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21 High Protein Vegan Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

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By Lora O’Brien.

If you’re vegan that you’ve probably received the look at least once. You know, the one of pure bafflement as someone looks at you and asks, ‘But where do you get your protein from?’ It’s a frustrating process trying to explain the many ways in  which a vegan can get  protein into their  diet without the consumption of meat, but by then people have already made up  their minds that you’ll be deficient in protein and become severely ill by living as a vegan.

How wrong people can be! Being vegan means that you’re probably putting so much more goodness into your body. For years now, we’ve had the ‘meat is the only protein’ myth shoved down our throats but very slowly, people are starting to learn that while  protein is certainly an essential nutrient which plays many key roles in the way our bodies function, we don’t actually need huge quantities of it. Only about one calorie out of every 10 we take in needs to come from protein. Vegan athletes, especially in the early stages of training, may have higher protein needs than vegans who exercise moderately or who are not active. Most will consume a vegan protein powder, but unless you’re trying to build some serious muscle, protein supplements aren’t needed to get a decent  protein intake.

Beans, edamame, nuts, peas, quinoa, tofu, tempeh, amaranth and lentils are all good sources of vegan protein. I’ve included a short video here to tell you more about how to get your vegan proteins.

Here, I’ve found 21 great high protein vegan recipes for all three meals of the day, allowing any vegan to stay as fit as a fiddle whilst following a healthy, cruelty-free diet.

1. Quinoa with Acorn Squash &  Pomegranate    

Quinoa is a great grain to add to your diet if you’re vegan, or even just looking to introduce some more healthy proteins. A typical cup of quinoa holds a decent  9g of protein–about the same as 1 cup of milk. This is a perfect lunch or even dinner to throw together and enjoy. It’ll leave your hunger satisfied, fill you up and it’s full of lots of other nutritional goodness, too.

Get the recipe here.

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2.  Great Big Vegan Salad

Even though winter is well and truly here, salads are still a great lunch to enjoy, and so easy to pack them with protein. This salad alone contains 30g of protein from the tempeh and lentils. Salads take minutes to throw together and are  a great way  of using up lots of vegetables in your fridge. The key thing to remember when making salads is to keep them exciting. No one enjoys bland lettuce and shredded carrot! Salads can be an easy lunch but they can also be filling, so make sure you’re adventurous, add lots of protein and whichever vegetables take your fancy.

Get the recipe here.

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3.  Braised Leeks & Muscovado Lentils

We know you’ll probably take one look at this recipe and think, sweet lentils? Seriously?  But trust us, this is a winning recipe. Braising leeks perfectly will give them a silky texture making them blend perfectly with the sweetened lentils. You won’t even feel like you’re having a protein rich dinner. If you’re a  ‘veggan’ you can always top this with an egg, but  if you want this to be a full vegan protein meal, you should add some whole wheat pasta or brown rice as a side dish.

Get the recipe here.

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4.  Butternut Squash & Veggie Pizza

Seriously, how good does this look? It’s exactly how food should be; packed with lots of veggies and bursting with colour! The addition of chickpeas to the base and topping gives this a massive protein boost, however you could boost this even further by sprinkling some flax or sesame seeds on the top. Also, if you follow a gluten-free diet then there are also instructions on how to make the dough gluten free. The typical tomato based pizza sauce is replaced by butternut squash here (SO amazing) and is covered with red onion and broccoli.

Get the recipe here.

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5. High Protein Veggie Burger

Have you ever seen a burger look this bright and colourful? The answer is probably no. But rest assured, this is entirely vegan and that gorgeous colour is from shredded beetroot. The protein in this burger comes from the black beans and brown rice  which, when combined, provide a full protein. There’s an explosion of flavours in this burger, all good for you. Add it to a gluten free burger bun and enjoy with a dollop of organic, sugar-free ketchup or some avocado slices.

Get the recipe here.

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6. Mango Tempeh Lettuce Wraps  

Lettuce wraps are a great way of enjoying foods. If you’re used to buying tortilla wraps or using bread why not switch it up and give this a try? You can serve them with your choice of sauce but we definitely recommend a sweet chilli sauce or if you’re feeling like something hotter and spicier, try a sriracha sauce. The protein comes from the tempeh which serves as the meat substitute. Then you’ve got the fresh flavours of cucumber, lime and mango. Yes, mango! Seriously, go try this. Like, now.

