No matter which way you sauce it, BBQ has always been a meat eater’s game. Times are changing, though, as popular diets go mainstream (hey, Beyonce ;) and we’re more down to try new things. We’ve got the goods on all things vegan for some meat-free, dairy-free dishes at your 4th of July cookout — all certain to satisfy everyone‘s appetite. Fire up the grill and get ready to serve these 18 delicious recipes at your next summer BBQ.

1. Super Creamy Mac and Cheese: You can’t forget the mac and cheese. After all, it’s a classic BBQ side dish. Faux or no, this creamy recipe is one of the best there is. (via Vegan Yumminess)

2. Quinoa and White Bean Burger: Packed with protein and fiber, this burger will satisfy your appetite and your healthy food quota. (via One Green Planet)

3. Artichoke and Quinoa Lettuce Wraps: Don’t forget the veggies! Artichokes are hearty enough to stand the heat, and they are delicious when grilled. (via One Green Planet)

4. Messy Cheesy BBQ Portobello Burger: Mmm, messy and cheesy?! And better than a burger patty. (via Babble)

5. BBQ Sriracha Tempeh With Black Rice: We’re totally on board with adding sriracha to any dish. Spicy, saucy deliciousness is just what a good BBQ meal needs. (via Food Fitness Fresh Air)

6. Portobello and Peach Burgers: Take advantage of peaches while they’re in season. Pair them with some portobellos and you’ll have a match made in grilling heaven. (via Green Kitchen Stories)

7. Pumpkin Burgers: Pumpkins aren’t just for pie anymore. Turn your pumpkins into patties and get them grilling! (via Peas + Crayons)

8. Chili Lime-Marinated Seitan Kebabs: A chili and lime spice is the perfect addition to some smokey, savory kabobs. (via That Was Vegan?)

9. Grilled Tofu Tacos: Every part of this taco screams summer goodness. Vegans and carnivores alike won’t be able to resist. (via Love + Lemons)

10. Cucumber Salad: Take a break from the grill with this light, simple salad topped with roasted chickpeas. (via Audrey’s Apron)

11. Grilled Pizza Dough With Veggies and Almond “Ricotta”: If you thought pizza didn’t belong at BBQs, think again. (via Beard + Bonnet)

12. Grilled Corn and Quinoa Salad: When in doubt, bust out the corn and avocado. Grill ’em up before tossin’ them in for an added smokey flavor. (via Begin With Nutrition)

13. Pulled Eggplant: You may never go back to pulled pork again once you try this pulled eggplant meal. (via Chubby Vegetarian)

14. Chile Lime Grilled Corn: Corn is best when it’s cooked on the grill. And it’s always vegan friendly! (via Something Edible)

15. The Bad Ass “Lamb” Burger: No meat, but plenty of flavor. And you can’t resist the catchy name. (via One Green Planet)

16. Potato and Kale Salad: Skip the stop at the deli and try out this vegan take on a classic potato salad that’s fit for any picnic table. (via With Food and Love)

17. Smoky BBQ Tempeh Pizza: We told you that pizza can be made for a BBQ, and we think this one is an amazing choice to include at your next cookout. (via Vegan Richa)

18. Easy Avocado-Lime Black Bean Salad: Whip up this creamy concoction to get the party started or to munch on between dishes. (via Oh How She Glows)

Are you grilling up any vegan goods for 4th of July? What’s your favorite BBQ food? Fill us in below or on Twitter.