My Favorite Vegan Meals


Since I went vegan I have had a whole new appreciation for food and I am actually enjoying eating now. And I enjoy every single meal I eat because everything is just so good which is something I did not used to think before. I thought I would share some of my favorite things to eat so you can get some inspiration for your meals. Some of these meals are very similar and you might find one recurring food throughout the meals but that's simply because I love potatoes - they are easy to make, cheap and incredibly filling.


You can also check out what I eat in a day here


Oven baked sweet and regular potatoes with baked veggies
I love to mix sweet and regular potatoes and to make an easy base for my dinner. Just cut them into cubes and place in the oven on a baking sheet lined with baking paper for about 30 minutes at 200 degree Celsius. I don't remember the exact spice I used but you can never go wrong with a mixture of paprika, garlic - and onion powder.

In the oven baked veggies I have tomatoes, garlic and onion and you can find just how to make it right here. It is super easy and can spice up any meal. In the salad I have peas, tomatoes, spinach and other leafy greens.


Oven baked mashed potatoes
Potatoes in cubes, potatoes in slices, potatoes mashed, potatoes everywhere. Mashed potatoes baked in the oven is definitely one of my favorite ways to use potatoes. This can go with everything and anything and I could just eat it plain, maybe with some veggies on the side. You can find the recipe right here. You can definitely also leave out the garlic - and onion powder and just use plain salt.


Potato wraps
This is such a treat and absolutely worth the time it takes to make. You can eat these wraps with any kind of dressing or spread and add just the right veggies to make it the perfect wrap for you. I am going to post a recipe on how to make them soon so stay tuned for that.

In these wraps I had curry pesto (which you can find in Movie Night), oven baked broccoli (baked for about 20 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius), oven baked cauliflower (with a sprinkle of salt, baked for 30 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius), cucumber, tomato and red onion.



Oven baked potatoes with cheese sauce and oven baked veggies
Again, oven baked potatoes but this time it's with this cheese sauce that is definitely also one of my favorite things to make because it can spice up a lot of meals + it's super easy to make and it is SO good! I will have a recipe soon as I am doing another recipe week so stay tuned! The baked veggies are the same as the one above and you can find the recipe here. On the side I just have a mix of leafy greens.


Oven baked potatoes and broccoli, tomatoes and veggie fritters
Oven baked potatoes, again again, with oven baked broccoli, cubed tomatoes and veggie fritters which you can find in the eBook Movie Night - right here. You can make a big batch of fritters and then freeze the rest down to use whenever you want to spice up your meals. I love the combination of broccoli and tomatoes - the broccoli is made like above, baked for 20-25 minutes in the oven at 200 degree Celsius.


Oven baked sweet and regular potatoes with summer salad
I just wanted to mention this meal because, of course I like sweet potatoes and regular potatoes, but what I think is the star of this meal is the summer salad which I have a recipe for right here. It is so delicious and it makes a huge comeback for salads because this is the opposite of boring. Tip: if you do not have access to fresh peas you can definitely also use frozen peas.

Thank you so much for reading and I hope this has given some inspiration to your own meals. I hope to see you again soon and don't forget to stay tuned for recipe week coming soon.