Whether you want a new recipe for Meatless Mondays or are a strict vegetarian, these 14 influencers have a ton of recipes for you to try. Everyone from busy parents to professional chefs can benefit from this list of content creators. Brands can also work with vegetarian influencers to showcase how their products fit the lifestyle in delicious recipes.
14 vegetarian influencers sharing delicious content
Bebsabe is a model, actress and artist who creates content on vegetarian recipes and food delivery programs. She cooks a lot of traditional Venezuelan food and makes even the trickier recipes — like this Instant Pot mushroom risotto — look easy. Join her 174K Instagram followers to find out how this vegetarian stays fit and finds vegetarian food when she travels.
Devanshi has accumulated 12.2K followers on her Dee’s Kitchen TikTok page. The Chicago-based short-form video creator shares a wide variety of vegetarian recipes including dill goat cheese pasta and air-fried okra to zucchini Parmesan and miso soup with leeks. If you’re looking for more unique vegetarian recipes that offer lots of flavors but aren’t super complicated to prepare, check out her posts. She also shares videos of her vegetarian meals when she travels abroad.
Mark’s Sauce Stache channel on YouTube draws in 504K subscribers for his unique ideas on making meat substitutes. The “master of fake meat” has used everything from Tofu Wagyu and mushrooms that taste like lobster to chickpeas and “bacon” made from a radish. His new cookbook, “Making Vegan Meat,” pulls some of his favorite recipes together for readers who want to experiment with fake-meat recipes.
Justine is a mega-influencer on TikTok who refers to herself as “a recipe developer in her herbs era.” The flavor is always at the center of her recipes, like this crispy tofu with a lemon coriander slaw or this peach and basil pasta. There’s also a crispy gnocchi salad made with sweet potatoes and a gooey butter cake that she made in a nod to her hometown of St. Louis. Check out her salted strawberry cookie recipe, which has more than 704.6K likes.
Gourmet Vegetarian Kitchen
Jeem Elliott created the Gourmet Vegetarian Kitchen channel on YouTube to share healthy vegetarian and plant-based recipes that she prepares from scratch with her 203K subscribers. Her playlists include soups, side dishes, gourmet dishes, Thai foods and healthy snacks. There are also many fermented food recipes, such as vegan kimchi and vegan cultured butter. Curious to see how unique her recipes are? Just check out this video for artisan green pea vegan cheese.
The Global Vegetarian
Chef Pooja is the face behind this mid-tier influencer account on Instagram, which features easy global vegetarian and vegan recipes. Feast your eyes on this recipe for masala butter pasta in garlic bread cones or these goat cheese stuffed mushrooms. Craving something sweeter? Try the healthy frozen yogurt domes or this chocolate overload waffle cone pie. Need to bring something to a party? Impress everyone with these Tarka falafel sliders.
Worried you won’t get enough protein from a non-meat diet? It’s never an issue for Andrew Bernard, who is a vegan. His YouTube channel continues to be a favorite among his 103K subscribers, who have learned how to cook vegan entrees, sides, snacks, and even high-protein smoothies that don’t use protein powder as an ingredient. There are even vegan budget-friendly meals that cost less than $1 per serving! Check out his giant French toast made with vegan brioche.
Shreya’s TikTok account is jam-packed with vegetarian recipes, so her 1.3 million followers never run out of options. What are you in the mood for? There’s air-fryer buffalo cauliflower, simple pizza pockets made with vegan cheese and sausage, and vegetarian hot chicken tenders. You’ll also find drink recipes, like this cranberry apple holiday mocktail and desserts that just melt in your mouth, including brownies and strawberry puff pastries.
What does your palate need to feel satisfied? Whether it’s sweet or savory, Kaelah probably has a vegetarian recipe for it. Join her 598.9K followers on TikTok to learn how to make acorn squash farro green goddess salad, s’mores babka, or spicy quinoa black bean burgers. Trust your instinct and Kaelah’s instructions and make her apple-stuffed challah French toast or this strawberry feta salad with creamy white balsamic vinaigrette.
Priya’s Cookilicious account on Instagram has pulled in 23.4K followers thanks to her scrumptious and easy-to-follow recipes. The recipe blogger and cookbook author has a way of making even the most unusual recipes — like this one for savory waffles made with hummus and mashed potatoes — look tantalizing. There are many traditional South Asian meals and sides, including vazhakai poriyal (raw banana fry) and chickpea sundal. Be sure to check out the compilation of some of her favorite desserts!
Luba is a certified plant-based nutritionist who not only published an e-book with 50-plus healthy recipes but also runs her Cook Vegetarian account on Instagram. With 344K followers, Luba works hard to provide regular content that includes healthy and delicious vegan and vegetarian meals, desserts and snacks. Listen to some of the unique recipes you’ll find: no-bake papaya cheesecake, creamy mashed potato mushroom nests, and nacho-crumbed air fry tofu.
Looking to master vegan cooking at home? Nisha’s Rainbow Plant Life channel on YouTube can help. With 840K subscribers, Nisha manages to provide something for everyone, including Indian dishes from her childhood, date-night meals, and meal prep guides. There’s a lemon asparagus pasta and cauliflower steaks with caramelized shallots, as well as soups, desserts and even vegan Thanksgiving dish recipes.
The Bites by Mia account on TikTok is filled with vegetarian and vegan meals and snacks, a good portion of which are tantalizing healthy desserts. Think carrot cake protein doughnuts, vegan and gluten-free chocolate-caramel rice crispy treats, and peppermint bark protein bars. Before you fill up on sweets, try some of the meal recipes, like this sticky sesame tofu dish or vegan chicken nuggets made from seitan.
Instagram micro-influencer Michelle runs “The Last Food Blog” to share cooking content with her 10.1K followers. And if you think the photos of vegan rice paper rolls with peanut butter dipping sauce looked good, wait until you taste the recipe. Try your hand at baked cheese tortellini or peppers stuffed with quinoa, chickpeas, olives, feta and other cheeses. Sink your teeth into a spinach and artichoke pasta bake followed by mini rhubarb and ginger pies.