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 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!

1. Plant Based Hot and Sour Soup

Vegan Plant Based Hot and Sour Soup

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This Plant Based Hot and Sour Soup soup by Molly Patrick is chock full of healthy and wholesome ingredients to warm you up this chilly season! This soup comes together easily and makes enough for you to have leftover for the week!

2. Pumpkin Lentil Soup

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This homemade Pumpkin Lentil Soup by Michele Elizabeth  is easy and super hearty packed with carrots, potatoes and full of fresh flavors! Vegan and gluten free.

3. Healthy Copycat Snickers Bars

Healthy Copycat Snickers Bars

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These Healthy Copycat Snickers Bars by Mitra Shirmohammadi bars are so good, all without the processed sugar and unhealthy additives! These are great for your next sweet-treat emergency. Coconut flour creates a delicious gluten-free base, with dates and almond butter serving as the gooey caramel.

4. Raw Hot Chocolate

Raw hot chocolate with a strawberry

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This vegan Raw Hot Chocolate by Nikki Stokes is sooooo creamy and warm and tasty and sweet and thick and chocolatey – everything that’s wonderful about hot chocolate.

5. Coconut Lime Bars

Vegan Coconut Lime

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This Coconut Lime Bars by Bake Vegan Stuff, Easy Recipes For Kids (And Adults, Too!), Sara Kidd is perfect if you and your family are a fan of sweet and tart desserts! The addition of the lime zest brings out the tart flavor and make these bars a perfect treat.

6. Cinnamon Roll Cupcakes

Vegan Cinnamon Roll Cupcakes

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A fluffy vanilla cupcake embedded with a cinnamon streusel and smothered in a simple powdered sugar icing. These Cinnamon Roll Cupcakes by Taavi Moore are a delight!

7. Roasted Carrot and Tofu Burgers

vegan Roasted Carrot and Tofu Burgers

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Roasted Carrot and Tofu Burgers by Lydia Filgueras  with sliced tomatoes and avocado might be your answer for a better veggie burger. They’re so colorful with chopped parsley and toasted sesame seeds contributing to the orange of the main ingredient. Many people are open to trying a veggie burger and are disappointed when they try them. Either the patty tries too hard to mimic meat or it’s just a flavorless blob on a bun. That’s not the case with these guys! Say goodbye to boring veggie burgers!

8. Turmeric Flatbread

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Like all breads, the store bought options typically contain many shelf stabilizers and unnecessary ingredients and this recipe is just so hassle free. Skip the market, the endless ingredient lists, and whip up your own Turmeric Flatbread by Gabrielle St. Claire!

9. Hasselback Potatoes

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These Hasselback Potatoes by Lydia Filgueras make for an incredible side dish to a main course! They have crispy edges and achieve a delicious cheesy flavor from the nutritional yeast. Make this along side your next meal for an incredible addition.

10. Carrot Lox

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This super delicious vegan Carrot Lox recipe by Ivy will fool everybody who tries it: visually and taste wise! This vegan lox has a rich “fishy” flavor and the texture is just as smooth and soft as the non-vegan version. Simply INCREDIBLE!

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