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 chickpeas and palm cake so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Uncanny Chickpeas

Vegan Uncanny Chickpeas

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I readily admit I love the convenience of canned beans. But I had a bad experience with my favorite brand that shall remain unnamed: they sold big cans of beans cooked to perfection, but then something happened and the cans had way more liquid than actual beans. After recurring issues and some very feeble customer service response, I decided to cook my own and came these Uncanny Chickpeas by Celine Steen. I’m grateful because they are even better. And it doesn’t even take that long. Not to mention, it’s cheaper. In your face, nameless brand.

2. Palm Cake 

Vegan Palm Cake

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This Palm Cake by Planterra Conservatory has become one of the most requested items by guests of all dietary preferences at the Planterra Conservatory – not just from those who follow a planted-based diet. The popular hors d’oeuvre is made from hearts of palm and artichoke hearts, and it delivers a savory, multi-dimensional bite, much like pan-fried goat cheese or a crab cake, but made only from ingredients grown under the sun.  By overwhelmingly popular request from fans around the U.S., Planterra has released an adapted recipe for those who wish to make the dish at home as an entrée salad.


3. Quesabirria Tacos

Vegan Quesabirria Tacos

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These Quesabirria Tacos by Mitch and Justine Chapman are a mess worth making. Each tortilla is dipped in a rich, savory broth, stuffed with crispy oyster mushrooms, and fried on each side. Serve each one with extra sauce, fresh veggies, and plant-based cheese. This dish is a true expression of Mexican flavors at its finest!


4. Chocolate Spread

Vegan Chocolate Spread

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This revolutionary healthy Chocolate Spread by Jamie Raftery has just 4 ingredients – takes 30 seconds to make – contains no nuts – no added oils and comes full of brain-boosting omega fats and minerals. You will never go back to store-bought chocolate spreads ever again and this recipe provides a digestive rest from overindulgence of nut-butters!


5. Chocolate Coconut Granola

Vegan Chocolate Coconut Granola

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An easy Chocolate Coconut Granola by Caroline Doucet. This granola is made with 10 ingredients and 1 bowl in less than 15 minutes of preparation. It also happens to be vegan and gluten-free!

6. Carrot Cake Ice Cream Sandwich

Vegan Carrot Cake Ice Cream Sandwich

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A fun twist on traditional carrot cake! This Carrot Cake Ice Cream Sandwich by Krisztina Berta takes all the flavors of carrot cake (carrots, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves and orange) and loads them into tasty carrot cake ice sandwiches. Soft and chewy oatmeal cookies loaded with lots of grated sweet carrots sandwiching a generous filling of creamy pineapple-banana ice cream. These cookies make an excellent vehicle for sneaking more ice cream into your life. It’s creamy, sweet, tangy, rich, and makes a refreshing dessert.

7. Nut and Date Lollipops

Vegan Nut and Date Lollipops

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Coat it in chocolate and the kids are excited; serve it on a pop stick and it’s next-level excitement! These Nut and Date Lollipops by Judy Moosmueller, with their toffeelicious-can’t-quite-stop-at-one flavour, will be a massive hit!


8. Egg-Free Fortune Cookies

Vegan Egg-Free Fortune Cookies

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These Egg-Free Fortune Cookies by Bianca Haun are the perfect way to finish up your favorite Chinese carry-out type meal. You can insert your own fortunes for your friends, family, and colleagues too. Not only are they completely vegan, they’re also naturally colored with beet juice.

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