With all the work you put into your cooking, you don’t want to waste any food. And what better way to make sure nothing goes to waste than to cook up some delicious meals with the leftover food in your refrigerator? If you’re looking for yummy recipes for leftover food, here are 10 mouthwatering vegan recipes for your leftover veggies.
1. Vegan French Toast
Let us tell you a weird fact: the French love stale bread, and we know how they use it; in le tost francais. So you can also put your stale bread in work by transforming it into a mouthwatering, easy-to-make breakfast.
Get the recipe from A Virtual Vegan
2. Leftover Vegetable Broth
Now is the time to stop tipping those veggie scraps into the bin. Instead, collect all kinds of vegetable scraps (from potatoes to leftover celery leaves, everything) and store them in the refrigerator until you have a few bags; then cook them into a healthy vegetable broth.
Get the recipe from Jennifer’s Kitchen
3. Spinach & Kiwi Smoothie
Do not worry; this is not another regular green smoothie with that hard-to-swallow taste. The super good for us food; spinach wilts pretty quick. So the best way to use that excess spinach is by throwing it into a juice or smoothie, with no impact on the taste. Add some cucumber, kiwis, and bananas into your smoothie recipe and enjoy your refreshing and healthy smoothie.
Get the recipe from VeganSandra
4. Veggie Mini Muffins & Juice Pulp Fruit
Little on the sweet side, little on the savory side, crispy on the outside but soft on the inside. Sounds yummy! That’s how this muffin recipe is. And oh! With some vegan butter on top of it. We can’t wait for you to try this recipe out, and let us know about it in the comments.
Get the recipe from The Colorful Kitchen
5. Almond Pulp Crackers
Imagine wasting up all the leftover pulp after making homemade almond milk. Hurts right? Here is what you can do with them. Turn them into tasty crackers. They are full of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals and make delicious snacks for a weekend trip.
Get the recipe from Figgy And Sprout
6. Mashed Potato Waffles
We seem to cook too many potatoes, and they are leftover in abundance. However, you will never feel sorry for cooking so many potatoes after knowing that you can turn them into super delicious yet straightforward mashed potato waffles. These can be served with some vegan sour cream or salsa. Or simply dive in and eat them!
Get the recipe from Crazy Vegan Kitchen
7. Quick Quinoa Pizza Bowls
Eating quinoa can be fun. Don’t trust us? Check out this quick quinoa pizza bowl recipe. It is a brilliant way to use any other leftover veggies lingering around like peppers, onions, and mushrooms. Also, you can add some vegan mozzarella to make them all gooey.
Get the recipe from Gimme Some Oven
8. Irish Colcannon Cakes
The Irish know better what to do with a spud. Even leftovers can be made into something tasty by mashing them into these delightful veggie-packed potato cakes. Again, you can use other leftover vegetables like cabbage, onion, and carrots.
Get the recipe from The Veglife
9. Vegetarian Thai Curry
Got lots of veggie leftovers? Cauliflowers? Potatoes? Broccoli? It doesn’t matter! Whatever leftover or sitting in the refrigerator vegetables you have, be generous and cook them up in this quick veggie curry, and thank us later.
Get this recipe from Omnivore’s Cookbook
10. Tasty Vegan Fritters
Somehow stuck with loads of potatoes, parsnips, squash, or sweet potatoes? Well, here is a golden chance to turn them into tasty fritters. And this one is one of those recipes that is pretty chill with any vegetable. But, of course, turnips, onion, and carrots will make it more delicious even without eggs!
Get this recipe from Tin And Thyme
Now, you don’t need to worry about wasting those leftovers. Instead, turn them into tasty dishes with one of these vegan recipes.