Whether you like your plant-based pies sweet and served with ice cream or savoury and smothered in gravy, these vegan pie recipes are sure to hit the spot.
Pies are a staple on most British family dinner tables, and there are some wonderful vegan pie recipes that you just have to try.
Prefer to stick with tradition and opt for a savoury pie topped with pastry and filled with mock meats? We’ve got plenty of meat-free pie recipes for you to try.
Looking for sweet pies filled with chocolate and fruit and wrapped up in sugary pastry? You’ll find our pick of the most delicious plant-based pies for dessert right here.
Packed with flavour, veggies and meat alternatives, as well as sweet and fruit fillings, these vegan pie recipes will leave you stuffed and satisfied.
Read to bake? Feast your eyes on our tasty selection of plant-based pies, including:
Best savoury vegan pie recipes
Perfect for a Sunday lunchtime, this steak and ale pie is a nice twist on a traditional recipe.
This comfort food classic will feed the whole family and couldn’t be simpler to make. All you need is some ready-made pastry and vegan chicken pieces and you’ll have a tasty pie ready to enjoy in under an hour.
This recipe utilises leftover recipes to make the most visually appealing pie.
You can’t beat pie and mash when you’re in the mood for comfort food. Packed with smoked tofu, leeks and mushrooms, this meat-free pie is true comfort food in a dish.
Samosas are one of our all-time favourite snacks, and now we can enjoy them in pie form thanks to this ingenious recipe. It all the great taste and textures of the classic Indian snack and is so easy to make. In fact, it’s ready to eat in just 20 minutes!
This pie is so delicious that you’ll want to enjoy it all year round, not just at Christmas! It’s filled to the brim with beans, cranberries, nuts and veggies and makes for the ultimate festive feast.
Did you know that many varieties of pre-made pastry are accidentally vegan? That means making pot pies is so easy because you only need to make the filling. These tasty pies are filled with mushrooms, leek, and chestnuts in a creamy béchamel so are ideal for a comforting and easy vegan dinner.
12. Vegan Fish Pie
Ditching fish from your diet doesn’t mean giving up on the comforting delights of a fish pie. In this recipe, we’ve replaced fish with jackfruit as it has a similar flaky texture while nori adds a salty, fishy flavour.
Top up your iron intake with this pie packed with watercress.
This delicious pie recipe has a wonderful gravy base and is perfect for a cold evening.
This hearty vegetable pie recipe by the Vegan Society is the perfect dish for a cosy weekend dinner.
Great for parties, this pie is perfect for mushroom lovers.
17. Chickpea Pot Pie
Try something a bit different with this chickpea pie recipe from From My Bowl.
This delicious recipe by the Wallflower Kitchen is super creamy and full of flavour.
This recipe by Rabbit and Wolves creates a wonderful, buttery flaky and piping hot crust.
This comforting mushroom pie is packed with flavour.
Best Sweet Vegan Pie Recipes
This dessert pie recipe has a buttery biscuit base and a zesty lemon topping.
Pecan pie is the ultimate autumnal pie, but it’s typically laden with dairy. This scrumptious pie is entirely vegan and flavoured orange, cinnamon, and cranberries so it’s a great dessert for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Take your apple pie to the next level with this scrumptious salted caramel version that’s spectacularly indulgent.
These tasty little tarts are wonderfully sweet as they’re made with vegan white chocolate. Combined with the sharp flavour of fresh raspberries, they’re simply delicious.
26. Vegan Apple Pies
These bitesize pies are great for sharing with friends and the addition of vodka adds a kick.
This sweet treat is creamy, gooey and sugary, great for sharing with the family.
If you’re a fan of banoffee pie, then you’ll love this banana cream pie recipes.
This strawberry pie recipe is full of summery flavours and succulent strawberries.
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