Get the recipe here.

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7.  Sesame Soba Noodles with Tempeh Croutons

By now you’re probably thinking more tempeh? But trust us, not only is it a great protein it’s also a great substitute for cutting out meat. You can dress it up with different flavours or, like in this recipe, make it crisp up into a crouton. It’ll give the dish some depth as well as a little texture. The addition of soba noodles is a real winner as well. They’re mostly made from buckwheat which is naturally gluten free.

Get the recipe here.

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8. Coconut  Curry Lentil Soup

When it’s cold and blustery outside there’s nothing nicer than a warm meal inside. And that’s exactly what this lentil soup is. It’s thick and it has a real quick to it which you can alter depending on your spice preference. Lentils are a super convenient way of adding protein to a simple dish like soup. It makes it heartier, gives it more texture and is going to leave you a lot more filled up than you would otherwise. Plus they’re so quick and easy to use. Just remember: lentils are only a whole protein when a whole grain is eaten with them, so be sure to have a side dish of brown rice handy!

Get the recipe here.

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9.Thai Veggie Quinoa Bowl  

Quinoa is a great protein packed grain to use when building meals. You can build around this grain  and pretty much add whatever it is you fancy, from stir fried vegetables to this tangy  Asian inspired dish. The best part about it is – if you have any leftovers, you can throw them into lettuce cups the following day for a second dish.

Get the recipe here.

10. Tempeh Reuben Club Sandwich  

Finding a decent vegan sandwich can be like finding Where’s Wally. It’s time consuming and hope is usually lost  due to there always being something in supermarket sandwiches that isn’t vegan. So why not make your own? And how utterly sinful and delicious does this club sandwich look? Well, it’s actually pretty healthy and packed with protein from the tempeh, healthy fats from the avocado and there’s even a layering of sauerkraut (you know fermented veggies are great for digestive health, right?)

Get the recipe here.

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11.  Tofu Scramble  

I think the main fear before going vegan is leaving behind foods you’ll love. But being vegan is all about re-building those favourite dishes, just healthier and without animal products. I think it’s a fair assumption to say that the majority of people enjoy a cooked breakfast. So this vegan-friendly breakfast is perfect for those who miss their Sunday morning fry ups! Plus if you want to make it a little more indulgent why not add some vegan sausages and grilled tomatoes?

Get the recipe here.

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12.  Sweet Potato & Black Bean Quesadillas

First and foremost, I must confess I am somewhat of a Mexican food fiend. Who doesn’t love Mexican food? Whether it’s a taco, quesadilla or burrito, it’s just pure, flavourful heaven. So this sweet potato and black bean based quesadilla recipe is perfect for bringing a little vegan-friendly Mexican food back into your life.

Get the recipe here.

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13.  Black Bean & Smoked Tofu Stew  

Usually a dish that is packed with meat, this vegan option uses smoked tofu giving you two boosts of protein from the additional black beans. There’s also a recipe for chipotle-infused corn bread, which will be delicious for dipping into this stew for a warm and delicious dinner.

Get the recipe here.

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14.  Amaranth & Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are a fab way to get a filling lunch or dinner. You can fill them with whichever grains and protein you desire. And the best part is that you can make them the night before for a delicious and nutritious lunch. The protein in these stuffed peppers comes from both the amaranth  – an ancient kind of grain that’s easy to make – and quinoa. They’re also packed with tomatoes, zucchini and sunflower seeds. You can sub the ricotta cheese for tofu or ‘vegan cheese’, or  omit it altogether – it’s entirely up to you, but the fun part is being able to swap flavours for those you prefer.

Get the recipe here.

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15.  Amaranth &  Red Lentil Patties

Patties are a great thing to whip up to see you through a busy week. They keep in a lock tight container in the fridge so that you can throw them together with a salad or have them on hand when hunger cravings strike. And these amaranth and red lentil patties are packed with protein! There’s also sweet potato, paprika and breadcrumbs . . . who wouldn’t fancy one?

Get the recipe here.

