When you’re in need of something satisfying, a vegan burrito is hard to beat.
The problem is, which one to choose? There are so many different recipes online it can become a little confusing, but fear not my plant-loving pals, these are the best burritos on the ‘net (and off it, for that matter!).
Enough talk, let’s get stuck into the first recipe on our list…
- Speedy & Spicy Chili Bean Burritos from The Veg Space
- The Ultimate Vegan Protein Burrito from Blissful Basil
- The Ultimate Vegan Breakfast Burrito from Lauren Caris Cooks
- Jackfruit Burritos from Discover Delicious
- Cheat Night Vegan Burritos from Eaten by Sam
- Lazy Sweet Potato Burrito from So Vegan
- Make-Ahead Kale and Sweet Potato Burrito from Ceara’s Kitchen
- Healthy Vegan Burrito Recipe from Beauty Bites
- Vegan BBQ Chickpea Wrap from Emilie Eats
- Easy Vegan Bean Burritos from VegKitchen
- Guacamole Burrito with Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes and Black Beans from Savory Tooth
- Which is your favorite plant-based burrito?
Speedy & Spicy Chili Bean Burritos from The Veg Space
Making use of canned refried beans and quick-cooking Mexican rice, this vegan burrito recipe is as fast as it is tasty. With the addition of guacamole, either pre-made or homemade, fresh cherry tomatoes, pickled jalapenos (if you like it spicy) and a sprinkle of cilantro, food blogger Kate has created a recipe that’s fast, easy, and nutritious.
Check it out over at her blog, The Veg Space.
The Ultimate Vegan Protein Burrito from Blissful Basil
Who said that delicious food and healthy food have to be mutually exclusive? This burrito lives up to its name with 22 grams of protein, loads of fiber, healthy fats, and other nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. Winning!
Quinoa takes the place of the traditional rice, kale adds an unexpected twist, and healthy dollops of pico de gallo and homemade guacamole provide a burst of flavor, freshness, and texture.
Find the recipe for the Ultimate Vegan Protein Burrito at Ashley’s blog, Blissful Basil.
The Ultimate Vegan Breakfast Burrito from Lauren Caris Cooks
Food blogger Lauren Caris brings us her recipe for a vegan breakfast burrito so good, even meat-eaters will want it in on it! This plant-based burrito definitely proves that you don’t need eggs or other animal products in order to have a satisfying and filling breakfast.
Seitan makes a perfect bacon substitute, and scrambled chickpeas provide a vegan egg substitute that’s as protein-filled as the real thing. A sprinkling of green beans, avocado, tomato, and any other vegetables you want adds freshness and crunch to this wonderful wrap.
Find the recipe at Lauren’s blog, Lauren Caris Cooks.
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Jackfruit Burritos from Discover Delicious
Jackfruit is the vegan answer to pulled pork. This Asian fruit doesn’t have a lot of flavor on its own, but it soaks up sauces and marinades like a dream, and shreds into a texture almost identical to the ever-popular barbecue meat.
Meat eaters won’t even notice the difference, so this is the perfect recipe to serve to a group of mixed vegans and meat-eaters, aid a transition to veganism, or simply mix up a meat-eating diet.
Here, Michael Kitson shreds jackfruit and cooks it in a barbecue sauce, mixing it with Mexican rice, black beans, guacamole, and pico de gallo for a burrito that’s filling, fresh, and tasty.
Find the recipe at his blog, Discover Delicious.
Cheat Night Vegan Burritos from Eaten by Sam
Sam, of the eponymous blog Eaten by Sam, serves up a vegan burrito recipe that’s so simple to make you won’t believe it tastes as good as it does. And, since it uses a few pre-made ingredients, it’s the perfect healthy recipe for busy weeknights.
So, instead of ordering in, make this healthy, filling, protein- and fiber-filled burrito in half the time. A chipotle cream sauce made with vegan cream really ties the rice, beans, and vegan meat together with its creamy, smoky flavor.
Find Sam’s Cheat Night Vegan Burritos at his blog, Eaten by Sam.
