From unique plant-based desserts to healthy post-workout meals, our top ten bloggers listed below all like to share tasty vegetarian and vegan recipes everyone can enjoy, giving you the perfect excuse to stock up on our favourite veggies and try out some delicious new recipes!
Here’s some mouth-watering inspiration.
Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen
With over 62,000 Instagram followers, Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen is one of the most popular food blogs out there. Run by Manchester based blogger, Nadia, it’s filled with a mix of vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and dairy-free recipes.
After having to change her diet drastically to combat skin problems, Nadia decided to share her food journey with the world. From healthy snacks to post-workout meals, her blog is packed with great, mostly vegetable-based recipes.
A recipe for you to try: Loaded Mexican sweet potato fries with a vegan cheese sauce
When it comes to cooking tasty vegetarian meals, creativity can be hard to come by, and we can find ourselves stuck in a rut. After realising in 2007 that the majority of her family recipes began with tinned tomatoes, Jacqueline started up Tinned Tomatoes as a way to push herself to be more creative in the kitchen – and inspire the rest of us to be too!
Her blog features over 600 easy family recipes that are all either vegetarian and vegan.
A recipe for you to try: Easy chickpea and coriander burgers
Proving veggies aren’t just for savoury dishes, Kate’s blog Veggie Desserts shows how you can use kale, carrot and other healthy foods as key ingredients in sweet treats. Claiming she’s unashamedly obsessed with vegetables, she’s come up with hundreds of creative recipes that are a healthy (and delicious) twist on some sugary favourites. We’re talking kale cupcakes, beetroot cookies and avocado ice cream.
A recipe for you to try: Pea and vanilla cake with lemon icing and pea shoots
Amuse Your Bouche
The best vegetarian recipes are ones that keep it simple- just like the ones you’ll find over at Amuse Your Bouche. The creation of Becca, this blog is filled with simple recipes that aim to show how easy it can be to create tasty vegetarian food. A play on words of the classic hors d’oeuvre, the recipes on Amuse Your Bouche are full of fun and include a wide range of main dishes, snacks and desserts.
A recipe for you to try: Low carb cauliflower tabbouleh
The Flexitarian is perfect for those who are not quite ready to give up meat all together but are searching for some inspiring veggie recipes to add to their weekly meal plan. Annabelle is passionate about the environment and animal welfare. Originally from France, her love of food definitely shines through in her huge mix of recipes.
A recipe we love: Mango, cashew and ginger energy balls
With aspirations back in 2012 to run the 96-mile West Highland Way, Jayne decided to start her blog Veggie Runners as a way to prepare herself and inspire other vegetarians to be fit and healthy too. With the help of her daughter, Bibi, she shares recipes and fitness tips specifically for vegetarians but also tries to help everyone to be as healthy as possible with advice and pop-up fitness events around the UK.
A recipe for you to try: Grilled aubergines with miso and chia seed glaze
The Veg Space
With 20 years of being veggie as well as a Vegetarian Cooking Diploma under her belt, Kate knows a thing or two about delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes. She shares her foodie knowledge over on her blog, The Veg Space, which provides a wide range of ludicrously tasty vegan recipes for main meals through to light lunches.
A recipe we love: Skinny beetroot hummus
From sharing her favourite vegetarian and vegan recipes to providing tips on crafts, gardening and home improvements, Chris’ blog, Thinly Spread, is a true hub of creativity.
Using seasonal vegetables and fruits, she shares a range of tasty desserts, mouth-watering main meals and sensational soups that all the family will enjoy.
A recipe for you to try: Carrot and coriander fritters
Started by Zoe, Eats Leeds is a food blog that specialises in gluten free recipes suitable for vegetarians. Inspired by her own dietary requirements, she spends her days designing new recipes and sharing them with her followers.
Zoe also gives recommendations for great veggie restaurants in Leeds, helping people on a gluten free diet to realise that they can eat out with ease if they know where to look.
A recipe for you to try: No-fuss gluten free cheesecake
Bit of the Good Stuff
Creator of Bit of the Good Stuff, Sharon discovered a passion for plant-based recipes after having her little boy. As well as health reasons, she felt strongly about animal welfare and the environment so decided to start documenting her healthy food plant-based diet with recipes and tips on her blog.
It covers all bases, from boosting breakfasts through to decadent desserts.
A recipe for you to try: Coconut Chocolate Bark with Goji Berries and Pecans
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