Make These Vegan Italian Sausages From Scratch
Serve these vegan Italian sausages at your next BBQ.

It couldn’t be more timely with the nice weather and BBQ season! These vegan Italian sausages from scratch can be enjoyed in so many ways! Think about all the amazing pasta dishes you could make! Or on the grill, as a hot dog… The possibilities are limitless!

It makes eight sausages, if that’s too many you can always freeze them! My husband loved them, I personally can’t eat vital wheat gluten so this one was for my husband and for you guys! I hope you enjoy them! I tasted small pieces here and there to adjust the recipe and they are really really good! I will attempt to make a gluten-free option but I doubt it will be as good as these sausages are!

In order to create this recipe, you’ll need liquid and dry ingredients. For the former, you will need vegetable broth, kidney beans, ketchup, tahini, oil, and red wine vinegar. For the dry ingredients, you will need vital wheat gluten, chickpea flour, minced hearts of palm, Italian seasonings, parsley, chili flakes, garlic and onion powder, fennel seeds, and salt and pepper.

I hope you enjoy this vegan Italian sausage recipe as much as I do!

Additional Recipes

In need of more tasty vegan recipes for a summer bbq cookout? Then try making this vegan macaroni salad! The veggie noodle salad features farfalle noodles, red and green bell peppers, celery, green onions, chives, vegan mayo, plant-based milk, vinegar, onion powder, nutritional yeast, salt, and sugar. It’s perfect for any summer get-together!

You can also serve this sweet potato cauliflower vegan mac n’ cheese recipe at your next cookout. The smoky, creamy cheese-like sauce is made using mustard, nutritional yeast, white miso paste, and vegan butter.

And for dessert, try making these creamy, vegan red velvet cookie sandwiches. These red velvet cookie sandwiches are a delicious twist on the classic taste of red velvet cake. This vegan dessert recipe is so easy to make! According to the recipe’s author, “beet powder gives the cookie sandwiches their distinct red coloring. While cacao powder and vanilla extract give them their signature taste. Each cookie sandwich features 391 calories, five grams of fat, 82 grams of carbs, and four grams of protein.”

This recipe was republished with permission from Everyday Vegan Food.