Vegan Recipes

Vegan Baked Potato

Making a tasty and satisfying Vegan Baked Potato is never so simple. This post offers a recipe for a delicious yet simple entrée, a sumptuous side dish, and a ton of vegan baked potato topping choices.

Tips for making this recipe:

All you have to do for this dish is bake the potato, cut it open, add some amazing toppings, and bake it again, only to melt the toppings. They’re quite simple to prepare and incredibly tasty.

Vegan Baked Potato


  • Sour cream: 1 cup.
  • Russet potatoes: 4 large.
  • Onion: 1/2 green.
  • Shredded cheese: 1 cup.
  • Olive oil: 1-2 tbsp.
  • Vegan bacon bites: 1 cup.
  • Salt.


  1. Warm the microwave to a temperature of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Set the baking sheet pan with a paper towel.
  2. Although it’s not necessary, lining it can help reduce pan cleaning if you want to oil and salt your potatoes. Compared to the tray, I find it easier to maintain the baking mat.
  3. This helps the potato cook more evenly, but it is not positive that piercing cleaned potatoes with a fork a few times would prevent them from blowing up.
  4. Use the olive oil to brush it on the potatoes, and then add the salt.
  5. To prevent the salt from concentrating in one area, rub it all over. You can play around with it; we’ll add additional flavor eventually.
  6. Roast potatoes for between forty and seventy minutes; the exact amount of time varies solely on their size.
  7. A fork piercing should indicate when they are finished; if it passes through them with ease. It took me around forty-two minutes.
  8. Since the potatoes are already rather hot, take them out of the oven and let them cool for a few minutes.
  9. Increase the oven’s temperature to approximately 475 degrees Fahrenheit. This step works well for cooking vegan cheese.
  10. Cut the potatoes into small slices and mesh them perfectly.
  11. Serve it and enjoy it.

Large russet potatoes work best because, when baked, they keep their lovely, crispy shell and fluffy insides, making them the ideal base for a variety of toppings. If you only have red or gold potatoes, they will still function, although they are better suited for roasting or mashing due to their little waxiness. Indeed, you might use sweet potatoes, which resemble russet potatoes in texture but may have a slightly different flavor.

Nutritional facts:

Cholesterol: 0 mg.

Protein: 10.2 g.

Sugar: 2.6 g.

Calories: 462 kcal.

Vitamin A: 2%

Sodium: 346.2 mg.

Total fat: 13.6 g

Vitamin C: 25%.

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