When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these viral vegan recipes from our bloggers that you can find on our Food Monster App!
1. Proper Baked Beans
Source: Proper Baked Beans by Olivia Andrews
Baked beans are always something to get excited about. Sweet, saucy beans served on white toast slathered with margarine: so delicious, but hardly the most nutritious start to the day. This recipe has a few veggies snuck in for a slightly healthier version!
2. Salted Caramel and Pecan Cheesecake
Source: Salted Caramel and Pecan Cheesecake
A delectable no-bake cake made for the holidays. This Salted Caramel and Pecan Cheesecake by Teri Macovei is a stunner. There is a nutty bottom with a hint of vanilla, followed by a thin and crunchy layer of caramel, chopped pecans, smooth and creamy cheesecake-like layer, and ending with a luscious melty caramel layer, topped with more crunchy pecans. It’s made to impress and deliver an unforgettable cake eating experience.
3. Wild Rice and Sauerkraut Salad
Source: Wild Rice and Sauerkraut Salad
This Wild Rice and Sauerkraut Salad by Heather Thomas pairs wild rice with that great lean-season preserve, sauerkraut, here made with green cabbage. Foraged wild rice is available, although most of what is in your supermarket will probably be cultivated, so the rice is far less wild than the name implies.
4. Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate and Blackberry Cake With Saffron Frosting
Source: Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate and Blackberry Cake With Saffron Frosting
This Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate and Blackberry Cake With Saffron Frosting by Sirke Reivo is ready for all you chocolate lovers out there! This decadent dark chocolate cake is speckled with juicy blackberries and contains no refined sugar, but it tastes like a dream. It’s topped with a white chocolate saffron frosting that is sweet and creamy and topped with more berries and chunks of dark chocolate for the ultimate presentation.
5. Carrot Ginger Dressing
Source: Carrot Ginger Dressing
This Carrot Ginger Dressing by Ivy is rich, bold, savory, slightly spicy, and delicious! Use it on salads or with any greens that you like!
6. Red Lentil Hummus
Source: Red Lentil Hummus
This Red Lentil Hummus by Lenia Patsi healthy, easy spread that will be good on anything!
7. Jackfruit Frita Quesadillas
Source: Jackfruit Frita Quesadillas
This Jackfruit Frita Quesadillas by Desiree Rodriguez is a vegan take on vaca frita which is normally made with shredded beef inside a quesadilla.
8. Bharli Baingan (Stuffed Eggplant Curry)
Source: Bharli Baingan (Stuffed Eggplant Curry)
Bharli Baingan is a Maharashtrian version of baby eggplants stuffed with fresh coconut, peanuts and spices. You can serve this Bharli Baingan (Stuffed Eggplant Curry) by Pavani Nandula with roti or rice and dal for a filling and delicious meal.
9. Pretzel Buns
Source: Pretzel Buns
These little fluffy pillow are going to be your new favorite thing! These Pretzel Buns by Kirsten Kaminski are ridiculously easy to make and come out perfectly. In fact, these Vegan Pretzel Buns only require 6 very basic ingredients, no fancy equipment and they come out better than the bakery ones – you’ll see!
10. Tropical Pavolova
Source: Tropical Pavolova
This Tropical Pavolova by Olivia Andrews is quite the triumph and tastes just like a meringue! This meringue is made with aquafaba and takes a little more patience and much longer beating and is rather fragile in comparison with its eggy counterpart, but still turns out crisp and chewy. This meringue doesn’t keep very long, and will start to break down quite quickly, so it’s best to serve it immediately once assembled.
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