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17 vegan eats you can make in the oven

29th January 2019
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It’s the final week of Veganuary, and we’d forgive you if the veggies are looking a bit less enticing than they did three weeks ago.

As always though, we’re here for you and your dietary needs.

Here’s a bunch of vegan snacks/dinner suggestions that you can make in the oven - from fortifying breakfasts to spicy kale crisps to invigorating, nutrient-filled dinners.

Who knows, maybe you’ll keep up the habit into February…

1. Peanut butter and jelly breakfast buns

These indulgent treats will take you right back to childhood. Get the recipe here.

2. Slow-cooked root veg stew

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This cosy night in recipe will give you everything you need to feel healthy and virtuous. Win-win! Get the recipe here.

3. Mushroom and nut roast

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Nut roast isn’t just for Christmas - in fact, we think it’s a shame that it’s not embraced more during the rest of the year. Get the recipe here.

4. Chilli spiced kale crisps

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Want a homemade, vegan alternative to crisps? Us too. Stick this in the oven and it’ll be ready in ten. Find out how here.

5. Spiced apple pandowdy

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What’s a pandowdy? We’re not entirely sure… but it looks delightful. See how you can recreate this aesthetically pleasing pud here.

6. Loaded potato skins

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A little slice of Mexico… kind of. Get the recipe here.

7. Roasted cauliflower salad

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Cauliflower can be interesting, we promise you. This colourful salad is living proof. Get the recipe right here and feel good about yourself for days.

8. Thai green curry bake

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We didn’t know a curry could be a bake either, but clearly Co-op is up for the fusion challenge. Find out how you too can succeed here.

9. Cauliflower and butternut squash salad

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More cauliflower, because we love to shout out an underrated winter veg. Pair with butternut squash and tomatoes for extra colourful vibes here.

10. Meghan’s mini vegan chili pods

Manchester student Meghan loves whipping up a spicy snack and pairing it with her fave merlot. We expect that she’s not a minority in this.

11. Spicy roasted vegetables with chickpeas

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Another one to whip up in a huge batch and share with the entire flat / eat more days. 100% guarantee you’ll feel the benefit of all those vitamins. Go on, you know you want to.

12. Carrot and sweet potato crisps

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And more in the “snacks that are better for you than chocolate” department. We were converted after reading this recipe. Bye forever, sluggish afternoons!

13. Baked potatoes with spicy chickpeas

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This looks a bit of alright, doesn’t it? Extra points for simultaneously subverting and fulfilling the “students live off jacket potatoes” stereotype. Find out how to make it here.

14. Bombay potato traybake

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Continuing the chickpea theme, this one is straight out of India. Get the recipe here.

15. Tortilla chips with red pepper hummus

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“Things dipped in hummus” has been our go-to snack for a good few years now, and we love the delightfully satisfying feeling of getting the just-crisped crackers out of the oven. Here’s how you do it.

16. Vegetable satay skewers

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Because who says that the only thing we can satay is chicken? Find out how you can make a portion-filled veggie alternative here.

17. Muhammara


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This Syrian hot pepper dip is best whipped up with a good old pestle and mortar, so put your blender away and embrace the flavours of the Levant here.

18. Roasted spiced chickpeas

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One for those long work sessions where you just need snacks to keep yourself going. Try not to crunch too loudly if in a highly stressful quiet place, such as a library. Get the recipe.

We hope you’re inspired to finish Veganuary on a high note with these recipes. Get more vegan inspiration here and/or find out how to avoid lethargy when eating a vegan diet.

Students get 10% off at Co-op with a Totum or NUS extra card. For more inspiration from Co-op throughout the year, follow @coopukfood.

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