There is something special about these recipes that gained viral attention. Bursting with flavor and creativity, our bloggers fell nothing short of superb with this diverse range of dishes. There is a little bit of everything for everyone’s tastes in this list, and there is no doubt why these recipes gained so much popularity. Take a look below and on the Food Monster App to see for yourself.

1. Moroccan Red Lentil Soup

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Made with a mix of warm spices, veggies, herbs and lemon juice, this Moroccan Red Lentil Soup by Julie Zimmer is bold, beautiful, hearty and healthy. Made with natural ingredients, there’s no need to add bouillon cubes or stock. Just add water and the ingredients will cook, merge and create their own stock.

2. Rosemary and Parm Biscuits

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This is your staple biscuit recipe brought to you by Gabrielle St. Claire. It features minimal ingredients, minimal steps, packs flavor, notes of parmesan, can easily be made in bulk, perf for any season, great for entertaining, perf side for some faux fried chicken or soup, has aesthetic appeal, and the truffle maple syrup just puts this concept over the top!

3. Vegan Korean Glazed Fried Chicken Tenders

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The flavor in these Korean Glazed Fried Chicken Tenders from Melanie Sorrentino is scrumptious! It is so good that once you start you will want to finish the entire place and ask for seconds!

4. Roasted Carrots

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Not just for Easter or Passover brunch or dinner, these Roasted Carrots by Holly Bertone are going to be a side dish rotation for your weekly dinners throughout the year. They are easy to make, and they are Paleo, gluten-free, and vegan. The taste is amazing as-is or you can top them with crushed pistachios. They are fancy enough to make for any holiday dinner and easy enough to take to a potluck.

5. Sundried Tomato Pesto

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Here’s to all our fellow pesto lovers… this Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto from Kristen Kaminski is amaaaazing! You’re gonna love it! You can use it in so many different ways – on pasta, sandwiches or simply on crackers as a yummy snack in between meals.

6. Feijoada (Brazilian Black Bean Stew)

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Hearty, comforting and stick to your ribs Vegan Feijoada. This Brazilian black bean and mushroom stew by Pavani Nandula is the answer to chilly winter meals.

7. Chia Pudding Parfait

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A super simple and tasty Chia Pudding Parfait. This recipe from Kennedy Kitchings is perfect for when you want a nourishing breakfast but are also on the move.

8. Pico de Gallo

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Pico de gallo is one great dip or salsa. This salsa fresca by Mireille Aikman is great with nacho chips, a delicious topping on your tacos, a super tasty side dish or to spice up your salad.

9. Green Soup

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A great tasty way to get your daily greens is through this green soup variation! This soup by Rosie Daykin is filled with healthy vegetables and is also packed with flavor!

10. Snickerdoodles

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These homemade vegan Snickerdoodle Cookies by Michele Elizabeth are the best and super easy to make! Sweet, sugar and cinnamon form this chewy cookie.

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