Even the most organized of vegans have to rely on convenience foods when schedules go awry. But that doesn’t mean suffering through tasteless meals that come out of a package. In fact, there are many mouthwatering frozen vegan dinners that may even tempt you to hang up your apron more often. If you haven’t yet sunk your fork into the following vegan frozen dinners, you’re in a for a tasty surprise.
Really good Pad Thai is teeming with vegetables, tender noodles, and an attention-getting sauce. Tandoor Chef’s vegan Pad Thai is everything you could want and more, featuring tangy spice stir fried noodles, vegetables, tofu, tamarind, and ground peanuts. At 490 calories and 10 grams of protein per entree, this convenient dinner will fill you up.
We love Kashi’s blend of seven whole grains and sesame, a star ingredient in many of the company’s products. It is the whole grain goodness in their Mayan Harvest Bake, which is a delectable melange of roasted sweet potato, black beans, kale, plantains, pumpkin seeds, and a spicy ancho sauce. It delivers 340 calories, 9 grams of protein, and a whopping 8 grams of fiber per entree.
If you’re craving Mexican but don’t have the time or energy to make your own Mexican meal, the put this vegan frozen dinner on your must-eat list. Made with organic masa, black beans, brown rice, a variety of colorful vegetables, and spicy peppers, this entree comes in at 330 calories, 12 grams of fiber, and 7 grams of protein.
Toast your buns, slather with your favorite condiments, and nestle one of these tasty vegan burgers in between. Made with soy, they come in at 100 calories, 12 grams of protein, and 4 grams of fiber. Not quite as fast and easy as an all-in-one frozen dinner, they are still more convenient than mixing up your own vegan burger recipe.