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15 No-Cook Vegetarian Recipes for Every Meal

What we’ve done here is put together 15 of the most interesting no-cook vegetarian recipes for every meal that we could find. Because let’s face it, it doesn’t matter if you’re time poor, have limited cooking utensils or don’t even have access to a fully functioning kitchen, everybody likes a good no-cook vegetarian recipe. Whether it’s for a snack or a full meal, we’re sure that you’ll find something that you need and can use in this list…

Vegan Lasagna Snack

You can’t go wrong with brightly coloured food. This vegan lasagna snack is chock full of vitamins and minerals and has clever replacements for not just the pasta but also the sausage. Image and recipe by Bare Root.

vegan-lasagna-stack

Sprouts Salad

The good news is that this dish will take 10 minutes to put together. The better news is that it is vegan and gluten free and recommended for breakfast, especially if you’re trying to rein those those blasted calories. Image and recipe by Tomato Blues.

sprouts-salad

Strawberry Basil Smoothie

Strawberry, avocado, cucumber with a dash of pepper and basil – this smoothie really does sell itself doesn’t it. Packed with fibre and good fats, it’ll keep you going for a good few hours. The problem is trying to keep yourself to just one. Image and recipe by Veggie Nook.

strawberry-basil-smoothie

No Bake Vegan Cheesecake

It claims to taste better than the real cheesecake. Guess there’s only one way to find out. The picture does make a good cause for it though, doesn’t it. Image and recipe by Blogilates.

vegan-cheesecake

Raw Pad Thai

Noodles made from carrots and zucchini – and it just keeps getting better from  there. Also comes with a vegan option and a couple of serving options too. Image and recipe by Vegangela.

pad-thai

Miso, Sea Veggies and an Avocado Banana Nori Wrap

Vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free and it has seaweed and miso. This recipe uses all soy, unprocessed miso that’s chock full of nutrients. Soy is an important complete protein source. And, once again, it has seaweed. Image and recipe by Veggie Nook.

nori-wrap

No Bake Cookies

Oats, almonds, cocoa, peanut butter – see something in common? Everything in these cookies are good for you. And the fact that you don’t have to bake them makes them a winner by a long way. Image and recipe by Two Peas and their Pod.

no-bake-cookies

Zucchini Pasta

A fresh salad that sounds ideal for the warm weather. And not only is the pasta no-cook, it’s no-pasta. Image and Recipe by Whole Living.

zucchini-pasta

Mango Tofu Pudding

It’s very difficult to not like anything that has mango and passionfruit in it. On top of that, this two-step dessert takes literally, under 10 minutes to put together. So what are you waiting for? Image and recipe by Crystal.

mango-tofu-pudding

Warm Kale Salad

This budget-friendly recipe was constructed with the idea of using produce and ingredients that are both easy-to-find and easy-on-the-pocket. You’ve got variations and options galore and it’s got kale – enough said. Image and recipe by Veggie Nook.

warm-kale-salad

Tomato and Avocado Wrap

With hummus in a whole wheat wrap. There’s very little that you could go wrong with here. The challenge with this recipe is finding a way to mess it up, actually. Image and recipe by Bad Home Cooking.

avocado-wrap

Marinated Mushroom Caps

Portobello mushrooms are a meal by themselves. This is almost like bread bowl soups – only healthier and far more nutritious. Stuff the mushrooms with corn and spinach with a light olive oil dressing and you’ve got the fancy, healthy version of bread bowl soups. Image and recipe by Whole Living.

mushroom-caps

Shamrock Smoothie

Avocado and banana as the base – Is there any meal that you can’t replace this with? Image and recipe by Veggie Nook.

shamrock-smoothie

Basic Hummus

If you’ve been eating store-bought hummus, it’s time to stop. Chickpeas are a healthy addition to every meal and in hummus form, there are very few dishes that it doesn’t go well with as a side dish. Image and recipe by Veg Angela.

basic-hummus

Raw Nori Rolls

This one has carrot, cucumber and avocado but it’s just one of the numerous rolls that you can make. Image and recipe by Tales of a Kitchen.

raw-nori-rolls

We’re making this a regular feature so if you’ve got a recipe that you want us to feature or you’ve found a recipe that you think should make it on the next list, let me know at @FitBandits.

About Prashant Rajkhowa

The first health story that Prashant produced was a TV feature called "How To Deal with Bleeding Gums." That was in 2003 and it took him some time to recover from the rather traumatic visuals. He returned to health and fitness reporting in 2009 and hasn't looked back since. Prashant started CrossFitting in March 2013, follows the Zone Diet, enjoys cooking and always seems to be planning his next dive but never getting around to get it done...
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