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 creamy pumpkin pie bars, double chocolate gingerbread cookies, and Roasted Veggie Pizza, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!

1. Shooting Star Pudding

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Traditional rice pudding is gloppy, white, and studded with raisins. By contrast, this Shooting Star Pudding by The Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha and Vicky Collins is made with black rice, traditionally used in Indian and Thai desserts. In addition to being more glamorous than the traditional version, this pudding contains star anise, which might be a novel flavor for your kids. Another perk of this dish is that it gives kids a chance to eat a familiar food (rice) in a totally different presentation.

2. Pumpkin Pie Bars

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These easy vegan gluten-free Pumpkin Pie Bars by Alison Corey are made with an oat and almond flour crust, and a pumpkin coconut milk filling, topped with a decadent coconut whipped cream and sprinkled with pumpkin pie spice. It’s a must have on your Thanksgiving table this year!

3. Spicy Maple Roasted Carrots

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Look at those colors! Roasted carrots are the perfect side dish to share with family and friends this Thanksgiving. Traditional Thanksgiving food may be packed full of flavor, but lacking in color. Tofurkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, everything is just so … beige (well with the exception of  cranberry sauce if thats what you are into). Every Thanksgiving dish needs a pop color. Try sprucing up your plate with roasted brussels sprouts, candied yams, and these Spicy Maple Roasted Carrots by Angelina Papanikolaou!

4. Cornbread

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This delicious Cornbread by Mitra Shirmohammadi is super fluffy, crumbly, and moist! It’s also not overly sweet, but just enough to satisfy a sweet craving and goes perfectly with savory dishes.

5. Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes

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Simple to make and equally as delicious, these gluten-free and vegan Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes by Kat Condon are better than any donut shop! How can you go wrong with a fluffy donut rolled in cinnamon and sugar?! Donut holes are way more fun than your average donut. I mean you literally just pop them straight into your mouth! So try making these vegan Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes––they’re absolutely amazing!

6. Spicy Curried Singapore Noodles

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Who doesn’t love a big ole bowl of spicy noodles? This curried rice noodle, tofu and fresh veggie combo is delicious for lunch or supper and reheats well to make the best leftovers. You know the kind I mean where you open your fridge the next day, hungry and omg..  you forgot you had THIS (cue singing angels). It’s that kind of dish. This Spicy Curried Singapore Noodles by Tara Binder is the ultimate comfort food.

7. Double Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies

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These Double Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies by Danielle Dewar are the holiday cookies you’ve been looking for. They’re allergy-friendly and super flavorful! Chocolate and ginger are a match made in heaven. This cookie is proof. Make them for your holiday party to impress all of your guests. Make sure to make an extra batch to store just for yourself (you won’t want to share!) These chocolate gingerbread cookies are fantastic!

8. Roasted Garlic Lemony Quinoa

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This Roasted Garlic Lemony Quinoa by Molly Patrick is the perfect light lunch or dinner. Even better, add some chickpeas and roasted vegetables on top for a flavorful and filling meal. It’s quite easy to make, especially if you do the Instant Pot version. Parsley, garlic, red pepper, lemon, salt, onion, and quinoa––that’s it. So easy! You have to try this garlic lemon quinoa!

9. Rustic Roasted Veggie Pizza With Lentil Crust

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If you love pizza and you want to eat it all the time, you’re always looking for ways to make it a little bit healthier. Cauliflower pizza crust is a regular on the menu and I’ve played around with several others including a Polenta crust and even a Swiss Chard crust. You have to give this Rustic Roasted Veggie Pizza With Lentil Crust by Kaylee Pauley a try!

10. Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche

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Who says you can’t make quiches vegan?! This delicious Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche by Gabrielle St. Claire is packed with protein thanks to the tofu base and is also infused with classic Italian flavors. Spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, and asparagus are incorporated throughout this quiche and are complimented beautifully by the indulgent vegan cheese. Bring this homemade dish to a brunch and shock your fellow guests with how incredible an egg-free and dairy-free can be!

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