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 breakfast sausage patties, a realistic heart cake, and cashew butter oat cookies, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!
1. Savory Citrus Arugula Steel Cut Oatmeal
This Savory Citrus Arugula Steel Cut Oatmeal by Lauren Smith will convert all of you sweet oatmeal purists! It has a delicious combination of flavors and is a healthy way to start your day! The citrus and olive oil together really tame the bitter flavor. Even people who do not like arugula will like it in this savory oatmeal recipe! Surprisingly, this oatmeal lends itself too many different toppings quite well. You can add more olive oil, dried cranberries, edamame, roasted chickpeas, pepitas, pecans, or tahini. Try out this savory oatmeal recipe, it’s a great way to switch up your usually sweet breakfasts!
2. Sweet Sriracha Glazed Grilled Carrots
These Sweet Sriracha Glazed Grilled Carrots by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD are sure to make your tummy happy! These carrots make the perfect side dish, but who’s to say no if you want to simply have them all to yourself? This recipe makes getting in those extra veggies a breeze!
3. Cashew Butter Oat Cookies
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4. Tofu Sheet Pan Meal With “Cheezy” Miso Tahini Sauce
Simple and delicious Tofu Sheet Pan Meal With “Cheezy” Miso Tahini Sauce by Lauren Kirchmaier. Serve over quinoa or by itself for an easy and filling weeknight dinner. The tofu browns beautifully alongside the veggies here for a protein-packed entree that’s ideal for meal prep and busy weeknight dinners. Don’t forget the drizzle of “cheezy” miso tahini sauce! It’s the cherry on top of this one-pan vegan meal!
5. Vegan Breakfast Sausage Patties
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Vegan and sausage in the same sentence? Well it’s not quite a meat sausage, but these Vegan Breakfast Sausage Patties by Taavi Moore are the perfect breakfast patty packed with meaty, umami, and smoky flavors. Pair with a buttered English muffin, alongside a tofu scramble, or stuff in a plant-based breakfast sandwich. This quick and easy breakfast patty brings all the right flavors to the table with lentils, maple syrup, herbs, balsamic, and more. These patties are tender, crispy, smoky, and sweet.
6. Gluten-Free Walnut Yogurt Cake
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This Gluten-Free Walnut Yogurt Cake by Mitra Shirmohammadi is super easy to make with just 10 wholesome ingredients. It’s free from refined sugar, sweetened with pure maple syrup, and is dairy-free and vegan.
7. Red Velvet Heart Cake
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Anybody up for some bloody cake?! If you wanna freak your family & friends out just enough to make them gag a bit, this realistic human heart halloween cake recipe is for you. This Red Velvet Heart Cake by Ivy has a red velvet cake inside, layered with red frosting, covered with fondant. So. Freaking. GOOD.
8. Monster Mello Cookies
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These Monster Mello Cookies by Bake Vegan Stuff, Easy Recipes For Kids (And Adults, Too!), Sara Kidd are both chocolatey and perfect for Halloween! The marshmallows melt perfectly and make this dessert a fun one to watch bake in the oven.
9. Puff Pastry Voodoo Dolls
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This Halloween, shake things up a bit with these Puff Pastry Voodoo Dolls by Tina Dawson — not as sugary as the usual treats, but quite delicious. Each doll is sandwiched with a beet halwa filling, so you get that deep red color that’s perfect for the holidays without the artificial coloring. Whether you find them cute or creepy, these still taste yummy.
10. Baked Mashed Potato Witch Fingers
Wouldn’t these look real nice at your Halloween party? When it comes down to it, they are just fries but look how cute and creepy they are! If you don’t want your Baked Mashed Potato Witch Fingers by Tina Dawson looking so yellow, just omit the turmeric and it’ll be more pale and death-like instead! The “nails” are just de-skinned and roasted almonds, so even those are edible. Serve with ketchup for an extra dash of Halloween-appropriate creepiness.
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