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One of the best vegan barbecue recipes you must try

When you talk about vegan and outdoor grilling recipes, many times packaged vegetable burgers and tofu dogs come to mind. But, in reality, there are so many delicious and unpackaged recipes you can prepare to kick-start the barbeque season in style, including Sriracha Grilled Tofu and Grilled Eggplant Parmigiana recipes. One of the best vegan barbecue recipes you absolutely must try is vegan pigs in a blanket wrapped in vegan bacon. Yummy!

Pigs in a blanket wrapped in vegan bacon recipe

Vegan pigs in a blanket are a favourite vegan barbecue recipe for many people not just because they are so delicious, but also because they require almost zero time to make. In fact, the dish is popular with both those who are staunch vegans and those who might call themselves "vegan-ish.” Even meat-eaters will find the dish a hit, especially when you consider all the gross things found in hot dogs!

So, if you are avoiding meat or just want to try something new and innovative for baking and grilling this summer, try “bacon” wrapped vegan pigs in a blanket and be counted among those who contribute to saving more than 100 animals per year by adopting a vegan diet. That’s right—adopting vegan barbecue recipes with no meat, no milk, no eggs and no animal anything saves lives.

Here’s one way to make this classic, finger-licking dish by adding vegan bacon slices and vegan cheese:

Things you will need: 1 kg. vegan bacon slices

1 cup vegan cheese shreds

1 can Pillsbury crescents rolls

2 pkgs. veggie dogs, cut into halves

Instructions

Step 1:

Pre-heat your oven to about 375˚F.

Step 2:

Remove the crescents rolls from the can and separate them into triangles on a foil-lined baking sheet.

Step 3:

Sprinkle vegan cheese on the crescent-roll dough.

Step 4:

Wrap a vegan bacon slice around each half of the veggie dog and then wrap each in a piece of dough.

Step 5

Bake for about 15 minutes until golden brown.

Step 6:

Serve and enjoy when hot.

Remember…

If you are worried that baked and grilled vegan dishes won’t give you the smoky flavours you are used to, don’t be. Vegan barbecue recipes taste just as good, if not better. More importantly, you’ll be full afterwards for sure. The thing to remember when grilling and barbecuing vegan ingredients is that you’ll enjoy the food, be full and no animals will have been harmed. So, go get vegan grilling!

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