Lazy Sweet Potato Burrito from So Vegan
This is another burrito that’s perfect for a busy night.
Vegan food blogger Roxy Pope combines sweet potatoes, peppers, and black beans on a baking tray for a hands-off, no-extra-dishes-to-clean meal. Her cashew sour cream adds creaminess, and kale adds a savory, bitter green crunch that is to die for.
The filling ingredients can be prepped while the sweet potatoes, peppers, and black beans bake, which makes this a quick and easy meal that doesn’t sacrifice nutrition.
Find the recipe for this Lazy Sweet Potato Burrito over at So Vegan
Make-Ahead Kale and Sweet Potato Burrito from Ceara’s Kitchen
Food blogger Ceara whips together the classic combination of kale and sweet potatoes for a burrito that can be made ahead and frozen for quick and easy future meals.
Filled with spicy green chiles, avocados, and a three-bean blend, these burritos are a must-make if you lead a busy lifestyle. Invest an hour in cooking and assembling a whole batch of these, and enjoy them for weeks to come.
You can find Ceara’s incredibly easy Make-Ahead Kale and Sweet Potato Burritos at her wonderful blog, Ceara’s Kitchen.
Healthy Vegan Burrito Recipe from Beauty Bites
This burrito is jam-packed with healthy ingredients, but without going overboard.
A mix of kidney beans, carrot, broccoli, tomatoes, onions, and spinach makes for a veggie-filled burrito that provides loads of vitamins, nutrients, and all-important fiber.
Avocados would be a delicious addition, and Stella (the recipe’s creator) gives you a few extra ingredient ideas you can pile on if you so wish. Stella wraps her filling in whole-wheat tortillas, but she notes that you could wrap them in lettuce instead if you’re avoiding carbs.
Find Stella’s brilliant recipe for a Healthy Vegan Burrito over at her blog, Beauty Bites.
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Vegan BBQ Chickpea Wrap from Emilie Eats
Barbecue sauce and chickpeas are a match made in heaven, but Emile stuffs these chickpea-based wraps with a variety of tasty vegetables, too.
Canned chickpeas and your favorite readymade barbecue sauce make these a pinch to whip up, and they’re the perfect healthy lunch to pack for work or school.
Emilie suggests adding celery, bell pepper, corn, and cucumber, but these barbecue chickpea wraps would be perfect with any vegetables inside. Just don’t skip the vegan ranch sauce, as it truly ties the flavors together!
Check out Emilie’s blog, Emilie Eats, for the recipe.
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Easy Vegan Bean Burritos from VegKitchen
You simply can’t go wrong with a classic bean burrito, and Nava’s recipe is quick, simple, and packed full of healthy goodness.
Cumin gives the pinto beans an earthy richness, and fresh chili peppers add a spicy kick. Vegan cheddar adds a sharp, creamy richness to these burritos, and your favorite vegetables – Nava suggests salsa, lettuce, and black olives – will give these burritos freshness and crunch.
Head over to VegKitchen for the recipe now.
Guacamole Burrito with Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes and Black Beans from Savory Tooth
Avocados are the undisputed star in this burrito from food blogger Julia.
Roasting grape tomatoes caramelizes them and brings out their natural sweetness, while the balsamic glaze adds all the flavor of balsamic vinegar with none of the mouth-puckering sourness. The tomatoes are then carefully folded into a rich homemade guacamole along with some black beans, then lovingly folded into a tortilla. What’s not to like?
Find this amazing recipe at Savory Tooth.
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Which is your favorite plant-based burrito?
Have you fallen in love with one of these beautiful burritos? Maybe you have a recipe we haven’t featured here? Either way, I want to hear from you. Drop me a comment below and let’s talk burrito!
About The Author:
Lisa Williams is a committed vegan, passionate animal welfare advocate, and keen follower of too many v-friendly food blogs to mention. She started happyhappyvegan.com back in 2016 because she felt there was a need for more straightforward information on plant-based living.
Back then, too many sites seem to either concentrate solely on recipes or be too intimidating or inaccessible for the v-curious, and she wanted to change that. The landscape is certainly a whole lot different now!