Cooking with Beyond Meat’s plant-based sausage recipes is an enjoyable and versatile way to incorporate more plant-based ingredients into your diet, no matter if you eat meat or not. Their latest offering boasts even greater juiciness while being lower in fat compared to traditional pork sausage.
Try this versatile, quick, and simple dish for an energizing breakfast or brunch!
1. Beyond Sausage Pizza
Beyond Meat has joined forces with Pizza Hut to introduce two innovative new products made with its meat-free sausage: The Great Beyond Pizza and Beyond Italian Sausage Pizza. Both feature classic cheese pizza bases.
Pizzas topped with plant-based sausage crumbles are nearly indistinguishable from meat; made with simple plant-based ingredients without GMOs, gluten or soy and 20g of pea protein for protein content.
Beyond Sausage crumbles can be quickly prepared in a skillet using some oil and onions until they’re golden-brown before being added to any recipe that calls for traditional Italian sausage, such as pizza or shepherd’s pie. They’re even great as an ingredient in vegan shepherd’s pie! Plus, like its animal-based counterparts, Beyond sausage is delicious when sauteed along with peppers and onion for a delicious skillet meal!
2. Beyond Sausage Stuffed Peppers
Classic Italian-style stuffed peppers get veganized with this recipe featuring plant-based sausage. A perfect way to celebrate special occasions or quickly prepare weeknight dinner.
This delicious vegan skillet dish features vegetables, roasted potatoes and Beyond Sausage Hot Italian all cooked up together for easy cleanup! Plus it all fits in one pan for effortless mealtime action!
This dish is the ideal way to use up leftover vegetables, making it the ideal meal when feeling under the weather. Plus, its simplicity means it’s quick and easy enough for large crowds – only 12 ingredients and 20 minutes hands-on cooking time needed – making sure everyone at the table enjoys this satisfying dinner option!
3. Beyond Sausage Stuffed Eggplants
This lighter take on classic stuffed eggplant makes a delectable summer meal! Perfect as either an entree or side, serve it to add zest to any dinner party!
To prepare an eggplant, cut it in half, remove its core, and cook in 4 cups of water until soft and pliable – this process may be completed ahead of time and stored in the fridge until needed.
This dish is a vegan take on comfort food from Gullah Geechee culture, making a quick weeknight dinner that requires minimal ingredients and effort – it’s even an easy way to use up leftovers! Beyond Sausage is spiced with garlic and pepper for maximum flavor while plant-based rice provides creamy textures for texture.
4. Beyond Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms
Classic mushroom cap appetizer, perfect for parties, game days and holidays! Soft earthy mushroom caps serve as the vessel for an irresistibly flavorful mixture of sausage, cheese and other delectable ingredients.
Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a skillet over medium-low heat. Stirring often, add the Beyond Sausage and cook it until browned, breaking up large chunks as it goes. Saute the chopped mushroom stems and garlic until softened before stirring in bread crumbs, Parmesan, and parsley to finish off your dish.
Stuff the mushrooms with filling and bake until its liquid state has completely melted and the tops of each mushroom is golden brown. Allow the mushrooms to cool before serving. Enjoy!
5. Beyond Sausage Stuffed Zucchini
Beyond sausage recipes are an easy and delicious way to add an extra burst of flavor and heartiness to meals, perfect for both meat eaters and vegans alike. These plant-based options make great additions for parties, potlucks, potlucks or just dinnertime!
This easy stuffed zucchini dinner makes an excellent weeknight meal. Just a few ingredients and 30 minutes later it can be on the table!
Vegetables and sausage combined in a creamy sauce make this vegan pot pie an irresistibly comforting meal that all members of the family can appreciate.
This Korean bibimbap recipe is the ideal way to use up leftover banchan (Korean side dishes). Packed full of spicy plant-based sausage and fresh veggies, it’s sure to get your kids eating more vegetables without breaking a sweat – all you need is one pan!