Following a low-carb diet? Try these easy and delicious vegan keto recipes for dinner over the next few days! We’ll share colorful bowls, pizza, tacos, soups, chili and more in this article.
If you thought that low-carb and plant-based can’t go hand in hand, meet these easy vegan keto recipes! No grains, lots of veggies and delicious spices are featured in these hand-selected dinner ideas.
We love making a plant-based diet work for all kinds of dietary approaches and since the keto diet is usually very reliant on animal products, we wanted to help keto fans to try more vegan recipes.
Although you need to get a little creative, you can enjoy colorful wraps, cheesy pizza, crunchy vegetable noodle dishes, casseroles and even burgers on a very low-carb vegan diet!
Enjoy the following recipes, check out these spiralized veggie dishes for more keto-friendly ideas and don’t miss out on our easy vegan keto dinner bowl at the end of this article.
Tasty Vegan Keto Recipes
Replace your grains with colorful vegetable noodles for this vegan keto dinner idea! Flavorful peanut sauce, crunchy veggies and protein-packed tofu meet for this delicious Pad Thai. Ready in 20 minutes and super healthy!
Bursting with seasonal summer veggies like zucchini, squash and eggplant, this beautiful baked ratatouille makes for a presentable vegan keto-friendly dinner for when you have guests! Serve with cauliflower rice and lots of fresh herbs.
These cauliflower tacos are easy to make with either air-fried, grilled or roasted cauliflower, cabbage, jalapeño and drizzled with an avocado lime crema. Served in low-carb tortillas or lettuce wraps, they make for a great light and healthy lunch or dinner.
Perfect for a family get-together, a dinner with friends or a special treat after a long day: these vegan keto Portobello mushroom burgers are delicious and rich in nutrients. They only require a few ingredients and most of them are probably already in your kitchen!
This deep green broccoli almond soup is super creamy but completely dairy-free and low in carbs. Great for a cozy dinner during the colder months, it features a wonderful blend of aromatics and spices to create a richly flavored, filling soup you can serve in 30 minutes or less!
Get ready for your next favorite vegan keto dinner for the whole family! This recipe for a simple low-carb zucchini pizza crust calls for only five simple ingredients, is free from cheese, eggs and flour and high in veggies. Only 2.6 grams of net carbs per slice, this keto pizza can be loaded with anything from tomatoes to olives or vegan cheese.
Eat more veggies with these Mediterranean-inspired keto collard green wraps! They take only 7 ingredients and 5 minutes to make, work well for meal prep or to-go lunches and look really pretty.
Cauliflower rice is one of the classic vegan keto recipes! Ready in only 20 minutes, it’s great for weeknight meals and can be loaded with different veggies. This one-pan recipe calls for celery, onion, garlic, mushrooms, soy sauce and spinach!
This heart of palm avocado salad is quick, simple and full of flavor, color and texture. Creamy avocado meets crunchy nuts, summery lemon basil dressing and briny palm hearts from a jar. Try this 10-minute low-carb recipe!
A tender smoked whole cauliflower with a crusty smoked layer and soft cauliflower flesh, perfect for a healthy low-carb side dish or light dinner! Prepare this centerpiece either in your oven or using a barbecue!
You can’t have normal spaghetti on a vegan keto diet but you can have spaghetti squash! These gorgeous lasagna bowls are made from halved, filled and baked squash. Featuring a flavorful tomato sauce and topped with creamy vegan ricotta, this recipe is such a beautiful plant-based dinner idea.
If you enjoy Asian cuisine, try this simple vegan Pad Pak Thai! It’s fresh, flavorful and easy to make in less than 30 minutes. Packed with bold flavors and healthy ingredients, it’s a keto-friendly light dinner that can be served over cauliflower rice.
Let’s use this awesome and versatile vegetable that is cauliflower and turn it into a flavorful, keto-approved puree! Replicating mashed potatoes but with almost no carbs, it tastes great with some vegan mushroom gravy and lots of fresh herbs.
