As the weather gets progressively colder, we’re craving recipes that are nourishing as well as delicious. Seasonal ingredients shine in these recipes that people have been loving the last week! Our bloggers have brought out the very best of the meals that will keep your belly happy through these autumn months. Check them out to find out why these 10 recipes went viral this week!
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1. Chickpea Spinach Stew
Source: Chickpea Spinach Stew
A comforting and delish bowl of hearty and nutritious, this Chickpea Spinach Stew by Molly Patrick is exactly what you need on the dinner table tonight! Make sure to make enough for leftovers – trust us, you’ll want them!
2. Salted Caramel Breakfast Oat Bars
These Salted Caramel Breakfast Oat Bars by Vicky Coates are the perfect post-workout snack to get you through your day! A delicious, comforting and healthy baked oat bar, packed full of nutrients and flavour and topped with a healthy, sticky salted caramel glaze! What could be better? These Salted Caramel Breakfast Oats Bars are quick, easy and delicious and are gluten-free, vegan, and high protein!
3. Instant Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder
Have you ever wanted to make your own homemade vegetable stock powder, but couldn’t be bothered with the effort Then you’re going to love this Instant Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder by Nikki Stokes. It’s the perfect substitute for store-bought versions and saves you hours of effort and wasted veggies.
4. Creamy Lentil Tomato Soup
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This Creamy Lentil Tomato Soup by Tara Sunshine is a wonderfully creamy, flavorful and nourishing vegan soup made with red lentils, tomatoes, coconut milk, ginger, turmeric, and other Indian spices. Lentils have a slightly nutty, earthy flavour and are rich in protein as well as soluble and insoluble fibre.
5. Pumpkin Oatmeal Lentil Cups
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These Pumpkin Oatmeal Lentil Cups by Larice Feuerstein come together quickly and easily, and are totally customizable. They’re a perfect make ahead option if you’re meal prepping for the week and need something easy to tote to school or work. If you’re tired of getting up in the morning and trying to figure out what to fix for breakfast, make these and you’ll be all set with delicious, nutritious plant-based oatmeal in a cup all week! One less decision to make in the morning!
6. Homemade Dinner Rolls
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This Homemade Dinner Rolls by Mireille Aikman is not only super tasty but also super easy to make. Soft, pillowy with just a hint of garlic. So what are you waiting for? You can’t get better dinner rolls than this. So are you ready to learn how you can make homemade dinner rolls? Let’s get started!
7. Pumpkin Sheet Cake
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This Pumpkin Sheet Cake by Gabrielle St. Claire needs no pitch, because it’s just all that and more! It’s easy, has minimal ingredients, affordable, packs tons of pumpkin, has aesthetic appeal, perf for fall, such a breeze compared to icing a full cake, and will have you reaching for a slice again and again!
8. Vegan Swedish Meatballs + Apricot Dipping Sauce
Vegan Swedish meatballs? You read that right. These Vegan Swedish Meatballs + Apricot Dipping Sauce by Helyn Dunn are so tasty and healthy! Traditionally, Swedish meatballs are made from ground beef and pork, fried and then served in a heavy, sour cream gravy with a beef-stock base. They’re usually enjoyed with Lingonberry jelly. This vegan alternative is made with soy curls and shiitake mushrooms to achieve a tender and light texture. They are seasoned perfectly and taste amazing with the homemade apricot dipping sauce.
9. Seitan and Mushroom Empanadas
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Empanadas are a delicious meal that can carry any filling, even sweet! For savory dumplings you can choose from multiple options, however, these Seitan and Mushroom Empanadas by Yana Chistyakova is one of the richest. In addition to the main ingredients there are other vegetables, such as onion, pepper and eggplant, hummus to add creaminess to the filling and nuts and raisins, to create textures and add a sweet and festive touch to the filling.
10. Simple Red Cabbage Coleslaw
Source: Simple Red Cabbage Coleslaw
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