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16.  Zucchini Noodles & Falafel  

This is a vegan take on the good ol’ ‘spaghetti and meatballs’ recipe. The noodles here are made from zucchini, the ‘meatballs’ are falafels made from chickpeas, an excellent protein source for vegans. Made with a tomato based sauce, this should fulfil your Italian food cravings  perfectly.

Get the recipe here.

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17. Kung Pao Chickpeas

Another fabulously flavoursome Asian inspired dish; Kung pao chickpeas. This sweet yet slightly spicy dish is the perfect accompaniment to some steamed rice. Crush some peanuts or cashews over the top and you’ve got a quick meal that’s full of protein and tastes insanely good.

Get the recipe here.

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18.  Breaded Tofu Steak with Flaxseed Bread

Hunger? What hunger? This totally filling tofu ‘steak’ will fill up even those with the heartiest appetites. And guess what? It’s got a whopping 25g of protein per serving!

Get the recipe here.

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17.  Banana Protein Pancakes

Another great recipe from Vega using their vegan protein powder. Seriously, who doesn’t love banana pancakes? And digging into a stack of them is always heavenly. More so when they’re covered with chopped nuts and a lashing of maple syrup, divine! Protein powders are a great way of getting protein, but not everyone likes these in a shake. Just make sure your vegan protein powder is 100%  non-GMO and made without artificial flavours, colours and sweeteners.

Get the recipe here.

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18.  5 Minute Tofu Egg Salad Sandwich

We’ve all been eating egg salad pretty much since childhood, right? While vegetarians can continue to do so, we vegans may miss the creamy, rich taste of an eggy sarnie. But no longer! This recipe will take you right back to those carefree childhood days, and of course, it’s the perfect thing to pack for a work lunch too.

Get the recipe here.

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19.  Apple & Cinnamon Overnight Smoothie

Having a protein rich breakfast is vital for getting your day off to a start. Most of us don’t have the luxury of time before setting off to work so making a smoothie overnight to enjoy the next day will guarantee you not only start your day off well, but you’ll be kept full on your commute, meaning you won’t be tempted to nip into a shop on the way and do a nagging hunger stop.  The protein in this smoothie comes from the flaxseed and it’s also got loads of  coconut water, which will keep you hydrated at the same time. Bonus!

Get the recipe here.

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20.  Vegan Protein Bars

Buying vegan friendly snacks can sometimes be expensive. When you’re popping into a supermarket and trying to find something you can often spent three or four pounds on a simple protein bar. So why not make your own? They’re cheaper in the long run, easy to make at home and the perfect snack to carry around to get you through an afternoon energy slump. They’re also perfect  before or after a lengthy gym session. And these guys don’t even need baking!

Get the recipe here.

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21.  Vegan Protein Balls

If you’ve not seen protein balls bouncing about in health food shops, then all you need to know is that they’re basically compact bundles  of all things good, and they pack a serious protein punch. Again, they’re perfect to have on hand when cravings start or to enjoy before or after the gym.  Whip up a batch, store them in an airtight tub and they’ll last you for up to two weeks. These protein balls have been made with Vega One protein powder, and peanut butter. Vanilla and maple syrup make these even sweeter, and chia seeds add an extra dose of healthy fats and fibre.

Get the recipe here.

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22. Vegan Veggie Quiche

Apart from being very high in protein, probably the best thing about this totally eggless quiche is that you can use whatever veggies you like! This recipe calls for tomatoes and mushrooms, but I tried this with asparagus and it was delicious. Did I mention this works as a breakfast, lunch or dinner food?

Get the recipe here.

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8 Comments

  • Reply
    Marina
    Jan 3, 2017 at 9:14 pm

    Great collection, can’t wait to try these out!

  • Reply
    Becky
    Dec 27, 2017 at 8:34 am

    For the Coconut Curry Lentil Soup description you mention that lentils are only a whole protein when a whole grain is eaten with them. However – combing foods to make a ‘complete protein’ was debunked years ago. The myth was popularized in the book Diet for a Small Planet; later, the author she corrected her earlier mistake stated that all plant foods typically consumed as sources of protein contain all the essential amino acids, and that humans are virtually certain of getting enough protein from plant sources if they consume sufficient calories.

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