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How would you like to experiment few sexy vegan food inspired from Vegan blogs that are a amazing source for finding plant-based inspiration that will make us get blown away by the creativity of these vegan bloggers, who take vegan eating to another level.
Check out these vegan blogs, and please let us know in the comments if there are any good ones that we’ve missed.
WORTHY VEGAN BLOGS OF 2020
Oh She Glows
The Positives: If you like food, you’ve heard of this blog. Filled with creative vegan recipes, mouthwatering photos, and a heart-on-her-sleeve writing style, Angela’s blog is a must-read for vegans.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sundried Tomato, Mushroom and Spinach Tofu Quiche
Sweet Potato Soul
The Positives: Jenne grew up in Atlanta eating a multitude of sweet potato dishes. Of course, her vegan recipe blog moves beyond just the sweet potato to an array of healthful recipes inspired by soul food.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Southern Sweet Potato Salad
The Full Helping
The Positives: This blog not only includes heavenly vegan recipes, but also thoughtful discussions about ethics, body image, eating disorders, emotional eating, and learning to love ourselves.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Learning to Fully Embrace Health
The Positives: Vegan Richa is home to a crap-ton of ingenious vegan recipes. There are more than a dozen veggie burger recipes alone! Many of the recipes have an Indian flair, but there are also flavours and spices for a variety of world cuisines.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Nut-Free Vegan Nacho Cheese Slices
Pickles ‘N Honey (*Culinary Nutrition Expert)
The Positives: Written by vegan blogger, dog lover and CNE program grad Amanda. This blog is jam-packed with simple, seasonal and fresh recipes.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: How to Make Awesome Vegan Caramel
The Positives: Ella overcame a rare illness by following a plant-based, allergen-friendly diet, and she’s on a mission to share healthy, veggie-rich, delightful food that will help you feel awesome.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sweet Potato, Lentil and Coconut Curry
Oh My Veggies
The Positives: This site contains a mix of tasty vegan and vegetarian recipes, along with menu plans, tutorials, nutrition tips, and recipe roundups from the best of the web.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Black Bean Enchiladas with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Cream
The Korean Vegan
The Positives: Joanne skillfully veganizes Korean dishes and her dark, beautiful food photography inspires us to head into the kitchen. She also has a dedicated section of gluten-free recipes for those who avoid gluten.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Soon Tofu Stew
Keepin’ it Kind
The Positives: If you’re looking for creative, outside-the-box vegan recipes that won’t make you feel deprived or miss the meat, then Kristy’s site is the one for you.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Buffalo Cauliflower Wing Pizza with Tofu Blue Cheese Spread
Healthy Happy Life
The Positives: Kathy Patalsky’s infectious enthusiasm shines through each piece of content on her blog, from recipes to videos to interviews with other inspiring vegans. She’s also the founder of findingvegan.com, a food sharing site for vegan recipes.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Easy Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers
The Viet Vegan
The Positives: Written by Toronto-based vegan blogger Lisa, this blog is home to many simple vegan recipes with a Vietnamese twist, along with honest and humorous musings about life.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vietnamese Mung Bean Dumplings
Fresh Is Real (*Culinary Nutrition Expert)
The Positives: Chantal is the master of gluten-free sourdough, but really all of her gluten-free and vegan baked goods are incredible. If you’re a sourdough newbie, not to worry – she provides both written instructions and video tutorials to make it all practical and simple.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Gluten-Free Buckwheat Sourdough
Vegan Yack Attack
The Positives: Vegan Yack Attack covers a little bit of everything, from healthy meals to indulgent treats, making it easy for you to find something yummy to eat for your next meal.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Cauliflower Scramble
Planted and Picked (*Culinary Nutrition Expert)
The Positives: Culinary Nutrition Expert Sandra began her plant-based eating journey in her 40s and now she and her husband run this gorgeous blog that has hearty, healthful meals you’ll love.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Pumpkin Mac and Cheese
The Positives: A talented cookbook author and vegan chef, Rachel’s recipes are always drool-worthy and we love that she offers unique dishes that you don’t often see elsewhere.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Rasta Pasta
Fork and Beans
The Positives: Cara’s aim is to help people with dietary restrictions feel normal – and she does just that with her delicious vegan and gluten-free recipes. Pay special attention to her infamous ‘copycat’ treats, like healthy teddy grahams, animal crackers, pop tarts, and vegan baked cheetos.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Easy Homemade Sprinkles with Coconut Sugar
