All of these vegan, fall recipes feature seasonal vegetables, and are rich in flavor. And we have a recipe for every day of the month so you don’t have to think about dinner. Happy cooking!
We love making a big batch of stew that lasts for an entire week. This one is good for both your soul and your wallet.
This insanely delicious salad is loaded with Yukon gold potatoes, green beans, rainbow quinoa, kale, and avocado
Don’t forget about eggplant, a versatile and healthy winter vegetable. This recipe from
We highly recommend using Follow Your Heart’s vegan ranch dressing as a dipping sauce.
This salad packs 16 grams of protein per serving and features leeks, which grow year-round.
I repeat: vegan pumpkin spice pancakes. They’re October’s perfect comfort food.
This hearty dish features walnuts, vegan sausage, and chopped apple. Combined with cinnamon, nutmeg, and maple syrup, it couldn’t get any more “October” if it tried.
This simple dish takes practically no effort to make. Just grab some udon noodles, peanut butter, soy sauce, and broccoli, and you’re almost there.
I don’t think anyone could deny the combination of flavors that maple syrup, soy sauce, Sriracha sauce, rosemary, and bay leaves add to this dish.
We just love
14. Vegan Paella
Just look at this gorgeous dish! Bell peppers, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, and tomatoes are all up in the mix.
Be careful: This appetizer is so delicious that you might eat it all before your dinner guests arrive.
When was the last time you prepared turnip greens? Their slightly bitter taste combines perfectly with sweet fennel.
Mash cauliflower instead of potatoes. It offers you
This hearty low-calorie soup is super-healthy and sure to warm you up on cold brisk nights.
This dish features a delicious creamy blend of cauliflower, cashews, and artichoke hearts.
Flavorful Moroccan spices pair well with the natural sweetness of these root vegetables.
Pumpkin mac ‘n’ “cheese” is such a great idea for fall, and you can easily justify eating a heaping plate of pasta when all that Swiss chard is involved.
Blackstrap molasses and maple syrup give this hearty dish its robust flavor.
Kale, beans, and black-eyed peas are the secret weapons in this healthy dish, care of the
This cauliflower and sweet potato bowl also stars hemp hearts, quinoa, black beans, and hummus. Yes, please.
Don’t forget about spinach! It’s an ultra-healthy fall vegetable.
This five-ingredient recipe can serve as a colorful side dish to any meal.
Gochujang—a Korean red chili paste—adds a deep, spicy kick to these adorable sliders.
For more fall-themed recipes, take a look at our pumpkin-packed vegan recipes.