9 Best Vegan Father's Day Recipes

9 Best Vegan Father’s Day Recipes

9 Best Vegan Father's Day Recipes

9 Best Vegan Father's Day Recipes

Almost everyone has a happy Father's Day! We decided it would be wonderful to put up a small menu that everyone could prepare for their families that was tasty, satisfying, and healthful.

For a classy and stunning supper, select one salad, one marsala main, one potato side dish, and one tiramisu! Let's try some delicious vegan father's day recipes.

Chioggia Beet Arugula and Quinoa Salad

1. Chioggia Beet Arugula and Quinoa Salad

Chioggia beet salad is light and entertaining. A tasty and light dressing combines arugula, beets, quinoa, and pomegranates with olive oil and pomegranate syrup. This colourful and sweet salad is a delightful addition to a springtime lunch.

Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 20 minutes | Total time: 30 minutes | Servings: 3

Ingredients For The Salad

  • Chioggia beets: 4 small
  • Arugula: 3 cups
  • Cooked quinoa: 1½ cups
  • Pomegranate: 2 cups

Ingredients For The Dressing

  • Extra virgin olive oil: ½ cup
  • Pomegranate syrup: 1 tablespoon
  • Sea salt: ¼ teaspoon
  • Fresh ground pepper to taste.


  1. Boil two cups of water as you rinse the quinoa. When the quinoa is soft and fluffy, add it to the pot, lower the heat, and let it simmer for 20 minutes.
  2. Beets should be washed, peeled, and thinly sliced on a mandolin while the quinoa is cooking. Toss the pomegranate, arugula, and beets together. Mix the olive oil, pomegranate syrup, salt, and pepper to make the dressing.
  3. Allow the quinoa to cool after it has finished cooking. When cooled, mix the quinoa with the pomegranate dressing and add it to the salad.

Fava Salad With Agretti Shiso Dressing

2. Fava Salad With Agretti Shiso Dressing

This gorgeous and tasty summer fava bean salad will impress your guests! Agretti leaves, fava beans, sun-dried tomatoes, and a ring of thinly sliced cucumbers are all nestled together. This salad is almost too beautiful to eat with its fragrant shiso dressing and edible flower garnish.

Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 20 minutes | Total time: 30 minutes | Servings: 3

Ingredients For The Salad

  • Fava beans: 24 ounces
  • Persian cucumbers: 2 chopped
  • Sundried tomatoes: 1/3 cup, chopped
  • A handful of mixed greens of your choice.
  • A few sprigs of agretti
  • Edible flowers for garnish (optional).
  • Shisho leaves: 1 small bunch

Ingredients For The Dressing

  • Shiso leaves: 3-4
  • White wine vinegar: 1 teaspoon
  • Tamari: 1 teaspoon
  • Lemon: ½, juiced
  • Ginger juice: 1 tablespoon
  • Garlic: 1 large clove
  • Mellow white or chickpea miso: 2 teaspoons
  • Pickled plum paste: ½ teaspoon
  • Olive oil: 3 tablespoons


  1. Take the stem of the fava beans and pull the seam down to get rid of the string before cooking them. Take the beans out of the pod, put them in a bowl, and give them a warm water rinse.
  2. Prepare a bowl of ice water before blanching the beans so that you may halt the cooking process right once it has begun.
  3. Boil the beans for 45 seconds in 4 cups of salted water that is as salty as seawater. The beans should be quickly drained and submerged for a few minutes in freezing water.
  4. Drain the water and squeeze the beans out of their skin to remove the shells. If the beans don't come out easily, carefully cut a small incision with a knife or your fingers and slip the beans out. Then, drain the water and shell the beans by pressing them out of their skin.
  5. By folding the shiso leaves like a cigar and slicing them into incredibly thin pieces with a sharp knife, you may create long, thin strips from the leaves.
  6. The salad's components should be combined.
  7. Blend all the ingredients at high speed until the shiso leaves split up and the dressing is a rich shade of pink. Toss the salad with the sauce.
  8. To create a “cucumber shell” for the salad, rub a few drops of olive oil inside the ring mould. Layer cucumber slices carefully, barely overlapping them.
  9. Scoop the salad into the ring mould while placing it on the dish. Cucumber slices should remain in place as you carefully remove the ring mould.
  10. If using, add flowers as a garnish. Serve.

Cauliflower Marsala

3. Cauliflower Marsala

With its lovely neutral flavour, cauliflower goes nicely with just about anything. The dish's centrepiece is these stunning white florets, but the marsala wine truly shines because of the thyme and mushrooms. Although it appears to be a dinner you would order from a fine restaurant. It is very simple to prepare!