The Positives: Longtime blogger and cookbook author Hannah is a truly talented recipe developer and photographer. You’ll love scrolling through her amazing vegan recipes and her crafty posts that feature knitting, crocheting, and sewing.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Tofu Poke
Dreena Burton’s Plant-Powered Kitchen
The Positives: With nearly 20 years as a vegan and with several best-selling cookbooks under her belt, Dreena is one of the pioneering vegans and her blog is filled with healthful, whole-food recipes that the entire family can enjoy.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Vanilla Cashew Yogurt
Veg Kitchen with Nava Atlas
The Positives: Nava has been writing about the power of plant-based, vegetarian and vegan food since the 1980s. On her popular blog, you’ll find loads of vegan recipes, but also nutrition information, cooking videos, e-books, book reviews, and a free downloadable app.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Quinoa Tacos
Post Punk Kitchen
The Positives: Written by the famed vegan queen and cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz, this website has been around since the primeval time of blogging – 2003! With plenty of recipes, videos, and a reader forum, this blog definitely fosters an incredible vegan community.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Tempeh Chimichurri
The First Mess
The Positives: You will get lost in perusing Laura’s stunning photos, thoughtful posts, and recipes, which are filled with seasonal and whole ingredients. With her training as a chef, she adds unique twists to her recipes that bump up the flavour factor!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Fall Veg and Lentil Bowl with Gogi Ginger Tahini Cream
The Positives: If you like baking, this is the site for you. Ashlae’s blog is packed with a ton of vegan, wholesome goodies (many of which are gluten-free), along with her quirky sense of humour and some travel stories for a lil’ variety.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sweet Potato Waffles with Cacao Nibs
I Love Vegan
The Positives: Written by a young, animal-loving married couple, this vegan lifestyle blog aims to make animal-free eating simple and easy to maintain.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Spinach and Mushroom Mini Quiches
Olives for Dinner
The Positives: Erin’s blog is full of stunning vegan food photos (shot by her hubby) that will make you want to reach through your computer screen. Her specialty is veganizing classic dishes and whipping up creative Asian-inspired dishes. There are several recipes for vegan bacon using mushrooms that you will love!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sweet and Sticky Cashew Tofu
The Positives: A school psychologist by day and vegan blogger by night, Ashley’s sense of humour, along with her healthful and dreamy vegan recipes, will definitely help you discover your bliss.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Savory Lentil Quinoa Protein Pancakes
The Vegan 8
The Positives: Brandi began exploring a vegan diet to help her husband heal severe gout. She started her blog to share the sinful-tasting yet delicious vegan recipes she creates to support his health. All recipes on The Vegan 8 are vegan, gluten-free and contain less than eight ingredients, making vegan cooking a total breeze.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Super Fruity Berry Smoothie
The Positives: This family-focused vegan website offers a ton of resources to get the whole family on board with plant-based eating. Monique also hosts a podcast and Youtube channel to help you further your vegan journey.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Easy Vegan Meal Planning for Beginners
Eco Vegan Gal
The Positives: Being vegan isn’t just about what you choose to eat, and this extensive healthy living site show people how vegan, whole food, plant-based living benefits our bods, our lives and the planet. With plenty of articles, recipes, product reviews, videos, interviews, beauty care tips and more, this is essentially a one-stop shop of vegan living.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Mint Chocolate Coconut Tapioca Pudding
The Colorful Kitchen
The Positives: This gluten-free and vegan blog is written by a New York-based holistic health coach who turned to a vegan diet to deal with numerous health issues, including asthma and allergies. It’s full of vegan recipes that are super colourful, yet also easy to make.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Kimchi Stir-Fry
The Positives: Kristina (aka spabettie), a Portland-based food blogger, puts a creative twist on fresh, vibrant vegan food. She loves the challenge of whipping up a good gluten-free and vegan recipe. Her focus is mostly on anti-inflammatory, clean and organic foods.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Savory Tomato Protein Pancakes with Tomato Tahini Sauce
Simple Vegan Blog
The Positives: This vegan blog is written by a Spanish couple who are trying to live a simple vegan life full of tasty food. We think they’ve succeeded!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Spanish Paella
This Rawsome Vegan Life
