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These Vegan One-Pot Recipes Are Easy, Delicious, AND Full Of Cancer-Killing, Inflammation Fighting Power!


The public has become more aware of where the food on their dinner table came from. This awareness includes awareness of meat and animal products. There are numerous health issues that stem from eating factory farmed animal meat and animal products like eggs and dairy. This could be reason enough to stop consuming it all together. Others cut meat products from their diet for moral reasons. Whatever the case may be, going vegan has always been seen as a lot of work; a huge challenge to undertake. It’s thought that cooking vegan takes more time and energy than cooking with “regular” ingredients. I’m here to tell you, it doesn’t have to be such a challenge. Even if you just want to cut down on animal consumption, here are 17 vegan recipes you can simply cook in one pot.

17 Vegan One-Pot Recipes

5 Ingredient Sweet Potato Black Bean Chilli

This black bean chilli comes together in less than an hour, has only 5 ingredients and tastes amazing. Sweet potato is full of anti-inflammatory elements, while black beans are full of fiber, which helps lower total blood cholesterol and decrease risk of heart disease. Salsa is also filled with vitamin C, vitamin A, and Capsaicin; all of which lead to a healthier body and immune system.

Butternut Squash Ramen Bowl with Rice Noodles, Tofu & Fresh Pea Shoots

This recipe is super hearty and quick! The pea shoots are a great source of vitamin A, C, and folic acid. They’re also filled with protein. When you’re eating a meatless diet, it’s important to incorporate a healthy amount of protein. Butternut squash is low in fat and is full of fiber, which makes your heart really happy. It’s also a great source of potassium, which maintains bone health, and vitamin B6 which helps the nervous and immune systems.

Creamy Polenta & Mushrooms

Creamy mushroom polenta is great when craving cozy warm comfort food. Not only is polenta inexpensive (it used to be known as poorer people’s staple food but it’s now popular in Italy and other European countries), but it’s full of great nutrients! Eat some of this and you’ll get a lot of iron and vitamin A. Just be aware of which polenta you use, as some are better for you than others. Also, mushrooms are a great antioxidant and is filled with vitamin D, which helps inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Chickpea and Artichoke ‘Bliss in a Dish’ One-Pot Wonder


Potatoes are often tainted in a fryer, or filled with butter and salt making them horrible heart problems. However, when removing the extra fat, potatoes are a high fiber food that are actually heart healthy and help to protect against cancers.This recipe keeps potatoes in their place by only adding 1 tsp of olive oil for the entire dish. Enjoy guilt free!

African Peanut and Sweet Potato Stew

This recipe takes less than an hour, and boy is it tasty! The ginger in this recipe helps relieve digestive problems while reducing pain and inflammation. The leafy greens are filled with magnesium and low on the glycemic index which makes them amazing for people with type 2 diabetes. It has been found that an increase of 1 serving per day of green leafy vegetables was associated with a 9% lower risk of type 2 diabetes. Make this recipe often, and you’ll be waving goodbye to diabetes in your future!

Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca with Chickpeas & Artichoke

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This recipe takes a total of 25 minutes! If you say you have no time to cook vegan, you haven’t tried this recipe. The black olives in this recipe help with cancer prevention, skin and hair health, digestive tract health, and bone and connective tissue health. Olives are also a great source of iron, and great for eye health. Capers also help reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease! This whole pot is full of amazing healthy foods, and it’s as easy as turning on a pot.

Easy Creamy Tomato Barley Risotto


This incredibly creamy risotto uses yeast that naturally creamy texture without the need for any cheese or dairy whatsoever. The barley in this recipe is full of fiber which helps with regularity, lowering cholesterol, and protects your intestines. And if you just so happen to be a postmenopausal woman, the barley will provide significant cardiovascular benefits!

Easy Lentil, Sweet Potato & Coconut Curry

This recipe is full of the same sweet potato goodness as the first suggested recipe. This recipe is great because you can put it on anything you want (rice, couscous, quinoa etc). Curry is known for it’s cancer prevention properties, as well as protecting against heart disease, Alzheimer’s symptoms, inflammation, and it boosts bone health.  Curry also helps protect your immune system from bacterial infections and helps your liver remove toxins from your body. This easy recipe is full of amazing health benefits!

Vegan Eggplant Pasta

This recipe is best when served between August through October when eggplant is in season. Eggplant is brain food, and helps protect cell membranes from damage. Eggplant is also rich in antioxidant compounds that help prevent cancer, and reduce bad cholesterol. This dish is light, filling, fresh, and takes less than an hour to make.

Kale & Cannellini Bean Soup

This soup is great when you’re short for time; it only takes 30 minutes to make and keeps you full! Cannellini beans are low on the glycemic index which means they metabolize slowly, and provide energy for hours following consumption. This helps curb cravings for sweets later in the day. Little of the energy these beans provide is stored as fat, which keeps you and your body happy.

Aloo Gobi (Potato and Cauliflower)


Cauliflower helps fight cancer, boosts heart health, is an anti-inflammatory, is rich in vitamins and minerals, boosts brain health, and has great digestive benefits. This recipe is vegan and gluten free, and full of amazing ingredients that will keep your heart healthy. It also takes less than 45 minutes to make!

Cauliflower, Kale & Chickpea Curry

This recipe is full of chickpeas which help promote bone health, improve blood sugar levels in diabetics,  improve blood pressure, promote heart health, reduce bad cholesterol, and reduce risks of cancer and decreases tumor growth rates. Chickpeas also help with weight management and satiety, so if you’re eating green to look mean, this is the recipe for you.

Veggie and Soba Noodle Soup

Soba noodles (buckwheat noodles) decrease cholesterol, lower blood pressure, reduce fat accumulation, promote healthy bowel movements, and are in this amazing recipe! This soup is cozy and comforting after a long day. This soup is full of broccoli, bok choy, and red cabbage which are all notorious for their plethora of vitamins and nutrients. This soup will not disappoint. It also takes under 40 minutes to make. What not to love?

Mexican Casserole

This recipe is vegan, gluten-free and packed with flavor. The recipe takes a little over two hours, but the majority of the time it’s stewing. That means if you’re hanging around at home on the weekend, this is a great dinner option. Topped with avocado, a superfood filled with good fats, this dish is never a bad idea.




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Michelle Toole is the founder and head editor of Healthy Holistic Living. Learn all about her life's inspiration and journey to health and wellness.
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