Vegan Sunday roasts aren’t disappointing or flavourless!
There’s nothing better than sitting down to a hearty Sunday lunch, and this doesn’t have to change when you go vegan.
From wholesome pies and wellingtons to casseroles and lasagnas, there are plenty of plant-based versions of all your family favourites. Even Yorkshire puddings are still on the menu for a home-cooked vegan roast.
Feast your eyes on these delicious recipes to start prepping your Sunday dinner!
Shepherd’s pie is a timeless family favourite, and the good news is you can still enjoy it as a vegan.
This simple and filling recipe replaces mince with lentils and it’s full of fibre, nutrients and seasonal flavours.
2. Big Puff Pie
This comforting pie is basically a stew with a pastry hat. It’s fairly quick and easy to make because it uses ready-made puff pastry sheets and the pastry is baked in the oven while the filling cooks on the stove.
Then you assemble it and serve – to loud applause, of course!
This vegan roast dinner makes an excellent centrepiece and will blow the socks off anyone who’s used to a boring meat and two veg meal.
It’s ideal for sharing with all the family, especially on occasions like Easter or Christmas.
In the mood for comfort food? This savoury lentil and mushroom pie doesn’t disappoint.
This recipe uses lentils and mushrooms, as well as other key ingredients, to make it a tasty dish to serve for non-vegan guests. Mmmmm.
These veggie-packed curry pies are finished with a deliciously crispy pastry.
They’re perfect for a Sunday dinner accompanied by vegetables, roast potatoes, and lashings of homemade gravy.
On the hunt for a vegan Sunday roast like no other? Try this veganised version of toad in the hole, a British classic.
This dish includes Beyond Meat’s plant-based sausages but you can use any you prefer.
Did you know that cauliflower is something of a superfood in the vegan community? That’s because it’s so versatile!
When you’re experimenting with meat-free roasts, don’t underestimate the power of roasted cauliflower.
This recipe is inspired by one of our favourite ingredients: chestnuts.
It’s been lovingly tried and tested so if you want a showstopper to delight guests, whip up this chestnut wellington for special occasions.
Is there anything more satisfying than tucking into a casserole and dumplings on a cold day?
This recipe is ideal for those looking for a hearty dish packed with veggies instead of a meat replacement.
Although a traditional Sunday roast includes a meat centrepiece, lasagne is the perfect comfort food for a family meal at home.
Using puy lentils and aubergines, this herby lasagne is an easy swap for those looking to eat more plant-based meals.