8 Easy Plant-Based Recipes for a Labor Day Celebration
Honor the work of American laborers with a delicious plant-based community meal.
Labor Day, an American holiday celebrating the American workforce and the labor movement that led to shortened workdays and safer work environments, falls this Monday, September 6th. It’s also regarded by many as the official end of summer. Whether you have the day off or want to celebrate over the weekend, it’s the perfect opportunity to do one last summer grill sesh. These 8 plant-based recipes are sure to impress your friends, family, and loved ones.
Grilled Veggie Skewers with Chimichurri Sauce
This recipe from the Minimalist Baker is a classic for a reason, and the dipping sauce adds a fun twist.
Easy Plant-based Macaroni Salad
Another summer classic made without eggs, cheese, and mayonnaise by It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken.
Summer Picnic Salad With Blueberries and Plant-Based Feta
What meal is complete without a salad option? This one from the First Mess is sure to satiate
Herbed Plant-Based Potato Salad
This dish from Rainbow Plant Life is a classic made without eggs or mayonnaise.
Homemade Plant-based Burger
The Minimalist Baker turns the ultimate grill dish plant-based and gluten-free.
Grilled Tofu Skewers With Peanut Sauce
If you’re not a fan of burgers, try this recipe from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken.
Meat-Free Italian Seitan Sausages
Another entrée from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken.
What’s a meal without dessert? This juicy plant-based crisp recipe comes from Love & Lemons. For best results, serve with vanilla oat milk ice cream.
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Hungry for more? Check out these 15 plant-based foods that pack more protein than a beef burger. And be sure to join the movement of people committed to helping the planet, their health, and countless animals by eating more plant-based foods and only consuming meat from small family farms. Get started by joining Meating Halfway, a 21-day journey that’ll guide you towards eating less meat.