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If you are a vegetarian and looking for some healthy vegan potluck ideas, you are at the right place. Zero-meat Vegan potluck recipes are perfect for you if you are planning for the coming vegan potluck party. And, if you are invited to any vegan potluck party, you may want to bring something delicious for everyone.
Whatever the event is, these vegan potluck dishes are amazingly served on your table to fascinate and refresh everyone’s moods. Try these mouth-watering salads and fruitful desserts to please your crowd.
Lasagna has been my favorite since childhood, so I often bake it in a vegan version when I have guests. And it doesn’t require something special! Just some spinach, vegan ricotta and pasta sauce make a nice warm lasagna!
This recipe is a plant-based twist on the traditional Italian lasagna. Other than vegan ricotta, you can use tofu combined with yeast for a creamy filling. Key ingredients of this recipe are lasagna noodles, spinach, tomatoes, garlic, vegetable broth, and seasoning that you prefer.
With the use of tofu, you can make this recipe rich in protein, dairy-free, and vegan. Don’t overload the layers while making this lasagna, or the noodles won’t cook through properly.
I recommend squeezing all the excess moisture out of the spinach so that the lasagna doesn’t get too moist. For extra flavor, you can also add sautéed mushrooms or roasted red peppers to the filling.
Roasted Vegetable Platter with Hummus
The roasted vegetable platter with hummus is your next family favorite recipe. Fresh veggies, including tomatoes, sugar snap peas, baby carrots, lemon juice, radish, paprika, oil-free hummus, and many more, bring healthy flavors into the recipe.
Roasted vegetables add a smokey flavor, which tastes incredible. A veggie platter with hummus will be the next stand-out recipe if you like hummus.
Creamy Mushroom Risotto
If you want to serve a quick recipe with a lot of mushrooms to your guests, the Creamy Mushroom Risotto is the right option for you. This is a traditional Italian potluck recipe and a perfect blend of mushrooms, risotto rice, cheese, and some garlic butter. You are free to add any type of cheese that you love.
For perfection in this recipe, make sure the proportion of ingredients and cooking methods are properly followed. I recommend cooking risotto rice slowly and thoroughly for a creamy consistency.
Sauté mushrooms gently, and use a good quality cream and parmesan cheese to enhance the flavor and texture of this dish. To further improve the flavor, you can also add a dash of chicken stock to the sauce.
Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie
This vegan lentil shepherd’s pie is one of the best pies I have ever tried. Flavor-packed and hearty lentils, sticky onions, cauliflower, and mashed potatoes combine to bring healthy flavors.
The fluffy texture of the dish melts in the mouth and gives immense pleasure to the taste buds. Packed with rich and bold flavors, yet a healthy snack for the kids.
Top the pies with garlicky mashed potatoes, so yummy! A perfect dish to serve as a main dish on holiday, but it tastes incredible in the cold weather.
Vegan BBQ Jackfruit Sliders
Get ready to try something that will rock your taste buds. BBQ jackfruit sliders are packed with sweet sauce and a variety of flavors. The spicy, rich, and juicy flavors of the slider filling please the taste buds and make you feel like enjoying the best sliders.
Grab red chili powder, BBQ sauce, low-fat vegan mayonnaise, no salt, vegetable stock or bouillon, and olive oil. Mixing the ingredients will take only a few minutes; fill it in the buns, and that’s it. Enjoy the savory, tangy, and vegan flavors of these sliders.
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Want to try something like rolls? What about a stuffed cabbage roll? You only need ground beef, cabbage leaves, condensed tomato soup, and rice for stuffing. The best thing about these cabbage rolls is you will never get bored of them.
The recipe works perfectly well in the slow cooker, but you can also cook it in the skillet. Amazing! Coat the rolls with tomato sauce and serve with your favorite spicy sauce.
Do you want to take your culinary adventure to the next level? Nothing beats Lentil Soup – a stellar vegan main dish for potluck. Then there is nothing better option than a lentil soup. You can make lentil soup with brown, red, green, black, or yellow lentils.
Choose from various veggies—potatoes, carrots, celery, tomatoes, onions, and more. Add cumin, olives, cinnamon, vinegar, oil, garlic, ginger, and bay leaf to add more flavor. While serving, top it off with fresh herbs, cream, butter, or yogurt.
