Vegan recipes to try this Veganuary


This Veganuary there are more plant-based options available than ever before. From vegan Cadbury’s to Quorn dinosaur nuggets, there are plenty of healthy (and not so healthy) foods to get stuck into this year.

A plant based diet is great for the planet and Veganuary can be a brilliant time to get your children to try new foods and to engage with where their food comes from. More than 20% of young people aged 5 to 16 don’t eat meat (1) and the popularity of meat free diets is rising. It’s a great time to try out all the new plant-based alternatives this Veganuary, with major brands such as Krispy Kreme and Quorn releasing new vegan ranges.

Quorn’s consumer study (2) found that 65% of UK families have tried either vegetarian or vegan meals in the last year. More plant based diets are a popular parenting trend (3) and trying out different plant-based meals is a great way to introduce new foods to your children. 

On that note, here are some child friendly plant-based recipes to try out with your kids this Veganuary!

Quorn’s plant-based bolognese

Simply switching out mince beef for quorn makes this a veggie meal that even the kids will love

Vegan fried rice with tofu scramble

This rice is packed full of veggie goodness and is easy to switch up with whatever veg you have around!

Singapore noodles

Try out these noodles for a quick and satisfying meal that the entire family will love

Sweet potato and Rosemary soup

Orange soup in a mug with breadsticks and a spoon on the side
This soup is a beautiful and easy winter warmer for those days that need a little extra comfort.

For more recipe ideas and inspiration, follow the link to child-friendly recipes on the veganuary website.

What plant-based meals have you been trying out? Comment below or tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram – we’d love to hear from you about your plant-based creations and tips!

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