Prep time: 20 minutes | Cook time: 40 minutes | Total time: 60 minutes | Servings: 6


  • Mushrooms: 2 cups, sliced
  • Vegan butter: 4 tablespoons
  • Shallots: 2 tablespoons minced
  • Garlic: 2 cloves, minced
  • Marsala wine: ½ cup
  • Vegetable broth: 2 cups
  • Fresh thyme: 4
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Melt two tablespoons of butter in a skillet over medium heat. Sauté for around 5 minutes after adding the cauliflower. Add the remaining butter, shallots, and garlic—Cook for about 2 minutes or until aromatic. Add pepper and salt to taste.
  2. Add the mushrooms and thyme once the wine cuts in half, then simmer for another minute or two. Add the broth and keep simmering when the liquid has almost completely reduced.
  3. Thyme removed, serve right away.

Marinated Zucchini And Seaweed Salad

4. Marinated Zucchini And Seaweed Salad

This meal is delicious as an appetizer, entrée, or side dish. The seaweed also adds a wonderfully reviving oceanic flavour.

Prep time: 30 minutes | Cook time: 45 minutes | Total time: 1¼ hours | Servings: 8


  • Courgettes: 2 large, washed and cut into thin slices
  • White vinegar: 2 tablespoons
  • Olive oil: 2 tablespoons
  • Parsley: 1 tablespoon, finely chopped
  • Garlic: 2 cloves, minced
  • Algae: 1 tablespoon


  1. Place the zucchini, vinegar, and ½ litre of water in a bowl and macerate them overnight.
  2. Allow the seaweed to soak up plenty of water.
  3. Drain the seaweed and zucchini of their water the following day.
  4. Now chop seaweed, garlic, and parsley before being added to the zucchini and rest for at least one hour before serving.

Tempeh Marsala

5. Tempeh Marsala

Any local Italian restaurant's menu will feel right at home with this tempeh marsala! The rich and creamy marsala wine sauce is cooked with tender tempeh cubes and thinly sliced mushrooms to create a filling dish that will please any appetite.

Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 30 minutes | Total time: 40 minutes | Servings: 9


  • Block tempeh: ½
  • Flour: ¼ cup
  • Garlic salt: 1 teaspoon
  • Mushrooms: 1 cup, sliced
  • Vidalia onion: 1 sliced
  • Vegan butter: 2 tablespoons
  • Marsala cooking wine: ½ cup
  • Water: ½-1 cup
  • Salt and pepper to taste.


  1. Flour, garlic salt, salt, and pepper should be added to a bowl with the cubed tempeh before tossing. Thirty minutes should be enough time to marinate it.
  2. Cut your mushrooms and onions into slices as you wait. Butter and vegetables should be added to a pan and heated to medium-high heat. Stir in the water and marsala after adding them. Get to a boil.
  3. Once the sauce has reached the desired consistency, reduce the heat to low and let it simmer for 45 to 60 minutes. If it's too thick, add more flour; if it's too thin, more water.
  4. Over your preferred grain, please.

Hungarian Twice-Baked Potatoes

6. Hungarian Twice-Baked Potatoes

These twice-baked potatoes for vegans are perfect. What more could you want from something so cozy, tasty, and creamy?

In contrast to a traditional recipe, these vegan twice-baked potatoes are seasoned with caramelized onions and Hungarian paprika (rather than butter and cheese.)

Use caution and leave enough potatoes behind when scooping the cooked potatoes' inside to keep the finished product's shape. If you're a vegan, you must try these twice-baked potatoes; they're so popular!

Prep time: 20 minutes | Cook time: 55 minutes | Total time: 1¼ hours | Servings: 5


  • Russet potatoes: 4
  • Vegan butter: 1 tablespoon
  • Onions: 2 medium, minced
  • Garlic: 6 cloves, minced
  • Hungarian paprika: 1 teaspoon
  • Baby spinach: 3 cups, chopped
  • Vegan milk: 6 tablespoons
  • Olive oil or more vegan milk: 2 tablespoons
  • Vegan sour cream for garnish (optional)
  • Chives, minced for garnish (optional)
  • Salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste


  1. Set the oven to 425°F. The potatoes must be well washed and then totally dried. Use a paring knife to make several shallow cuts all over the potatoes.
  2. Rub potatoes bebed with olive oil and bake on the center oven rack for about an hour until they are soft.
  3. Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the onion, cover the skillet, and simmer for 5 minutes or until the onions are tender.
  4. When the onions are yellow and soft, about 15 minutes, reduce the heat to medium-low, stir, and cook. Then, after mixing, add the garlic and spinach.
  5. Cook for about 3 minutes until the spinach wilts, then turn off the heat. Add the paprika and season with salt and black pepper. Put aside.
  6. Cut the baked potatoes in half, then set them aside until they are cold enough to handle. Scoop the interior of the potato halves into a big bowl after cooling. Ensure that there is enough potato inside the skins so that the halves maintain their shape.
  7. Give the milk and olive oil to the potato in the bowl. Use a potato masher and mash.
  8. Season with salt and black pepper and stir in the spinach mixture.
  9. After applying the oil spray to the potato halves, stuff them with the potato mixture. Transfer the potato halves to a baking dish, and bake in a 425°F oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown.
  10. If preferred, top with vegan sour cream and chives when serving.

Creamy Scalloped Potatoes With Thyme

7. Creamy Scalloped Potatoes With Thyme

Scalloped potatoes that are vegan are straightforward yet effective. The non-dairy béchamel with the thinly sliced potatoes, onions, and other ingredients are cozy and familiar.

It has a simple but superb flavour thanks to mustard, salt, and thyme. The outcome is a hearty, delicious, and tender dish that makes the ideal side dish for any main course. These vegan scalloped potatoes will win your heart.

Prep time: 30 minutes | Cook time: 60 minutes | Total time: 1½ hours | Servings: 6


  • Vegan butter: 3 tablespoons
  • Flour: 3 tablespoons
  • Dry mustard: 1 teaspoon
  • Kosher salt: 1 teaspoon
  • Non-dairy milk: 2 cups
  • Freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • Fresh thyme leaves: 1 tablespoon, chopped
  • Yukon gold potatoes: 5 cups
  • Onion: 1 medium


  1. Set your oven to 375°F.
  2. Put vegan butter in a saucepan and warm it over medium heat. While stirring with a whisk, virtually melt the butter in the pan. Following the addition of the flour, quickly combine in the butter.
  3. Over medium heat, simmer the mixture for another minute after adding the salt and mustard. As the mixture comes to a rolling boil, whisk in the non-dairy milk and stir continuously.
  4. While the sauce continues to heat and thicken, for about 1 minute, stir it frequently and scrape the bottom of the pan. Discard after removing from heat.
  5. To coat an 8 by 8-inch baking dish, use vegetable spray. Add a couple of teaspoons of the milk and bechamel mixture to the dish's base.
  6. Add onions in a little sprinkle. In the dish's bottom, arrange the potatoes in an overlapping pattern. Sprinkle about a third of the onions.
  7. Over the potatoes, distribute ¼ of the béchamel evenly. In the same way, keep layering: Potatoes, onions, and béchamel are all together in this dish. Finish with a layer of potatoes and a final drizzle of bechamel.
  8. On a baking sheet with a rim, put the baking dish. Apply veggie spray to one side of a piece of tin foil. Before placing the potatoes in the hot oven, tent them with foil. For 45 minutes, set the timer.
  9. Reduce heat to 350°F and remove the tin foil after the timer goes off. Bake for a further 45 minutes.
  10. Before serving, allow it cool for 5–10 minutes.

Tiramisu With Coffee Ladyfingers

8. Tiramisu With Coffee Ladyfingers

This raw vegan tiramisu is no exception to the rule that raw sweets can amaze even doubters. Try this twist on a time-honoured, refined treat.

Prep time: 25 minutes | Cook time: 40 minutes | Total time: 65 minutes | Servings: 4

Ingredients For The Crust

  • Gluten-free oats or walnuts: 1 cup
  • Raisins: 1 cup
  • Cold-pressed coffee: 2 tablespoons

Ingredients For The Ladyfingers

  • Gluten-free oats: 1 cup
  • Dates: 1 cup
  • Vanilla extract: 1 teaspoon
  • Cold-pressed coffee: 2 tablespoons
  • Sea salt: 1 pinch.