Thai Coconut Curry Soup
Hosting a vegan potluck party? To be honest, it is quite scary for me! I always fear adding something non-veg to my recipes. But with this Thai coconut curry soup, half of my worries are gone.
The recipe is simple and easy to follow and has a creamy texture. The ingredients are all suitable for a vegan diet. Add a bit of thin rice noodles for a varied texture and a more fulfilling soup.
To keep it low-cal use brown sugar and lime juice and skip using the coconut cream. Serve with tortilla chips or crackers.
Greek Pasta Salad is an easy vegan potluck idea to serve at any gathering. Key ingredients of this potluck side dish pasta salad are cucumbers, pasta, olives, tomatoes, and feta cheese. Adding sweet and sour meatballs or chicken is perfect if you don’t mind adding a certain amount of meat.
The Greek dressing is the best combination in this salad, making it more flavorful and a great meal at family events. This pasta salad has all the Greek flavors that you expect from any Greek salad. Do check out this Greek avocado salad with feta cheese.
Just like Shirazi salad, the Arabic Salad is a fresh, vibrant, and flavorful salad staple in Middle Eastern cuisine. The combination of vegetables, herbs, and vinegar makes it a perfectly light and refreshing summer dish.
This is also perfect as a side dish or as a main course meal, and you can serve it with feta cheese, olives, and other ingredients you like. This salad is a combination of vegetables and herbs, typically cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and parsley, dressed with a simple vinaigrette.
Black Bean Salad
Black Bean is the most delicious and healthy salad that is full of vegan protein, fiber, and nutrients. You can serve this salad to your guests or take it to a potluck party without making a lot of effort.
Key ingredients include black beans, tomatoes, corn, onions, lime juice, and chili powder. All these ingredients are readily available and offer a flavor profile that is both spicy and acidic.
The black beans complement the whole of the salad and provide a satisfying texture with a nice contrast with crunchy vegetables.
For the best flavor profile, don’t forget to rinse and drain the canned black beans to remove the excess liquid. Besides, I recommend using fresh boiled corn if you plan to make this recipe in the summer. Once the salad is ready, let it sit for 30 minutes before serving.
Vegan Quinoa Salad
The vegan quinoa salad is a perfect pack of superfoods. It is a simple and easy vegan side dish for potluck recipe with incredible taste. Bursting with ingredients like red bell pepper, red onion, fresh herbs, cucumber, carrots, bok choy, and more, it’s a customizable delight.
To make it more flavorful, you can use different dressings. You can elevate flavors with apple cider vinegar mustard with a hint of honey for a perfectly balanced dressing or go for the richness of olive oil. Squeeze a lemon while serving, as it will add a zesty touch.
Southwestern Pasta Salad
Southwestern Pasta Salad is cold pasta that tastes amazing due to its rich flavors. Pasta, veggies, and grilled chicken combine to provide your favorite flavors. The chipotle ranch dressing is the perfect addition to add more delightful flavors.
Light but rich pasta salad is best to serve for spring or potluck parties to treat everyone with some healthy veggies that taste refreshing and make everyone love it. Although a delicious potluck salad recipe, you can also make this refreshing salad for a yummy lunch for your kids.
California Pasta Salad
This pasta salad is not just healthy but also perfect for a big gathering due to the delightful colors of fresh vegetables. This simple salad combines the best of Italian and Californian cuisines, and it can be your quick night meal after a stressful workday.
The key ingredients include fresh vegetables, cherry tomatoes, pasta, cucumbers, and a dressing of vinaigrette. If you plan to make this salad, you can add a sprinkle of fresh basil, or parsley, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, for a combo of sweet and sour flavors.
Don’t forget to prepare pasta al dente and allow it to cook before assembling to make sure that the salad turns out perfectly. This ensures that the pasta retains its bite and the vegetables maintain their flavor.
I love pairing this salad with steamed vegetables or green salad to create a balanced and satisfying meal.
Watermelon Cucumber Salad
Watermelon Cucumber Salad is the most satisfying and refreshing salad that deserves to be added to any vegan summer party. With juicy cucumbers and sweet watermelon, a perfect combo of flavors and style makes it a must-try meal.
It might seem unusual to make a salad with cucumber and watermelon, but believe me; they taste best together. Feta makes this salad creamy, and salty, and mint is best to add brighter flavors. This vegan potluck idea is worth serving at all BBQ potluck parties.
Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad
The classic tune salad recipe is here. Apart from its appearance, it is easier to make. Delicious and creamy bites are worth trying at family get-togethers.
The filling of the savory chickpea becomes extra tangy with pickles, capers, and red onions. Dijon mustard adds the flavors, and pickles with diced celery add the crunchy texture to the recipe. Fill the delicious mixture into the white bread and enjoy the creamy bites. Incredible, right?
Fruit Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing
This fruit salad with poppy seed dressing is a healthy option for those who love a combination of refreshing tastes. Perfect for a summer evening or a light lunch, this salad offers both cooling and filling at once.
To make this salad, you’ll need fresh strawberries, blueberries, grapes, and any available fruit, that you like. Now prepare a dressing of poppy seeds, as it will add a savory twist to the dish and provide a balance between creamy and crunchy texture.
This fruit salad is best to serve for summer barbecue, or a casual get-together with friends. Here is a tip: Don’t forget to adjust the amount of poppy seed dressing according to your taste preference.
Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip
Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip is one of the easiest dips to try with a few simple steps. You can make a delicious and crowd-pleasing recipe with sour cream and cheese.
Artichoke dip is the classic dip famous for its creamy and cheesy flavors that melt in your mouth with each bite and relax you. Love Artichoke? Try these air fryer artichoke hearts.
Perfect for serving this finger-licking dip with pita chips, little bread, or baguette. Kids love to dip carrot sticks, pita bread, and tortilla chips into this dip and enjoy the day.
Vegan 7-Layer Dip
This 7 Layer Dip is an easy-to-make dip with avocado guacamole, spices, fried beans, salsa, vegan sour cream, and corn. All the flavors of these ingredients complement to provide something great to your party menu.
While making this dip, control the seasonings and spice levels carefully. If you like salty addition, add some olives to make it look more attractive. This vegan potluck idea is best to serve as a snack for kids or on game days.
Vegan Sushi Rolls
I always thought that Vegan Sushi rolls were only a restaurant-style dish until I came across a recipe. Trust me, it is so easy to make it at home, and you need only the simple ingredients.
The recipe might end up more like a Korean or Japanese version of Gimbap, but it can always satisfy your sushi cravings. Or you can also try this Masago Sushi recipe. I have used Sushi rice as a replacement for fish, but you can also use Tofu.
Carrots and avocados not only add to the flavor but also make the appearance more colorful and improve the nutritional content of the dish. Serve with vegan Thai coconut curry soup or crackers.
Buffalo Cauliflower Wings
Buffalo Cauliflower Wings are crispy and addictive meatballs that serve best for potluck dinners. Crispy on the edges, but the soft and tender inside texture is worth trying because of the scrummy flavors. These wings are the best example of sweet and spicy flavors simultaneously. An alternative non-vegan option can be honey lemon pepper wings.
The classic vegan potluck idea with cauliflower and some spices is the best vegan dish you can try at picnic parties. Cauliflower wings are perfect, as you can make them vegan or vegan-free. The addition of blue cheese will add more piquant flavors, so it is best to serve as a summer potluck recipe.
Fruit Spring Rolls
These are the healthy breakfast options for kids. And if you want to plan a vegan potluck party, this should be one of the first recipes to add for a quick meal. This is because a combination of mangoes, strawberries, and blueberries is perfect for serving on party tables.
The best part is that all the ingredients are vegan-friendly, gluten-free appetizers that can be served at any event or meal. Mix all these fruits, wrap them in crispy rice paper, and serve with a dipping sauce of any kind that you like.
Quinoa and Black Bean Stuffed Peppers
Have you tried and tasted the stuffed bell peppers before? If yes, try stuffing them with black beans and quinoa this time. Easy and cheesy stuffed bell peppers taste incredible with black beans, green onions, quinoa, cheddar, and cumin.
Its delightful and refreshing colors are so eye-catching that everyone will crave them. Fill the zucchini in; if the peppers are small, wrap them like a cabbage roll, and serve with your favorite potluck sides.
Roasted Rosemary Potatoes with Garlic
If you want an innovative way to savor potatoes, try roasting them with a delightful combination of rosemary and garlic. When the aroma of garlic and the flavors of rosemary blend with potatoes, your taste buds dance with joy. This gluten-free vegan potluck is easy to prepare and a standout dish for any gathering.
