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A one pot meal uses simple ingredients and just one pot or skillet to prepare a delicious lunch or dinner. Typically, the meal is ready to eat in under 30 minutes. And these 10 easy one pot vegan meals take this convenient concept one step further. They are all plant based.
When you need a quick and nutritious meal, try one of these. Whether you are vegan or not, I think you’ll find them an amazing option for a satisfying meatless meal.
Round Up of 10 Easy One Pot Vegan Meals
I love the convenience of these easily prepared meals. Using a soup pot, dutch oven or skillet, a hot, nutritious dinner is on the table in short order. One pot means less mess in the kitchen and a speedy clean up too. Less time in the kitchen frees up more time to spend with family, play outside or enjoy some downtime in the evening.
Check out these recipes from Journey With Healthy Me and other awesome health conscious, foodie bloggers. Just click on the underlined titles to go to the recipes.
from Journey With Healthy Me
This yummy alternative to traditional pot pie brings all those homey flavors into a soup that’s dairy free. It’s comfort food without the distress that dairy products can bring.
from Food With Feeling
This dinner comes together in minutes using pantry staples. Swap out the fresh vegetables for frozen, if desired. And use gluten free pasta of your choice, if you are gluten sensitive.
from Feel Good Foodie
Martha Stewart perfected the one pan pasta recipes, back in 2013. Uncooked pasta is added to the pot, along with the other ingredients, and they all cook together. I’ve tried several of these recipes and they work! You don’t have to precook the pasta. This recipe is a basic version that’s easy to adapt. Add more veggies or herbs, if desired.
from She Likes Food
This simple pasta dish uses fresh cherry tomatoes and basil. Use penne pasta, regular or gluten free. This recipe makes a great summer time meal.
from Flavor the Moments
I love Thai food. This easy to prepare meal combines zucchini noodles with veggies in a Thai peanut sauce. This light, summery meal does require a spiralizer, to turn zucchini into noodles. Pick up one below.
from Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen
One pot, 10 simple ingredients, 10 minutes for this flavorful dish! The recipe calls for vegan cream cheese, or the recipe creator provides a DIY version that you can substitute. As with all the pasta dishes, you can use gluten free pasta if you want.
from Contentedness Cooking
I can’t wait to try this recipe! Really, I’ll be cooking these up this weekend. This hearty meal uses a homemade, sugar free BBQ sauce, recipe included, or you can substitute your favorite brand. Ready in just 15 minutes, Cowboy Beans are perfect to take to family gatherings.
from Vegan Richa
Do you love those spring rolls that come with Chinese food? Then you’ll love this gluten free, nut free recipe that’s ready to eat in 30 minutes. Use up that leftover rice in the fridge for this one.
from Make It Dairy Free
This delicious combination of chickpeas, broccoli and cashews in a savory garlic sauce is ready in 20 minutes. Use a skillet for the Chinese takeout inspired dish.
from Journey With Healthy Me
And finally, this soup is inspired by the mildly spicy Indian dish, Aloo Matar. Potatoes, onions, garlic and peas combine in a rich tomato broth seasoned with garam masala and curry. I created this recipe during my 62 Outrageous Things to Do for My 62nd Birthday celebration.
I hope you’ll visit the other blogs and find more healthy and delicious recipes to try. Happy cooking…and enjoy spending less time in the kitchen!
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