Vitamin E is renowned for is’ contribution to beautiful, healthy skin, but that’s far from all it does. Vitamin E is essential for stopping substances that attack your internal organs, playing a vital role in the aging process. It’s commonly found in nuts, but also likes to hide in unexpected and delicious places.

For more about Vitamin E, check our more thorough articles: A Green Monster’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition: Vitamin E and Vitamin E and Its Contribution to Beautiful, Healthy Skin.

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To help you in your quest to attain this important vitamin, we’ve put together a list of recipes with ingredients containing Vitamin E for your reading and tasting pleasure from the Food Monster App. Stay healthy!

1. Raw, Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread

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This nutty Raw Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread by Christa Clark is 100% raw, gluten-free, vegan, and kosher sandwich bread. You will hardly believe it is raw!

2. Almond Butter Chocolate Protein Balls 

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Do you ever get hit by a sudden chocolate craving? No need to deprive yourself! Instead of reaching for that traditional chocolate candy bar, try Julie Van den Kerchove’s Almond Butter Chocolate Protein Balls. They are packed with plant-based protein, healthy fats and vitamin E!: the perfect combination to stay happy, healthy and fit!

3. Mango and Hemp Seed Smoothie 

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In Karielyn Tillman‘s Mango and Hemp Seed Smoothie is the ultimate fruit juice. Packed with superfood ingredients like hemp seeds, maca powder, and lucuma powder, and sweetened with the taste of mango and vanilla, this smoothie packs a vitamin E punch!

4. Buckwheat Pancakes and Warm Berry Sauce

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Alena Grahn‘s Buckwheat Pancakes and Warm Berry Sauce has loads of vitamin E-rich berries. You’ve never tasted health this good.

5. Baked Broccoli Burgers 

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Nikki Haney‘s Baked Broccoli Burgers give the superfood broccoli all the heavy lifting. Toss some of these on the grill!

6. Banana Oatmeal With Hazelnut Butter, Raisins and Baobab Powder

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Hazelnuts are a great source of vitamin E. Emily von Euw‘s Banana Oatmeal With Hazelnut Butter, Raisins and Baobab Powder comes from the gorgeous baobab tree and is super nutritious.

7. Buttery Spinach Salad With Tempeh and Crispy Shallots 

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Amy Height‘s Buttery Spinach Salad With Tempeh and Crispy Shallots combines interesting texture (pumpkin seeds) with warm ingredients (crumbled tempeh and crispy shallots), along with a buttery tahini dill dressing and peppers for color.

8. Pea Soup Shooters 

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Amy Height‘s Pea Soup Shooters may sound odd, but they are delicious, refreshing, and packed with vitamin E from the seeds.

9. Maple And Wheat Germ Waffles

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Vaishali Honawar‘s Maple And Wheat Germ Waffles have loads of vitamin E. These waffles are by themselves very sweet because of the maple syrup, and they are extraordinarily crispy.

10. Superfood Granola Bars

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These Superfood Granola Bars by Nikki and Zuzana have it all, including vitamin E. Raw, tasty, and oh-so-delicious, these bars are top notch for satisfying your hunger.

11. Chocolate Coated Nuts and Seeds Granola Bars 

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Tori Cooper‘s Chocolate Coated Nuts and Seeds Granola Bars are gluten-free and give a sweetness to your vitamin E consumption.

12. Berry Fruit Tarts With Chia Seeds 

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Emily von Euw‘s Berry Fruit Tarts With Chia Seeds are loaded with vitamin E and packed with sweet tang throughout.

13. Eggplant Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus 

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Emilie Heck‘s Eggplant Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus is seasoned with liquid smoke and brown sugar, wrapped around asparagus, and then baked until it has that crispy bacon crunch factor. The asparagus is what gives us our vitamin E here.

14. Chickpea Turnip Meatballs 

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Ashley Madden‘s Chickpea Turnip Meatballs put the boring ol’ turnip to good use! They are high in fiber, low in calories, and a good source of protein. Not to mention, they are loaded with flavor!

15. Turmeric, Mango and Chia Oats

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Judy Moosmueller‘s Turmeric, Mango and Chia Oats is packed with vitamin E-rich berries and mango! If this looks delicious to you and you need a bit of sunshine on your breakfast plate, try this and hopefully you’ll love it just as much as we do.

If you want more tasty vitamin-rich recipes like these, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it’s available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more! The app shows you how having diet/health/food preferences can be full of delicious abundance rather than restrictions!

Featured Image: Raw Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread