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Eating a plant-based diet has proven benefits, and you can enjoy vegetarian dishes even if you only practice meatless eating for a couple of days every week. Sometimes it’s nice to have a light meal that isn’t heavy with meat, and leftovers from these vegetarian recipes make great workday lunches.
With a few minutes of preparation and the push of a button, we can have delicious vegetarian crock pop recipes ready to go in no time at all.
The magic happens when we get home after a long day and smell our vegetarian crockpot recipe when we walk in the door.
Whether we are feeding our families with our vegetarian Crock Pot recipes or serving our friends a tasty meal, a vegetarian slow cooker recipe on this list is ready to get to work for you.
To bring some super healthy sweet potatoes and high-quality protein into your life, this spicy slow cooker chili featuring chickpeas will be a winner for your family.
The smoky chipotle flavor is sublime, and when you top it off with some chopped avocado and cilantro, it’s completely delish.
This recipe looks spicier than it actually is because as it sits in the fridge, it begins to mellow. Also, you can control how much adobo sauce you put into it.
Need to make it a lot tamer? Just omit the chipotle altogether.
When you’re looking for vegetarian meal ideas that are both gluten-free and low-carb, you can safely reach for spaghetti squash.
Spaghetti squash is an excellent alternative to pasta or noodles and they’re just as delicious.
Having a vegan slow cooker recipe for making spaghetti squash is handy, and the best thing is that you can cook the squash whole right in your slow cooker.
Once your squash is finished cooking, you can serve this up with your choice of sauces or eat it plain with some simple herbs and olive oil.
Because sweet potatoes are naturally high in fiber, valuable antioxidants, and vitamin C, it’s always great when you can include them in vegetarian meals.
Besides being superfoods, sweet potatoes are also super nutritious, so they’re a win/win.
With a stew that’s full of carrots, chunky potatoes, spinach, and diced tomatoes, you’re packing a lot of nutrition in one steaming bowl every time you make this vegetarian meal.
When you cook this stew, you’re also adding some Eastern Mediterranean flavor to your weekly menu. What’s not to love?
One of the most classic and well-known soups in the world is minestrone.
For many people, their first experience with minestrone was when they ate it at Olive Garden or other Italian restaurants.
However, it’s easy to make minestrone at home. It’s delightfully simple to cook right in your Crock-Pot at home.
This particular recipe is loaded with lots of healthy vegetables like zucchini and spinach, making it as hearty as stew.
Also, it’s full of protein thanks to the traditional great northern beans and beautiful dark red kidney beans.
Are there people in the world who don’t love mashed potatoes? Probably, but we sure don’t know any.
One thing about mashed potatoes is that they’re a bit time-consuming to cook. Although we can’t help you peel potatoes any faster, we can offer you some advice for making it easier to cook them.
Just put them in your slow cooker, push a button, and go!
Won’t it be nice to not have to deal with all of that scalding hot water?
You can vary this recipe to make it perfect for your family.
If you’re looking for a slow cooker soup that is more like a stew, this creamy tortellini spinach soup made in your slow cooker is sure to please.
Rich and hearty, this vegetarian stew will comfort anyone on a cold day.
The stew is brimming with vegetable broth, tomatoes, spinach, tortellini, and cheese, and it’s so creamy that you will think you’re in heaven.
Have meat-eaters in your house? No problem. Just add some browned sausage to their pot.
A touch of parmesan cheese is the secret to making this vegetarian soup recipe go over the top.
Some folks have noticed that country singing superstar Garth Brooks isn’t as lean as he used to be.
That doesn’t surprise us one bit because we know that he’s been eating his wife Trisha Yearwood’s delicious country cooking.
There are tons of recipes for macaroni and cheese out there and even quite a few that can be made in a slow cooker. However, this crock pot recipe beats them all, in our opinion.
This mac and cheese is gooey and creamy and best of all, cooked in a slow cooker.
The recipe calls for cooked pasta, but you can actually use uncooked pasta to make this. Easy!
Once again, the humble lentil comes to the rescue to serve up some tasty Tex-Mex food.
Who said tacos are reserved for ground beef? Slow cooker lentil tacos are just what you need for Taco Tuesday.
To make your taco night extra special, be sure to make your tacos with tortillas that you brown your comal. It’s just as easy as reaching for those crispy store-bought shells at the grocery store.
For authenticity, serve these tacos with chopped onion and diced cilantro. Don’t forget the lime wedges!
