There are many reasons to love potatoes. They are cheap, available year-round, and can be found in nearly any grocery store. Potatoes are versatile with so many ways to prepare them, and this list of 30 amazing Vegan Potato Recipes contains some of my favorite potato recipes ever!
In my opinion, potatoes should be a nutritional food group all their own. I love them just about any way they can be made–boiled, baked, steamed, grilled, mashed, air fried, sauteed, and any other way you can think of.
One of my favorite kitchen appliances for cooking potatoes is my air fryer because it makes cooking so easy and completely oil-free.
Are potatoes good for you?
Sometimes potatoes get a bad rap because some people say they are not healthy. Turns out, that’s completely false because potatoes are actually loaded with fiber, protein, and a host of important vitamins and minerals.
Potatoes are so versatile and can be used to make soups, stews, side dishes, appetizers, main dishes, and even desserts.
Answering your vegan potato questions
Q: Can you eat potatoes on a vegan or plant-based diet? Heck yes! Potatoes are a plant food and contain absolutely no animal products or protein, so they are a perfect food to include in a vegan or plant-based diet.
Q: What goes with vegan potatoes? The answer to this question is, just about everything! Seriously though, potatoes pair well with so many other foods such as salads, grain dishes like quinoa and rice, veggies like corn and peas, legumes like beans and lentils, and so much more.
Q: What are some great vegan potato recipes? I am so glad you asked! Some of my favorite vegan potato recipes include scalloped potatoes, creamy potato soup, hash brown casserole, sweet potato muffins, African sweet potato stew, nacho cheese (not kidding), potato chips, and vegan chili cheese fries. You’ll find these and more in the list below of amazing potato recipes!
Fasten your seatbelts for the potato ride of your life! These amazing vegan potato recipes are going to rock your world. Seriously! Click on each of the photos, recipe titles, or 'Get the Recipe' buttons to see full recipes with ingredients, measurements, instructions, and a print button.
Fluffy and moist sweet potato batter swirled with apple sauce, raisins and cinnamon makes a dozen muffins that are packed with beta carotene and fiber. These vegan Sweet Potato Muffins are a welcome addition to any breakfast! Make ahead of time and freeze for quick breakfasts on the go!
Vegan African Sweet Potato Peanut Stew with sweet potatoes is one of my personal favorite recipes of all time! We make it regularly. The flavors are simply amazing, like a party in your mouth. If you only try one vegetable soup recipe, let this be the one.
This Vegan Sweet Potato Casserole is the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any time of the year. It’s made with whole food plant-based ingredients and sweetened perfectly with pure maple syrup or date paste.
When I first switched over to a healthy plant-based lifestyle back in 2013, one thing that I really missed was CHEESE. Cheese for pizza, tacos, baked potatoes, lasagna, and so much more. That’s why I came up with this amazing best vegan cheese sauce recipe ever!
This Vegan Nacho Cheese is incredible as a dip for baked chips as well as on fries, baked potatoes, and pizza. For healthy burritos and quesadillas, it can't be beaten! Make it with cashews or white beans.
Sometime back, we were having Sunday brunch at my sister’s house after church, and I needed to come up with a healthy version of a vegan breakfast casserole to take. This is the amazing hash brown casserole that ended up happening in my kitchen!
A classic favorite, broccoli cheese soup was one dish I missed after going dairy-free, so I worked hard to come up with this deliciously satisfying vegan version that is loaded with flavor by the spoonful.
The vibrantly beautiful and nutritious Okinawan sweet potato is loaded with antioxidants, phytonutrients, and health-promoting fiber. It is touted as one of the reasons Okinawans are living active disease-free lives past the age of 100.
When I don’t have time to do a lot of cooking, or I’m just not in the mood to be in the kitchen long, one of my favorite go-to meals is vegan baked potatoes with toppings like beans, noodles, vegetables, and so much more!