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 salad cookies, and pasta, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!
1. Kale Caesar Salad With Oil-Free Croutons
Not sure about what to take to work for lunch, so that you can actually feel satisfied, energetic, and happy and avoid that post-lunch energy slump? This 3 delicious veganKale Caesar Salad With Oil-Free Croutons by Marina Yanay-Triner will be your new favorite! It is easy to make pack in a container and take with you to work. Plus, it tastes so good that you won’t get sick of it!
2. Apple Lasagna
Source: Apple Lasagna
This Apple Lasagna by Gretchen Price is a delicious and sweet take on the classic pasta dish. Cinnamon sugar apples are layered with a cream cheese mousse and topped with vegan toffee and caramel. What more could you ask for?
3. Strawberry Crumble Cookies With Vanilla Bean Glaze
Strawberry Crumble Cookies With Vanilla Bean Glaze by Angelina Papanikolaou have a buttery base and topping, fresh strawberries, and sweet vanilla bean glaze! So easy and so tasty!
4. Irish Colcannon Soup
Source: Irish Colcannon Soup
A play off the traditional Irish dish of Colcannon mashed potatoes, this Vegan rish Colcannon Soup by Kat Condon combines the flavors of the traditional dish with a slight twist! The traditional soup combines potatoes, cabbage or kale, and butter or cream. This one subs in coconut milk to make it creamy and a delicious blend of spice
5. French Toast Overnight Oats
Source: French Toast Overnight Oats
These French Toast Overnight Oats by Lauren Smith will make you wake up before your alarm. They are filling, sweet, and super creamy. Letting the dates soak with the oatmeal overnight is the secret step that makes all the different. The oats absorb the sweetness and the date pieces get super soft.
6. Roasted Italian Brussels with Arugula Pistachio Pesto
If you love all things Brussels, you’re going to love this modern vegan with Roasted Italian Brussels with Arugula Pistachio Pesto by Gabrielle St. Claire! What’s fab about this recipe, is everything. It’s a quick and easy veggie packed sauce, features staple ingredients, texture, healthy fats, a gorgeous color, the dish can easily be made in bulk, and is perf for any season!
7. Raw Sweet Potato Pad Thai
Source: Raw Sweet Potato Pad Thai
The base for this Raw Sweet Potato Pad Thai by Natalie Yonan is very simple, just slice up all the veggies, blend the sauce and enjoy! Feel free to use a spiralizer to make the sweet potato noodles, but a mandolin or some other cutting tool works just as fine. If you’re looking for a veggie-centric, vegan dish, this is the recipe for you. It’s fresh, crisp, vibrant, filling and oh so delicious!
8. Middle Eastern Harira Soup
Source: Middle Eastern Harira Soup
9. Spaghetti Carbonara
Source: Spaghetti Carbonara
This Spaghetti Carbonara by Kirsten Kaminski is a veganized, healthy version of a classic, spaghetti carbonara. Imagine the creamiest non-dairy sauce, slightly flavored with a cheesy and egg-y note, paired with little bits of smokey and crunchy plant-based ‘bacon’ – yum! What’s great about this recipe in particular is that you can totally adjust the sauce according to your own taste, add more or less cheesiness, spices, or egg flavor!
10. Seitan Parmesan
Source: Seitan Parmesan
Meat-free chicken parm? Yes, please! This Seitan Parmesan by Melanie Sorrentino tastes just like the old classic, right down to the savory flavor and meaty texture. Serve it on top of your favorite pasta, tomato sauce, and plenty of melty vegan cheese.
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