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! Our newest recipes include sweet potato cakes and pasta, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Sweet Potato Cakes with Lime and Avocado

Vegan Sweet Potato Cakes

Source: Sweet Potato Cakes with Lime and Avocado

A beautiful little recipe, as suited for a sprightly lunch as for a leisurely weekend breakfast. Make this Sweet Potato Cakes with Lime and Avocado by Alice Hart in a 9-inch (23 cm) frying pan if you don’t have the mini versions, and divide into quarters to serve.

2. Brownie Baked Oatmeal Parfait

Vegan Brownie Baked Oatmeal Parfait

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This Brownie Baked Oatmeal Parfait by Lauren Smith makes the perfect sweet breakfast! With layers of yogurt in between layers of chocolatey oatmeal, it’s a breakfast you won’t want to miss!

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3. Super Berry Bars

Vegan Super Berry Bars

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These are no-bake Super Berry Bars by Alchemy Eats. A healthy oat base with a creamy coconut and vanilla layer, and then topped with a sweet berry layer.

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4. Kale and Mushroom Skillet Pasta

Vegan Kale and Mushroom Skillet Pasta

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This Kale and Mushroom Skillet Pasta by Kristen Genton makes a wonderful dinner! Also, feel free to add much garlic as your heart desires!

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5. Healthy Strawberry and Chocolate Yogurt Bark

Vegan Healthy Strawberry and Chocolate Yogurt Bark

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This Healthy Strawberry and Chocolate Yogurt Bark by Hayley Canning makes a delicious, easy, and healthy dessert!

6. Frittata

Vegan Frittata

Source: Frittata

To make this magical eggless batter, you simply need chickpea flour, nutritional yeast, ground flax seeds, salt, water, and that’s it. If you don’t have some of these items at home, you can easily find them at your local grocery store or online. Within minutes, these simple ingredients transform into a rich and flavorful egg-like frittata without any eggs! Try out this Frittata by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez!

7. Yaki Onigiri: Japanese Rice Balls With Sweet Potato and Avocado Filling

Vegan Yaki Onigiri

Source: Yaki Onigiri: Japanese Rice Balls With Sweet Potato and Avocado Filling

Vegan onigiri are really simple to make (and fun to eat!) Onigiri (stuffed rice balls) are a popular snack in Japan. Typically, onigiri is eaten cold but these yaki (meaning “fried”) and are best right after frying. Quick frying on a hot pan makes yaki onigiri nicely crispy and this Yaki Onigiri: Japanese Rice Balls With Sweet Potato and Avocado Filling by Maikki Vasala is no different!

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8. Champiñones al Ajillo: Spanish Garlic Mushroom Tapas

Vegan Champiñones al Ajillo: Spanish Garlic Mushroom Tapas

Source: Champiñones al Ajillo: Spanish Garlic Mushroom Tapas

Champiñones al ajillo or garlic mushrooms in English is a very popular Spanish tapas dish made from sautéed mushrooms with garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, and chilis. This dish is not popular only in Spain but the Philippines as well, due to Spanish influence. This Champiñones al Ajillo: Spanish Garlic Mushroom Tapas by Raymund Macaalay is usually served as a side dish paired with simple grilled or fried dishes or as a pulutan (finger food) paired with a really cold cerveza (beer).

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