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 apple tart, blueberry-almond dark chocolate bark, and barley minestrone soup, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!
1. Nourishing Barley Minestrone Soup
This Nourishing Barley Minestrone Soup by Laine Rudolfa is heartwarming! It’s filled with straightening veggies like potatoes, carrots and kale. Barley adds its dose of minerals and will keep you satisfied for longer.
2. Turmeric Flatbread
Source: Turmeric Flatbread
Like all breads, the store bought options typically contain many shelf stabilizers and unnecessary ingredients and this Turmeric Flatbread by Gabrielle St. Claire is just so hassle free. Skip the market, the endless ingredient lists, and whip up your own flatbread!!
3. Apple Tart
Source: Apple Tart
This Apple Tart by Amarilis Moldes is not only beautiful, it is also so scrumptious. The apples are so well flavored and the tart itself is not hard to assemble at all! Bring it to a dinner party or make it for the family – it is going to be a hit either way!
4. Simple Lentil Loaf
Source: Simple Lentil Loaf
This gluten-free Simple Lentil Loaf by Nele Liivlaid is simple, easy, and delicious! It’s great for entertaining meat-eaters because it’s so hearty and flavorful! You could even serve it at Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner! Or make a big batch and freeze the slices for a quick dinner on busy days. This lentil loaf is a great dinner––you have to try it! Plus, with thyme, sage, and rosemary, your kitchen will smell absolutely amazing!
5. Mushroom Gravy
Source: Mushroom Gravy
This gluten free and vegan Mushroom Gravy by James Wythe is the perfect alternative to share at your holiday table! Deep in color and flavor, it looks just like a classic gravy. It is so simple to make and is absolutely packed full of flavor!
6. Coconut Sesame Shortbread Nankhatai
Nankhatai is an Indian shortbread cookie. It gets a sandy delicate texture from the use of semolina and is traditionally made without eggs. It has loads of ghee or clarified butter. This recipe for vegan Coconut Sesame Shortbread Nankhatai by Rinku Bhattacharya uses coconut oil instead of ghee, which also gives the cookies a delicate coconut flavor. It is a delicate and rich tasting cookie that everyone will love! The best part is that it is ridiculously easy to make and quite healthy. You have to try this vegan Nankhatai recipe!
7. Pickled Capers
Source: Pickled Capers
You can easily make these Pickled Capers by Marina Yanay-Triner at home. Most store-bought capers contain a lot of preservatives, and stand on the shelves for a long time. They are devoid of nutrition. When you pickle your own capers, you can have a fun experience of picking them and putting them in brine. It’s very easy, and fun to do as a family.
8. Blueberry-Almond Dark Chocolate Bark
As far as handmade gifts go, this Blueberry-Almond Dark Chocolate Bark by Cathy Elton seems a bit like cheating. After all, you’re just melting some chocolate and throwing some stuff on top. But you can personalize it with your toppings of choice … dried apricots, toasted pistachios, sea salt, candied ginger, cacao nibs … the list goes on. And as simple as it is, it never fails to get an “Oh, wow!” reaction from the recipient. The heart-healthy dark chocolate, dried blueberries, toasted almonds and orange zest will touch your loved one’s heart.
9. Cardamom Chocolate Cake With Rose Cashew Cream
This mini tiered Cardamom Chocolate Cake With Rose Cashew Cream by Courtney West isn’t your typical dessert. The rich, chocolatey layers made from teff flour, arrowroot, and millet flour so it’s gluten-free, and spiced with just a touch of cardamom. A decadent rose cashew cream sits between each layer and it’s garnished with rose sugar and rose petals. This cake is excellent for a birthday or a romantic a dinner for two.
10. Bloody Smoothie Bowl
Source: Bloody Smoothie Bowl
This spooky Bloody Smoothie Bowl by Marina Yanay-Triner is perfect for fall and Halloween, or even any spooky party! Make it for guests, or just for yourself while you enjoy a scary movie marathon. An amazing and nutritious spooky snack!
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