11 vegan blogs we owe it to your stomach to follow

11 vegan blogs we owe it to your stomach to follow
If we suspicion cheesecake was out of a doubt as a vegan, consider again (Picture: Minimalist Baker)

We’ve already shown we a best vegan Instagram accounts to stalk, though what about a blogs?

Our fave vegan bloggers break a parable that vegans usually eat leaves by dissecting a clearly imagination food photos with step-by-step recipes that are approach easier to make than they look.

With each blog radiating its possess personality, and showcasing a engorgement of delectable and sweet, you’re firm to find your go-to.

Here are 11 of a best:

1. Oh She Glows

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Even carnivores will be behind for seconds (Picture: Oh She Glows)

Angela Liddon started blogging to request her liberation from an eating disorder, and it shortly incited into a recipe blog as she detected new ways of incorporating plant-based food into her diet. Her Italian bean balls with spaghetti squish noodles are, utterly frankly, too juicy for this world.

 

2. Vegan Family 

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We know what we’ll be creation for cooking tonight (Picture: Vegan Family)

This one lacks a imagination photos and discriminating demeanour of a rivals, though that’s all partial of a attract – it reflects a ‘realness’ of a blog, run by a vegan family in Northern Scotland. This sausage and fungus pie is easy, tasty and ideal for midweek family meals. They also give lots of vegan cookery book suggestions.

 

3. Minimalist Baker

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We would really most like a cut of this cake (Picture: Minimalist Baker)

If you’re thrown by vegan recipes that enclose 1001 uncanny mixture that we really don’t have during home, afterwards this is a blog for you. Dana Shultz creates vegan recipes that use one bowl, enclose 10 mixture or less, and can be prepared within 30 minutes. Like this coconut cream pie.

 

4. Post Punk Kitchen

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If nachos for breakfast is wrong, afterwards we don’t wanna be right (Picture: Post Punk Kitchen)

Isa Chandra Moskowitz started an online cooking show to ‘give vegans something to watch’, with a blog personification second fiddle to a show. Now a blog is her priority, and she shares recipes she’s combined with her vegan friends. Like these breakfast nachos. Yes, we review that right.

 

5. Guac and Roll

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Houmous usually got a imagination new makeover (Picture: Guac and Roll)

Ava Szajna-Hopgood writes your go-to blog for vegan inspo. As good as posting recipes, she also pens vegan transport guides and reviews lots of vegan cafes, so this is really one to follow if you’re new to a vegan game. And if you’re ill of unchanging houmous, afterwards her paprika, pomeganate and lemon extract version was done for you.

 

6. Vegan Richa

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Carb on carb on carb – approbation greatfully (Picture: Vegan Richa)

Richa Hingle’s blog is full of Indian-inspired food, as good as vegan-ised versions of other cuisines. The pizza section is so good it should be illegal. Deep plate lasagna pizza with black eyed peas and tofu thyme ricotta, anyone?

 

7. Vegan in a Freezer

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Vegan comfort food during a excellent (Picture: Vegan in a Freezer)

Perfect for a bustling vegan, Ginny McMeans shares recipes that not usually ambience good now, though can be solidified for later. Make a collection of this vegan sausage ragu for a week ahead.

 

8. Fork and Beans

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We can endorse that crisps + this drop = sky (Picture: Fork and Beans)

Cara Reed began her blog when she was told to cut out certain food groups as they were creation her sick, and she was unhappy with a gluten, egg and dairy-free blogs out there. So done her own. Her raw vegan ‘goat’s cheese’ dip is one of a best things we’ve ever put in a mouth.

 

9. The Simple Veganista

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Your lunchbox’s new BFF (Picture: The Simple Veganista)

Julie West specialises in clean, nutritious unenlightened recipes, to infer that ‘vegan food is not boring, difficult or expensive’. The curried chickpea salad sandwich is one for your lunchbox – and ideal for veggies who skip those heady days of accession chicken.

 

10. Olives for Dinner

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You’ll never call tofu tedious again (Picture: Olives for Dinner)

Erin Wysocarski couldn’t prepare when she incited vegan, and had to learn a ropes rather quickly. She passes on her knowledge – including accurately what to do with those routine blocks of tofu – in her blog. We suggest a sweet and gummy cashew tofu.

 

11. Have Cake Will Travel

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Bake these for your colleagues and you’ll never have to do a tea turn again (Picture: Have Cake Will Travel)

For all we vegans with a honeyed tooth. Celine Sween writes a go-to blog for sugarine fans. The cinnamon pull-apart brioche is great out to be baked and consumed with a bucket of prohibited coffee.

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