This recipe consists of thinly sliced eggplant that is stuffed with homemade vegan ricotta cheese, smothered in a homemade marinara sauce and topped with vegan mozzarella cheese. Ready in about an hour, it looks super fancy but is easier to make than you might think!
Do you like PF Chang’s lettuce wraps? This vegan keto version delivers all of the flavors thanks to the perfectly spiced and cooked tofu. Serve with the easy homemade almond butter sauce and enjoy after only 30 minutes!
Get your spiralizer and make this colorful veggie bowl for your next low-carb dinner! A medley of spiralized vegetable noodles are served with pan-fried smoked marinated tofu, fresh lime, herbs and a totally addictive spicy peanut dressing.
This healthy no-bean chili is high in protein and low in carbs. Packed with flavor thanks to cozy spices like cumin, chili, paprika and cinnamon, it gets its texture from soy meat, mushrooms and walnuts. Try this easy dinner idea that everyone will want to grab seconds of!
Made with simple ingredients and ready to enjoy in under 30 minutes, this is a great vegan keto weeknight dinner! Zoodles are paired with asparagus and a refreshing lemon pesto sauce that consists of basil, parsley, pine nuts, garlic, nutritional yeast and a few more staple foods.
These cute little vegan keto portobello mushroom pizzas are stuffed with vegan mozzarella, sugar-free marinara sauce and topped with vegan pepperoni and sprinkles of basil. Ready in 30 minutes total, they are a wonderful kid-friendly dinner idea and so easy to make.
Here’s a great keto-friendly vegan side dish for your mushroom pizzas! This classic American coleslaw features crunchy veggies and creamy vegan mayo. It’s easy to whip up and best made ahead of time so you can enjoy it straight from the fridge!
This creamy, velvety tomato soup is perfect for rainy day lunches and cozy dinners. It’s high in fat thanks to the coconut milk and requires only a handful of staple foods, like garlic, onion or crushed tomatoes, to make!
This cauliflower tabbouleh is based on the traditional Middle Eastern salad recipe but uses cauliflower rice instead of bulgur for a keto and grain-free alternative. Loaded with veggies and ready to enjoy in 20 minutes, it’s the perfect vegan keto lunch.
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Roasted veggies + tofu
- 2 bell peppers, sliced
- 1 zucchini, sliced
- 1 cup cauliflower florets
- 200 g tofu, drained and cubed
- ½ cup olive oil
- ½ tsp garlic powder
- ½ tsp salt
- ½ tsp cayenne pepper
For the bowl
- 2 cups romaine lettuce, chopped
- ½ cup purple cabbage, shredded
- 2 scallions, chopped
- 1 avocado, sliced
- 3 tbsp sunflower seeds
- Preheat your oven to 425° F (200° C) and prepare two baking sheets.
- Mix the marinade in a small bowl with a fork, then prepare the ingredients for your roasted veggies and tofu.
- Place bell peppers, zucchini, cauliflower and tofu in a single layer on your baking sheets and brush with the marinade.
- Place in the oven and roast for 20 minutes. Check from time to time to see whether the edges turn dark — in this case, give it a toss and keep roasting.
- Meanwhile, prepare all of your ingredients to assemble your keto dinner bowl.
- Divide the lettuce, cabbage and scallions between serving bowls, add the roasted veggies and tofu. Top with avocado and sunflower seeds and drizzle with cashew sour cream!
- You can top this bowl with any nuts or seeds of your choice!
- Swap romaine lettuce for any leafy greens of your choice and feel free to roast eggplant, mushrooms or asparagus instead of the veggies listed.
- If you don’t have any vegan sour cream on hand, simply drizzle with some tahini.
- Find 20+ more vegan keto recipes in the article above.
Yield: 4 Serving Size: ¼ recipe
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 437Total Fat: 41gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 33gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 670mgCarbohydrates: 15gNet Carbohydrates: 0gFiber: 7gSugar: 5gSugar Alcohols: 0gProtein: 10g
Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated automatically, their accuracy is not guaranteed. Just focus on whole plant-based foods and eat until satiety!
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