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When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible creations from our bloggers that you can find on our Food Monster App!

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1. Herb Cauliflower Fritters 

Vegan Herb Cauliflower Fritters

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What’s fab about this Herb Cauliflower Fritters by Gabrielle St. Claire is everything! It’s packed with cauliflower, fresh herbs, involves a handful of ingredients, packs tons of flavor, perfect for any season, great for entertaining!

2. Sweet Potato, Kale, and Black Bean Quinoa Salad 

Vegan Sweet Potato, Kale, and Black Bean Quinoa Salad

Source: Sweet Potato, Kale, and Black Bean Quinoa Salad

A Sweet Potato, Kale, and Black Bean Quinoa Salad by Caroline Doucet made with roasted sweet potatoes and black beans. Toss in a simple garlic vinaigrette and nutritional yeast for a nutritious, light meal that’s packed with flavor.

3. Vanilla Cupcakes With Vanilla Cream Frosting 

Vegan Vanilla Cupcakes With Vanilla Cream Frosting

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Ohhh, the frosting… Truth be told, these Vanilla Cupcakes With Vanilla Cream Frosting by Crissy Cavanaugh are just a vehicle for the vegan vanilla frosting! Whipped coconut milk with vanilla and a hint of sweetness. You might *accidentally* forget about making the cupcakes all together and just pipe the frosting onto a spoon! The best part about these beauties is that no white flour or white sugar was used!

4. Mushroom à la King  

Vegan Mushroom à la King

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Yum! Did you ever have Chicken à la King? How about Turkey à la King? Enter this fabulously scrumptious vegan version of the creamy à la King: Mushroom à la King by Helyn Dunn! It’s made with mushroom, onion, bell peppers, cashews, peas! Super creamy and delicious. Serve this mushroom à la King with rice or bread for yummy dinner!

5. Lemon Garlic Hummus 

Vegan Lemon Garlic Hummus

Source: Lemon Garlic Hummus

This Lemon Garlic Hummus by Daniela Modesto is perfect to make for a dip or to add to sandwiches. It definitely tantalizes your taste buds!

6. Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce 

Vegan Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce

Source: Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce

This Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce by Helyn Dunn is a beautiful and flavorful plant-based dish! Gobi Musallam is a delicious north Indian version of whole roasted cauliflower that makes such a lovely presentation and is ultra delicious! Gobi is Hindi for cauliflower and musallam is a Mughal word meaning “whole.”

7. Oil-Free Baked Tofu 

Vegan Oil-Free Baked Tofu

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You are going to love this Oil-Free Baked Tofu by Marina Yanay-Triner! It is crispy, healthy, nutritious, and so delicious even without using tons of added oil, like most baked tofu recipes tend to.

8. Black Bean Falafel 

Vegan Black Bean Falafel

Source: Black Bean Falafel

These Black Bean Falafel by Yana Chistyakova are full of protein and flavor! Seasoned with garlic, parsley, cilantro, salt, and pepper, they are the perfect savory snack or meal! They are great to pack in lunch boxes or bring on-the-go.

9. Asian Sesame Noodle Salad

Vegan Asian Sesame Noodle Salad  Source: Asian Sesame Noodle Salad

This Asian Sesame Noodle Salad by Stephanie McKinnie is wonderful served as a meal or side dish. Sesame oil and rice wine vinegar have got to be one of the most harmonious combinations ever! You can serve it cold or room temperature thus making it the perfect dish to bring to a party or potluck.

10. Cakey Pancakes 

Vegan Cakey Pancakes

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This creation really evokes the fluffiness and taste of a cake more than it does a pancake. After all, the term “pancakes” was coined because they’re a cross between crepes and cakes, but these vegan pancakes are even more cakey than that. These airy Cakey Pancakes by Agnes Potier-Murphy are gluten-free and make use of leftover oat pulp, which is always a plus if you’re someone who makes a lot of home-made plant-based milk!

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