Aldi shared new recipes that make it easy to prepare vegetarian dishes. Not only can these vegan recipes be enjoyed by everyone, they are budget-friendly too.
Trying these recipes is a great way to dip your toe into the vegan lifestyle. You may not be fully committed to Veganuary because a full month can seem like a lot. However, trying these recipes gives you a chance not only to cook vegetarian dishes but also to see how easy it is.
Aldi’s Plant Menu provides customers with plenty of low-cost meat and dairy-free alternatives to use in their cooking. These easy-to-follow recipes can be found on the Aldi website.
Delicious and refreshing 5-A-Day-Smoothie makes one and prepares you for the day.
Apple, pear, avocado, and orange juice is delicious and will make you think it tastes more like a fruity milkshake than a healthy smoothie.
Prepare yourself for a weekend baking spot with vegan blueberry muffins that are a real treat.
This 12-recipe recipe is a fun treat full of juicy, ripe blueberries. It has five five-star reviews, it only takes 20 minutes to bake and you can buy all the ingredients at Aldi for less than 50p per head.
Do you have a short time? Make this easy, vibrant Mediterranean Buddha Falafel Bowl that serves two people.
Buddha Bowls are so popular, the versatile recipe has over 650,000 hashtags on Instagram. Not only can you make a quick lunch in less than 10 minutes, but it costs less than £3 per person when made with Aldi ingredients.
Sometimes dinner is the only time the family eats together. Gather everyone around this veggie for this delicious chili with cute beans that serves four.
Beans, yellow peppers, and red onions make this beautiful and colorful dish from Aldi. Serve it with rice for dinner, or enjoy leftovers for lunch like chunky vegetable soup.
If you like a little heat, this Sri Lankan cauliflower curry should be on your must-make list.
Similar to the traditional teak, the Aldi version has broccoli as the star of the show. It’s a subtly scented and seasoned curry guaranteed to spice up your midweek meals. Ingredients cost less than £1 per person from Aldi and you can make this curry in less than 50 minutes – roughly the time it takes to order a takeaway.
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