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 viral 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 viral recipe creations from our bloggers!
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1. Middle Eastern-Style Veggie Bake
Source: Middle Eastern-Style Veggie Bake
Vegan Middle Eastern food is full of flavor and really fun to make! I am in a ‘bake’ super zone presently – every cell of my body tells me to create bakes, to fuse, to go with my creative instinct – which I have to say is working overtime – and I can barely keep up with it. Now, I have created a most wondrous bake – after tasting it, I was lost for words! I merged the flavors of the Middle East with a touch of Greek and Turkish, and I simply couldn’t believe the taste of this. You are going to love this vegan Middle Eastern-Style Veggie Bake by Mouthwatering Vegan (Miriam Sorrell)! For best results, make, bake, and share with non-vegans! Who doesn’t love vegan Middle Eastern food?
2. Simple Asparagus Rigatoni
Source: Simple Asparagus Rigatoni
3. Tandoori Chickpea Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
4. Vanilla Maple French Toast Bake
Source: Vanilla Maple French Toast Bake
This Vanilla Maple French Toast Bake by Nicole Malik is an easy one-pan casserole tastes exactly like traditional French toast, but it’s 100 percent vegan and a lot less work! You can even prepare this the night before and pop it in the oven in the morning. That’s a win!
5. Apple Plum Crisp
Source: Apple Plum Crisp
This Apple Plum Crisp by Shanika Graham-White—the epitome of warm, sweet, rich Fall spices, and everything nice. Based with tenderly cooked apples + plum and comes well coated with Fall spices; this crisp is topped with toasted gluten-free oats and is a guaranteed staple for the entire family. Made in just 45 short minutes and is a great Fall favorite!
6. Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic
The flu is hitting & hitting hard. This tonic was made in hopes to give than extra immunity boost. Knock on wood, it’s working! Heads up; this tonic is strong. Be prepared, but it’s packed with vital nutrients and vitamins to keep your immunity in tip-top shape. Pair this Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic by Robin up with washing your hands every second you get, and hopefully, we all survive this winter.
7. Black Bean and Red Lentil Soup
Source: Black Bean and Red Lentil Soup
If you’re looking for an easy soup to make, this Black Bean and Red Lentil Soup by Wholesome LLC is the one for you! And made with all ingredients you may already have in your pantry. If not, get them at your next grocery visit and save then for the end of the week because canned beans, canned tomatoes, and bagged lentils have a long shelf life.
8. Double Decker Black Bean and Corn Salad Tacos
These Double Decker Black Bean and Corn Salad Tacos by Nisha Vora of the best of both worlds! A soft corn tortilla gets spread with refried black beans, then wrapped around a crispy hard taco shell, all stuffed with a flavorful corn and black bean salad.
9. Blueberry Scones
Source: Blueberry Scones
Only one bowl and 8 simple ingredients are needed to make these Blueberry Scones by Hayley Canning. Filled with blueberries, they are ready in only 30 minutes! This recipe is something you can make early in the week, to have to snack on. Or it is a great recipe to make for friends coming over for brunch or for your family at breakfast.
10. Sauteed Delicata Squash Rings
Source: Sauteed Delicata Squash Rings
Simply sautéeing squash rings makes for a fast and easy side dish that looks beautifully impressive. These Sauteed Delicata Squash Rings by Rhea Parsons look like a plate of autumn flowers and are pretty enough to be the centerpiece. They are sautéed them with just salt, pepper, garlic, and sage, but if you want a bit of spicy flavor, add some paprika or curry powder. It is highly recommended that you add a topping of breadcrumbs and vegan Parmesan mixed with a little oil. With the topping, they look like onion rings, but much prettier. These are crispy outside, soft and sweet inside and they definitely deserve a spot on your dinner table.
Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home
Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects.
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