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15 Vegan Autumn Recipes Perfect For Chilly Nights

15 Vegan Autumn Recipes Perfect For Chilly Nights

Vegan autumn recipes are the perfect addition to any cold night in the fall! These delicious vegan foods are some of the best to eat during chilly evenings!

Vegan autumn recipes can really warm you up! Braving the cold weather that comes with the arrival of autumn is a tricky thing to adjust to, especially to those of us who still want to desperately hold onto summer! However, there is one thing that helps us to cope with the cold winter period, and that is food! There is nothing greater than when you have had a long day in the freezing cold, rainy weather and you come home and make yourself a warm, hearty meal!

People have the misconceptions that vegan meals are not as ‘hearty’ as fully fledged meaty meals and that is exactly why they tend to get overlooked when the weather starts to get a bit chilly. With that being said, here is a list of 5 vegan autumn recipes that are absolutely perfect for all those chilly nights…

1. Instant Pot Cauliflower and Butternut Thai Curry

Now, this is a piping hot, flavorsome recipe that is bound to get all your taste buds up and dancing around your mouths! Butternut squash is such an autumnal vegetable and it is truly heavenly combined with cauliflower. The added spice from it being a Thai curry also makes it the perfect thing to eat if you have come down with a cold. Also, not only is it delicious but it is also handy as all the ingredients are just thrown into an instant pot and left to cook on their own, making it the perfect dinner choice for all those busy working days!


2. Stuffed Pumpkin

Did anyone say Halloween banquet? Well, this recipe certainly looks like its fit for an epic Halloween themed dinner! This baked pumpkin with a gorgeous stuffing of rice, fennel, apple, pomegranate seeds and pecans is the ultimate way to reign in the autumn period in style. The warmth that comes from the roasted pecans, fennel and apples will definitely make you all warm and cosy when it’s extremely cold outside! Plus, this whole dish is surely made to exist on the gram- I mean there is dinner for 4 inside a beautifully roasted pumpkin! What more can you wish for?


3. Carrot, Cumin and Beetroot Burgers

This is the perfect Friday night treat for those of you who are craving a good old takeaway. The best thing about this is that you can easily make this for yourself instead of ordering out to a greasy burger joint! The depth of flavour in the cumin seeds with the sweetness of the carrots and beetroot really give this burger a sense of heavenly intensity. This, therefore makes this vegan burger not only a perfectly healthy dinner choice for those chilly nights in when it’s too rainy and gloomy to go outside but it’s also something different from the usual meaty burgers out there!

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4. Creamy Pumpkin Pie Bars

Trick or Treat? Well, this recipe is most definitely a TREAT and a half!!! With pumpkin being the most autumnal veg out there, and PUMPKIN PIE being the most popular dessert during this season, why not try something a bit different in the form of these creamy pumpkin pie bars! The recipe is not only an innovative take on an all-time classic but it’s also a really handy treat to take with you while you are out and about… a win win! Paired with a nice cup of tea, these bars are definitely something which will make you want to WILFULLY welcome the colder days! This is one of the best vegan autumn recipes!

5. Maple Orange Sesame Bites

If you are ever in need for a quick and easy sweet treat then you should definitely try out this extremely healthy, raw vegan recipe! The maple syrup and orange zest play homage to the autumnal/ winter season and really give you a refreshing taste at the same time! The sesame seeds coated on top of the bites also alleviate the recipe to a whole new level by giving a crunchy, nutty texture. This is such a creative recipe for when you are too cold and run down to make yourself a sweet snack when your craving one as you can make a number of these in advance and refrigerate/ freeze them for when you want to eat them! Enjoy with a nice cup of coffee or tea and you have the ultimate autumnal treat! 😉


Now its time to go grab your fav aprons and get ready to start making these incredibly tasty vegan autumn recipes that are absolutely perfect for all those chilly nights! Comment down below what recipe you are dying to try out this fall.
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