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 skillet cake, pho, and oatmeal so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!

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!

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1. Chocolate-Espresso Skillet Cake

Vegan Chocolate-Espresso Skillet Cake Source: Chocolate-Espresso Skillet Cake

Skillet cakes are fun to make, and are wonderful to make with kids since they can add whatever toppings they like! For this Chocolate-Espresso Skillet Cake by Nicole Malik, the cake batter mixes up quickly in a single bowl, then you simply bake and serve the cake straight from the skillet. Yum!

2. Vietnamese Pho

Vegan PhoSource: Vietnamese Pho

This amazing Vietnamese Pho by Jenny Connelly will be your new favorite dish! If you have any soup leftover, it tastes just as great the next day or you could even try freezing it for a day you don’t fancy cooking.

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3. Easy Spinach Balls

Vegan Spinach BallsSource: Easy Spinach Balls

If you are hungry and don’t have a lot of time: Try these! They take only a couple of minutes and are super delicious. Try out these Easy Spinach Balls by Ivy!

4. Creamy Vanilla Chia Oats

Vegan oatmealSource: Creamy Vanilla Chia Oats

If you want a breakfast that is satisfying, nutritious, packed with protein and the boost you need to start the day then look no further than this Creamy Vanilla Chia Oats by Vicky Coates! Its gluten free, lactose free and of course high protein!

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5. 1-Bowl Vegan Banana Oat Pancakes

Vegan PancakesSource: 1-Bowl Vegan Banana Oat Pancakes

Here’s a sweet and simple pancake recipe for you: 1-Bowl Vegan Banana Oat Pancakes by Hannah Sunderani. They are fluffy, tender and naturally sweetened using coconut sugar. So you can feel good eating a pile of pancakes for breakfast.

6. Peanut Butter Cookie Cake

Vegan cookie cakeSource: Peanut Butter Cookie Cake

Sometimes, it’s simply fun to create baked goods that aren’t super healthy but are made from scratch and whole ingredients. This Peanut Butter Cookie Cake by Amanda Froelich is one such recipe. This peanut butter cookie cake is both delicious and makes a wonderfully sweet treat, but is made with whole ingredients that your body will thank you for!

7. No-Bake Almond Joy Bars
Vegan Almond Joy Bars

Source: No-Bake Almond Joy Bars

These No-Bake Almond Joy Bars by Helyn Dunn are the perfect dessert to make when you’re wanting something sweet! They are ideal for when you want to throw something together without having to turn on your oven!

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8. Instant Sambar with Vegetables for Idli, Dosa

Vegan DosaSource: Instant Sambar with Vegetables for Idli, Dosa

This Instant Sambar with Vegetables for Idli, Dosa by Pavani Nandula recipe is a quick and easy alternative to traditional sambar. Spice paste with lentils & spices makes the sambar thick, flavorful and taste almost like the original version. Perfect to serve with idli, dosa or even rice.

9. Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa

Vegan Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa Source: Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa

If you’re someone who loves fruit forward concepts, this Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa by Gabrielle St. Claire is your fantasy. It’s quick, easy, packs fresh seasonal fruit, basil which adds another element of flavor and enhances the flavor profile of these fruits, low sugar. As a whole, this dish packs flavor, is affordable, one you could put together with your eyes literally closed while hopping on one foot, and doesn’t disappoint!

10. Loaded Nachos With Lentil Walnut ‘Meat’ and Cheesy Sauce

Vegan Loaded Nachos With Lentil Walnut ‘Meat’ and Cheesy SauceSource: Loaded Nachos With Lentil Walnut ‘Meat’ and Cheesy Sauce

This Loaded Nachos With Lentil Walnut ‘Meat’ and Cheesy Sauce by The Surznick Common Room is perfect for a game day afternoon, a loungy Friday night movie marathon, or even a weeknight dinner. The combination of crunchy tortilla chips, lentil-walnut taco meat, and melty cheese sauce will leave you obsessed! You can use as many or as little add-ons as you want and it’ll be a vegan nacho party for your taste buds!

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