As November is World Vegan Month, we have compiled 30 vegan recipes for people wishing to embark on a vegan diet or for those simply looking for inspiration in the kitchen. Yep, that’s one for each day of the month!

November seems to be the month for indulgent vegan food, especially with Thanksgiving coming up. Why not try our Turkey friendly ‘Thanks Living‘ recipes and start a new family tradition.

For new vegans, old hats, those with extensive culinary experience to absolutely none at all, these recipes are for you.

30 Plant Based Recipes For Vegans Who Are Starting In November


1. Quinoa Vegetable Soup with Kale

This healthy soup is gluten-free, homemade and packed full of nutrients and protein from kale and quinoa. Easy to make and really good for you too!

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2. Lemony Lentil and Chickpea Salad with Radish and Herbs

This salad is fresh, filling and is even better as it can be whipped up in less than 20 minutes! Plus, the leftovers are perfect for an easy work or school lunch.

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3. Curried Coconut Quinoa and Greens with Roasted Cauliflower

Simple, vegan-friendly, gluten-free and extra nourishing. It’s a filling salad and bursting with flavor.

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4. Crispy Coconut and Cinnamon Sweet Potato Fries

This recipe makes warming sweet treats which are oven-baked, not fried; therefore they retain less oil and are far healthier. They’re also free of allergens and just about everything else, except a winning combination of flavors.

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5. Butternut Squash Tacos with Jalapeno Ranch

Fresh and tangy tacos with a subtle hint of heat. Perfect for a Netflix night or watching sports with tacos and beer in hand.

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6. Sausage Rolls with Onion and Walnuts

You won’t be able to tell that isn’t made from mince like traditional sausage rolls – both from appearance and taste. These are the perfect snack or appetizer to freeze then serve at any moment’s notice.

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7. Grilled Cauliflower with Winter Pesto

This is light and ultra flavorsome meal or appetizer which will be loved by guests and hosts alike – especially this holiday season.

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8. Turkish Dolmas and Flatbread

LK’s own beautiful rice filled dolmas with a drizzling of lemon juice and olive oil and soft, herbed Turkish flatbreads – unbeatable vegan mezze dishes you can easily make at home.

Get the recipe here.

9. Butternut and Kale Risotto

If you’re in the mood for some nutrient-dense comfort food, you’re in the right place with (not to toot our own or anything) LK’s own rather fantastic risotto style recipe.

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10. Chestnut and Mushroom Pie

With this gorgeous chestnut and mushroom pie, you’ll be forgetting the traditional steak pie for comfort dinners – this is a tasty plant based take on a traditional autumn dish.

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11. Winter Rolls

This recipe is Jamie Oliver’s twist on rice paper rolls which are often referred to as ‘summer rolls’. Often they will be filled with fresh vegetables, but fillings can match the season.

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12. ‘Fish’ Pie with Tofu and Oyster Mushroom

The traditional version of this recipe is popular around the holiday season and during cold winter months – yet this take on ‘fish pie’ is even better than the original and makes amazing leftovers.

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13. Sweet Potato Hash with Seitan Sausage

“A warm and crispy sweet potato hash combined with subtly hot chipotle seitan sausages” – the perfect breakfast on a cold day which will keep you going and prevent mid-morning hanger.

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14. Bread Stuffing with Tempeh Bacon, Mushrooms, Cranberries, Pistachios and Jalapeno

This is a wonderful side dish, appetizer or nut loaf stuffing, especially when paired with a creamy mushroom vegan gravy. It also pairs well with fresh salad and Tofurky roast.

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15. Make-Ahead Panzanella

A quite allergen-friendly recipe, this is nut-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free and of course, vegan. Not to mention absolutely delicious and full of color – eat the rainbow, right?

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16. Gluten-Free Tofu Rice Noodle Salad

This Asian-inspired dish is healthy, easy and quick to prepare, plus it has generous flavors and heaps of color – totally insta-worthy.

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17. Buffalo (no) Chicken Wraps

“A vegan take on buffalo chicken wraps! Homemade buffalo sauce is mixed with hearty seitan, cashew ranch, juicy tomatoes, and kale. Hearty, protein-packed, and meat-eater approved!” – The whole family will be scoffing these down!

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18. Ricotta Gnocchi with Asparagus, Mushrooms, and Peas

This plant-based recipe is actually not as daunting as it may seem if you’re used to packet gnocchi – it is pretty straightforward and you will love the final product!

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19. Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Avocado Garlic Aioli

Proving that winter is more comfort food than gloom and doom – this recipe is addictive, healthy and makes for one killer (so to speak) of a side dish.

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20. Tomato and Basil Soup

In merely 10 minutes, you can make this easy recipe with “[j]uicy, plump tomatoes & aromatic fresh basil come together beautifully in this fresh & vibrant Easy Tomato Basil Soup.”

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21. Sweet Potato Gratin with Coconut Milk

“Fill up on side dishes like this and you’ll glide through the season without damaging your weight loss or health goals.” – Who doesn’t love the sound of that? Plus, it’s sweet, creamy and so delicious that you will feel you’re eating a true, comforting indulgence.

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22. Easy Vegan Meatballs

Even meat-eaters will quickly become besotted with these vegan meatballs, which are easy to make and explosive with flavor. Try them in your favorite spaghetti faux-lognaise or meatball sammies.

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23. Lentil and Walnut ‘Meatloaf’

Despite being made with absolutely no meat, this loaf is anything but lacking in protein. Got some time this evening? Try making it and you won’t be disappointed (or left hungry).

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24. Mock Lamb Curry

This curry brings all the spice, creaminess and meaty texture, but without any actual lamb. Perfect with a vegan cheese naan bread! If curry ain’t your thing but lamb is, we also have 5 lamb-friendly recipes from ‘Love Lamb Week’.

Get the recipe here.

25. Hearty Vegetable Stew

If you love a thick and filling stew, this one is for you. Packed full of healthy vegetables and plant-based starches – this recipe fills you up on the good stuff with no dairy-based cream or meat.

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26. Vegan Broccoli Quiche

Crave a quiche but don’t want to use eggs? No worries with this familiar quiche recipe that just so happens to be cholesterol-free and very flavorsome.

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27. Vegan Soufflé

Soufflé can be vegan, right? As this recipe proves, if you can make it, you can make it vegan. When paired with vanilla dairy-free ice cream, you have an incredible veganized rendition of childhood on a plate.

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28. Artichoke Stew with Lemon and Dill

Devour this recipe as a filling side dish or light main – either way, it’s a delicious feast which is mostly vegetables; full of healthy foods.

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29. Decadent Yule Log Cake

With the holiday season within reach, it could well be right about time to treat yourself with a decadent yule log cake! Perfect for those long days when you just need to eat something sweet and forget about health goals.

Get the recipe here.

30. Spiced Pear and Almond Cake

What’s a winter dinner party that doesn’t end with festive-flavored cake? This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, and perfect to cleanse palettes, plus perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Get the recipe here.

If you would like a recipe featured in future monthly installments of this series or would like to contribute recipes on a regular basis, please get in touch with the team via hello@livekindly.co, we’d love to hear from you!

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