Our top 10 economical vegetable recipes from July 2022!

These budget-friendly vegan recipes mean you don’t have to break the bank for tasty, healthy, 100% plant-based seasonal meals.

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1. Mushroom BBQ Jack ‘n Peaches Sandwiches

Jack 'n Peaches Vegan One-Sheet Bbq Sandwiches with Mushrooms

Source: One Sheet BBQ Mushroom Jack ‘n Peaches Sandwiches

This Epic Vegan Quick and Easy Single Sheet BBQ Mushroom Jack ‘n Peaches Sandwich from Dustin Harder is a twist on pulled pork sandwiches with the addition of peaches. Adding peaches to any barbecue situation, or even just eating peaches on the barbecue, is delicious! The sweetness paired with the spice of the barbecue sauce makes for a super tasty flavor combo. Toss that with savory, chewy mushrooms and jackfruit and it’s a sandwich even your non-vegan friends will ask you to make every 4th of July! Speaking of which, you can turn this into sliders with buns for a breezy appetizer.

2. Easy Black Bean Burger

Easy Vegan Black Bean Burger

Source: Easy Black Bean Burger

This easy black bean burger from Caroline Doucet is both nutritious and delicious! The black bean patty is high in protein thanks to the beans, nuts and seeds. It’s also packed with fiber thanks to the beans, vegetables, whole-wheat bread, and, again, nuts and seeds. It’s flavored with smoked paprika, garlic, and onions to give you a barbecue-flavored burger, without any barbecue sauce. Make a few batches and store them in the freezer for easy weeknight dinners!

3. Rainbow tofu skewers

Vegan rainbow tofu skewers

Source: Rainbow Tofu Skewers

Kebabs aren’t just for outdoor summer barbecues; These rainbow tofu skewers from Toni Okamoto and Michelle Cehn are an anytime meal on a stick you can make in the oven, rain or shine! We like to serve them on a bed of fluffy rice, but you can slide the tofu and veggies off the skewer and serve them over a salad or stuffed in a pita bread.

4. Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins

Fresh and healthy vegan blueberry muffins

Source: Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins

Packed with wholesome ingredients, these muffins are perfect for breakfast or as a mid-day snack. No need to add sugar, because when it comes to sweetness, blueberries and maple syrup do all the work. These Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins from Julie Zimmer are moist, healthy and bursting with blueberries!

5. Tempeh and black bean burgers

Vegan tempeh and black bean burgers

Source: Tempeh Black Bean Burgers

Burgers are a must for any good BBQ feast, but just because you don’t eat meat doesn’t mean you should miss them. Try these tempeh and black bean burgers from Ross Bearman, top taste judge and founder of Ross & Ross Gifts!

6. Soft and Chewy Double Chocolate Cookies

Soft and Chewy Double Chocolate Vegan Cookies

Source: Soft and Chewy Double Chocolate Cookies

These soft and chewy double chocolate cookies from Megan Calipari are everything. Soft, fluffy, rich and melting. They have a healthy dose of cocoa powder in the batter and are packed with chocolate chips. And the pinch of sea salt on top is the finisher. It brings out the flavor of the chocolate and makes these cookies irresistible. Even to double chocolate cookie enemies. Bake a batch of these soft and chewy chocolate cookies for the chocolate cookie skeptics. They deserve to know what they’re missing.

7. Cowboy caviar with quinoa and lime vinaigrette

Vegan Cowboy Caviar with Zesty Lime Quinoa Vinaigrette

Source: Cowboy Caviar with Zesty Lime Quinoa Dressing

Cowboy caviar is usually made with a mixture of black beans, black-eyed peas, many fresh vegetables like corn, red pepper, tomato, and avocado, and flavored with onion, cilantro and jalapeño, then tossed with a vinaigrette. . This Cowboy Caviar with Zesty Lime Quinoa Vinaigrette from Carol Clayton is fresh and filling!

8. Grilled Cauliflower Wraps

Vegan Roasted Cauliflower Wraps

Source: Grilled Cauliflower Doner Wraps

These Grilled Cauliflower Doner Wraps from Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez are fireworks for your mouth. They’re fun to make, quick to put together, and perfect for all your summer entertaining needs. Here, thick cauliflower ‘steaks’ are brushed with Turkish Marinade, an intensely flavored Mediterranean sauce made with an exotic blend of garlic, tomatoes, cumin and Middle Eastern spices.

9. Chocolate Chunk Espresso Cookies

Espresso Cookies with Vegan Chocolate Chunks

Source: Chocolate Chunk Espresso Cookies

These Katherine Henderson Chocolate Chunk Espresso Cookies are wonderful to make when you’re craving something sweet. Plus, there are several ways to prepare them, depending on when you want to cook them.

10. Coriander Lime Corn Salsa

Cilantro Lime Vegan Corn Salsa

Source: Coriander Lime Corn Salsa

This cilantro lime corn salsa from Kristina Humphreys combines sweet and creamy corn bites with a squeeze of lime juice, diced red onions and cilantro for zest.

Learn how to cook plant-based meals at home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergic, gut health, and After! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, cancerand Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.

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