8 Best Vegan Blogs
Even if you are not a vegan, hopefully you’ll still find some tasty and healthy recipes on these vegan blogs. Vegan recipes tend to include a lot of vegetables and fruit so it’s good to include some vegan meals as part of your weekly menu every week. I also find vegan recipes delicious as herbs and spices are usually used very well to season the dishes.
Here are some of my best vegan blogs. Check them out. I hope you love them as much as I do!
1: Good Girl Gone Green
I found and loved Good Girl Gone Green a long time ago and adore her mixture of delicious vegan recipes and green living articles. Everything she posts just looks amazing and I want to try it all. I especially love her Cauliflower Leek Soup (pictured), almond pulp bars, Chocolate Mint Cookies, Raw Vegan Vanilla Cashew Cream, Vegan Mayonnaise, Chia Paste which is a great egg substitution, Raw Vegan Chocolate Tarts, and Chocolate Coconut Bar.
She has so many gorgeous recipes on her blog. Check them out now.
2: Veggie Nook
Gabby at the Veggie Nook is a fairly new but understandably popular blogger. As soon as I discovered her blog I was absolutely hooked. She has a captivating voice and addictive yet healthy recipes. She shares healthy vegan and gluten free recipes and has a passion for raw food such as the Healthy Key Lime Pie pictured above.
I personally have made the following recipes from Veggie Nook. The chocolate cherry almond granola, classic tofu scramble, oatmeal raisin cookie green smoothie, avocado, & jalapeno potato salad, raw coconut avocado fries with raw sweet chilli sauce, avocado “everything” sauce, sundried tomato and lemon hummus, lemon coconut hemp seed bites and they have all been absolutely delicious and worked extremely well. Some I have made several times as they have become family favourites.
Check out her recipe page now. Just looking at this list of recipes makes me want to run into the kitchen and whip up some more of her marvelous creations now.
3: Carrie On Vegan
What I love about Carrie’s blog is it’s totally focused on being a healthy vegan, which is what I’m passionate about, getting and staying healthy. Carrie from Carrie On Vegan, follows Joel Fuhrman’s Eat To Live plan which focuses on getting the most nutritious meals that also taste amazing. You can’t get better than that!
Carrie shares recipes such as Sweet Cherry Ice Cream. This was so good me and my baby ate this for dinner one day, but it’s healthy enough to be able to do that! I love the idea of these Spinach & Black Bean Brownies. Sneak your greens in where you least expect them! If you haven’t tried kale chips yet, you’ve really got to try these Sour Cream & Onion Kale Chips. Who would have thought something so healthy could be so gorgeous. Have a look at her recipes. You’ll be spoiled for choice.
4: Chef Amber Shea
I actually bought Amber Shea’s book, Practically Raw before finding her blog Chef Amber Shea. She has an amazing story and is a classically trained chef. Amber is famous for her Raw Vegan Blondies as pictured above. This is fast healthy food at it’s best.
I have to say, of the recipes I’ve made from her recipe book, I’ve returned to make them numerous times as they’ve been so delicious.
Her blog has a massive following and it’s easy to see why.
5: Oh She Glows
Angela has an amazing blog, Oh She Glows. She has stunning photography, moreish vegan recipes and a great writing style. No wonder she’s working on a recipe book.
I often look to Angela’s website for inspiration when I’m in need of a certain type of recipe and she delivers every time. Angela made the Classic Green Monster famous as well as her Vegan Overnight Oats. I’ve loved all the recipes I’ve tried from Oh She Glows including the Crazy Woman Chocolate Blender Pudding, Flu Buster Creamy Clementine Smoothie, My all time favourite hummus recipe, Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch Cookie Dough Balls and Portable Baked Oatmeal.
Whenever I visit her blog, I can lose a long time browsing her archives. Oh She Glows is popular for a reason.
6 Fat Free Vegan Kitchen
I absolutely love Susan’s Fat Free Vegan Kitchen Blog. There are so many gorgeous looking recipes on this website with stunning photos. The best thing about the recipes is that they all use whole foods with no added oil which fits completely with my philosophy of healthy eating. It’s hard to know where to start, but as a fan of quick, easy and healthy meals, I love her ridiculously easy recipes which include the stunning Layered Salad with Black Beans and Mango-Cucumber Salsa, Vegetable Gumbo, Cherry-Chocolate Mousse Pie and the Ridiculously Easy Pineapple Sorbet.
Just looking at her photos is making me seriously drool.
7: Happy Herbivore
I’ve only recently discovered Lindsay’s Happy Herbivore blog but already I’m in love with her healthy approach to her recipes. She doesn’t include any added fats in her recipes and uses mostly whole foods with no refined ingredients. She is the author of several recipe books which include The popular Happy Herbivore Cookbook. All her recipes can be made from scratch very quickly and easily which I love.
8: Vegan Yack Attack
Jackie from Vegan Yack Attack has a great selection of recipes on her blog. There really is something for everyone here and her photos are stunning.
Have a look at her Golabkis (Stuffed Cabbage Rolls), Smoky Corn Chowder, Cocoa-nut Quinoa Bites and the Steamed Butternut Squash over Quinoa with Southwestern Tahini Sauce. Absolutely gorgeous.
If this blog doesn’t make you crave some vegan food I don’t know what will.
Well there we have it, my 8 best vegan blogs and a selection of their delicious recipes. I’m sure you’ll find something within this collection that you absolutely love. Have a look and let me know which blogs are your favourites.
Getting Started with Vegan Recipes
If you are inspired to try out some more vegan recipes, this is a recipe book I have that I can find literally anything I want in as there is just so much. The recipes that I’ve tried have been gorgeous too. It’s extremely good value for the number of good quality recipes contained in this book. Have a look inside 1000 Vegan Recipes book now. If you’re looking for a great collection of healthy unprocessed quick and easy vegan recipes, then you might prefer this fabulous vegan recipe book.
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