Serve these up with some salsa and diced avocado to make for a memorable evening.
If there’s one thing you can count on that most people will eat, it’s Tex-Mex food like nachos and tacos.
But what about fajitas? For some reason, this delicious recipe is made less frequently at home.
When it comes to vegetarian recipes, fajitas may not be the first thing that springs to mind. However, these veggie fajitas have all of the familiar fajita flavors we’ve all grown to know and love.
Seasoned with paprika, coriander, bell pepper, and chili powder, you can cook enough of these to feed just yourself or your kid’s baseball team, all in one slow cooker.
How does cooking up a bunch of superfoods in a pot sound to you?
This recipe for sweet potato black bean pumpkin chili can feed a crowd if you double it, and it’s so full of stick-to-your-ribs foods that they won’t even miss the meat.
To make it extra easy, this recipe calls for canned pumpkin, canned black beans (drained and rinsed), and canned tomatoes.
The spices to make this chili are the usual chili spices like chili powder, cumin, and garlic. However, it also has cinnamon, which gives it a thoroughly Latin flavor.
One thing about cooking a vegetarian slow cooker meal is that you have to get creative with spices.
Particularly if you’re cooking for a family, people can get burnt out on the same old vegetarian recipes.
Fortunately, it’s easy to find creative meal ideas from all over the world.
Tagine is a Moroccan stew that is traditionally made in a clay pot and flavored with dried apricots, cinnamon, and maple syrup.
The good news is that you don’t have to cook this delicious and interesting stew in a clay pot. You can cook up this wonder right in your slow cooker.
When Meatless Monday rolls around, it’s time to get creative with your vegetarian recipes.
This wondrous slow cooker vegetarian chili is just what your family needs on a cold evening after a long day (or week) at work and school.
The recipe calls for two types of canned beans, but you can get creative and add some canned red beans or navy beans to make it even more wholesome.
The chipotle chili in adobo sauce sends this chili recipe over the moon and back, and the chopped green chilies give it even more of a kick.
It’s hard to believe that you can make a deliciously creamy risotto in the slow cooker with almost zero stirring, isn’t it?
Well, you can, and we’re here for it.
Usually, one thing you can count on when cooking risotto is frequent stirring. Also, you usually have to stir it immediately.
However, this recipe throws those two rules out of the window.
It just doesn’t get much simpler than this.
This recipe uses asparagus, but of course, you can substitute nearly any vegetable that you fancy.
One of the best ways to add bountiful protein to your vegetarian meals is by infusing them with loads of beans and tasty legumes.
Lentils aren’t exactly the most exciting bean in the world, but that’s one of the things that makes them so marvelous.
When you cook with lentils, you essentially have a fairly bland food that takes on the flavors of the spices you add to the pot.
For this recipe, you don’t even have to pre-cook your lentils. And the root vegetables, tomatoes, and spices make this a special dish indeed.
Enchiladas are a Tex-Mex favorite and their popularity has grown all over the world.
It can be time-consuming to make enchiladas, so why not layer all of the ingredients up to make this splendid casserole? It’s a shortcut you will never regret taking.
Layered with corn tortillas, hearty black beans, cheese, and tomatoes, this healthy dinner is as easy to prepare and cook as it is tasty.
To make this even easier, use canned black beans. Be sure to drain them and rinse them, allowing them to dry before adding them to the pot.
You don’t have to have beef to make stroganoff.
Honestly, what we love most about stroganoff isn’t the beef. It’s the creamy sauce and mushrooms, right?
This vegetarian recipe delivers both of those in spades!
Even better, this vegan recipe by itself is not just a vegan crockpot recipe, but it’s also soy-free and can even be gluten-free if you want to serve it that way.
And here’s the best part: you don’t need heavy cream to make this vegetarian stroganoff. It gets its creaminess from canned coconut milk.
When it comes to protein-packed vegetarian soup, few dishes are as pleasing as a simple black bean soup.
To round this dish out as a full meal, you can also serve it with some white or brown rice.
You can easily make this soup with dry black beans, but there’s nothing wrong with using canned black beans if you need to do that.
Before serving it, make sure you have some sour cream on hand to dollop onto the top of the soup after you serve it up in bowls.
Potato soup is so filling that you will almost forget that it’s a vegetarian meal.
For this reason, a big old pot of potato soup is perfect for families who have carnivores and vegetarians.
