Vegan Recipe Index – Thriving on Plants

Index of All Vegan Recipes on

Many articles on the site include novel and exciting vegan recipes.  We’ve assembled them all together here to help you locate them!  Please note that some recipes appear in more than one category.

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  1. Breakfast Buddha Bowl
  2. Vegan Scrambled Egg Wrap
  3. Green Smoothies


Main Dish/Type of Cuisine

Buddha Bowl Meals

  1. Red Pepper and Roasted Chickpea Buddha Bowl
  2. Asian Buddha Bowl
  3. Falafel Veggie Bowl
  4. Breakfast Buddha Bowl

Plant Based Mushroom Recipes

  1. Stuffed Mushrooms
  2. Mushroom Stuffed Cabbage
  3. Creamy Mushroom and White Bean Soup


  1. Eggplant Roll-ups (Low FODMAP)


  1. Vegetable Tagine


  1. Eggplant Meatballs
  2. Vegan Scrambled Eggs
  3. Aquafaba Mayonaisse

Gluten-Free Vegan Pizza

  1. Cauliflower Crusted Pizza with Cashew Cheese
  2. Spinach and Artichoke Vegan Alfredo Pizza

Winter Squash

  1. Wheat Berry and Butternut Squash Salad
  2. Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Stuffing


  1. Injera (Ethiopian Flat Bread Recipe)
  2. Yemisir Wot (Berbere Lentils)
  3. Ethiopian Green Salad
  4. Gomen Wat (Spicy Vegan Stew)
  5. Tikil Gomen (Root Vegetable Stew)

Central African

  1. Muboora (Pumpkin Leaf Greens)
  2. Sadza (African Cornmeal)


  1. Mushroom Larb
  2. Veggie Pad Thai


  1. Tempeh Enchiladas
  2. Mushroom and Cheeze Enchiladas


  1. Cheezy Cauliflower Chowder


  1. Cremini Mushroom and White Bean Soup
  2. Tikil Gomen  (Root Vegetable Stew)
  3. Gomen Wat (Spicy Vegan Stew)
  4. Tomato & Quinoa Soup (Low FODMAP)
  5. Cheezy Cauliflower Chowder

Specialty Diet – Low FODMAP

  1. Eggplant Roll-ups
  2. Veggie Chips
  3. Tomato & Quinoa Soup


  1. Medley of Squash and Sprouts

Side Dishes

  1. Aquafaba
  2. Aquafaba Mayo
  3. Flax Seed Cracker with Nuts and Herbs
  4. Veggie Chips (Low FODMAP)


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