Easy, Kid-Friendly Vegan Dinner Recipes that will Put the Spice Back in Dinnertime

By Inhabitots

Has your dinner recipe rotation grown stale? It's easy to get in a cooking rut, especially when you're crunched for time on busy school nights --and branching out can be daunting -- but these tried and true, kid-approved vegan dinners will put the spice back in mealtime. Slow cookers aren't just for making meat. Go meatless with these10 delicious vegan slow cooker dishes. Who doesn't have leftover pasta lurking in their fridge? Turn those noodles into this delicious spaghetti cake . Love pasta dishes but you're avoiding carbs? Whip up this carb free faux-pasta zucchini lasagna! Replace the rice in risotto with nutrient rich quinoa and make some vegan wild mushroom 'quinotto.' Last minute dinner guests? Kids and adults alike will devour this simple yet sophisticated lemon herb spaghetti that you can make in less than 10 minutes . For the ultimate comfort food, serve up thishearty vegan Irish stew. Put a fun spin on polenta by making multicolored polenta shapes with tomato salsa .Depending on your appetite, this roasted caramelized butternut squash with sage can be a healthy side or main dish. Visit www.inhabitots.com for many more vegan recipes from main dishes to desserts that are sure to please your whole family.

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