These savory Vegan Beer Brats in a Blanket, are perfect comfort food, with vegan brats simmered in beer, then wrapped in a delicious crescent roll stuffed with sauerkraut and cheese. Dip these delicious treats in a sweet mustard sauce, vegan mayo, or even BBQ sauce for a perfect weeknight dinner or appetizer!
I love a good, easy vegan recipe! Because my vegan diet is multifaceted. It cannot be boxed in! Let me explain. My vegan diet is:
- Comfort-food worthy
- Compassionate toward animals
- Better for the environment!
Now, it doesn’t mean it can be all those things at the same time. Sometimes my vegan dinner is delicious, but not overly healthy. Or, sometimes my vegan dessert is healthy, but not easy.
Do you get my point?
However, you slice it, my vegan diet is compassionate and better for the environment!
How to Make Vegan Beer Brats in a Blanket
This is one of my easy, ready-in-30-minutes-or-less meals. It’s perfect for a Thursday night (or any night) when you just don’t want to face hours in the kitchen.
Interested in more 30-minute meals? You’re in luck, because I’ve got a whole category devoted to easy vegan 30-minute meals!
So, let’s talk about how to make these vegan beer brats in a blanket. First, let’s go over the ingredients. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Vegan Brats (see below for where to find them)
- Vegan White Cheese (like Mozz or Provolone, etc)
- Veggie Bacon
- Vegan Crescent Rolls
- Sauerkraut (I used probiotic, fermented Dill & Garlic flavored)
First, pour beer into a saucepan. I used a bottle of Bud Light, but whatever you have should work. Then add 4 beer brats. The package comes with 4 so that works out quite nicely.
You can find vegan beer brats at health food stores, Sprouts, and maybe even in the produce section at Walmart and Target. I know I’ve seen Field Roast sausages there at times and it’s worth a trip to see. For sure you can find them at places like Whole Foods and Natural Grocers.
Bring those brats to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes or so. Then open a can of crescent rolls and separate them. Remove the brats with tongs and cut each of them in half. Then when they’re cool enough to handle, you can wrap each in a slice of veggie bacon, place them in one of the crescent roll triangles, top with sauerkraut and vegan cheese.
Then wrap the crescent roll around everything and place it on a pan. Make sure to roll the dough good and tight! Bake these for 20 – 25 minutes until brown and that’s it.
I love dipping these vegan brats in a blanket in a sweet mustard sauce. So good!
Adapt this Recipe
I give Adee the credit for creating this recipe. She did a great job and I knew it was a winner. However, I did make some changes, like adding the veggie bacon. How about you make some changes too? Here are some ideas to get you started:
- If you don’t have veggie bacon, you can leave that out
- I could see adding some green onions before baking
- I could also see adding slices of veggie pepperoni for added flavor
- Instead of a sweet mustard, you could create a sweet sriracha sauce
However you slice it, this is a delicious, comfort food recipe! I would definitely love a hibiscus margarita to go along with it. Yum!
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These savory Vegan Beer Brats in a Blanket, are perfect comfort food, with vegan brats simmered in beer, then cooked in a delicious crescent roll stuffed with sauerkraut and cheese.
- 4 Vegan Brats
- 12 oz Beer
- 8 Dairy-free Crescent Rolls
- 1 cup Dill and Garlic Sauerkraut
- 1 cup Vegan Cheese
- 4 slices Veggie Bacon
- ¼ cup Mustard
- 1 tablespoon Agave Nectar
Pour the beer into a saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat. Add the brats and cook for 5 - 7 minutes
Heat your oven to 350F and lay a sheet of parchment over a baking sheet
Arrange the biscuits on your baking sheet, adding sauerkraut and vegan cheese over each.
When the brats are done, remove from heat. Use tongs to transfer cooked brats to a cutting board. Cut each in half. Wrap each with a half slice of veggie bacon. Place on each prepared biscuit. Wrap the crescent roll tightly around the brats and pinch to seal the dough.
Bake for 10 - 15 minutes, until the rolls are done.
Combine the mustard and agave nectar. Stir to combine.
When the brats are done, remove from oven. Use tongs to transfer to a serving dish. Serve warm with Sweet Mustard Sauce.
*Serve this recipe with Vegan Beer Cheese Soup so you can use the leftover beer in that recipe. Otherwise, you can toss the remaining beer...such a shame.
Do you love super convenient, delicious vegan recipes? You might want to take a look at our Easy Vegan Pizza Recipe.
You’ll get two pizzas for around $15 and made in around 30 minutes. Why does it take so long for Friday pizza night to roll around! 😛
Whatever easy vegan recipe you’re noshing on, enjoy!