With the rise in veganism, it is no surprise that there are more vegan recipes out there than ever, with many of them incorporating a range of ingredients to cater to all tastes.
Spaghetti squash is a particularly popular veggie that can easily be made into a range of vegan-friendly dishes and in this article, we are going to be looking at fifteen different vegan spaghetti squash recipes that are as inventive as they are delicious!
As well as being vegan, this particular spaghetti squash recipe- featuring artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach-, is also low in carbs, paleo-friendly, and keto-friendly, making for an incredibly versatile dish that is well suited to a wide range of diets.
This creamy yet healthy dish only needs a few ingredients, too!
As well as those aforementioned veggies, you will also need roasted spaghetti squash, full-fat canned coconut milk, dried parsley, garlic, and some salt and pepper.
If you are a fan of the earthy flavor of mushrooms and want to use them in your vegan spaghetti squash, then this next recipe is sure to be a treat.
Blending the woodiness of mushrooms with the natural taste of kale, this recipe can be paired with some vegan Parmesan cheese and/or red pepper flakes for a bit of extra flavor.
Don’t forget to add a dash of salt and black pepper for taste too!
Combining the best of spaghetti squash with chili in a vegan-free, grain-free, and gluten-free dish, these chili-stuffed spaghetti squash bowls are a must-try thanks to their delicious nature and their creativity.
The chili is vegan-friendly thanks to being a two-bean vegetable kind of chili, but it is just as hearty as meat-based chili and equally warming in cold weather.
Pinto beans and black beans are the best beans for use in this dish, whilst the veggie in the dish include onions, bell pepper, and fire-roasted tomatoes.
The addition of chili powder also gives the dish a warming kick and a burst of spice.
This next recipe is the perfect spaghetti squash dish for those looking for a healthier alternative to pasta, particularly lasagna.
This is a vegan and gluten-free treat that features your own homemade vegan ricotta cheese as well as tomato sauce.
You will also need slivered almonds, unsweetened plant milk, nutritional yeast, dried parsley, lemon juice, basil, salt, unsweetened and plain, non-dairy yogurt, spaghetti squash, olive oil, garlic, and extra firm tofu to make your spaghetti squash lasagna.
Another creative recipe when it comes to vegan spaghetti squash, these pizza-stuffed spaghetti squashes feature a tasty twist on pizza mozzarella: homemade cashew mozzarella!
The recipe is free of soy and gluten as well as paleo-friendly too, making for another versatile choice of a spaghetti squash recipe.
If you are longing for pizza but want to maintain your vegan diet, then this pizza stuffed spaghetti squash is definitely the choice for you.
The combination of pesto, spinach, and artichoke in this spaghetti squash bowl recipe makes for a delicious and vegan-friendly dinner choice.
The roasted spaghetti squashes are stuffed with tasty and marinated artichoke hearts and spinach pesto, making for a dish that is gluten and grain free as well as vegan.
The best vegan alternative to the Italian blend cheese element of the dish is either plain vegan cheese or cashew Parmesan.
Kale often gets a bad rap as a boring veggie, but there is so much that can be done with the ingredient to create an amazing vegan-friendly dish, such as this spaghetti squash dish.
Along with kale, the dish also includes chickpeas and sun-dried tomatoes, as well as lemon and rosemary to make everything all the more flavorful.
A pinch of chili flakes can also add a spicy burst of flavor that combines well with the other ingredients in the recipe.
Hearty and wholesome, this lentil bolognese is perfect to be served over some roasted spaghetti squash boats to make for the perfect plant-based and gluten-free dinner.
The great thing about this recipe is that the lentil bolognese is packed full of flavorful Italian tastes, all of which blend well with the nutty undertones of the spaghetti squash.
This is definitely one of the more creative recipes on our list, taking the spaghetti squash and turning it into a vegan-friendly pie!
This spaghetti squash pie is made friendly for vegan consumption by replacing regular mozzarella with vegan mozzarella and also by changing the egg and ricotta mixture for cashew ricotta, which adds a beautiful richness whilst also binding the pie and allowing it to absorb more moisture from the spaghetti squash noodles.
You can also add in some vegan protein by creating a simple, two-ingredient lentil marinara sauce.
Italian-inspired but still vegan-friendly and low in carbs, this pasta-like dish is a must-try for vegans looking for some new recipes to try.
The spaghetti squash in the dish is cooked and then combined with a flavorsome sun-dried tomato sauce before everything is baked until golden brown.
There is plenty of garlic and spinach to be found in the spaghetti squash bake too, making for another hearty and warming dish to enjoy on a winter evening.
This is certainly one of the more unique recipes on this list, and definitely not the first thing you might think of when it comes to a spaghetti squash recipe!
The inclusion of spaghetti squash combined with the softness of the cake batter makes for a great combination of textures, whilst the cinnamon spice offers a warming and delicious taste.
This is all packed within a vegan-friendly recipe so that everyone can enjoy it as a dessert or as a snack cake.
Looking for a spaghetti squash dish that offers a range of aromatic, Asian flavors? Then this is the recipe for you.
This creamy dish is able to be served hot or cold and is chock-full of flavor whilst being vegan and gluten-free.
The veggies included as well as spaghetti squash are green onions, red, orange, and yellow bell peppers, purple cabbage, and shredded carrots, whilst the sauce features salt, coconut aminos, almond butter or tahini, sesame oil, garlic powder, chili garlic sauce, chili flakes, and lime juice.
The inclusion of vegan meatballs in this recipe is sure to be an appealing one for those looking for a particularly hearty spaghetti squash recipe.
The meatballs themselves are made from Beyond Meat Burger meat as well as garlic, oregano, basil, parsley, smoked paprika, lentils, cauliflower, red pepper flakes, and black pepper and salt, so you don’t have to worry about them lacking flavor!
The spaghetti squash noodles also make for a low-carb and gluten-free alternative to regular pasta.
The homemade broccoli pumpkin seed pesto in this recipe makes for an excellent accompaniment to the nutty flavors of the spaghetti squash, creating a delicious savory vegan dish.
The pesto itself has a tasty flavor, combining the freshness of broccoli with the fall flavors and crunchiness of pumpkin seeds.
You only need a few ingredients for this recipe, those being spaghetti squash, raw pumpkin seeds, a large crown of broccoli- chopped into florets- olive oil, sea salt and garlic. Sprinkle on some vegan Parmesan cheese to finish the dish off.
Last but not least, this vegan creamy pesto spaghetti squash bake is another delicious vegan spaghetti squash recipe, combining basil pesto with silky cashew cream and crispy panko breadcrumbs to make for an excellent replication of a pasta bake.
The cashew pesto cream is the star of the show here, making for a rich and creamy accompaniment to the spaghetti squash.
It also helps to create a combination of textures thanks to pairing it with the panko breadcrumbs.
As well as your spaghetti squash, you’ll also need pesto, plant milk, nutritional yeast, flour, panko, salt, and raw cashews to make this dish.
So there you have fifteen delicious spaghetti squash recipes that are vegan-friendly.
No matter what your particular tastes and dietary restrictions might be, you are sure to find a spaghetti squash recipe that you are sure to enjoy here due to just how versatile they are!