5 Meat Alternative Recipes for the Grill

Grilling your food is the perfect way to change up your meal and make it a little more exciting. Even though most people associate grilling with meat, you can grill almost anything including a number of meat alternatives.

1. Grilled Veggie Fajitas


Red, yellow, and green peppers


Red onion

Taco seasoning

Coconut oil





1. Slice peppers, mushrooms, and onions

2. Toss with coconut oil and taco seasoning

3. Put the vegetable mix on foil and place on your barbecue grill for about 10-12 minutes

4. Warm tortillas on the grill for about 30 seconds

5. Add steaming vegetables to tortillas

6. Garnish with cilantro and fresh lime, serve, and enjoy.

2. Grilled Portobello Mushroom Burgers


Portobello mushroom caps

Hamburger buns

Grill seasoning

Coconut oil








1. Brush portobello mushroom caps with coconut oil and sprinkle grill seasoning on both sides

2. Add portobello mushroom caps to the preheated grill for at least 6 minutes per side

3. Grill buns for about 1 minute

4. Slice onion and tomato, clean lettuce and remove a few leaves.

5. Assemble burgers and serve with side of grilled fruits or grilled corn on the cob with vegan garlic herb butter

3. Grilled Fruits




Pineapple rings

Coconut oil


Lime juice

Fresh mint


1. Slice watermelon into 1 inch thick chunks

2. Halve peaches and remove the pits

3. Cut pineapple into 1 inch thick rings

4. Add fruits to the grill and brush with a little coconut oil as needed

5. Cook for a few minutes per side, until you have beautiful grill marks on the fruit

6. Garnish with cinnamon, lime juice, and/or fresh mint as desired

7. If you would like, serve the grilled fruit with vegan coconut milk ice cream or vegan whipped cream

4. Grilled Stuffed Peppers


Cooked yellow rice

1 can of black beans


1 can of corn

1 jalapeno pepper

Whole red, yellow, and orange peppers



Vegan sour cream

Vegan shredded cheese


Yellow onion


1. Cook yellow rice and allow to cool

2. Mix yellow rice with black beans, corn, and salsa

3. Dice jalapeno, onion, and garlic finely and add to the mix

4. Cut the tops off of your peppers and empty them of ribs and seeds

5. Fill the peppers with the rice, bean, corn, salsa, garlic, onion, and jalapeno mixture

6. Top with shredded vegan cheese

7. Bake in the oven at 375 degrees for 35-40 minutes

8. Top with vegan sour cream and garnish with fresh cilantro and lime

5. Grilled Corn on the Cob with Vegan Garlic Herb Butter


Corn cobs

Vegan butter spread


Olive oil

Fresh basil

Fresh thyme

Fresh oregano


1. Shuck your corn cobs and prepare them for the grill

2. Brush with olive oil and add corn cobs to the grill

3. Remove the top from a whole head of garlic, pour olive oil onto it, and wrap in foil

4. Grill the garlic until the cloves are soft and mushy, and the corn until it has nice grill marks. You may want to grill the garlic first so that you can prepare the compound butter ahead of time

5. Mix together the vegan butter, mushy roasted garlic, and chopped fresh herbs

6. Spread the mixture on grilled corn, serve, and enjoy

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