10 Healthy Recipes for Bad Vegans


Ever since we started going to school, our teachers taught us to eat healthily. But now, more than ever, we have to take that seriously. Considering the global health crisis, we need to strengthen our bodies through proper diet and exercise. Speaking of diet, what are the healthy recipes that are perfect for bad vegans like us? Look no further. We’ve got you covered. 

Banana and Oatmeal Pancakes 

Start your day right with this healthy vegan breakfast that you can do in a snap. All you need is your blender to make the batter easy to pour. Trust us, you will create pancakes like a pro.


Gluten-free oat flour 

Almond flour 

Potato starch 

Baking powder 

Mashed ripe banana 

Dairy-free milk 

Sea salt 

Apple cider vinegar 

Maple syrup 

Start your day right with this healthy vegan breakfast that you can do in a snap. All you need is your blender to make the batter easy to pour. Trust us, you will create pancakes like a pro.

Mexican Coleslaw with Lime Dressing 

We love making our Mexican coleslaw because you can pair it with practically anything. If you want it to be your side dish or something to give your tacos a kick, then this could be a life-saver.


Shredded cabbage mix 

Red pepper 


Chopped cilantro

Chopped red onions 

Vinegar of choice 

Olive oil 

Lime juice 


Sea salt 

Just put all your dressing ingredients in a container and mix it. Let it sit and prepare your salad as you wait. This will allow you to get all the flavors. If you want, you can prepare this a day before.

Tofu, Orange, and Bell Pepper Stir Fry 

The color of this dish is already appetizing. But wait until you taste it. There’s going to be a feast inside your mouth. The best part is, you can prepare this in just 20 minutes. This truly deserves a spot in the Healthy Recipes for Bad Vegans. 


Canola oil 


Drained tofu 

Fresh orange juice

Yellow onion 

Green and red bell pepper 

Sliced garlic 

grated orange rind 

Crushed red pepper 

Soy sauce 

Unseasoned rice vinegar 

Brown sugar 

Kosher salt 

Brown rice 

Chopped fresh cilantro

This is ideal if you do not have the luxury of time to prepare a meal. Mix your tofu and cornstarch in a bowl. Heat your oil and add the tofu. Wait for about eight minutes until it is golden brown. You can then remove it from your pan. 

Add a small amount of cornstarch and orange juice in a separate bowl. Add your onion and bell peppers to your pan and cook it for five minutes. Then, you can put the garlic, crushed red pepper, and orange rind. Just wait for one minute before adding your sugar, soy sauce, and salt mixture. Wait for it to boil and stir in your tofu. 

If you prefer to eat it with rice, then do so. Don’t forget to sprinkle with cilantro.

Ruthenian Mushroom Soup 

If you are looking for one of the healthiest soups to devour, this could be it! If you want to get the best out of it, we recommend soaking your mushrooms in water for an entire day. 


Dried porcini mushrooms 

Canola oil 

Fresh button mushrooms

Yellow onion 

Chopped celery 

Minced garlic cloves 

Dried powdered thyme 

Dried dill 

Fresh dill 

Ground white pepper 

All-purpose flour 

Bay leaf 

Russet potatoes 

Sherry vinegar 

Kosher salt


When you soak your dried mushrooms, make sure not to throw the stock. Remove any stems or woody parts. Chop the mushrooms and set them aside. 

Heat the oil in a large pot and add the fresh mushrooms, celery, onion, and garlic. After 10 minutes, you can now add the dill, pepper, and cayenne. Once done, you can now sprinkle with flour. From here, you can add the porcini mushrooms and bay leaf. Wait for about 15 minutes and start adding the potatoes. Season it accordingly and serve this hearty soup to all your loved ones.  

Cauliflower Steaks with Chimichurri Sauce 

Who says you can’t have steaks? Treat yourself to these Cauliflower Steaks that you can create in just twenty minutes. It’s one of the best dishes that you can make on special occasions.  


Large cauliflower 

ground cumin 

Canola oil 

Finely chopped cilantro 

Red wine vinegar

Crushed garlic cloves 

Chopped jalapeño

Cut the excess stem from your cauliflower. Have two slices from the center about 1 inch thick. Add cumin and canola oil and brush it onto your cauliflower slices. Sprinkle it with salt. Use your skillet and roast it for 15 minutes. 

