is filled to the brim with this creamy, nourishing goodness. This one-pot wonder is a firm favourite in any arsenal of easy plant-based meals.

Sometimes the magic of a meal is all in the sides! Crispy golden crumbed schnitzels dredged in a mouth-wateringly creamy dill sauce and served with heaping of this ingenious German-style potato salad – not a drop of mayo in sight.

Hot-tip: Prep your potato salad the night before and slash your cooking time down to 20min!

Needing a booster shot of fun as an easy vegan meal? Whether it’s for Taco-Tuesday or TGI-Friday, this is a great recipe for lifting the spirits and getting all hands on deck and involved in loading up their Taco’s with lip-smacking goodness.

A delectable vintage classic! This easy vegan recipe will have you repeating lines from The Godfather and considering opening up your very own trattoria at that corner store you’re always driving past.

Sometimes nothing else can beat the ease and delicious simplicity of a tuna-melt zarm! Slap some of this goodness between two slices of your favourite local and go-to-town: pickles, chillies, onion, fresh herbs, a few slices of your favourite vegan cheese, toast it, snackwich it – plate it like a prince!

Any change is hard, especially the ones that we make to our lifestyle. Well done to you! Taking part in Veganuary means you’re having a positive effect on the place we call home and on all who live on it! So here’s a little treat, you deserve it.

For loads more recipes, meal plans, hacks and tips take the Veganuary pledge here where you can be part of a supportive community striving to make the world a better place, one healthy bite at a time.