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27 Vegan Recipes To Try Before Summer Ends

It’s time to put the grill to good use.


Connoisseurus Veg / connoisseurusveg.com

Flavors of cumin, mango, soy sauce, and lime juice mix together in a delectable and savory tofu when cooked on the grill.


Lazy Cat Kitchen / lazycatkitchen.com

Has a sandwich ever looked so good?? Make it on your own with this recipe that uses eggplant and lemongrass to make perfectly bite-size meatballs.


Vegan Huggs / veganhuggs.com

You can make these deliciously tangy ice pops with only five ingredients by following this recipe.


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Shredded cabbage, broccoli slaw, and pickled radishes are just some of the A+ toppings of this dumpling bowl recipe, which is then topped off with an almond miso sauce! Sign me up.


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This recipe for a chickpea-based veggie burger packs a lot of vegetables inside (cauliflower, carrots, onion, garlic) and uses rolled oats to keep it thick and hearty.


Strength and Sunshine / Via strengthandsunshine.com

With cookouts and barbecues almost always comes potato salad. Learn how to make the vegan version with this recipe. (Hint: It involves vegan mayo.)


Eating Bird Food / eatingbirdfood.com

Break out your spiralizer (or, perhaps more realistically, bring home a box of precut zucchini noodles from the store) and try this recipe for a light, saladlike meal.


Ela Vegan / Via elavegan.com

This recipe for summer rolls is not only ridiculously pretty to look at but gluten-free, too. Get your rice paper and fill them up with whatever fillings you like best.


Feasting at Home / feastingathome.com

Quite possibly the best (and easiest) summer recipe on this list is this one for grilled vegetables. Doesn’t matter what kind you use — almost any vegetable will taste better grilled!


Eat With Clarity / Via eatwithclarity.com

The beauty of this recipe — like so many others on this list — is that you can sub in any herbs and vegetables that you have nearby. Any of them will taste magnificent against the creamy lemon garlic sauce that goes with the dish.


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For some reason, nothing reminds me of outdoor summer activities more than a messy sandwich. Learn how to make jackfruit into a “pulled pork”–like meat by following this recipe for BBQ sandwiches.


My Darling Vegan / Via mydarlingvegan.com

You knew this roundup was going to have some sort of ribs, right? Make your own veganized edition by following this recipe, which uses tempeh.


Ela Vegan / Via elavegan.com

This meat-free recipe is a vegan take on the traditional gyro: It uses mushrooms as the base of the meat and has a tasty vegan tzatziki sauce to go alongside it.


Connoisseurus Veg / Via connoisseurusveg.com

What a spread! You’ll sauté oyster mushrooms chopped to look like scallops in this recipe that’s part savory, part seafood-y.


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This recipe for garden pasta could also be called “Use-the-Summer-Veggies-You-Have-on-Hand Pasta.” So you can grab from the fridge or, if you’re lucky enough to have a bountiful garden outside, go ahead and pick what you need for this recipe.


Where Do You Get Your Protein / Via whereyougetyourprotein.com

Hearts of palm and chickpeas are the main ingredients in this super-versatile “tuna” salad recipe. Spread it on sandwiches, over greens, or on an open-faced ‘wich.


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In a rush? Grab a loaf of French bread and load it with tomato sauce, vegan cheese, and any toppings you like to make this pizza recipe. Bonus points for cooking this one on the grill!


Connoisseurus Veg / Via connoisseurusveg.com

Kick your average, everyday lunch sandwiches up a notch with this recipe for an avocado sammy made with coconut bacon.

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