Vegan Gluten-Free Spinach Artichoke Pasta Recipe

Vegan Spinach Artichoke Pasta Recipe

I actually had a different post scheduled for today, but when I posted this picture of our Vegan Gluten-Free Spinach Artichoke Pasta Recipe on Facebook, I got a bunch of requests for the recipe. I basically threw this together with a few tricks, so here it goes! It’s not the cheapest dinner I’ve ever done– costs about $14 to make (which comes to $7 a meal for us, since it provides 8 servings), but IT IS SO YUMMY. I do not exaggerate when I say that if you served this to someone who didn’t watch you make it, they would have a hard time believing it wasn’t chock full of cream cheese. It’s SOO creamy and delicious and just all around wonderful!

Sadly, no matter how hard you try, you won’t have this jolly cook to share it with. I pity you, He’s a real treat 🙂

Gregory cooking

Vegan Gluten Free Spinach Artichoke Pasta Recipe

Serves 6-8, 20 minutes of prep and cooking time


1 large bag of gluten-free pasta (I used corn, but get quinoa to make it healthier if you want)

1 large bag of pre-washed spinach

8 tbsp. vegan butter (earth balance, or your choice)

4 cloves of garlic

1 1/2 cups of almond milk

1 cup of gluten-free flour

2 cups of veggie broth

2 normal sized cans of artichoke hearts (I got the organic ones from TJ’s)

1 bag of Daiya mozzarella (or the soy-free dairy-free mozzarella at TJ’s, it’s cheaper)

1 tsp. ground cayenne pepper

salt and pepper

crush red pepper flakes

gluten-free panko bread crumbs



Step 1: Start the pasta boiling in a large pot of water.

Step 2: Melt 2 tbsp. of the butter in your largest skillet. Mince the garlic and add it in. Stir it constantly to keep it from burning.

Step 3: Add ALL of your spinach and stir it around. Watch it wilt and shrivel dramatically. After 2 minutes of pushing it around in the butter/garlic, set it aside on a plate.

Step 4: Add 2 more tbsp. of the butter into the pan (yes, the same one), and stir in the artichoke hearts (you can cut them up into smaller pieces if you want). After 5-6 minutes, set it aside on a plate.

Step 5: Add the last 4 tbsp. of the butter (yes, the same one), let it melt, then add in the almond milk. Add half of the flour slowly, stirring it into a thick paste.  Add half of the veggie broth, using a whisk to stir it. Then dump the rest of the flour and veggie broth.

Step 6: Add salt and pepper. Dump the entire bag of mozzarella cheese in. Add the cayenne pepper.

Step 7: Drain the pasta and add to the “cheese” mixture. Add the artichoke hearts, stir for 3 minutes. Last, fold in the spinach.

Step 8: Season with red pepper flakes and panko crumbs!

Enjoy! Bon Appetit!

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