Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! We have cake, salad, and crackers, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!

1. One-Bowl Banoffee

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This One-Bowl Banoffee by Tallie Samuels takes truly one bowl and is so delicious! Must try! It makes a perfect dessert!

2. Marble Cake

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You probably already have all the ingredients for this Marble Cake by Melanie Kröpfl at home! The dough is stirred quickly in just one bowl and the finished cake tastes so irresistibly delicious that no one will believe that it was baked free of eggs.

3. Almond Flour Pineapple Upside Down Cake

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Lightened up Almond Flour Pineapple Upside Down Cake by Lauren Kirchmaier is made gluten-free and vegan with almond flour and sweetened with pineapple and unrefined coconut sugar.

4. Spring Beluga Lentil and Beet Salad With Coriander Vinaigrette

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This Spring Beluga Lentil and Beet Salad With Coriander Vinaigrette by Claire Ragozzino incorporates the tastes that balance Kapha dosha in early spring – basil, sprouts, coriander and clove are all astringent and promote gentle cleansing. Beets are also wonderful detoxifiers, supporting elimination and purification of the blood. And all lentils are also wonderful protein source. Give this tasty salad a try!

5. Coconut Berry Shortbread Tart 

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This Coconut Berry Shortbread Tart  by Taavi Moore is a lot healthier than you might think. It is only sweetened with maple syrup and the crust is 100% gluten-free and just binded with coconut oil.

6. Tahini Salad Dressing 

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This is a 5-minute Tahini Salad Dressing  by Marina Yanay-Triner that you can throw together in a bowl without a blender will re-inspire you to enjoy your veggies and massive salads!

7. Mac and Cheese 

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This vegan Mac and Cheese  by Marina Yanay-Triner is super simple, low fat, oil-free, nut free and absolutely delicious.

8. Whole Wheat Irish Soda Bread 

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This Whole Wheat Irish Soda Bread  by Jessica Bose is leavened with baking soda instead of yeast, using buttermilk to activate the baking soda. It is a wonderful and versatile homemade bread that you can enjoy however you like.

 9. Tofu Banh Mi 

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Check out this ofu Banh Mi by Vegan Punks! If you punks haven’t heard of (or tried) banh mi yet, you’re missing out. It’s a classic Vietnamese dish, generally consisting of a baguette (a.k.a. banh mi) filled with a mix of meats and vegetables – of course, there’s no meat in sight with our tofu banh mi!

10. Everything Bagel Crackers 

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These Everything Bagel Crackers by Quelcy Kogel are for those chill dinner parties. They’re hearty, salty and extremely snackable, but you can still dress them up and take them to nice places too. Bringing a vegan cheese plate with homemade crackers to a dinner party is a surefire way to impress.

11. 6-Ingredient Banana Chocolate Mud Cake With Peanut Butter Frosting 

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This 6-Ingredient Banana Chocolate Mud Cake With Peanut Butter Frosting  by Talida Voinea is awesome for when you have a bunch of ripe bananas, but want to go beyond the usual banana bread. Made from oat flour, almond butter, and mashed bananas, this chocolatey fruit-sweetened dessert has a texture similar to a mud cake. It’s topped with a sweet maple-peanut butter frosting that seeps into the cake and makes it even more indulgent. It pairs beautifully with strawberries, but any fresh berry works, too.

12. Spicy Sriracha Buttermilk Biscuits 

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Is there anything better than a warm, buttery biscuit at breakfast on Sunday morning or with a hearty dinner? We can’t think of anything. These Spicy Sriracha Buttermilk Biscuits  by Emily Brees are fluffy and moist, thanks to the non-dairy milk and nicely golden and flaky after just 20 minutes in the oven. Pair these with a flavorful Sriracha compound butter and dig in!

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