If you’re vegetarian but can’t or don’t want to have eggs, then you may be on the lookout for egg-free vegetarian recipes. Well, today we are sharing with you 20 super delicious healthy recipes that are not only super easy and delicious but vegetarian and eggless as well.
Egg-Free Vegetarian Muffin, Brownie, Cookie and Pancake Recipes
Now, let’s start with the most challenging part! How do you make pancakes, brownies, cookies or muffins without eggs? Well, here are some eggless vegetarian, rather, vegan recipes for these healthy treats.
If you are craving sweets but want them healthy, flourless, and egg-free, then this vegetarian muffin recipe may be just what you are looking for. The oatmeal muffins are rich and melt in your mouth, very much like blondies. They’re deliciously sweet and easy to make.
If you wonder whether pancakes can be egg-free and flourless yes they can be. And you’ll love this super easy recipe that you can make in 10 minutes from start to finish. Make the batter, add some blueberries, and cook small, yummy pancakes!
Are you daydreaming of brownies that you can make without eggs, that are super healthy, but don’t taste healthy? Then these rich, fudgy black bean brownies are for you! They’re mouth-watering and super easy to put together, too.
These peanut butter cookies are amazing! There are no eggs, no flour and even no refined sugar in the recipe, yet the taste is…just incredible!
Egg-Free Vegetarian Salad Recipes
Eat your vegetables with these amazingly flavorful, healthy vegetarian salad recipes all made without eggs!
This Mediterranean chickpea salad should make it onto your weekly menu, especially during summer, as it’s fresh, filling, and packed with nutrients.
The perfect choice for a quick lunch or dinner. These bowls are colorful, tasty, and full of only good-for-you ingredients like quinoa, roasted eggplant, a garlicky roasted veggie sauce and a fresh tomato cucumber salad!
This is a wonderful fresh spring salad made with asparagus, arugula, cherry tomatoes as well as parmesan cheese. You can serve it as a healthy side or a light vegetarian lunch together with a peace of toasted bread.
This refreshing tomato avocado salad is loaded with vitamins, antioxidants, minerals as well as healthy fats. It makes the perfect starter, side dish, and even light lunch or dinner.
These roasted vegetable healthy bowls are one of the best egg-free vegetarian recipes for lunch or dinner. They are absolutely delicious and filling!
Looking for a light, yet healthy and delicious dinner idea? Have salad! This eggless salad is the perfect choice as it calls for only a few simple ingredients and is full of color, flavor, and freshness!
No Egg Vegetarian Wraps and Quesadillas
Now let me tell you, I’m a huge, huge fan of things wrapped in bread. A few years I found out I shouldn’t have it since I need to follow a gluten-free diet, but I still daydream of these amazing no-egg vegetarian wrap and quesadilla recipes! This section isn’t big, but it’s worth it. Quality > Quantity. Luckily there are some gluten-free tortillas out there, so I make these occasionally! They’re SO good!
This Mediterranean quesadilla is super simple, quick, and easy to make. Just spread the mashed ingredients onto a tortilla and then toast in a pan until golden brown. Serve with your favorite fresh salad and enjoy for lunch or dinner!
Once you try these vegetarian hummus wraps, you’ll want to eat them every day! I know I do! They are full of flavor, packed with fresh veggies, and served with this amazing zucchini garlic sauce that is a must-make.
Quick and Easy Vegetarian Meals Without Eggs
The last category in this list of egg-free vegetarian recipes is dedicated to simple, easy meatless dinners that are very easy to make. Basically quick vegetarian weeknight dinners, and I’m pretty sure you’ll love them!
This 10-minute quinoa risotto is super healthy, gluten-free and SO tasty. It’s similar to pasta and full of fresh veggies like tomatoes and zucchini, some mozzarella and cooked quinoa.
In case you love healthy Mediterranean cuisine, then this chickpea skillet is for you. For even more flavor, sprinkle some feta cheese 3-4 minutes before taking it off the heat!
This easy lentil soup will take just 30 minutes to make and is one of the easiest and simplest vegetarian recipes without eggs. It is hearty, filling and warming!
You’ll be surprised how good green beans can taste when you try this recipe. This dish is really flavorful and easy to put together – one of the best vegetarian dinner ideas ever!
Have these baked potatoes with yogurt garlic sauce as an appetizer or part of your dinner! They’re wonderful!
This is one of the most delicious, egg-free vegetarian recipes to try. If you feel like eating pasta for dinner but have couscous, tomatoes, cheese and pesto – then make this, everyone will love it!
If you want to warm up your body and soul after a long and exhausting day, then remember this hearty and filling potato cauliflower soup! It’s a really creamy, healthy, and delicious, especially with some Parmesan cheese on top!
If you still don’t believe that green beans can be a hearty and satisfying main dish, then this eggless vegetarian recipe will convince you. It’s simple, super easy, cheap, and healthy and the taste is wonderful. Serve with plain yogurt and a slice of bread, and enjoy!
More Vegetarian Recipes To Try
Well, I sure hope you found some healthy and easy egg-free vegetarian recipes that you want to try and that will become regular in your rotation! For more simple vegan and vegetarian recipes, check these out:
- 2 heaping tbsp peanut butter
- 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted*
- 1/2 cup ground oats
- 2/3 cup almond flour
- 1 1/2 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp water
- Mix peanut butter, coconut oil and maple syrup together.
- Add in the ground oats, almond flour and water and mix everything together until combined. You’ll get a soft cookie dough. Have a go, taste it – there are no eggs in it, it’s vegan, it’s good – adjust it to your liking if needed.
- Now, it’s time to place the dough in the fridge and let it rest there for about 15 minutes.
- In the meantime you can melt some dark chocolate in the microwave and mix it with a little bit of peanut butter – this will make a nice drizzle for the cookies once they’re baked. I personally, love the chocolate on top of the cookies, but if you don’t want it – skip this step!
- Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper and preheat the oven to 350F/180C.
- Take out the dough and scoop the peanut butter mixture with a tablespoon to make equally-sized balls. Space them out evenly over the baking sheet.
- Then, press them with the back of a fork in both directions so as to form the cookies and make a nice cookie pattern.
- Bake for about 8-10 minutes, then take them out and let cool down for 10-15 minutes.
- If you decide to try the chocolate drizzle – put some over the cookies and let them sit in the fridge until the chocolate firms up (20-30 minutes)
Full recipe and more details at Homemade Mastery.