10 High Protein Low-Carb Vegan Recipes That You’ll Love

I’ve put together a list of the 10 lowest carbohydrate vegan recipes that I know of.

Each recipe on the list also shows its protein and carb content per 100 calories.

Not surprisingly, they are all based on ingredients that should be on any low carb vegan food list:

They’re great for bodybuilding, keto, or anyone in general looking to lower their carb intake, which can be quite high on a vegan diet.

If you’d like more recipes after, head over to my high protein vegan recipes page, select the “scale to 100 calories option”, and then sort by carbs. You can also see the other macros at the same time, and other useful information like fiber and servings.

1. Vanilla Overnight Oats

keto overnight oats

3.8 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

This keto-friendly version of overnight oats is super simple to make and has decent macros.

It’s main ingredients are:

It takes less than 5 minutes to throw these in a bowl or jar, and your breakfast is ready the next morning.

2. Soy-Lime Roasted Tofu

Soy-Lime Roasted Tofu

5.4 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

This is a simple tofu-based recipe with just a few ingredients. You could pair it with another recipe, but I usually just end up snacking on it by itself.

You’ll need:

3. Tofu and Spinach Scramble

Vegan Tofu and Spinach Scramble

6 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

This recipe combines the king of bean protein (soybeans), with one of the best leafy sources of protein (spinach).

It’s a nice breakfast if you ever miss scrambled eggs or omelettes.

The main ingredients are:

4. Tofu Scramble

tofu scramble

10 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

This is another tofu scramble that I really like. It has a significantly different taste from the one above, but even more protein.

To make it you’ll need:

5. Protein-Rich Mushroom Patties Recipe

Protein-Rich Mushroom Patties

5.8 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

Mushrooms are as good as a vegetable-based source of protein as you’ll find, and I’ve grown to love them since I became vegan.

These patties have a solid amount of protein, and only require a handful of common ingredients (aside from hemp protein powder):

Wrap it in lettuce and you have a nice low-carb burger.

6. Herbed Tempeh Meatballs

Herbed Tempeh Meatballs

5.6 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

Tempeh is one of the best low-carb vegan protein sources, and is the main ingredient of these simple meatballs.

You’ll need:

7. Hemp porridge

Keto Hemp Porridge

4.3 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

I’m not usually the biggest fan of porridge, but I don’t mind this one once in a while.

It does take a decent amount of effort to make however. Main ingredients include:

8. No-bake vegan protein bars

No-bake vegan protein bars

5 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

I love no-bake treats like these. They don’t take too long to make, and taste really good.

In this case, the macros are decent as well.

You’ll need:

9. Tempeh-Potato Croquettes with Creamy Dill Sauce

Tempeh-Potato Croquettes with Creamy Dill Sauce

4.5 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

This is another tempeh based recipe that is relatively low-carb.

It is one of the more complicated recipes to make on this list. Here’s the fairly lengthy list of main ingredients:

10. Super Protein Kale Caesar Salad

Super Protein Kale Caesar Salad-big.jpg

5.7 grams protein, 2.2 grams carbohydrates per 100 calories

Last but not least is one more tempeh recipe.

This is a really tasty salad, with a ton of nutrition beside the macronutrients in it.

It does take a lot of effort to make, as there are several ingredients:

That's it for this list!

You might also like this short list of high protein, low calorie vegan recipes.