When it comes to scouring the internet for simple recipes, you are given plenty of options to choose from. As you get more selective, you tend to come across some combinations you would have never dreamed of! If you are searching for 20 easy vegan fall recipes, hopefully this list will help!
1. Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte
You can’t spell Fall without a pumpkin spice latte! Whether you became a fan because of the craze in recent years or you want a nice autumn drink, this vegan pumpkin spice latte is for you. You’ll save some money by making this at home which will in turn grant you more lattes to drink!
2. Butternut Squash Soup
Some days in Fall can get really chilly so cuddling up with a bowl of butternut squash soup sounds like heaven. This is an easy vegan fall recipe to follow because it just involves a lot of blending! If you are searching for a comforting meal that you can make again and again, your search is over.
3. Vegan Eggplant Parmesan
As someone who constantly sees eggplant parmesan on menus, this vegan eggplant parmesan immediately caught my attention. It is crispy, satisfying, and simple to make! This will be your go-to vegan fall recipe for a cozy date night in.
4. Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes
For those mornings when you want to immediately dive into that pumpkin flavor, these vegan pumpkin pancakes are for you. Pancakes are a favored breakfast food so finding an easy vegan fall recipe is a necessity. Sometimes you just want a little extra flavor and what could be better than pumpkin spice?
5. ‘Cheesy’ Pumpkin Ravioli
After a satisfying pumpkin breakfast, you may want to wind down with this vegan fall recipe for pumpkin ravioli! The “cheese” takes the form of a pumpkin-cashew mixture and remember to make sure that your premade lasagna sheets are vegan.
6. Vegan Kale & Artichoke Dip
Artichoke dip is a staple in many homes and on a nice Sunday in Autumn, a recipe for vegan kale & artichoke dip will immediately be put to use. You’ll spend 20 minutes on this appetizer and if you feel obliged, you can serve them on crostini with chickpeas & picked onions all night long!
7. Vegan Mashed Cauliflower w/ Roasted Garlic & Chives
Forget those days of plain old mashed potatoes! This vegan fall recipe will have you craving vegan mashed cauliflower as a side dish for every meal. It is light, flavorful, and it will be done in a snap.
8. Maple-Chipotle Sweet Potato Bisque
A perfect balance of heat and sweet, this maple chipotle sweet potato bisque will instantly become part of your vegan fall recipes. If you want a thinner soup, simply add more soy milk!
9. Scary Stuffed Bell Peppers
No worries, the only scary part of this vegan fall recipe is putting your carving skills to use! Following in the same footsteps of a jackolantern, these scary stuffed bell peppers are filled with so much more goodness. Consider utilizing this vegan recipe after a trip to the pumpkin patch!
10. Minestrone Soup w/ Arugula
If you’re like me, you like anything with arugula in it. This vegan fall recipe for minestrone soup is great because it has less than ten ingredients and can be done within the hour!
11. Savory Pumpkin Tart
Don’t forget to add some pumpkin pastries to your vegan fall recipes! This savory pumpkin tart is a must eat because it is visually stunning and can be utilized as an entree.
12. Southwest Pumpkin Risotto
If you are a fan of risotto and want to keep things dairy free, this southwest pumpkin risotto is for you. Adding the pumpkin sauce at the end even gives it an extra creamy texture!
13. Pumpkin Pie Oats
Taking thirty minutes to prepare pumpkin pie oats for breakfast, what could be a better way to start the day? Think having a pumpkin pie for breakfast without all the extra time and you will be thankful for this vegan fall recipe.
14. Pumpkin Pie Parfait
When you are pressed for time but still want that pumpkin in your day, these pumpkin pie parfaits are for you. This vegan fall recipe had me convinced when I saw cinnamon-maple granola!
15. 1-Bowl Pumpkin Bread
Break out this vegan fall recipe for 1-bowl pumpkin bread at your next family gathering. Your family and friends will be blown away by this vegan and gluten free decadent snack. Move over banana bread!
16. Vegan Gluten-Free Cornbread
Who would pass up on some delicious cornbread? Not me! This vegan fall recipe for cornbread is perfect because it doesn’t require many ingredients and cam be kept in the freezer for up to a month!
17. One Pot Creamy Mushroom Pasta
As a beginner in the kitchen, I gravitate towards any recipe with one pot. This is an ideal vegan fall recipe for when you want to feed your family a filling meal but don’t have all day to prepare. Mushroom Pasta to the rescue!
18. Roasted Teriyaki Mushrooms w/ Broccoli Soba Noodles
So many flavors in the title alone! If you are looking to give mushrooms another chance after a bad experience, these roasted teriyaki mushrooms might be just the vegan fall recipe you need. The amount of flavor will astound you and possibly bring mushrooms back into your kitchen for good.
19. Mushroom Quesadillas
Missing the comfort of a quesadilla but don’t want to overload on cheese? Give this mushroom quesadilla vegan fall recipe a try! A fun way to get some tofu in your system and provide that nostalgia from your childhood experiences with quesadillas.
20. Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Brussels Sprouts
Roasted vegetables are tasty in general and this vegan fall recipe for roasted sweet potatoes & brussels sprouts will remind you why. Consider utilizing this recipe when you have the time to roast! This is one of the best vegan fall recipes!
Give some of these vegan fall recipes a try and leave comments on how it turned out! What are your favorite vegan fall recipes? Tell us in the comments!
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Rebecca was born in Hayward, CA and still resides there today. She received her BA in English Creative Writing from San Francisco State University and is the first in her family to graduate from university. She is a Poetry student in the MFA program at Saint Mary’s College of California and is furthering her involvement in the literary community. In her spare time, she likes to lose her voice at Giants games, read Young Adult novels, make lists, and aims to cross become a writer off it.