While you are waiting for your cauliflower steak, you can mix the jalapeño, cilantro, vinegar, oil, and salt. That would be your sauce, and add it on top of your vegan steak.

Roasted Squash Puree 

We absolutely love this Roasted Squash Puree, and we can eat this all day, every day. We bet that your kids would love it too. It will take you more than an hour to finish, but it’s all worth it. 


Olive oil 

Butternut squash 

Kosher salt and pepper 

Small shallots 

Fresh thyme 

Maple syrup 

First, you need to heat your oven to 400°F. Then, get your perfect butternut squash, cut, and scoop the seeds. Place it on your baking sheet and coat your squash with oil, salt, and pepper. Wait for around 30 minutes until it turns golden brown. 

Now, you can mix your shallots, thyme, oil, salt, and pepper. Turn your squash and scatter the shallots and thyme. Don’t forget to drizzle it with the mouth-watering maple syrup. Wait for around 40 minutes until it is golden brown. 

Allow it to cool and scoop it before you put it in a food processor. Puree it until it turns smooth.

Stuffed Peppers 

Looking for a low-calorie dish that is also tasty? The Stuffed Peppers will always be a winner at our dining table and must always be in the top healthy recipes for bad vegans. The great thing about this is you can reheat the peppers, and it will still taste divine. So if you want to make a lot at night time, you can share some with your friends the next day. 


Bell peppers 

Olive oil 

Minced garlic 

Spring onions 

Chili powder 

Kidney or black beans 


Drained and rinsed sweetcorn 

Salt and pepper 

Preheat your oven to 350°F. Chop the bell peppers and take out the seeds. Now, you can drizzle it with oil. Cook it for 15 minutes and wait for it to turn a bit brown. It should be a bit soft but firm enough to still take its original shape. 

In a frying pan, add your onion, garlic, and a bit of water. You can now add your beans and chili powder. Add more water and wait for the beans to soften. Slightly mash it with your fork. Add the tomato, sweetcorn, salt, and pepper. 

When your mixture is done, scoop it and add it to your bell pepper. Place it in your oven once again and wait for five minutes.

Tomato Soup 

Another recipe that even amateurs can do is a traditional tomato soup. It’s a no-fail entree! And if you are about to host a party at your house, this is something we highly recommend. 


Chopped onions 

Garlic cloves 

Canned crushed tomatoes 

Tomato paste 


Cashew nuts 

Dried basil 

Dried oregano 

Black pepper 



In a pot, saute your onion. When the color is turning brown, you may now add the garlic. Next, toss all your ingredients and stir it as necessary. You can also place the soup in a processor or blender if you want to make it smoother. This should only take you about 20 minutes. Not bad, right? 

Cream of Mushroom Soup 

If you love soup, here’s another one for you. You don’t need to use dairy or nuts to make this creamy. But we will use cauliflower to get that texture you’ve always wanted. 


Olive oil 


Celery stalks 

Chopped cremini mushrooms 


White wine

Chopped garlic cloves 

Fresh thyme leaves 

Vegetable broth 


Dijon mustard 

Balsamic vinegar 

Sea salt

Freshly ground pepper 

Heat your oil in a huge pot and add celery, leeks, and salt. Wait for five minutes before adding the mushrooms. Let it cook for 10 minutes. Add the tamari, wine, garlic, and thyme. You should wait for a minute before adding your broth and the cauliflower. 

After 20 minutes, transfer the soup to a blender and add mustard and vinegar—season to taste. 

Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes 

Lastly, and probably one of the easiest in this list of healthy recipes for bad vegans is mashed potato.  



Roasted garlic 

Olive oil 



Roast your garlic for half an hour, and wait for it to be brown and tender. Peel your potatoes and just put them in a huge pot. Boil and add salt. Wait for the potatoes to be soft and tender. Mash it and add your roasted garlic and olive oil. If you want to add toppings, then feel free to do so. 

There you have it! The healthy recipes for bad vegans that’ll make your tummy even happier. Don’t forget to share this list with your friends and enjoy trying out these meals with them!

Summer Thatcher
Summer Thatcher
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