Veggie nachos

Veggie nachos

30 min
Indulge in a big bowl of delicious veggie nachos with an abundance of guacamole. Leftover vegetables have never tasted this good, so feel free to transform your sweet potato, parsnip, and tomatoes into a pre-dinner snack sent from heaven. These are easy veggie nachos that can be served as an appetiser at parties or as the main course. So, are you having guests over on Friday or merely want to stay in and watch a movie? Veggie nachos with stringy cheese and wonderfully vibrant flavours will do just the trick.


  • Sauté onions in oil until clear
  • Add finely chopped garlic and chilli.
  • Peel parsnip and sweet potato and chop into small cubes, then add to the pan.
  • Sprinkle in herbs and stir well.
  • Add chopped tomatoes, kidney beans, and water and let simmer for 5-10 minutes until the beans are heated through.
  • Arrange nacho chips around the edge and sprinkle cheese over everything. Bake at 200°C using upper and lower heat for 5-10 minutes until the cheese is golden.
  • Cut the avocados in half, remove the stones, and mash the flesh with a fork along with the white cheese.
  • Stir in pressed garlic, chopped coriander, and lime juice. Season with plenty of salt and pepper.

Distribute the nacho crisp neatly and evenly around the edges of the casserole. They should create a nice layer around the roasted vegetables. That way, you ensure an aesthetically pleasing presentation that looks absolutely stunning with vibrant red chilli on top and a gorgeously green guacamole dip next to it.

Questions about veggie nachos

If you have any questions on vegetable and bean and cheese nachos, we go through some of the most frequently asked ones to help you with your cooking adventure.

Can you put vegetables in nachos?
Yes, you can put vegetables in nachos. In fact, we encourage you to do so. Vegetable nachos are an excellent way of using leftover vegetables and getting a delicious dinner.
What vegetables are good in nachos?
Sweet potatoes, parsnips, and tomatoes make up a good base for veggie nachos. Adding a bit of protein in the shape of kidney beans is also a popular option. That way, you get a bit of that Mexican/Texan feel most of us think of when we enjoy nachos. You can also mix, match, and experiment with other options.
What to serve with vegetable nachos?
Serve a big bowl of guacamole cheese dip with your veggie nachos – nothing comes close to it. It is the crispy combined with the creamy and the refreshing sweetness opposite the spices and heat. Scoop up a layer and enjoy.


Tortilla chips
1 bag
Garlic cloves
Kidney beans
1 can
Fresh red chilli
Taco spice mix
2 tbsp
Sweet potato
50 ml
Cheddar cheese, grated
100 g
Garlic cloves
Lime fruit
Fresh coriander
1 handful
White cheese
100 g
Salt and pepper

Try this easy vegetable nachos recipe

It is not fair to other dishes that this nacho veggies recipe is bursting with this much flavour while being this easy to make. With only a few ingredients, including leftover veggies you can save from lying in the fridge, you can make a delectable dish for everyone to enjoy. Salty crisps, rich cheese, and a lovely kick from the spices and the heat. This meal tickles that part of the palate that says, "One more, please." And with these veggie nachos, we recommend just giving in.

With sweet potatoes, parsnip, and kidney beans

Loaded nachos need the right veggies, and should you have leftover sweet potatoes, parsnips, and maybe a can of kidney beans, you are in for a treat. Sweet potatoes and parsnip may seem like unusual choices, but their combination of sweet and nutty flavours pairs perfectly with the salty, spicy, and cheesy notes from the classic nacho dish. Along with the kidney beans, they also provide a melting mushy texture as you bite into them. One of the key components of a good meal is a great mouthfeel – and when you layer a nacho crisp with a bit of guac and some cheesy fillings, you get literally all you wish for in one bite.

Make a creamy guacamole with cheese

No nacho will go untouched when you supply a creamy guacamole cheese dip to satisfy your guests. With its fresh, bright flavours, it puts a refreshing touch to a slightly indulgent dish. Coriander and lime inject a lovely zing that helps balance out the buttery and earthy notes from the avocados. The guacamole has a creamy consistency that seems tailormade to scoop onto crispy nachos, creating the perfect little bite-sized delight that tastes like heaven. These vegetable nachos are not the only way to use leftover veggies. For example, try our baked sweet potatoes with red onion, kale, and cheese. Or take a completely different route and try a delicious asparagus quiche.