This page will link you to some simple recipes we included in our Vegan Starter Kit to show you how easy, wholesome, and delicious plant-only eating can be. You can halve them if you’re prepping for one or double them if you’re cooking for a crowd (or seeking leftovers).

There are countless more vegan recipes available in books, magazines, and on the web.

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You could always opt for cold cereal, if that’s your thing. Just read the label to avoid any animal-derived ingredients, then pour on any of a number of dairy alternatives: almond milk, soy milk, rice milk, and many more. If at first you don’t like one alternative, try another. Not only do products within a category vary in taste, sweetness, and quality, but milks from different plants also taste nothing alike. If you’re interested in more variety at breakfast, try these recipes:

These breakfast recipes don’t even begin to scratch the surface of all the options available to you on a plant-only diet. As you build up your own repertoire, you’ll find a wide variety of recipes for vegan muffins, smoothies, pancakes, and even crepes.

Lunches, Dinners and Sides

If it seems hard to find the time to eat healthfully, try these flavorful plant-only meals. While hearty and filling, these recipes are all quite easy to prepare. Depending on how many mouths you have to feed, you can save even more time by eating them as leftovers the next day.


Salads are versatile and varied. You could eat a different salad every day of the year, as either a side or as a full meal. We offer one of each here, but you’ll find that the possibilities are endless. While good salads generally tend toward nutrient- dense greens and brightly-colored vegetables, these recipes go well beyond “rabbit food.”


Desserts and Baked Goods