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! Our newest recipes includes oats and cauliflower rice so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Beet ‘n’ Berry Overnight Cauliflower Oats

Vegan Beet ‘n’ Berry Overnight Cauliflower Oats

Source: Beet ‘n’ Berry Overnight Cauliflower Oats

These Beet ‘n’ Berry Overnight Cauliflower Oats by Tara Weir are the perfect breakfast for busy mornings. They’re super healthy and delicious and the color is absolutely beautiful!  Make them the night before and then you can just grab them and go in the morning! Or scoop them into a bowl and enjoy a nice breakfast without having to worry about making it.

2. Cauliflower Fried Rice

Vegan Cauliflower Fried Rice

Source: Cauliflower Fried Rice

A healthy and nutritious Cauliflower Fried Rice by Pavani Nandula that is colorful, filling and great to pack in the lunch box.

3. Papaya Coconut Milk Curry

Vegan Papaya Coconut Milk Curry

Source: Papaya Coconut Milk Curry

This unique curry is composed of fruity papaya along with tricolor quinoa and creamy coconut milk. This Papaya Coconut Milk Curry by Sabrina Dietz is quick to make but tastes amazing. Don’t throw out the papaya seeds, either! They can be ground up into a spice to add along with the others.

4. Chickpea Mushroom Quinoa Skillet Dinner

Vegan Chickpea Mushroom Quinoa Skillet Dinner

Source: Chickpea Mushroom Quinoa Skillet Dinner

This Chickpea Mushroom Quinoa Skillet Dinner by Robin is simply the fastest dinner you can make especially if you have leftover quinoa on hand. Start to finish you’re done and plating in about 12 minutes. Plus, right now, using pantry ingredients is key!

5. Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche

Vegan Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche

Source: Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche

If you’ve got fresh mushrooms, you’re ready to rock. Don’t go about messing with inferior table mushrooms. Get crimini, oysters, baby bella, or something with a bit of flavor and extra B vitamins for this Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche by Travis Piper. Then buckle up. Here’s the deal.

6. Braised Kale and Onion Almondine

Vegan Braised Kale and Onion Almondine

Source: Braised Kale and Onion Almondine 

This Braised Kale and Onion Almondine  by Holly Jade is a delicious dish is just tender enough, with slight bitterness. The onions add their sugars to give it a sweetness and textural contrast. Most importantly, toasted almond topping makes everything green taste better.

7. Spicy Sweetcorn and Onion Fritters

Vegan Spicy Sweetcorn and Onion Fritters

Source: Spicy Sweetcorn and Onion Fritters

These Spicy Sweetcorn and Onion Fritters by Holly Jade are the perfect lunch! Typically, fritters are a batter deep-fried with bread crumbs, but this recipe gives you all the flavors without the deep-frying! The center of each fritter has an onion ring that is not only delicious, but it also keeps the vegan fritters together while they cook. Sweetcorn, coriander, and onion are mixed together for the batter and chili flakes give these vegan corn fritters a little kick. Dairy-free yogurt sauce balances it all out for the perfect vegan fritter!

8. Citrus Corncakes With Kumquat Syrup

Vegan Citrus Corncakes With Kumquat Syrup

Source: Citrus Corncakes With Kumquat Syrup

These Citrus Corncakes With Kumquat Syrup by Amy Lyons will brighten your morning. In this recipe, a cup of orange juice adds a pop of citrus to these cornmeal pancakes. A generous drizzle of the kumquat syrup brings sweetness without being overpowering. Enjoy these pancakes for breakfast, brunch, or even dessert.

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