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 a chocolate chip skillet cookie, matcha rice crispy treats, and a paleo caramel macchiato, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!

1. Sloppy BBQ Chickpea Sandwiches

sloppy joe bbq chickpea

Source: Sloppy BBQ Chickpea Sandwiches


Sweet and mildly spicy, hearty and delicious, this Sloppy BBQ Chickpea Sandwich by Jenn Sebestyen is husband, kid, and carnivore approved! The easy coleslaw is the perfect cooling contrast to the BBQ sauce. It comes together quickly and easily. You’re going to want seconds! The BBQ sauce is a little sweet and a little heat balance perfectly in this easy blender sauce. It will make you want to slather everything in BBQ sauce!

2. Pumpkin Velvet Cake with Buttercream

Pumpkin Velvet Cake with Buttercream

Source: Pumpkin Velvet Cake with Buttercream

This Pumpkin Velvet Cake with Buttercream by Gretchen Price is perfectly velvet-y and wonderful to make for the autumn season. Feel free to use your own tastes for how much of a spice you want!

3. Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Skillet Cookie

Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Skillet Cookie

Source: Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Skillet Cookie


Easy vegan and grain-free skillet cookie made with almond butter, almond flour, and naturally sweetened with coconut sugar and paleo chocolate chips. You just need 6 ingredients, a small caste iron skillet, and a love for gooey cookies. Almond butter keeps the recipe oil-free, while almond flour keeps things grain and gluten-free. This deep dish cookie is lightly sweetened with coconut sugar and plenty of paleo chocolate chunks! Enjoy this Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Skillet Cookie by Lauren Kirchmaier is a decadent dessert that is whole foods based. Fudgy and moist, it’s perfect for satisfying a sweet-tooth!

4. Loaded Breakfast Sandwich 

Vegan Loaded Breakfast Sandwich

Source: Loaded Breakfast Sandwich

A flavorful Loaded Breakfast Sandwich by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD made with tempeh carrots and a mix of spices. In this recipe, the patty is made from tempeh (fermented soybeans), carrots and a unique mix of herbs and spices. The ingredient list is long but you’re just measuring and tossing everything into a food processor. These patties are both flavorful and filling and you can enjoy them on their own, with a side of breakfast hash or as a sandwich!

5. Matcha Crispy Rice Treats

Vegan Matcha Crispy Rice Treats

Source: Matcha Crispy Rice Treats


The earthiness and slight bitterness of the matcha gives a nice flavor (and color!), but is cut down by the other ingredients. If you don’t like straight matcha but like it in lattes, you will definitely love these treats. The cashew butter also gives a subtle nutty flavor that complements the matcha really well. Try these Matcha Crispy Rice Treats by Charlie Rioux!

6. Curried Red Kuri Squash Soup

Vegan Kuri Squash Soup

Source: Curried Red Kuri Squash Soup

This Curried Red Kuri Squash Soup by Charlie Rioux is simple and spicy! The addition of garam masala will change the hue a bit, but the flavor will still be delicious!

7. Veggie Quinoa Sauté and Beet Sesame Sauce

Veggie Quinoa Sauté and Beet Sesame Sauce

Source: Veggie Quinoa Sauté and Beet Sesame Sauce

Vibrant beet sesame sauce is the star of this vegan Veggie Quinoa Sauté by Kristina Humphreys. Smooth and creamy with subtle flavors of garlic and a tangy sweetness, the sauce tastes amazing when spread over sautéed mushrooms, onions, and beets. This sweet and savory element elevates a regular vegan quinoa bowl to a whole new level. When drizzled over the quinoa and sautéed veggies, the creamy sesame sauce enhances their natural taste and texture. Beets are truly a wonder food — incredibly high in iron and betalains (a phytonutrient with anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties). Basically, they are packed with nutrients that increase health, which are much-needed during these winter months!  Add nutrient-rich beets to broccoli, protein-packed quinoa, peas, and mushrooms, and you will have a nutrient-rich, wholesome vegan quinoa bowl of goodness.

8. Roasted Curry Cashews

Vegan Roasted Curry Cashews

Source: Roasted Curry Cashews


Every now and then, people want to snack. Of course, it’s easy to reach for a bag of potato chips, pretzels or peanuts. And in moderation, each of these is fine. But, there are healthier – and tastier – alternatives: like this smokey and delicious snack packed with protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants! Try these Roasted Curry Cashews by Julie Zimmer!

9. Hot Chocolate Nutella French Toast

Hot Chocolate Nutella French Toast

Source: Hot Chocolate Nutella French Toast

Uh-huh, you read that title right. All your wildest dreams are going to come true with this super-indulgent and crazy delicious weekend brunch recipe for Hot Chocolate Nutella French Toast by Clémence Moulaert. Or midweek recipe. Heck, have this for dinner if you want! I called it “hot chocolate” because it tastes the way I make hot chocolate: thick and luxurious, extra chocolatey, bittersweet. In short, totally irresistible.

10. Paleo Caramel Macchiato

Vegan Gluten-Free Paleo Caramel Macchiato

Source: Paleo Caramel Macchiato

You can cup your hands around this delicious Paleo Caramel Macchiato by Sabrina Estafo anytime of the year! The coffee and vegan salted caramel sauce becomes inseparable as they mix together to craft this esteemed, warm beverage. It tastes just like the one you know and love, but better, because it’s completely dairy-free, refined sugar-free, vegan, gluten-free, clean-eating, and guilt-free!

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