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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 pickled radish pods and waffles so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives!

1. Quick-Pickled Sweet ‘N’ Spicy Radish Pods

Vegan Quick-Pickled Sweet ‘N’ Spicy Radish Pods

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Unless you grow your own radish plants at home, you’ve likely never seen the long, thin seed pods that emerge once they start flowering. All radish plants produce seed pods that are edible; you may have even come across a patch of wild radishes on a hike and not realized what the pointy-tailed pods were. They appear en masse (a single plant is quite prolific, producing dozens of pods on its flower stalk) at the end of the life cycle, long after the radish root has turned woody and inedible. But even though you can’t harvest the radish, consider the seed pods a bonus harvest—a final hurrah—before you pull the plant up. Pick them while they’re green and fresh (because in a few weeks, they’ll dry out and turn into actual seeds). The crunchy, peppery pods taste like a concentrated radish and can be easily snacked on by the handful. When radish pods are pickled, the sweet and tangy brine in these Quick-Pickled Sweet ‘N’ Spicy Radish Pods by Linda Ly mellows out their spice somewhat and turns the radish pods into a zesty topping for sandwiches and tacos!

2. Turnips With Caramelized Onions and Toasted Lentils

Vegan Turnips With Caramelized Onions and Toasted Lentils

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This Turnips With Caramelized Onions and Toasted Lentils by Rinku Bhattacharya is a perfect dish of turnips that have a hint of flavor and are cooked to delicate and crisp translucency. A simple stir-fry with turnips and turnip greens. Perfect over warm toasted bread and vegan cheese.

3. Green Beans a la Polita

Vegan Green Beans a la Polita

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This Green Beans a la Polita by Lenia & Dimitra is a twist on the traditional Greek recipe of Artichokes a la Polita! This recipe uses green beans instead, but it turns out just as delicious!

4. Sweet Potato Coconut Stew

Vegan Sweet Potato Coconut Stew

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An ultra creamy, hearty, and savory sweet potato coconut stew. This Sweet Potato Coconut Stew by Taavi Moore is comforting and warm winter meal only made in one-pot and takes 30-minutes to make.

5. Buttermilk Waffles With Fresh Strawberry Compote

Vegan Buttermilk Waffles With Fresh Strawberry Compote

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Try out these Buttermilk Waffles With Fresh Strawberry Compote by Dominique Ebra, a wonderfully tasty breakfast! These crispy waffles with a smooth compte will have you starting your morning off right!

6. Potato Leek Quiche

Vegan Potato Leek Quiche

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Presenting, the perfect breakfast! This Potato Leek Quiche by Nele Liivlaid is egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and oil-free! The filling is made by combining shredded potatoes, carrots, and leeks and then covering it with a creamy, cheesy sauce made from chickpea flour before baking in the oven. Light and fluffy, it’s great for that Sunday morning breakfast or for special occasions.

7. Dark Chocolate-Cashew Butter Cups

Vegan Dark Chocolate-Cashew Butter Cups

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These Dark Chocolate-Cashew Butter Cups by Molly Thompson aren’t lacking in the healthy fat department, with both nut butter and coconut oil. I like to end my evening with one or two of these little bites to satisfy my sweet tooth.

8. Chocolate Hazelnut Cashew Milk

Vegan Chocolate Hazelnut Cashew Milk

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The flavor in nut milks is always so smooth without being heavy, they are creamy, and not to mention AMAZING for you! Cashew milk is usually a little bit creamier which makes for a great additive into coffee, smoothies, or just to drink on it’s own. Now, if you think store bought cashew milk is creamy, just wait until you make your own!!! This Chocolate Hazelnut Cashew Milk by Kristen Genton is incredibly smooth and full of flavor!

Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects

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