Summertime is fast approaching, and it’s time to light up the grill! Everywhere people are looking for fresh finds to kick off the season, and our bloggers did not disappoint. In fact, here are the 15 new recipes that stood out this week amongst our community! We guarantee that you’ll be able to find something that will tantalize your taste buds. Be sure to check out all of these recipes on our mobile app, Food Monster!
This Spicy Broccoli Salad With Peanut Sauce will make even the most blasé broccoli eaters swoon. It has charred broccoli, gorgeous red (and slightly spicy Fresno chilis), crispy garlic chips, toasty peanuts, a fresh sprinkle of cilantro, and a divine spicy peanut dipping sauce. All the elements of this dish come together to make one out of this world plate of veggie deliciousness.
Carob is best known as a chocolate replacement. It has a similar taste, but the key piece is that it does not contain caffeine. This is a great alternative for individual who are not able to have caffeine in their diet. You have to give Pistachio, Sea Salt, and Carob Chip Cookies a try!
This Carrot and Zucchini Hummus Sandwich is so simple and easy-to-make, but so delicious! Carrot and zucchini, respectively, are shredded, combined with hummus and dill, and then slathered on two pieces of crunchy, toasty bread. Lunch made easy (and nutritious)!
These Chocolate Cookie Tarts With Coconut Whipped Cream are fabulous! A rich, chocolate cookie crust topped with homemade coconut cream. The crust is made from cashews and flax, so it’s a little chewy and the coconut whipped cream is about as creamy and decadent a whipped cream you can get. This is the perfect treat to make for yourself or friends.
This Chocolate Orange Granola Bark is awesome. It comes together incredibly quickly and then you need only wait for it to cool. A fair warning, though: the rich dark chocolate, toasty granola crunch, and warm citrus make this bark highly addictive.
Banoffee, simply put, is bananas and toffee. It may seem like a bit of a weird combination, but it’s insanely delicious. Originating in Britain, the dessert is usually made with dulce de leche. This Banoffee Pie In A Jar have all the flavor of the original without the dairy or baking!
A classic French dessert, creme brulée, which translates to “burnt cream,” is a cold, creamy, rich custard beneath a crisp coating of burnt sugar. To get to the custard, you need to break through the sugar, and with each mouthful, you get crunchy bits of caramelized sugar as well. There is decadence in every spoonful of creme brulée, which traditionally requires eggs and heavy cream. This easy, No-Bake Creme Brulée replaces cream with full-fat coconut milk and eggs with custard powder. Serve with fresh mango for a luxurious flavor combo of creamy custard with sweet, juicy mango.
This recipe for Simple Coconut Macaroons that won’t fall apart. They’re free of refined sugar, but still sweet. As they bake, the coconut toasts and takes on a delightfully nutty flavor. You don’t need any special ingredients to make these, either—everything you need is likely already in your pantry.
In this Miso-Roasted Japanese Eggplant and Zucchini Recipe, Japanese eggplant and zucchini are coated in a miso glaze. The vegetables are first roasted in the oven until tender, then coated in a sweet umami mixture, and returned to the oven until the glaze begins to caramelize. The roasted vegetables are flavorful on their own, but the glaze adds both taste and a slightly crisp texture that will have you returning to this recipe again and again. Serve these tender veggies on a bed of rice with sautéed greens, to transform them from a side dish to a complete meal.
Get ready to be blown away by these Creamy Lemon Berry Popsicles. Think homemade creamy vanilla lemon cashew curd with fresh berries, drizzled with dark chocolate. These seemingly decadent frozen treats taste incredible and they are also fairly healthy – as far as desserts go.
The Shooter’s Sandwich is a popular British dish that got its name from the fact that is a sort of portable Wellington. Between two crispy slices of bread is traditionally steak, mushrooms, horseradish, and mustard. The sandwich is pressed overnight so that once cut into, nothing falls out. In this healthier veganized version, mushrooms and kale are the base of the sandwich that is then topped it with crunchy cucumber slices and slathered it with horseradish-Dijon sauce.
Sometimes all a recipe needs is to be smothered in cheese sauce. Baked potato? Put some cheese sauce on it. Roasted broccoli? Pretty much meant to be eaten with cheese sauce. This Life-Changing Cheese Sauce is your new secret weapon in the kitchen. You won’t believe how authentically cheesy it tastes! And get this — it’s super easy!
Sometimes there is no need for frills. One great example of that is this simple recipe for Pan-Roasted Potatoes. The thinly sliced golden potatoes are tossed with a bit of salt, thyme, and rosemary. They are then fried to perfection, making them the perfect addition to any plate.
This Deep Dish Quiche Pizza is out of this world. A sweet potato crust is made from millet and chickpea flours pressed into a cake pan to make it deep dish. lt’s topped with a rich, homemade tomato sauce and filled with a fluffy tofu ricotta and kale filling, roasted Mediterranean vegetables or any vegetables of your choice. The final touch is a drizzle of cheesy tahini sauce. You’ll never get bored of pizza with a dish like this.
These Grilled Zucchini Ribbons With Sriracha Marinade are a fantastic side option at any barbecue. They are slathered in a zesty Sriracha marinade and then grilled until tender and slightly charred. Unique and delicious!
Check out our 10 Easy, Quick Vegan Recipes from May 2018 for some more culinary inspiration. You can find these recipes and many more on our Food Monster App. With over 10,000 recipes right in the palm of your hand, you’ll always have something delicious and new to try. It’s available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. Full of allergy-friendly recipes, subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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