Here is a quick list of some of the best vegan recipe blogs in the world. If you’re new to plant-based living, you likely have no idea where to start, so this post can help. They have been chosen as they offer wholesome simple recipes using everyday affordable ingredients, and they are well-written and nicely designed. We have also tried to minimise blogs that offer annoying pop-ups. So ignore this (hopefully they will get rid of them one day!), and just enjoy the recipes. But most are pop-up free. Here’s the list:
Short Girl, Tall Order is a hidden gem. This petite talented chef offers quality detailed posts and beautiful photography, one of the best blogs on the web for recipes. Mostly focused on baking and desserts, but plenty of savoury dishes too like her Vegan Gnocchi with Tomato Cream Sauce.
Crowded Kitchen is another gem, by a mother and daughter from the US. The recipes and photography are amazing, which is why this is one of the most popular plant-based blogs on the web. Above is spaghetti squash soup.
Lazy Cat Kitchen is a quality blog with wholesome ingredients, and beautiful photography and writing. Again, the chef does the recipes and photography, and hubby helps with the techy stuff, behind the scenes. Above is Cranberry Baked Vegan Cheesecake.
Pick Up Limes is a nice blog by an American girl with Afghan heritage. This is one of the most popular recipe blog with millions of fans, due to the lovely recipes, information and photography/design. Above is Spicy Garlic Wok Noodles.
Crumbs and Caramel is a lovely little find. The founder is trained in nutrition and food sciences, and the recipes and photography are often quite unique. It’s a nice clean design and clear font, with no annoying pop-ups. Above is her recipe for Vegan Baked Alaska.
Running on Real Food is a super blog with beautiful recipes, design and healthy recipes photography. The author is a super-fit healthy living advocate, so all the recipes are wholesome goodness. Above is her Lemon Chickpea Orzo Soup.
The Veg Space is a wonderful blog by a UK blogger and trained chef, who offers affordable detailed recipes for unique meals and desserts, along with all your traditional favourites (shepherds’ pie to trifle to jaffa cakes). You can also download a great free 4-week vegan meal plan. Above is her Butter Bean Stew.
The Vegan 8 is a nice blog by Brandi, whose husband’s gout was greatly helped when they gave up dairy and gluten. All the recipes have 8 ingredients or less (excluding water, oil, salt and pepper) and they are also gluten-free. Above is her recipe for The Best Vegan Pancakes.
Simple Vegan Blog is a lovely friendly blog from Spain, where the chef (whose husband does the techy stuff!) translated their successful blog into English, to help others. These recipes are well-written and simple, and always inspiring. Above is her recipe for Vegan Spanish Rice Pudding Mousse.
Rainbow Plant Life is a very popular and detailed blog, by an attorney turned chef. This blog has amazing instructions, recipes and photography, you’ll be glad you visited here. Quality stuff! Above is her recipe for Creamy Lemon Asparagus Pasta.
Rainbow In My Kitchen is a lovely blog, by a couple from Croatia. This blog has amazing photography, and focuses mostly on desserts and cakes. Very inspiring. Above is their Purple Sweet Potato Cashew Soup.
Rainbow Nourishments is a gorgeous blog by a talented vegan baker from Australia. The photography is amazing, and the recipes are very colourful and sure to inspire. Above is her Vegan Mango Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting.
Shane & Simple is a really nice blog by a young man, who used to eat ‘normal food’, and so now creates ‘normal’ plant-based food that is affordable and made with real ingredients. He writes ‘you’re not going to find recipes for chocolate balsamic glazed beets with wild shiitake mushrooms, in a fancy rhubarb and strawberry glaze’. Instead his mission is to create practical easy recipes that anyone can try. Above is his Easy Vegan Chickpea Curry.
Carlo Cao is a blog by a new star on the scene! This foodie-obsessed Swiss-Italian chef is phenomenally talented, his recipes are quite unique and cover everything from vegan versions of chocolate croissants to Panettone, Not beginner recipes, but sure to impress! Above is his Vegan Pesto Cheese Ravioli with Sage Topping.