In 2018, our free vegan recipes received over 2 million views. Omnivores, brand-new vegans, and seasoned pros alike turn to PETA Living when they’re looking for plant-based inspiration in the kitchen. We’ve got thousands of delicious options that will satisfy your hunger while sparing animals a life of suffering and a violent death. So if you’re stuck in a rut and wondering what to cook next—or if you’re new to the game and have no idea where to get started—look no further than this recipe list.
These were some of the most searched for, most viewed, and most popular vegan recipes of 2018:
It’s no surprise that these vegan fish tacos were popular in 2018. Throughout the year, we saw the debut of several exciting new vegan seafood products in stores and online.
This vegan detox smoothie is a popular item from our Two-Week Vegan Meal Plan. Be sure to check out the full plan to get more recipe ideas.
This tempting recipe from The Buddhist Chef was a hit in 2018. Check out this video to see why:
Bring home the bagels all year long with this recipe.
This spicy dish will be a hit at your next potluck.
This is a perfect snack for any time of the day.
Fermented foods and macronutrients will help keep your gut healthy.
This beautiful dessert recipe video has been viewed over 1.3 million times:
The best way to spend #NationalCakeDay: Drooling over this enchanting #vegan rainbow cake 🌈 [With Ashley Shotwell Cakes]
Posted by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on Monday, November 26, 2018
Start the day off right with this breakfast and brunch all-star.
You will win friends with this salad.
Vegan ice cream is in stores everywhere, but that didn’t stop plenty of people from looking up our DIY recipe in 2018.
Looking for the perfect party appetizer? Our most popular vegan recipe, year after year, is this tempting classic.
Looking for more vegan recipes to help jump-start your 2019? We’ve got you covered with suggestions for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and desserts.
You can browse thousands of free recipes right here on PETA.org. Be sure to order a free vegan starter kit—it’s packed with helpful tips that make cooking and eating vegan meals easy and accessible: