Vegan Roast Dinner Ideas

21 Amazing Vegan Roast Dinner Recipes For Meal Prep!

A vegan roast dinner is one of the greatest dinners ever! It’s a British classic, and a reason for families to get together on Sundays. As this is a plant-based blog, we’ll show you lots of different options to replace the meat in a roast dinner. Things like nut roasts, vegan wellingtons, and fake ‘meat’ joints made from seitan, tofu, or tempeh are all great options. The other veggies in vegan roast dinner recipes are also often roasted. Carrots and parsnips are roasted in a delicious glaze or dressing. Often using honey, but an easy swap is to use maple syrup instead, then it becomes plant-based!

21. Roasted Vegetable Healthy Lunch Bowls

Roasted Vegetable Healthy Lunch Bowls

Try these roasted vegetable healthy lunch bowls, they’re absolutely delicious! This is a wonderful healthy lunch idea that will fill you up (I actually wrote feel you up – I guess these have more talents than we knew) and make you feel satiated. These healthy vegan bowls are full of flavor and gluten-free! So, these vegan chickpea bowls are amazing! Like, okay, I realize how non-humble this sounds, given that my incredibly talented and perfectly moisturized feminine hands made them. But they are. Can’t tell you something is bronze when it’s actually gold. 
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20. Roasted Garlic and Kale Spaghetti Squash with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Roasted Garlic and Kale Spaghetti Squash with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Spaghetti Squash with roasted garlic, kale, sun-dried tomatoes, and walnuts makes for a comforting, low-carb meal requiring only 5 main ingredients! Plus the recipe is simple to prepare! I know. Nothing replaces a steamy pile of actual spaghetti, but for those of us who are looking for comfort food that is easy on the digestive system, this meal fits the bill. It contains vitamins and minerals from the spaghetti squash and kale, a boost of flavor from the sun-dried tomatoes and roasted garlic, and some protein and crunch from the walnuts.
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19. Baked Yams Stuffed with Roasted Spiced Veggies

Baked Yams Stuffed with Roasted Spiced Veggies

Roasted Spiced veggies is a vegetarian forward recipe with blended flavors, nutritionally packed, and super easy to make. Keep it simple tonight with this hearty vegan baked yum dish. The delicious yams are first baked, then they are packed with roasted veggies such as tomatoes, squash, mushrooms, and bell peppers or you can add any veggies as per your choice. The veggies are flavored with olive oil and a pinch of curry powder. To finish these most delicious vegan roast dinner recipes, served with freshly made salsa for a nice dinner with your family.
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18. Balsamic Roasted Mushrooms with Kale Mashed Potatoes

Balsamic Roasted Mushrooms with Kale Mashed Potatoes

This recipe marks the end of the recipes for our first CSA basket this year. The beginning of the CSA season is always a challenge because there are so many items that spoil quickly. The kale and turnip greens held up until the end of the week without any issue and this made for a nice Saturday lunch. We’ve already started using some of the items from our second basket and have put together some really cool vegan roast dinner recipes. The mashed potatoes were full of flavor and so were the balsamic roasted mushrooms. We added turnip greens since we still had them on hand but you can substitute any other green or more kale.
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17. Roasted Butternut Squash Quinoa Nourish Bowl

Roasted Butternut Squash Quinoa Nourish Bowl

This Butternut Squash Quinoa Bowl is hearty and warming thanks to the roasted vegetables and vegan hot “honey” dressing. Easy to make for any occasion and delicious hot or cold. While I’m not the biggest fan of the weather change, I must say that the vegan roast dinner recipes this time of year tend to be my favorite. I thrive on warm foods, and while I eat them regularly throughout the year, nothing beats a bowl of some seasonal produce in the fall.
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16. Easy Roasted Sweet Potato Carrot Soup

Easy Roasted Sweet Potato Carrot Soup

As soon as the weather begins to get chilly, I’m ready for soup for basically every meal. Does anyone else feel the same way? I love simple warm soups for an easy fall weeknight dinner. This Easy Vegan Roasted Sweet Potato Carrot Soup is exactly that. This soup has a full-bodied flavor with a touch of natural sweetness from the root veggies and a bunch of creaminess from coconut milk. It’s definitely hearty, warm, creamy, and filling.
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15. Vegan Roasted Poblano Corn Dip

Vegan Roasted Poblano Corn Dip

This Vegan Roasted Poblano Corn Dip is the perfect game day snack. Deliciously creamy and slightly spicy – dig in with your fave chips! We’re just about a week away from the Super Bowl and whether you’re going to watch the game or not, there is always room for a tasty dip and chips. Am I right??? This dip has a smoky flavor from the charred poblano, creaminess from the vegan cream cheese, and sweetness from the corn. It is an all-around delicious appetizer!
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14. Roasted Chile Relleno with Black Beans

Roasted Chile Relleno with Black Beans

This Roasted Chile Relleno Recipe – is a traditional Mexican dish, made healthier by roasting the poblano chilies rather than frying them in an egg batter, and is lightened up with the addition of black beans with an easy homemade rancheros sauce. I’ve even included a vegan version if you want to eliminate the dairy altogether which surprisingly got a huge thumbs up from my husband as well. The nice thing is you can make some vegan, some with cheese and even “beef” some up with meat for heartier eaters.
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13. Vegan Pot Pie with Roasted Butternut, Lentils and Kale

Vegan Pot Pie with Roasted Butternut, Lentils and Kale

A delicious recipe for Vegan Pot Pie made with roasted butternut squash, lentils, and kale, topped with a  golden puff pastry crust. A cozy, warming vegan meal full of delicious fall flavors. This Vegetable Pot Pie was our dinner last night and it was so homey and delicious- I just had to share!  To save time I used store-bought puff pastry dough which makes this recipe very easy. The roasted butternut squash gives this dish such lovely sweetness, and together with the lentils and kale, it makes for a delicious symphony of flavors and textures.
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12. Roasted Vegetable Lentil Salad

Roasted Vegetable Lentil Salad

This healthy, vegan roasted vegetable lentil salad is the perfect cool-weather comfort food. Easy to make and perfect for meal prep too! Divide the cooked lentils and roasted vegetables between 4 bowls and drizzle the sauce over each before serving. The lentils can be made up to 5 days in advance. The roasted vegetables can be made 3-4 days in advance but I’d keep it on the shorter side for best results as they can get soggy.  I usually go with savory herbs like rosemary, thyme, salt, and pepper and this is what I used for these vegan roast dinner recipes. Even just salt and pepper is delicious though if you want to keep it simple.
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11. Rosemary Infused Roast Potatoes

Rosemary Infused Roast Potatoes

Have you tried Rosemary Roast Potatoes? Roast potatoes are one of my absolute favorite parts of a Christmas dinner or Sunday roast! Infusing them with rosemary takes them to the next level. These vegan roast dinner recipes are very easy with just 4 ingredients and are both gluten-free and vegan friendly. Infused with fresh rosemary, making them so fragrant and flavourful, these herb roasted potatoes is a staple for me. Your whole kitchen will smell of fresh herbs and get everyone’s mouthwatering.
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10. Roasted Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry

Roasted Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry

Comforting vegan roasted butternut squash and chickpea curry in a flavourful creamy coconut and tomato sauce. Perfect for cold autumn nights and ready in under an hour! Butternut squash is my favorite winter squash, especially when roasted. It’s such a versatile vegetable and works great in so many recipes! And if you make a big batch of this curry then you can enjoy it throughout the week – or freeze it for a later date! This curry is even better the next day too when the flavors have developed even more.
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9. Pesto & Roasted Tomato Stuffed Mushrooms

Pesto & Roasted Tomato Stuffed Mushrooms

These delicious Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms and filled with juicy oven-roasted tomatoes and drizzled with balsamic glaze. These stuffed mudrooms are Whole30, Vegan, Paleo, Grain/Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar-Free, and SCD Legal. Truth be told, if I was lazy, this recipe would contain less than 5 ingredients, roasted tomatoes from a jar, store-bought pesto, and mushrooms.
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8. Roasted Green Beans and Potatoes

Roasted Green Beans and Potatoes

Roasted Green Beans and Potatoes for dinner. One of my favorite vegan roast dinner recipes I make now. What is everyone else having?? Simple and delicious, it’s the perfect side to add to any meal. A tasty side dish that you’ll absolutely love. In a mixing bowl, toss the trimmed green beans in the remaining olive oil, garlic powder, and salt and pepper to taste. After 15 minutes, remove the potatoes from the oven and add the green beans to the tray. Bake for an additional 25 minutes. Enjoy!
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7. Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Beautifully caramelized/charred crispy edges on these roasted cabbage steaks are going to blow your mind away! Thick cabbage slices rubbed with flavorful garlic-onion-paprika spice rub and roasted to perfection in the oven make it a great side dish with any meal. Roasting vegetable brings out their flavors and makes them very tasty. A thick slice of cabbage steak when roasted in the oven turns into beautifully caramelized/charred/ browned/crispy edges steaks that will blow your mind.
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6. Tomato & Roasted Mediterranean Vegetable Risotto (Vegan)

Tomato & Roasted Mediterranean Vegetable Risotto (Vegan)

Creamy vegan Tomato Risotto with Roasted Veg, bursting with flavor. An easy and healthy weeknight meal that is both plant-based and gluten-free. Risottos are one of my favorite vegan roast dinner recipes. When made right, they are rich and creamy, but not too heavy or stodgy. This Vegan Tomato & Roasted Vegetable Risotto is perhaps my favorite of all. Risotto rice picks up flavors so well, so there is a lot of potential to make a seriously amazing-tasting dish when you’ve got the makings of one in your stock cupboard.
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5. Roasted Chickpea Quinoa Bowls with Sesame Ginger Dressing

Roasted Chickpea Quinoa Bowls with Sesame Ginger Dressing

These Roasted Chickpea Quinoa Bowls with Sesame Ginger Dressing are perfect for vegan meal prepping or a healthy & filling dinner. There is something about a bowl of veggies and grains topped off with a delicious dressing that I can never get enough of. Bowls like these are what I eat on a daily basis. They are easy to adapt to what you have on hand and they are perfect for meal prepping. This bowl is especially tasty because of the sesame ginger dressing. When it is mixed with the crispy veggies, spicy chickpeas, and flavor-packed quinoa it just brings the whole thing together.
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4. Roasted Tofu & Veggies with Dijon Dressing

Roasted Tofu & Veggies with Dijon Dressing

Roasted Tofu & Veggies with Dijon Dressing is an easy and affordable sheet pan recipe. Served with a pantry-friendly and delicious tangy dressing. This nourishing, protein-rich meal is the perfect weeknight dinner. Simply marinate and roast your choice of veggies, add some tofu, and serve with the delectable Dijon dressing. When you roast veggies, they become subtly sweeter in flavor, plus they are juicier on the inside and crispier on the outside. In addition to being budget-friendly, this recipe is easy to prep with minimal clean-up.
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3. Roast Cauliflower, Courgette, Wild Garlic Pesto and Butter Bean Salad 

Roast Cauliflower, Courgette, Wild Garlic Pesto and Butter Bean Salad 

Of course, wild garlic is only around for a limited time so I’ve included the recipe for my delicious basil pesto as well – just as delicious! I absolutely adore roast cauliflower as the flavor is transformed into an altogether more nutty flavor through roasting. Combine with the fresh courgette with white beans and pesto, it’s simple but super tasty. Top with some toasted hazelnuts for crunch and nuttiness. 
Get the recipe here.

2. Vegan Roasted Aubergine & Chickpea Curry

Vegan Roasted Aubergine & Chickpea Curry

This roasted aubergine and chickpea curry are packed with flavor and texture. Plus it’s super easy to make! The aubergine gets roasted until it’s crispy on the outside and buttery soft on the inside. If you’re trying to convince someone to like aubergine, this is it! First, we are going to start by roasting aubergine, which is my favorite way to cook it! If you want to reduce the cooking time you can fry them instead but I love the flavor and texture from roasting them!
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1. Roasted Sweet Potato and Fig Kale Salad with Maple-Cinnamon Cider Vinaigrette 

Roasted Sweet Potato and Fig Kale Salad with Maple-Cinnamon Cider Vinaigrette

Roasted Sweet Potato Fig Kale Salad with toasted walnuts, cranberries, and a cider vinaigrette is a superfood vegan salad recipe. These sweet potatoes and figs adorn this superfood kale salad. Topped with maple-toasted walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and dried cranberries with an easy maple-cinnamon cider vinaigrette, this salad is a beautiful fall-inspired clean meal or side dish.
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