Although you may not be able to find your dreamie on a mystery island tour, you can at least eat foods inspired by them! Make one of these Animal Crossing Vegan Recipes and then sit back, relax, and snack while watching an Animal Crossing five-star island tour!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! 

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1.  Sherb: Rose Sherbet

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Harriet Porterfield‘s Rose Sherbet is the perfect recipe for Sherb fans. Not only does it have his name in it, but couldn’t you imagine him walking around your island and sipping this adorable pink drink and then heading home for a nap?

This sherbet is the best way to cool down on a warm day because it is so creamy and refreshing.  Adding a little raw beetroot to boosts the rosy pink, but you can omit this if you don’t have any. Add a tablespoon of rosewater at a time and taste, some rosewater can be very potent.

2. Coco: No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Cookies

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Coco is one of the cutest rabbits in the game. She looks like a crossover between a coconut and chocolate bunny cookie, so these No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Cookies by Taavi Moore are so fitting!

These cookies are no-fail and only contain oats, shredded coconut, coconut oil, peanut butter, maple syrup, cocoa powder, and flaky sea salt. With only 7 simple ingredients, these no-bake chocolate coconut cookies are the perfect snack or healthy dessert. They take less than 20 minutes to make. The batch will be eaten in no time. They are perfectly crunchy, but oh so fudgy. These cookies are also great for all ages! If you have children, the sweet chocolate flavor and creamy peanut butter will definitely win over the kids.

3. Melba: Peach Melba Sangria

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Meet Peach Melba Sangria by Lisa Lotts, the traditional peach and raspberry dessert’s boozy sister! This recipe shares a name with our beloved Melba and would be the perfect drink for her to sip on while reading a book on a garden bench.

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With sangria, the fruit is key – it has to be something that you want to keep going back to. Something juicy, sweet and ripe. I selected peaches and raspberries because they looked so good at the store. Then I realized, (duh) I had the makings of a Peach Melba. To amp up the peach flavor, I added schnapps and some sparkling water for effervescence. I know, doesn’t it sound good? Aren’t you getting thirsty just thinking about it?

4. Merengue: Strawberry Shortcake

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Choosing a meringue recipe for Merengue seemed a bit obvious. That’s why we went for this Strawberry Shortcake by Clara MacLeod in reference to her initial catchphrase, “shortcake,” and the adorable strawberry horn that she has. The upcoming rhino pastry chef would absolutely love this strawberry shortcake, shortcake!

Flaky biscuits topped with the fluffiest whipped frosting and fresh strawberries. Quick and easy to make, as well as being oh-so-delicious.

5. Raymond: Dalgona Coffee

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Raymond is our bougie king. You cannot tell me that he wouldn’t love to sit as his desk, drinking this Dalgona Coffee by Tania Pilcher every morning before getting to work on his memoir.

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You don’t need to go to your favorite coffee shop (especially if it’s closed due to quarantine) to treat yourself to this creamy, velvety, decadent Dalgona Coffee, which has been taking the world by storm. This is a perfect way to mix up your usual coffee routine!

6. Julian

Vegan Gluten-Free Unicorn Chocolate Cupcakes With Unicorn Horn

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These Unicorn Chocolate Cupcakes by Holly Jade scream Julian. They’re sparkly, cute, and have a unicorn horn. He would absolutely love them.

Do you need a bit more magic in your hum-drum life? Then these are the cupcakes for you. The moist chocolate buttermilk cupcakes are topped with a decadent buttercream frosting and decorated with all of the toppings to bring your childhood dreams to life. These cupcakes are great at a party and provide the perfect canvas to show off your creativity.

7. Marina: Pink Strawberry Cake

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One look at Marina and you can tell that she loves pink. That’s why this Pink Strawberry Cake by Holly Jade is so perfect for her.

It’s moist, light, fluffy, and delicious. With a burst of fresh strawberries and a delightful pastel pink cake, it’s not only gorgeous on the eyes, but tastebuds too!

8. Fauna: Rustic Apple Tart

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Fauna is our cottagecore queen! You know that when she’s home and not crafting, she’s baking the most delicious, rustic bread and cakes. That’s why this Rustic Apple Tart by Teri Macovei is perfect for her!

This makes a wonderful dessert and will stun your guests with how pretty it is! Classic flavors of cinnamon and fresh-cut apples, on top of a gluten-free, vegan flaky crust. It’s one inviting and warmly spiced apple tart!

9. Diana: Champagne Cake With Roasted Blueberries

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Similar to Raymond, Diana is bougie, snooty, and so cute. This Champagne Cake With Roasted Blueberries by Emily Fraser is just her style!

Not only is this cake gorgeous, but champagne is literally baked right into the spongey layers. It’s also studded with roasted blueberries and slathered in a creamy, vanilla-blueberry frosting. Yum!

10. Marshal: Easy Vanilla Marshmallow Shakes

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Even though Marshal always looks a little annoyed, he’s such a little marshmallow. He would love these Easy Vanilla Marshmallow Shakes by Tori Cooper.

You’re only 5 ingredients and less than 5 minutes away from this fluffy vanilla dream of a milkshake.

11. Lucky: Rice Crispy Mummies With White Chocolate Coating

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Our boy, Lucky, is next with these adorable Rice Crispy Mummies With White Chocolate Coating by Heidi Turunen! You could even use something yellow for the eyes and add little chocolate chip dog ears to make them look even more like him!

They’re quick and easy to make — no baking necessary. They’re gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and can be made gluten-free if you swap the puffed rice for puffed quinoa. The white chocolate coating is easy to drizzle to look like “mummy wrappers,” so you don’t need to be a professional (or amateur) baker to make them look amazing.

12. Judy: Galaxy Doughnuts

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Last, but certainly not least is Judy! She has such iconic colors and starry eyes, which make these Galaxy Doughnuts by Robin Means stellar for her. They’re just as cute and would definitely make her smile!

The doughnut itself is dense and chocolatey with hidden, good-for-you ingredients like zucchini and carrot. The icing is sweet and sugary and you can get as creative as you want when it comes to decorating each doughnut with your own edible universe. Not only that, if you don’t have a doughnut pan, you can make cakes, so it’s super-versatile.

Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home!

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health, and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer and has many side effects.

For those of you interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help reduce your environmental footprint, save animals and get healthy! And, while you are at it, we encourage you to also learn about the environmental and health benefits of a plant-based diet.

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