Good afternoon gentle plant eating folk. We all know that it’s pretty straight forward to get enough protein on a vegan diet. That doesn’t stop us looking around for some new recipe inspiration though. Here’s ten powerful high protein vegan meals to inspire you and keep you healthy and strong.
This recipe by our new favourite food blogger Sanjana at K.O Rasoi almost made us cry with joy. Sanjana does an amazing job of veganizing the delicious Indian and East African food she grew up with. One of North India’s most famous curries, butter chicken, also known as Murgh Makani is silky smooth, lightly spiced and ever so slightly sweet. This recipe is truly happy belly food! Thanks Sanjana!
This high protein vegan meal contains a fantastic 22 grams of protein per serving as well as being completely delicious and easy to make. Packed full of quinoa, kale and avocado it’s high in fibre to keep you full throughout the day.
A perfect tool to help convert any non vegan friends you might have. These chickpea nuggets were inspired by author Meghan’s experience getting her children to eat healthy, plant based food. High in protein and requiring only 6 kitchen cupboard staples, these chickpea nuggets are perfect for children and adults alike.
Another recipe that’s causing serious hunger pangs as I write this blog. This vegan spinach ricotta recipe is a fantastic high protein vegan meal and perfect for the cold winter nights ahead.
Another deliciously warming high protein vegan recipe. Packed full of goodness and requiring just one pot to cook (no one likes washing up) this Mexican lentil soup is mild enough for all with room to add more chili for all the spice lovers out there.
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With 24 grams of vegan protein per serving, this high protein vegan meal is sure to keep you satisfied and full throughout the day. The chickpea and walnut balls are a breeze to prepare and can be stored in the fridge as meal prep for future dinners.
The humble pea is often overlooked in favour of the more glamorous chickpeas and lentils, but not anymore! Aimee over at The Wallflower Kitchen has given this simple legume a new lease of life with these delicious baked green pea fritters. Perfect on their own or added to any meal, this high protein vegan food takes just 10 minutes to prepare and 20 to cook.
Just look at how delicious these burgers look! Perfect to throw on the summer BBQ or to snuggle up on the sofa with during winter, these burgers are 100% vegan, high in protein and of course, truly delicious.
With main meals taken care of, how about a high proteins snack? Packing 16g of protein per serving, these bars are a nutritious as they are divine!
Vegan chocolate protein french toast, how good do those 5 words sound together? If you want to start your day right, this is the recipe for you!