Ingredients For The Vanilla Cream

  • Pine nuts or macadamia nuts: 2 cups
  • Water: 2 cups, as needed
  • Liquid coconut oil: ¼ cup
  • Coconut nectar: 3 tablespoons
  • Vanilla extract: 1 tablespoon
  • Soy lecithin: 3 teaspoons


  1. To make the crust, pulse the walnuts or oats into flour in a food processor. Once it starts to form a ball, add the coffee and raisins. In a lined bread pan, press firmly into the bottom—place in the fridge.
  2. First, grind the oats into flour in a food processor to prepare the ladyfingers. Then, add the remaining ingredients and pulse until the mixture comes together. Using the baking pan as a guide, shape the dough into ladyfingers, which are rectangular cookies.
  3. Use a dehydrator for 1-2 hours, or preheat your oven.
  4. The vanilla cream is made by blending all the ingredients until they are smooth and thick, like pudding, and then adding liquid as necessary.
  5. Lay half of this mixture on the crust, and then arrange your ladyfingers on top of the vanilla cream.
  6. Spread the remaining vanilla cream evenly over the top and place in the refrigerator or freezer for at least 24 hours.
  7. When the tiramisu is ready to be served, carefully remove it from the pan, sprinkle with cacao powder, and cut it into squares using a sharp knife.

Raw Tiramisu Mini Tarts

9. Raw Tiramisu Mini Tarts

These small tiramisu tarts are a decadent evening treat. They are creamy, chilled with a hint of coffee taste, and the best of both chocolate and vanilla. Their chocolatey crust is made of dates, Almonds, and cashews and topped with layers of creamy cashews.

Prep time: 15 minutes | Cook time: 35 minutes | Total time: 50 minutes | Servings: 12

Ingredients For The Chocolate Crust

  • Almonds: 1½ cups
  • Oats: ½ cup
  • Dates: ⅔ cup, soaked
  • Sea salt: ⅛ teaspoon
  • Vanilla extract: 1 teaspoon
  • Cocoa powder: 2 tablespoons
  • Maca powder: 1 teaspoon

Ingredients For The Chocolate Espresso Layer

  • Cashews, soaked in coffee overnight: 1½ cups
  • Coffee: 6 tablespoons
  • Vanilla extract: 1 teaspoon
  • Sea salt: ⅛ teaspoon
  • Coconut oil, melted: 2 tablespoon
  • Coconut butter: 1 tablespoon, melted
  • Cocoa powder: ¼ cup

Ingredients For The Vanilla Layer

  • Cashews: 1 cup, soaked in water overnight
  • Vanilla extract: 1 tablespoon
  • Sea salt: ⅛ teaspoon
  • Date: 1, soaked
  • Coconut oil: 2 tablespoons, melted
  • Coconut butter: 2 tablespoons, melted
  • Cinnamon: ¼ teaspoon
  • Almond milk: 6 tablespoons


  1. Make new coffee, at least 1 cup, and let it cool. Add 1.5 cups of cashews to the coffee, and let another cup soak in a cup of water overnight.
  2. Powder the almonds and oats in a high-speed blender.

Method To Make The Crust

  1. Soak the dates in warm water for 3 minutes to become mushy.
  2. Blend the remaining crust ingredients, including the soaked dates, in the blender until a “dough” ball forms.
  3. Use any small tart pan or three smaller 4-inch springform pans to push this dough into (the springform will make the tarts easier to remove later on).
  4. Rolling the leftover crust into balls and setting them in the refrigerator will produce bliss balls. Grab one or a couple for a fast energy boost in the middle of the day.
  5. While you finish the other layers, put the tart crusts in the freezer to solidify.

Method To Make The Chocolate Espresso Layer

  1. Until the mixture has a smooth and creamy texture, combine all the components at high speed. If your blender requires a little bit more liquid to start blending, add additional coffee by the tablespoon.
  2. After adding the crust layer to the tart pans, add this chocolate espresso layer on top.
  3. During the time it takes to prepare the vanilla, place the top layer back in the freezer to set.

Method To Make The Vanilla Layer

  1. Make sure to cleanse it between the layers after blending the ingredients for the vanilla layer in your high-speed blender (or make the vanilla layer before the chocolate).
  2. If your machine needs assistance blending it down, add a tablespoon at a time of almond milk to get it as creamy as the preceding layer.
  3. Your small tarts should have a smooth, smooth coating on top. The pastries must be thoroughly set overnight or in the freezer for 5 to 6 hours.
  4. Before serving, the tarts can defrost for up to 15 minutes or until they resemble an ice cream cake. After that, slice the cake into 12 equal pieces and sprinkle cocoa powder on top.

9 Best Vegan Father's Day Recipes


We have everything you need for a gorgeous vegan Father's Day spread if your dad is all about delectable plant-based meals and fresh vegetables.

Choose your favourite recipe, tell him to kick back and relax, and start to work on it. Don't forget to prepare something indulgent to serve as a dessert to round out your feast. Our decadent vegan party meals will surely impress your guests.

I trust you enjoyed this article about the 9 Best Vegan Father's Day Recipes. Please stay tuned for more blog posts to come shortly. Take care!




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