When something goes viral, you knows it’s a must-check-out sort of thing. These recipes are no different. They’re simple, delicious, and are definitely the trending recipes of the week! So, if you’re looking for something new to make or just want to give a plant-based recipe a try, these are the ones you should make! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Chia Seed and Banana Breakfast Cookies
These Chia Seed and Banana Breakfast Cookies by Vicky Coates are loaded with protein, seeds, oats and whole grains for a cookie that packs some serious health benefits. They are the healthiest breakfast cookies…ever! They are both gluten-free and refined sugar free, which makes them an awesome snack, as well!
2. Peanut Butter Coffee Snowball Cookies
Filled with peanut butter and coffee, these Peanut Butter Coffee Snowball Cookies by Jessica Bose are such a delicious treat! They are great for dessert or even breakfast for when you wake up with a sweet tooth.
3. Rice & Bean Burgers
Source: Rice & Bean Burgers
Rice and beans may sound weird for a burger but trust us – it works! This burger is awesome! These Rice & Bean Burgers by Melanie Sorrentino are simple and easy to put together, so make them on or prep them for a night when you just want something quick and easy.
4. Vegetable Pilaf Bowl with Creamy Turmeric Dressing
Pilaf is the term used for rice cooked in seasoned broth. The rice is typically sautéed in oil before the spices and broth are added. The vegetables in this bowl give the pilaf texture, nutrients, and flavor. This Vegetable Pilaf Bowl with Creamy Turmeric Dressing by Sapana Chandra is a great potluck dish, as it tastes delicious both warm and at room temperature.
5. Creamy New England Chowder
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6. Buffalo Mac and Cheese
Source: Buffalo Mac and Cheese
This Buffalo Mac and Cheese by Gabrielle St. Claire is quick, easy, affordable, flavorful, fun, great for entertaining, has aesthetic appeal, can easily be made in bulk, you can add carrots for a nutrient and color boost, it’s perf for any season, non vegan approved, the breadcrumbs add additional texture, you can top with vegan blue cheese if you’re wanting to take this next level.
7. Coconut Black Bean Brownies
Source: Coconut Black Bean Brownies
These Coconut Black Bean Brownies by Natasa Christofidou are vegan, naturally gluten free due to the list of ingredients, and are high in protein thanks to the amazing qualities of black beans and the health benefits and nutritional density of flax seeds. They will allow you to experience a fudgy consistency without worrying about the brownies drying out or resembling a thin sponge cake.
8. Blueberry Smoothie Parfait
Source: Blueberry Smoothie Parfait
This smoothie parfait has refreshing fruity taste, a nice protein punch, and is great for as a breakfast, snack, or dessert! Easy to make and delicious to taste, put together this simple recipe for a filling and healthy meal.
9. Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies
Source: Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies
What better way to end your night, than with batch baking some delicious Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies by Natasa Christofidou? The texture of these oat cookies are what stands out as they’re crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and ooze with melted chocolate at each bite.
10. Tofu Pad See Ew
Source: Tofu Pad See Ew
This Tofu Pad See Ew by Megan Sadd will become your absolute favorite noodle dish! Thai comfort food at its finest, this dish is hearty, sticky and oh-so-delicious. Use the widest rice noodles you can find; the bigger the better.
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