Eating a keto vegan diet can get old pretty quick if you do not have a fully-stocked arsenal of awesome vegan keto recipes at your disposal. If that describes you, that will all change once you check out these great low-carb and all-about-the-veggie recipes and resources!
Here are 21 delicious vegan keto recipes to compliment your non-meat diet! Enjoy!
1. Cinnamon Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie
Breakfast just is not a time to make elaborate meals for most people. That is why this could be one of the vegan keto recipes for those days you just need to go keto, go vegan, and go now. Off you go and enjoy! You’ll be enjoying this delicious chocolate smoothie recipe in no time at all!
2. Crispy Flaxseed Waffles
Grain-free, keto crispy waffles made entirely of ground flaxseed. No flour, no grains, no sugar, just flax, and it’s completely keto! Infused with fresh herbs or ground cinnamon – dress it up sweet or savory. Check the notes section of the keto recipe on how to make these grain-free, keto waffles egg-free and vegan.
3. Green Coffee Shake
A smooth sugar-free morning drink that combines coffee and greens for a fabulous fat bomb start to your morning. Made green with Genuine Health vegan greens+O. This morning-friendly beverage combines three of our favorite things – fat bombs, green shakes, and coffee. Now you can have all three with this Rocket Fuel Latte inspired shake. One of my favorite vegan keto recipes for the morning!
4. Keto Overnight “Oats”
Perfect overnight oats, without the oats! These keto-friendly, low-carb paleo bowls have all the flavor of your favorite overnight oat recipe, without the grains. Vegan keto recipes have never been so convenient (and delicious)! these grain-free breakfast bowls are a total win in my book. Just soak overnight, and enjoy in the morning, adding an extra splash of milk before consuming.
5. Vegan Keto Bagels
Low carb vegan bagels were once just a fantasy, but not anymore! These bagels have been one of my absolute favorite vegan keto recipes since I found this recipe. I’m pretty darn excited about this recipe, mostly because it clocks in at 1.2g of net carbs per serving. 1.2g. So, you can basically eat the whole batch and be fine, though I would strongly caution against that, given the amount of fiber present…
6. Keto Grain-free Hemp Heart Porridge
grain-free porridge made with just nuts and seeds. Over 24 grams of fiber in every bowl. A hearty meal that’s gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, vegan, low-carb, keto, and paleo. Porridge is great… if you eat oats. Heck, even if you eat quinoa or amaranth; the grain-free “seeds” of the porridge world, porridge can be your thing. But, for many of us who can’t digest grains AND have a challenging time with quinoa and amaranth, porridge just isn’t in the cards. Until now.
7. Strawberry Matcha Chia Pudding
With just 4 simple ingredients, this delicious chia pudding will have you asking for more. And luckily, it’s pretty healthy for a dessert. You can add in raw honey or stevia if you want to sweeten it or eating it without any added sweeteners. It’s great for anyone on a Paleo, Ketogenic or other low carb or gluten-free diet. This chia pudding recipe is vegan as well, which makes it a great one to serve at a dinner party.
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8. Vegan Caesar Salad
I know what the real thing tastes like and THIS, this recipe right here, this tastes as close to the real thing as humanly possible. Make this recipe and you may just love life a bit more. The capers really make this dish come to life. I do not recommend supplementing it with anything else. The hemp seeds are in the recipe to add that Parmesan texture. Feel free to add whatever nut or seed you’d like!
9. Low-Carb Spiralized Zucchini Asian Salad
Salads are also perfect to take along to a picnic or outdoor gathering. If you don’t add any mayo or meat, they are good sitting out for a while. With that thought in mind, this spiralized zucchini Asian salad is perfect for taking along for an outdoor outing. I love any vegan keto recipes that are good for all day, and this is one of those recipes!
10. Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup
All the thickness of a cream soup with no powdered thickener. No starches, flours, or gums. Just whole food (dairy-free) goodness. Whether you’re vegan, dairy-free, or just looking to add some variety into your meals, you’ll be hard-pressed to ever have the real thing again. This goes with the other vegan keto recipes that’ll have you choosing against the real thing from now on.
11. Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Soup
You’re just 20 minutes away from a delicious bowl of this creamy roasted red pepper soup (Paleo, Low-Carb & Vegan). It’s bursting full of smoky roasted pepper flavor, made creamy with cauliflower and coconut milk. Blending the peppers with cauliflower, shallots, and seasonings with coconut milk, creates a velvety smooth soup, that’s perfect for a cold winter’s meal.
12. Kelp Noodles With Avocado Pesto
It’s no secret to people that know me that I love kelp noodles. They’re low carb, while actually containing nutrients. They’re also gluten-free, and super easy to make on a hot night when you don’t even want to look at your stove. This dish is absurdly easy to put together. You basically soak noodles, whip up a pesto in the blender, and serve.
13. Low Carb Vegan Bibimbap
This is a nice quick filling recipe with lots of different flavors that takes about half an hour to prepare. If you can’t find gochujang, you can replace it with sriracha in this recipe, with maybe a little fermented in for the fermenty element. It will taste a little different, but still delicious. The sauce is SPICY, so if you are sensitive to spice it may be better to half the amount of chili sauce and taste before adding the full amount to your plate. One of the deliciously different vegan keto recipes.
14. One Pot Zuchinni Pasta
Say hello to summer in a pot! Spiralized zucchini noodles, perfectly ripe juicy tomatoes, fresh basil, savory garlic and vibrant red onion. This meal is not only ridiculously simple, light and healthy but it’s also bursting with flavor from all of the fresh seasonal produce. The hardest part is spiralizing the zucchini and if you already happen to have a spiralizer then you know it’s no big deal.
15. Harissa Portobello Mushroom “Tacos”
I’ve come to realize that I don’t give the mighty portobello enough love. We all know how versatile they can be: grill it, sauté it, bake it, and even make them into tacos. So many different vegan keto recipes can be made using portobello mushrooms. This simple recipe is ready in under 30 minutes. So easy!
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16. Sugar-Free Raspberry Ice-Cream
This raspberry ice cream is basically instant. You need three ingredients and maaaaybe two minutes, if not less. You can easily make it paleo and dairy-free if you prefer. Just replace the heavy cream with coconut cream instead! Both ways are delicious. Any frozen fruit you have should work, but berries are among the lowest in sugar, which is a plus! Who knew vegan keto recipes could be so tasty!
17. Keto Spinach Artichoke Dip
This hot, low carb spinach artichoke dip recipe is so easy and quick – just 10 minutes to prep. You won’t believe it’s healthy and gluten-free. I have a lot of wonderful vegan keto recipes to carry you through the entire holiday season this year, and you’ll want to save a spot on your holiday table for this one.
18. Vegan Keto Crack Slaw
If you’ve been in the keto/low carb community for a while now, you’re probably familiar with the term “crack slaw.” Basically, crack slaw is a cooked cabbage slaw, flavored with sriracha and soy sauce/tamari. It gets the name because it’s SO addictive. There’s just something about the savory and spicy flavors that’s really appealing.
19. Kale Pate & Spread
An inexpensive way to make eating raw vegetables fun with this flavorful 6-ingredient keto kale pate and spread that’s low-FODMAP. No garlic or nuts! This keto pesto-like spread is great as a topping for keto roasted vegetable and keto meat bowls, a dip for plantain chips or added to scrambled eggs.
20. Crumbly Almond Feta
If you miss crumbly goat’s cheese, this is the recipe for you! It’s based on this well-known recipe from the Vegetarian Times, but if you bake it on a higher temperature, you get a firmer texture and a nicely browned ‘rind’. This cheese can easily be cut into wedges or cubes. It tastes fantastic crumbled over salads, pasta and pizza. You can also just snack on it, or serve it as part of a fancy vegan cheese platter.
21. Chocolate Chip Zuchinni Muffins With Coconut Flour
For the most delicious low carb zucchini muffins or paleo zucchini muffins, try this chocolate chip zucchini muffins recipe with coconut flour! It’s sugar-free, keto, nut-free, and dairy-free. Chocolate chip zucchini muffins with coconut flour are the perfect balance between healthy and decadent low carb dessert. You’ll love snacking on these after a delicious meal of one of the other vegan keto recipes on this list.