There are a plethora of flavors featured in this edition of weekly viral recipes! Looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack or sides? You’ll find a recipe below! Looking for something light, filling, savory or sweet? You’ll find a recipe below! Truly, our contributors’ hard work in the kitchen paid off, grabbing viral attention for their delicious and beautiful recipes. Enjoy finding the recipe that sticks out to you on this list, which can also be found on the Food Monster App.

1. Lentil Stew

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Besides being so simple, this plant-based Lentil Stew by Nele Liivlaid is also quite versatile as you can easily turn it into lentil soup by adding more liquid. You can eat it as is, use as dressing for salads or Buddha bowls and even pour over a pasta dish. So, taking the time to prepare this one dish, you can have different meals over the next days.

2. Gluten-Free Banana Bread

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Moist and delicious Vegan Gluten-free Banana bread – great to eat for breakfast or as an after-school snack. Customize this recipe from Pavani Nandula with favorite add-ins.

3. Loaded Cauliflower Soup

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If you’re craving loaded potato soup or a simply all about everything cauliflower, you’re going to love this new vegan Loaded Roasted Cauliflower Soup with shiitake bacon! There is so much to love about this recipe from Gabrielle St. Claire!

4. Air-Fried Pickles with Dairy-Free Ranch

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These air fried pickles from Natalie Martin and Lexie Staten are dipped in a whole wheat flour/ground flaxseed breading and air-fried to golden perfection. Then for optimal enjoyment, we recommend dipping them in our bomb dairy-free ranch dip.

5. Cardamom Coffee Cake Muffins

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Be prepared to become obsessed with these Cardamom Coffee Cake Muffins! These scrumptious muffins by Molly Patrick blend together some of the best sweet ingredients and it produces an outstanding result. Bake these and share with your friends and family to put a smile on their face.

6. Vegan Fried Chicken Tenders 

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These vegan chicken tenders by Melanie Sorrentino are fried gloriousness! They are simple to make and the perfect snack for kids, adults, really anyone!

7. Chocolate Hazelnut Overnight Oats

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These Chocolate Hazelnut Overnight Oats created by Caroline Doucet are creamy, cozy and perfectly sweetened with dates. Blend the milk with the dates and cocoa to ensure the oats are perfectly sweet and creamy (no chunks of dates!)

8. Zucchini Date Muffins

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These Zucchini Date Muffins are not the most traditional blend of ingredients, but they come together to make a delicious breakfast pastry. We highly recommend these delicious muffins found in What the Health for a creative and tasty breakfast.

9. Chocolate Date Steel Cut Oats

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This recipe featured in What the Health is simple, tasty, healthy, and has room for you to throw in your favorite oatmeal toppings! There is something special about the chocolate and date combination in this delicious breakfast combination that makes it a must try.

10. Black Forest Cake

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This version of Black Forest Cake by Lucie Javorska is completely vegan, whole grain, and can be made sugar-free. It’s much more nutritious than the original version, filled with refined sugar, butter, and white flour. Just one slice contains almost a half of the daily recommended intake for fiber and around 25 percent of your iron, magnesium, and phosphorus needs per day!

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