10. Spring Rolls or Summer Rolls | 9. Mediterranean Chickpea Salad | 8. Vegan Lettuce Wraps | 7. Chickpea Avocado Wraps | 6. Black Bean Tacos | 5. Moroccan Couscous Salad | 4. Tabbouleh | 3. Watermelon Gazpacho | 2. Chickpea Avocado Sandwich | 1. Three-Bean Salad
It's summer and the last thing you want to do is turn on the stove or oven and cook.
We have good news for you. You can get so many nutrients from food without having to use a pot, pan or oven.
We've got the perfect raw vegan recipes that will nourish your body and refresh your mind.
Today we are sharing 10 non-cook vegan meals and ideas to help you keep your cool all summer long.
Fresh spring rolls or summer rolls made with peanut sauce, mint, cilantro, bell pepper, mango, carrots,and beets are a must in any rotation of non cook meals.
Choose the fruits and veggies you like most, roll them up in rice paper and serve with freshly-made peanut ginger sauce.
These rolls are delicious, eminently customizable and gluten-free.
This salad is healthy, hearty and made with only ten ingredients - a perfect side or main, it's packed with fiber and plant protein.
These lettuce wraps are easy to make, fun to look at and even tastier than they look.
They can be made with about three cups total of any vegetables that you like.
Just roll them up into a lettuce leaf and whip up a dressing recipe in your food processor or shake it up in a mason jar.
They are low-carb and gluten-free too.
These wraps with quinoa and black beans are perfect if you're looking for a healthy meal.
These are a forever perfect vegan lunch or quick dinner.
Vegan chickpea avocado wraps require no cooking and are totally delicious, easy to make and even easier to eat.
Filled with onions, red pepper, chickpeas and avocado, the chickpea avocado salad is great on its own or in a wrap -- very versatile as far as meal prep recipes go.
This is one recipe that is a hit with vegans and non-vegans alike.
These tacos are based around the simple can of black beans combined with tropical mango, quick stove-top charred poblano pepper, red onion, cilantro and a hint of sea salt and lime.
The basic legume is elevated to a ceviche-type plant-based taco that is sweet, crunchy, bright and a bit smoky from the peppers' char.
This recipe takes only minutes to make and is flavorful and delicious.
Fun to make, pleasing to the eye and exceptionally tasty - this couscous salad is one of those recipes you want to add to your arsenal and keep it there.
The mix of the couscous, chickpeas,and vegetables, make it good enough to be eaten as a balanced meal in itself.
Chickpeas not only add a wonderful flavor and texture to this Moroccan salad, but they are also a good source of vegetable protein and important vitamins and minerals including calcium and folate.
Tabbouleh is a very popular Middle Eastern recipe. This salad consists of bulgur, scallions, parsley, mint and lemon juice. It's fresh, delicious and very healthy.
This Syrian dish is easy to make and is full of cucumber, tomatoes and lots of herbs.
It's great on its own, as a side or in pita bread.
The original gazpacho soup is a traditional Spanish dish. It is a no-cook, cold soup focusing on the fresh sweet taste of ripe tomatoes.
The watermelon adds a refreshing fruit flavor to offset the taste of the tomatoes.
Cold soups are close to perfection - no heat, no cooking; just a quick whirl in the blender and a bit of chill time to allow the flavors to intermingle, and you have yourself one stellar summer soup without the need to cook!
The chickpea avocado sandwich couldn't be faster or easier.
Chickpeas and avocados are a winning combination.
You can customize it with any vegetables you would like.
Radishes, cucumbers, grated carrots or grated jicama would all be nice additions, and of course load it up with fresh herbs like dill, basil, cilantro, or Italian parsley.
This recipe uses the same base as our chickpea wrap (hello meal-prep efficiency!).
In addition to putting it on bread, you could try the recipe over zucchini noodles for some variety.
It's a great vegan dinner for days you don't want to cook.
It's a mix of green beans, white beans, kidney beans, onion, sugar, vinegar, vegetable oil, salt, pepper, and celery.
This classic white bean salad recipe is a favorite side dish at parties. Use fresh beans if you can find them.
Canned beans are easy and convenient and work just as well.
This recipe is comforting, protein-rich and easy to put together with pantry ingredients.
Not one of these recipes requires you to cook, ensuring that you won't spend the whole day laboring in the kitchen.
After all, you have better things to do with your time than cook!
As a bonus, raw vegetables are more nutrient-dense and energy-rich than cooked vegetables, so you don't even have to feel guilty about this short-cut.
Easy vegan no cook recipes are good for your mental health and your physical health, and will keep you energized for all those summer activities awaiting you outside!
A vegan freelance web designer and blog writer based out of Austin, Texas USA.
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