If 2013 was a slow year for you, you might remember that time Beyoncé went vegan. For a whole 22 days (that’s like 6 months in celebrity years), the badass, non-single lady cut out all animal products from her diet. According to a detailed meal plan released by her trainer, Bey sustained herself on things like chia seed pudding and veggie quesadillas. Just like Oprah and J-Lo before her, Queen B’s flirtation with veganism is over. But veganism is a way of life for these other celebrities who have shared some of their favorite recipes to help you stay vegan — for at least an entire month.
The “Bones” actress has been vegan since she was 16. The Lemony Roasted Potatoes from Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook is one of her favorite. Get the recipe.
The talk show host extraordinaire became vegan after watching the documentary Earthlings. One of the more popular dishes on her site is the Banana Oatmeal Pancakes. Get the recipe.
The “House of Cards” actress switched from vegetarianism to veganism after passing a factory farm on a road trip nearly a decade ago and educating herself on the dairy industry. One of her go-to snacks is a 3-Ingredient Smoothie. Get the recipe.
The actress was a vegetarian for 16 years before going vegan about three years ago. She developed a recipe for Bomb-Diggity (her words) Vegan Bolognese. Get the recipe.
The “Lights” singer has been “an aspiring” vegan for the past two years. She credits her new way of eating for transforming her figure and and on-stage performance. She partnered with chef Jaimie Oliver for a Monster Vegan Burger for his show Friday Night Feast. Get the recipe.
Don’t let his slasher flicks fool you. Rob gave up eating flesh in 1982. His wife, Sheri Moon, even has an entire vegan food blog dedicated to what the couple eats at home and on tour, including Apple Coconut Crumple Pie. Get the recipe.