How to satisfy the meat-eaters in your life? Just serve this with some crispy bacon bits on the side. Just don’t forget the cheese.
Be sure to serve this classic recipe with chopped scallions to make it super special.
Here’s the best part: this soup freezes very well, so you can save some up for a busy weeknight.
This delicious slow cooker vegan chili cheese dip is just another example of the versatility of the amazing lentil.
When you whip this dip up for Super Bowl Sunday, your crowd won’t even miss the greasy meat-laden cheese dips they’re accustomed to consuming when they watch the Big Game.
If you’re looking for something to top your Crock Pot baked potatoes with, this is also ideal.
This dip gets its creaminess from hot almond milk and takes advantage of cumin, garlic powder, and chipotle powder for flavor.
You can use either green or brown lentils to make this dip.
Did you know you can make omelets in your slow cooker? Yep, you can!
This sure takes the stress out of making sure you don’t scorch your omelet, doesn’t it?
To make this omelet, just toss your eggs, almond milk, and veggies in the slow cooker and allow all of them to cook for two hours.
When you come back, you will have a wonderfully fluffy omelet ready to serve.
The great thing about this recipe is that you can add whatever vegetables you like to your omelet. You can also make this with whole eggs or just egg whites.
Besides being tasty and nourishing, beans are also inexpensive.
One of the most versatile beans is the humble white bean, and few recipes are as delicious as white bean soup cooked in the slow cooker.
This recipe calls for cannellini beans, and the diced celery and leeks are sautéed before you toss them into the pot. This will help them release their wonderful flavor.
Fresh rosemary makes this recipe very special, but you can use dried rosemary if you need to. The two bay leaves give this soup a wonderful flavor.
We all love summer and the bounty of fresh garden vegetables we either grow or buy from the market.
However, when fall and winter roll around, there is a whole different type of harvest and we love it just as much.
Fall is the perfect time to start making delicious vegetarian soup with beans, corn, and delicious winter vegetables.
This soup has kale and sweet potatoes, making it a superfood soup. The kidney beans add tons of protein and flavor, and you can also add some white potatoes or brussels sprouts to this soup.
Make this soup with vegetable broth instead of chicken broth to make it vegan.
There are some classic recipes that are traditionally made with meat that seem that they were destined to offer up a vegetarian option.
Lasagna is one of those vegetarian recipes. There is so much wonder and goodness in this dish that you won’t even notice that it doesn’t have meat.
The herb-flavored tomato sauce is the first thing you will notice, but then your senses will be brought to life when you see that creamy melted cheese nestled in with lasagna noodles.
The healthy veggies that are layered into this dish make it as nutritious as it is delicious.
We love baking our potatoes in the oven because we can get them crispy with a salted crust. But what if you’re pressed for time or don’t want to heat your house up?
Slow cooker baked potatoes to the rescue!
One great thing about cooking baked potatoes for dinner is that you can stuff them and fill them with whatever you happen to have in the fridge. For example, that leftover vegetarian chili would be perfect.
Be sure to make a big production over your baked potatoes and serve them with all of the usual toppings.
Slow cooker butternut squash soup is a classic because it’s so cozy and comforting.
In fact, this delicious soup is much more than just a soup. It’s a mug full of golden goodness.
This soup is a whopping four cloves of garlic, so you know it’s absolutely divine.
The Granny Smith apple gives it texture and interest, so be prepared to watch your guests’ eyes widen in delight.
The secret to this soup is the unsweetened coconut milk. Yum!
One thing vegans and vegetarians struggle with is finding vegetarian recipes that pack a ton of protein.
Beans are a staple in vegan recipes, and it’s for a good reason. Not only do they provide tons of protein, but they’re also delicious and have lots of other nutrients and vitamins.
Certainly, you can bake your stuffed peppers in the oven, but why not stick them in your slow cooker, push a button, and come home to a hot delicious dinner?
These peppers bake super slowly so they have a chance to release all of the delicious flavors, making this dish one of the best vegetarian slow cooker recipes.
Our 30+ BEST Vegetarian Crockpot Recipes (+Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash)
- 1 medium whole spaghetti squash
- 1/4 tsp. sea salt
- Thoroughly clean the squash on the outside and dry.
- Poke holes all over the squash.
- Cook in a slow cooker for 3-4 hours on high.
- Remove squash and place it on a cutting board.
- Cut in half and scoop out the seeds.
- Shred the spaghetti squash.
Organize all the required ingredients.
Enjoy the food.