Pig-Approved Recipes to “Pig Out” On

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When you choose cruelty-free alternatives instead of pork, bacon, or ham, you help pigs like Reggie live the happy lives that they deserve. These pig-approved recipes use everything from tofu to jackfruit to veggie sausage in place of meat, making meat-free eating not only simple, but delicious.  “Pig out” on one of these 8 satisfying meals today!  
 1. “Chorizo” Tacos

Photo by Quentin Bacon

Celebrity food writer Mark Bittman uses tofu instead of pork in his flavorful interpretation of chorizo. View Full Recipe.

 

2. Hawaiian Pizza

Photo courtesy of Veggieful

The salty-sweet flavor of Hawaiian pizza gets a healthy update with meat-free bacon . View Full Recipe.

 

3. Pulled Jackfruit Sandwiches
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Photo courtesy of Olives for Dinner

This indulgent sandwich tastes just as good as it looks. Slather it in your favorite barbeque sauce! View Full Recipe.

 

4. Pigs in a Blanket
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Photo courtesy of Happy Healthy Life

When you enjoy these pigs in a blanket, you are helping these pigs in a blanket. View Full Recipe.

 

5. Breakfast Sandwich

Photo courtesy of Lightlife

Skip the drive-through and make this lightened up yet totally satisfying breakfast favorite at home! View Full Recipe.

 

6. Creamy Carbonara Pasta with Shiitake “Bacon”

Photo courtesy of Blissful Basil

The rich, comforting dish goes meat-free with help from shiitake “bacon.” View Full Recipe.

 

7. BBQ Pulled Sweet Potato Sandwich
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Photo courtesy of Yup It’s Vegan

Swapping pulled sweet potato for pork in this classic sandwich gives it an innovative twist.  View Full Recipe.

 

8. Grilled Ham and Cheese

So simple, there isn’t even a recipe! Just layer slices of your favorite vegan cheese and meat-free ham between two slices of bread buttered with non-dairy spread and toast in a skillet until golden!

Photo courtesy of Woman in Real Life

 

For even more pig-friendly deliciousness, check out our meat-free “Bacon” Recipes!

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