The recipe includes simple yet premium ingredients like potatoes, rosemary, and garlic. Mix them and take your pick: bake for a classic touch or air fry for a delightful blend of a crispy exterior and a fluffy interior.
If you are looking for a cake dessert that is both soft and vegan, try these pumpkin blondies. These are a perfect addition to your low-calorie meal plan as the recipe allows full customization of substituting the crystal sugar with coconut sugar.
The best part is that you can make them ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze them for later use. That’s why these pumpkin blondies can be a perfect dish for your school or office lunch meals.
The best thing is that even a beginner can bake them well, without any fancy ingredients or equipment. Give these blondies a try today, and you’ll thank me later.
Vegan Monkey Bread
Think the name is funny? You should try pulling it apart and eating it. It is quite sticky and gooey, but I love it for its cinnamon flavor and sugar glaze. It originated in Hungary, where it is also known as Hungarian coffee cake or Golden Dumpling cake.
Vegan Blueberry Muffins
Vegan Blueberry Muffins are the most delicious egg and dairy-free muffins for diet-conscious people. Loaded blue barriers are the best combinations to fill your mouth with all the flavors you want from any vegan potluck recipe.
These blueberry muffins are the best fat-free muffins that you can add to a vegan party menu.
What sets them apart from other muffins is that you can make them oil-free, gluten-free, or whole grain. Besides, you are free to add chocolate chips instead of blueberries to make them according to your choice. Perfect for breakfast or brunch.
Vegan Zucchini Muffins
A perfect vegan potluck idea for breakfast and a delicious alternative to traditional muffins. These muffins are so fluffy and soft that you will enjoy every bite. The best part is that these are the best sugar-free, oil-free, and gluten-free desserts.
Made with zucchini, oats, bananas, sunflower seeds, and a dash of maple syrup, every ingredient is vegan and health-friendly. Allow the muffins to cool before serving and use extra-virgin oil over the muffins for a crunchy finish.
This potluck vegan treat can be made in just a few minutes. Serve them with a side of a cup of herbal tea, and I am sure you’ll thank me later. These muffins are so easy to make that they can be added to your last-minute potluck idea.
Peach Cobbler in a Jar
Peach Cobbler in a Jar is one of the most delicious peach desserts for potluck that is a classic Southern recipe with authentic flavors. Sweet peaches are nestled into the spiced batter and baked into a bubbling cobbler. They are made with canned peaches and then stored in jars to enjoy the year round.
These Juicy peaches have homemade paleo topping, which tastes incredible and delightful. Freezer-friendly and reheating well is its specialty, so you can make them in larger quantities and store them in the freezer to enjoy the whole season with family and friends.
Drinks & Smoothies
Homemade lemonade is a quick lemon beverage everyone loves making at summer picnic parties or to enjoy holidays at home.
Just a few ingredients are required to make this lemonade; you’ll need water, lemon juice, and sugar; mix them well and serve this drink cold.
To make this lemonade more special, add a sprinkle of fresh mint of a drizzle of honey for a touch of sweetness and freshness. And to improve the flavor, consider adding a splash of club soda to the mixture.
In just a few minutes, you can make this summer drink and make your party energetic. The perfect sweetness is worth trying at potluck or picnic parties to feel refreshing.
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30 Vegan Potluck Recipes You Can’t Resist
- Greek Pasta Salad
- Pumpkin Blondies
- Arabic Salad
- Buffalo Cauliflower Wings
- Vegan Blueberry Muffins
- Watermelon Cucumber Salad
- Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip
- Southwestern Pasta Salad
- Creamy Mushroom Risotto
- California Pasta Salad
- Vegan Zucchini Muffins
- Vegan 7-Layer Dip
- Simple Stuffed Peppers
- Easy Homemade Lemonade
- Fruit Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing
- Fruit Spring Rolls
- Peach Cobbler in a Jar
- BlackBean Salad
- Vegan Spinach lasagna
- Quinoa and Black Bean Stuffed Peppers
- Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad
- Roasted Vegetable Platter with Hummus
- Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie
- Vegan BBQ Jackfruit Sliders
- Vegan Sushi Rolls
- Thai Coconut Curry Soup
- Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
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