Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! We have soup, pie, and casserole, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!
1. Mushroom Wellington
Source: Mushroom Wellington
This veggie Mushroom Wellington by Fraiche Food, Jillian Harris & Tori Wesszer is packed with goodness, is super hearty, and absolutely craveable, and is a win, plant-based or not. Make this for your next party and it’ll wow your guests, To top it off, the filling can be prepared a day in advance. It is as close to perfect as they come.
2. Vegetable Korma
Source: Vegetable Korma
The vegetable korma curry by Nikki and Zuzana is sweet, mildly spicy, creamy…and super tasty. Plus there is a super quick and easy “curry paste” that is great to have one hand when you are short on time. It has broccoli, sweet potato, and carrots, but you can add in whatever you’d like really. This vegetable korma is so cozy and delicious––perfect for fall!
3. Pastel De Nata
Source: Pastel De Nata
This recipe for Pastel De Nata by Andri Neocleous makes a flaky golden pastry filled with a deliciously smooth custard, and then topped with a beautiful drizzle of icing sugar and cinnamon. These tarts make the perfect sweet treat for any occasion, from enjoying a dessert one night to serving them at a family or friend’s house!
4. Golden Roasted Cauliflower Turmeric Coconut Soup
This Golden Roasted Cauliflower Turmeric Coconut Soup by Tara Sunshine is creamy and comforting — without any actual cream — and infused with a wonderful deep, rich flavor from the roasted cauliflower. Honestly, caramelizing your cauliflower first is a total game changer! This soup is dairy and gluten-free and suitable for vegan, paleo and keto diets. Better still, it’s easy to make and packed with vitamins and minerals, disease-fighting antioxidants, healthy fats, and fibre.
5. Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread
Source: Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread
This Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread by Charlie Rioux is a super easy and delicious baked good for any occasion. It’s low on sugar since bananas provide plenty of natural sweetness. The secret to great banana bread is really ripe bananas with plenty of brown spots. This banana bread is vegan, nut-free, soy-free and oil-free!
6. Macadamia Mayonnaise
Source: Macadamia Mayonnaise
One of the more challenging things about going dairy-free is finding good replacements for old favorites. But with this recipe for raw Macadamia Mayonnaise by Nikki Stokes, you don’t have to go without any more. It’s creamy, it’s delicious and it’s also super simple to make!
7. Round Zucchini Stuffed With Buckwheat and Lentils
This Round Zucchini Stuffed With Buckwheat and Lentils by Lenia Patsi is a tasty version of a traditional dish and very high in protein! Instead of rice, this recipe uses buckwheat and extra lentils. This dish makes a great addition to a holiday feast or any weeknight dinner.
8. Radicchio Vegetable Pie With Olives and Raisins
9. Chili Cornbread Casserole
Source: Chili Cornbread Casserole
The hearty Chili Cornbread Casserole by Melanie Sorrentino is made with rice, kidney beans, crushed tomatoes, and plenty of seasoning. As is, this recipe is ridiculously easy and minimalist. Add some sautéed green peppers and onions into the chili mix if you want to amp it up a bit.
10. Thai Pumpkin Soup With Peanut Butter Roasted Chickpeas
A bowl of warm, spicy and creamy soup is always the answer. This Thai Pumpkin Soup With Peanut Butter Roasted Chickpeas by Maria Engbjerg is a taste explosion with ingredients from Thailand!
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