The Positives: Emily is a university student who woke up one day and decided to become a whole food vegan. Her site is filled with beautiful raw recipes (be sure to check out the decadent desserts!). She’s the author of two cookbooks; one about raw vegan treats and another filled with juice and smoothie recipes.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Raw Lasagna with Cashew Cheese and Sundried Tomato Pesto
The Positives: Alissa is a vegan blogger who also has her own law practice. She started her site to share her passion for cooking plant-based recipes and veganizing recipes so they taste better than the animal-based versions.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Garlic and Dill Cauliflower Steaks
The Positives: The aim of this blog is to ‘vegukate’ (or educate) readers about how delicious and simple whole foods can be, as well as share info about food, health, wellness, and nutrition.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: The Very Best Vegan Kale Caesar Salad
The White Chestnut
The Positives: This blogger lives in Spain and focuses on fresh ingredients to make vegan meals that are simple yet tasty.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Spaghetti Carbonara with Black Garlic
One Arab Vegan
The Positives: Nada lives in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She writes about plant-based Middle Eastern cuisine, as well as how to live a vegan lifestyle in a culture that doesn’t always embrace a plant-iful diet.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Vegan Shakshouka
The Positives: Marly is the matriarch of a vegan family who shares musings on food and life. She posts delicious recipes that debunk the myth that vegans only eat nuts and twigs!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers
The Conscientious Eater
The Positives: Faith avoided cooking at all costs until she began college and began to develop a love for it. As a dedicated runner, she began to research the best foods for her body. This led her to a vegan diet full of fresh, nutritious ingredients.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Homemade Almond Joys
Rainbow Plant Life
The Positives: Nisha is a lawyer turned vegan food blogger whose recipes are elegant yet attainable. Her site includes amazing food photography resources, plus she has a Youtube channel and works with a food startup. You won’t regret spending time with her online.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Indian Chickpea Sweet Potato Stew
My Whole Food Life
The Positives: Melissa and her husband were longtime vegetarians who decided to become vegan in 2012 and since then, they’ve felt better than ever. Melissa is the baker of the family and loves to create healthy versions of unhealthy treats, while her husband Marcus posts the savoury vegan dishes.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Strawberry Creme Truffles
JL Goes Vegan
The Positives: JL Fields wears many hats: blogger, vegan lifestyle educator, meal plan creator, author, personal chef, speaker, career coach, cooking class instructor, and more. On her site, you’ll find a ton of vegan resources, along with easy vegan recipes that can fit into your busy lifestyle.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Tempeh Patties
The Positives: Sarah is a former graphic designer and high school teacher who now spends her days creating vegan recipes in the kitchen. She’s well known for changing and adapting recipes as she goes – and she began her blog to keep track of all of her tasty experiments so she could make them again!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Tahini Alfredo
Pick Up Limes
The Positives: Sadia is a Canadian dietitian currently living in the Netherlands who shares delicious vegan recipes along with health and lifestyle tips. With a Youtube following of nearly 2.5 million, you’re in a wide audience of good company!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Roasted Edamame Chips 2 Ways
Vegan in the Freezer
The Positives: This clever blog focuses on healthy vegan recipes you can either enjoy right away or freeze for later. There are also a lot of tips on how to best freeze a variety of ingredients and dishes!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Mujadara Baked Rice and Lentils
The Positives: Nora not only offers great recipes but has a wealth of tips and tricks about how to be vegan as a family (especially when you have picky eaters!).
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Instant Pot Pulled BBQ Jackfruit
The Simple Veganista
The Positives: Julie has nearly a decade of experience as a vegan and uses her culinary creativity to come up with simple recipes you can make with ingredients that are easy to find at the grocery store.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Hearty Mushroom and Lentil Ragu
The Positives: We appreciate Jessie’s open, honest writing and her commitment to an ever-evolving vegan diet filled with health-promoting ingredients. And we’re super jealous that she lives in California!
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Loaded Summer Chili Fries
The Positives: You’ll come for the gorgeous photography and stay for the bold and creative vegan recipes. If you like cuisines from around the world, this blog is for you.
Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Hijiki Salad
From My Bowl
The Positives: We love Caitlin’s blog for its delicious gluten-free and refined sugar-free recipes, but most of all we adore how her recipes require minimal ingredients and are super budget-friendly, making it even easier to eat healthfully.