Last week, a variety of different recipes were buzzing around the Internet, catching the attention of many foodies. Some dishes were savory, some were spicy, and some were sweet, giving a wide range to what attracted all the online recipe researchers. Here are a list of 10 recipes from our bloggers that went viral last week, which are all available on our Food Monster App!

1. Instant Pot Ramen 

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This Instant Pot Ramen by Taavi Moore is extremely tasty and only requires an instant pot and 30 minutes of your time. No big mess, minimal ingredients, and cheap. With a flavorful broth, crispy tofu, and crunchy toppings this will sure satisfy your taste buds.

2. Garlic Miso and Onion Soup

Source: Garlic Miso and Onion Soup

An easy Asian-inspired soup with tofu to fill you up. Plain tofu can sometimes be kind of bland (sorry, tofu, but it’s true). In this recipe by Kinda Vegan: 200 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Meatless Meals, however, the neutral taste of tofu plays well against the miso and garlic. Hooray for an old vegan staple!

3. Apple Rolls 

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These apple rolls by Lenia Patsi are packed full of rich apple flavor. They are not too sweet either. Plus, they are so simple to put together. They will become a go to in your household.

4. Delicate Orange Spice Cake

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This unbelievable cake by Kristen Genton is full of spice with just a hint of citrus. The cake itself is delicate and moist and the fragrance of the spices will fill your home while it’s baking. It pairs perfectly with a fresh cup of black coffee.

5. Superpower Stuffed Poblano Peppers 

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Four huge roasted peppers are stuffed with veggies and spices. Line them up in a casserole for a Southwestern-style meal by Ginny McMeans you won’t soon forget. You can soak the cashews the night before so you can dive right in to the preparation.

6. Chili Masala Tofu Scramble 

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Scrambling tofu is a great way to recreate the taste and texture of scrambled eggs. It’s great as leftovers too! Eat this recipe by Kinda Vegan: 200 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Meatless Meals in a sandwich for a brunch. Make some vegan pancakes, pour a fresh glass of almond milk…and you’ll be ready for anything.

7. Baked Tofu with Spicy Tahini Sauce 

Source: Baked Tofu with Spicy Tahini Sauce

There’s no need for takeout when you’re armed with this recipe by Ginny McMeans. Baked tofu is dredged in a spicy sauce that can be whipped up in an instant. You might be tempted to double the topping!

8. Thick and Creamy Hot Chocolate 

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Is there anything cozier in the winter than sitting by the fire and enjoying a warm cup of cocoa? If you are looking for a vegan hot chocolate that is thick and creamy and delicious and Paleo and even healthy for you, this recipe by Holly Bertone is the only one you’ll need.

9. Broccoli Veggie Dippers 

Source: Broccoli Veggie Dippers

Get your vegetables the fun way. These dippers by Ginny McMeans are small patties that you can pick up with your fingers. Eat them plain or dip them into your favorite sauce. Party food!

10. Mushroom Stroganoff 

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This is a classic comfort food dish that pairs perfectly with a cracking fire and snow falling outside your window. After you’ve made this mushroom stroganoff by Molly Patrick once once, you will quickly add it to your weekly dinner rotations until tank top season, at which point, you only might give it a rest.

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