Here are some great places to find delicious, easy vegetarian and vegan recipes
Visit www.veggiechallenge.com to sign up for a free online program where you’ll get recipes delivered to your inbox every day for a week! Many recipes and meal ideas are also posted on the website itself.
Post Punk Kitchen
Fantastic vegan recipes from Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero, co-authors of multiple cookbooks including the amazing Veganomicon, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World, and many more.
Since being the first vegan chef to win The Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, Chloe Coscarelli has released three fabulous cookbooks that use very simple, accessible ingredients to make delicious, familiar plant-based meals.
Toronto Vegetarian Association’s Recipe Blog
Click here to visit TVA’s recipe blog. This will take you to all posts tagged “recipes”, including all the recipes sent out in our monthly eNewsletter, eLifelines.
Hundreds of plant-based recipes! Plus, meal plans, dinner party ideas and more!
Murr’s Menu brings fresh, wholesome, plant-powered foods to you through an online recipe centre.
Another local chef and Toronto Veg News columnist Amy Symington provides new recipes weekly!
SideChef is a simple step-by-step voice-activated cooking app, that includes hundreds of vegetarian recipes from top vegetarian bloggers including the Edible Perspective, Cookie+ Kate and Amuse Your Bouche. Vegetarians can use Sidechef to search recipes by ingredients such as beans, legumes, nuts and soy, while ensuring they are vegetarian too.
Living and Raw Foods
Noted as the largest internet community dedicated to living and raw foods.
International Vegetarian Union
IVU’s 3000+ vegan recipes from around the world in English and other languages. Some are from popular vegetarian cookbooks.
Vegan recipe site by Beverly Lynn Bennett who has been working in restaurants for over 20 years, and writes a monthly column for VegNews.
Peter S. wrote us to recommend this site, “The recipes are all vegan and include some for special occasions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can also put in a key word and do a search. For example, I put in biscotti, and a great-looking recipe was produced. She has a lot of recipes and they can be printed for free.”
Vegan recipe site by PETA. Special occasion features, shopping guide, new product spotlight, faq’s, chef profiles, recipes, a section for food-service professionals, and more.
Search several years of recipes from Vegetarian Times. Option to search for egg-free and/or dairy-free. Each recipe comes with basic nutrition information per serving.
Jewish Veg has a long list of recipe links.
Tasty Vegan Meals post pictures and descriptions of meals they make.http://tastyveganmeals.blogspot.com/
Food.com (formerly Recipe Zaar)
57,000+ | Ratings | Nutrition info | Change servings | Flag recipes | Many photos
Huge vegetarian section and vegan section (15,000+) of recipes submitted by users. Each recipe includes the cooking time, rating by visitors to the site, a conversion tool to change the number of servings, nutrition information, and a printing option. Excellent search and sort feature. Sign up for free and you can add recipes to your own meal plan, cookbook or shopping list.
13,000+ | All vegan | Flag recipes | Some photos
More than 2,000 vegan recipes for just about any occasion. Visitors who register (free) can flag their favourite recipes, create shopping lists, rate recipes and add comments. Comments from other cooks are linked to most recipes. Once you find the mini section you want, recipes can be sorted. For example the muffin category has 90 recipes – these can be sorted by rating, date, etc. There are also articles, surveys, and personals.
4,700+ | Gourmet | Flag recipes | Many photos
This gourmet recipe site from the publishers of Bon Appétit, Gourmet, Self, and Parade magazines has a large meatless section. Each recipe includes the cooking time, ratings and comments by members (free to join). Most recipes have gorgeous photos. The search and sort feature works very well. Unfortunately there is no vegan category. Most recipes are not vegan but one can often substitute the ingredients.
3,100+ | Nutrition info | Change servings | Flag recipes | Some photos
Their vegetarian section has recipes submitted by users including over 700 vegan recipes. Each recipe includes the cooking time, rating by visitors to the site, a conversion tool to change the number of servings, detailed nutrition information, and several printing options. You can search sub-sections for “top 20″, “newest” or keywords. For example you can search the vegetarian main meals section for “vegan,” but you can’t find the top 20 vegan recipes.
• Warning: most of the site’s sub-sections include meat recipes – even sections like “Greens” and “Kale”. You can search “Greens” for “vegetarian” but you can’t find the top 20 vegetarian recipes that contain greens.
Nutrition info |Great recipes | Many photos | Interesting Blog
Comprehensive vegetarian information site run by two TVA members. This Toronto-based site is packed with information about nutrition, recipes, books, and has an incredible blog. Some of the interesting blog topics include “How to Become a Vegetarian” and “Broccoli vs. Kale”. EverythingVeg also has Reader Blog that encourages readers to share their favourite Veg story. You can share your veg story at: