Nowadays there are a huge number of websites, books and magazines available with vegan meal and recipe ideas.

Below you’ll find a selection of our favourite websites.


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Henry Firth and Ian Theasby run BOSH!, the biggest plant-based online channel in the world. Their recipes have been viewed by over half a billion people, they’ve sold over 1 million best-selling cookbooks and have products in major supermarkets around the world. Check out their website for simple, healthy, speedy, budget, and classic recipes. You won’t be disappointed!

Lazy Cat Kitchen

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Ania turned her passion for a plant-based diet into this cooking blog where she shares some of her amazing recipes. Among them are: protein rich bolognese, nut-free vegan parmesan, leek gratin, and vegan meringue pie with cranberry.

Loving it Vegan

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A whole range of what they call ‘good vegan recipes, made easy’. There are hundreds of recipes that everyone will love, including delicious breakfasts, sides, desserts, and cakes.

Nora Cooks

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On this website, you’ll find vegan recipes that are easy to make and even easier to eat! Nora focuses on family-friendly comfort foods like vegan buffalo mac & cheese, and also shares her healthier recipes like her delicious lentil soup. She loves to bake so you’ll also find lots of indulgent cakes and desserts.


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Polly and Hannah are on a mission to remove egg from the food chain by swapping eggs for OGGS whenever possible. Meaning our favourite foods can be a treat for you, chickens, and the planet.

School Night Vegan

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Richard Makin has been exploring the world of plant-based cuisine since November 2017. His recipes have been featured in The Guardian, The Times, Stylist, Olive, Veg News and Vegan Food & Living. His website features recipes for delicious breakfasts, mains, desserts, drinks, and more!

The Banana Diaries

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It’s Britt at the Banana Diaries goal to share the best dessert and baking recipes that are secretly plant-based. (Though you’ll also find recipes for delicious soups and mains on her website!) Each recipe adheres to using simple ingredients that you can most often find in your cupboard. 

The Hidden Veggies

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With over 24 years of being vegan and raising 2 vegan teenage boys since birth, Monica learned how to feed a hungry vegan family! She created The Hidden Veggies to share her recipes, tips, and tricks with all. On her website you’ll find recipes for, what she calls, ‘normal’ everyday comfort foods that the whole family will love including delicious soups, pies and cheesecakes, and desserts.

The Vegan Society

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The Vegan Society has shared some of their own, and other authors, recipes on their website. There’s a large number of mouth-watering cakes and comfort food, curries, and healthy meals to choose from. You can even submit your own for publishing.

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