Living most of my life in the Midwest, grilling was a summer thing. But it doesn’t have to be! And now that I’m in Louisiana, I can grill outside about 95% of the year. If you’re living in climate with a real winter, though, these vegetarian grill recipes are easy to do on an indoor grill or in the oven.
Other Vegetarian Recipes (Off the Grill)
Sometimes when you’re having a gathering, a combo of grilled and nongrilled recipes can be best for two reasons:
- There’s only so much room – so tackling some things outside and some in the kitchen can make it easier, especially if you have people to help.
- Not the same if you have a gas grill, but if you have a charcoal grill and you’re cooking six different dishes it can take FOR -EV- ER. As in hours. Trust me, I’ve made this mistake.
So here are things you can have prepared ahead of time or prep in the kitchen while other things are grilling:
- Vegetarian Pasta Salad: Healthy Greek Yogurt Version
- Healthy Burger Sauce with Greek Yogurt
- Vegetarian Swedish Meatballs in the Slow Cooker
- Creamy Baked Mac and Cheese (Without Egg)
- “Meaty” Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili
Vegetarian Grill Recipes
Epic Fajitas Portobello Mushroom Burger
Portobello mushrooms are marinated in a fajita spice mix and layered with guacamole, salsa, nacho cheese sauce, and spicy fajita veggies.
Beyond This World Vegan Sausage Skewers
These vegan sausage skewers are so meaty you won’t even be able to tell the difference!
This version of a family favorite reduces the fat without impacting the flavor. Plus, it only takes four easy ingredients!
Meltingly soft, sweet grilled nectarines that magically create their own buttery, caramel-y sauce while cooking. A simple yet decadent grilled vegan dessert!
Orange Tahini Grilled Tofu
This easy recipe includes tahini with the bright flavor of oranges and ginger. This quick meal can also be cooked on an indoor electric grill.
Street Corn with Garlic Feta Butter
This simple recipe is a fun spin on traditional street corn and is smothered in a garlic and feta herbed butter.
Grilled Italian Zucchini with Lemon
This recipe uses minimal ingredients and takes under 25 minutes to make.
Grilled Tofu Skewers
Serve up these tofu kebabs for lunch, dinner or even as a party appetizer for entertaining guests.
These healthy homemade veggie burgers are packed full of protein, fiber and flavor (and chili beans.)
The flavor from the grill, plus that perfect smokey taste from smoked paprika kicks this recipe a kick!
This grilled pineapple is fresh, easy and delicious! Made with fresh pineapple, it's a simple dessert with just four ingredients thats on the table in 20 minutes.
BBQ Walnut Chickpea Veggie Burgers
Healthy, easy, and delicious -- these hearty, filling, vegan, gluten free burgers can be pan-fried or grilled.
Grilled Paneer Tikka And Vegetables
The infused spices and tanginess of yogurt combined with the smoky flavor from charcoal grilling will surely make you drool.
Grilled Avocado Stuffed with Veggie Quinoa
This salad is oh so simple, but full of veggie and oh so satisfying.
Grilled Watermelon Salad
Sweet, colorful, and fresh Grilled Watermelon Salad with feta and blueberries is ready in under 20 minutes and makes an easy side dish for celebrations or every day.
Grilled Parmesan Garlic Tomatoes
These are the perfect unique light dish! They're an easy-to-make, fast, gluten free appetizer or side ... proving that everything's better with grill marks and cheese!
Vegan Carrot Hot Dogs
Change up your grilling routine with these Vegan Carrot Hot Dogs. They are so easy to make - just steam, marinate & grill them up to perfection!
Spinach Salad with Grilled Grapes and Brie
This recipe combines the ultimate contrast of flavors. With the sweetness of grapes paired with salty brie and crunchy toasted almonds, you will be in salad heaven.
Grilled Pizza with Mozzarella & Arugula
Low carb grilled pizza dough topped with a creamy herb sauce, baby arugula, tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and a balsamic reduction? Yes! This easy recipe is low carb, keto, gluten free, grain free, and sugar free.
What do ya think?