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. 3-Ingredient Chocolate Coconut Cookies
If you’re searching for the most effortless timeless cookie, you’re going to love these vegan 3-Ingredient Chocolate Coconut Cookies by Gabrielle St. Claire! They are quick, easy, feature only 3 ingredients as the base, uses only staple ingredients, takes minutes to throw together, has no added sugar, no white flour, no eggs, can easily be made in bulk, perfect for any season and you can even skip the chocolate drizzle for an even more effortless cookie!
2. Red Lentil Potato Soup
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This Red Lentil Potato Soup by Petra Vogel is hearty and filling. It’s easy to make this vegan soup with basic ingredients in about 45 minutes. A nice quick simple and tasty satisfying soup perfect for those autumn days.
3. Meatless Meatloaf
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With all the traditional seasonings of the original this vegan Meatless Meatloaf by Alison Corey with chickpeas, peppers, and onions is big on flavor topped with a tomato maple glaze. Perfect as the main dish at your next dinner party, or easy enough to pull together for a weeknight meal.
4. Crunchy Pumpkin Roasted Chickpeas
The perfect snack to satisfy that craving for crunch, these Crunchy Pumpkin Roasted Chickpeas by Kat Condon are super simple to make and make a great high fiber, protein packed snack! Naturally gluten-free and vegan. To achieve perfectly crispy chickpeas, make sure to dry them really well, add the seasonings after roasting them instead of before, roast them at 350°F, and store them in a glass container. You can put them on oatmeal, yogurt, salads, soup, and so much more. The options are endless!
5. Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies
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These may just be the easiest Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies ever! Made with no gluten or oil, these Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies by Nicole Dunai are simple, delicious and a healthier alternative to regular cookies!
6. Mushroom and Herb Pasta
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This creamy Mushroom and Herb Pasta by Hayley Canning makes a quick and delicious dinner or lunch. Packed full of flavor and so rich and creamy. It’s an easy way to get in a serving of greens. Hearty, filling and satisfying this is total comfort food and will satisfy your creamy pasta cravings.
7. Potato and Kale Instant Pot Soup
Source: Potato and Kale Instant Pot Soup
8. Pumpkin Pie Bars
Source: Pumpkin Pie Bars
These easy vegan gluten-free Pumpkin Pie Bars by Alison Corey are made with an oat and almond flour crust, and a pumpkin coconut milk filling, topped with a decadent coconut whipped cream and sprinkled with pumpkin pie spice. It’s a must have on your Thanksgiving table this year!
9. Spicy Indian Scrambled Tofu
Source: Spicy Indian Scrambled Tofu
10. Mushroom and Sage Stuffing
Source: Mushroom and Sage Stuffing
This Vegan Mushroom and Sage Stuffing by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez tastes like Thanksgiving. The recipe uses two pounds of sautéed mushrooms which are deeply spiced with fragrant sage, tossed with soft pieces of whole wheat bread, and complemented by tender-crisp slices of celery. Common brown or white mushrooms (also called cremini) are full of flavor and work perfectly here. These rich ingredients are brightened with handfuls of fresh parsley, a chopped onion, a little salt and pepper, and poultry seasoning. Everyone at the table will love this vegan mushroom stuffing.
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