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Here's 21 Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner Recipes With No Meat Or Dairy

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Cooking at home helps you save a bunch of money, and it makes it simple to eat better-for-you, filling meals. But it's always tough to find new recipes that are healthy-ish and exciting.

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But we've got you covered — whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or just looking to switch things up in the kitchen.

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The following 21 recipes — broken down into breakfast, lunch, and dinner options — all feature whole, minimally processed foods that are low in added sugar and loaded with good stuff like whole grains, plant-based proteins, and fresh produce. Feel free to mix and match your favorites!

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1. Breakfast Burritos With Tofu Scramble

Build Your Bite / Via buildyourbite.com

Scrambled tofu gets sautéed in a mixture of enchilada sauce, roasted cashews, salsa, and nutritional yeast until it becomes soft and creamy like scrambled eggs. Make a bunch at once and freeze them for future lazy mornings. Get the recipe.

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2. Vegan Vegetable Quiche With Sweet Potato Crust

Nutritional Foodie / Via nutritionalfoodie.com

You can make this on a Sunday and eat it all week, or even freeze individual quiche slices for a satisfying breakfast when you don't feel like cooking. Get the recipe.

3. Vegan French Toast

Wallflower Kitchen / Via wallflowerkitchen.com

This dairy-free French toast is the perfect weekend breakfast recipe. Top it with anything from maple syrup and dairy-free butter to coconut yogurt and fruit. Get the recipe.

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4. Hot Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie

Running With Spoons / Via runningwithspoons.com

Made with vanilla almond milk, your favorite nut butter, rolled oats, maple syrup, and cocoa powder, this fiber-packed breakfast still feels totally indulgent. Get the recipe.

5. Vegan Breakfast Skillet

Heather Christo / Via heatherchristo.com

Russet potatoes, spinach, mushrooms, peppers, and onions get sautéed in garlic and paprika, then tossed in lemon for a light, feel-good breakfast that'll fill you up. Make enough for leftovers and this will make a perfectly good lunch or dinner. Get the recipe.

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6. Raspberry Coconut Smoothie Bowl

The Foodie Physician / Via thefoodiephysician.com

This smoothie is almost too pretty to eat, and it only calls for four ingredients — frozen raspberries, banana, coconut milk, and chia seeds — plus any of your favorite toppings.Get the recipe.

7. Avocado Toast

The Glowing Fridge / Via theglowingfridge.com

Dress up ordinary avocado toast with some red pepper flakes and a squeeze of lemon or some sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. Get the recipe.

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8. Crunchy Thai Noodle Salad

The Glowing Fridge / Via theglowingfridge.com

Rice noodles, kale, and lots of veggies get topped with spicy, creamy dressing made with almond butter, tamari, maple syrup, ginger, and sriracha. Do yourself a favor and make a big batch of this homemade dressing: You're gonna want it for later. Get the recipe.

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9. Avocado Chickpea Salad Wraps

Emilie Eats / Via emilieeats.com

You can put this coconut avocado mash on anything. Eat it in a lettuce wrap, on bread, or even with tortilla chips. Get the recipe.

10. Brown Rice Vegetable Sushi

Lazy Cat Kitchen / Via lazycatkitchen.com

Simple to make and easily portable, this vegetarian sushi is just as delicious (and a whole lot cheaper) than buying it from a store. Roll up any of your favorite veggies, from cucumber and avocado to sweet potatoes and beets. Don't feel like fussing with DIY sushi? All of these ingredients would work as a veggie-packed bowl too. Get the recipe.

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11. Chickpea Caesar Pasta Salad

Emilie Eats / Via emilieeats.com

Seasoned with paprika, garlic powder, and oregano, then baked until crispy, the chickpeas add texture and extra protein to this classic pasta salad. And then there's the vegan Caesar dressing, made with cashews, almond milk, nutritional yeast, mustard, and miso. Get the recipe.

12. 15-Minute Sesame Ginger Noodles

Choosing Chia / Via choosingchia.com

You can keep this noodle dish simple or load it up with any of your favorite veggies and tofu. Get the recipe.

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13. Roasted Tomato Basil Soup

Evolving Table / Via evolvingtable.com

You can make a huge pot of this comforting tomato soup and freeze it for whenever you're feeling lazy. Get the recipe.

14. Mexican Rice and Beans Skillet

Fooduzzi / Via fooduzzi.com

Loaded with grains, black beans, bell pepper, onion, hummus, and spices, this protein-packed lunch with fill you up without weighing you down. If you're not a huge fan of rice, try making this meal with quinoa or farro. Get the recipe.

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15. Eggplant Bourgignon

Connoisseurus Veg / Via connoisseurusveg.com

Hearty eggplant, mushrooms, and more veggies take the place of beef in this French-inspired stew. Serve it over pasta, mashed potatoes, or polenta for a meal that'll keep you coming back for more. Get the recipe.

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16. Vegan Moroccan Meatballs

Lazy Cat Kitchen / Via lazycatkitchen.com

Meatballs are one of the easiest foods to freeze, so you can make a bunch at once and keep them on hand for later. This vegan version is made with tons of veggies, chickpeas, and walnuts. Just like any good meatballs, they're tender on the inside and just slightly crispy on the outside. Get the recipe.

17. Black Pepper Tofu Stir-Fry

Little Spice Jar / Via littlespicejar.com

Crispy tofu gets tossed in a spicy and savory pepper sauce made with soy sauce, oyster sauce, rice vinegar, corn starch, garlic, ginger, and chilis. Serve it over a bed of rice, your favorite grains, or with more stir-fried veggies. Get the recipe.

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18. Mushroom Carnitas Tacos

Host The Toast / Via hostthetoast.com

King oyster mushrooms cooked in garlic, orange juice, lime juice, chipotle pepper in adobo, and lots of spices is a game-changing substitute for pork tacos. Top them with anything from slaw and avocado to jalapeño and salsa. Get the recipe.

19. Quinoa and Lentil Bolognese With Spaghetti Squash

Simply Quinoa / Via simplyquinoa.com

This meatless bolognese — made with carrots, whole peeled tomatoes, lentils, quinoa, and herbs — gives spaghetti squash so much flavor and texture. Plus, it makes for a rustic and filling meal. Get the recipe.

20. Red Curry With Roasted Vegetables

Minimalist Baker / Via minimalistbaker.com

The recipe recommends sweet potato, broccoli, and cabbage, but you can really opt for any of your favorite veggies. Pretty much anything will taste incredible when its served in this rich and spicy curry. Get the recipe.

21. One-Pot Creamy Hummus Pasta

This Savory Vegan / Via thissavoryvegan.com

Hummus replaces a cream-based sauce in this seriously rich pasta recipe. Load this dish up with all of your favorite vegetables for a main dish that'll satisfy a crowd. Get the recipe.

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