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! Our newest recipes include scones and curry, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!
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1. Simple Snow Peas with Red Curry Coconut Broth
This Simple Snow Peas with Red Curry Coconut Broth by Kate Friedman is perfect for cozying up on a chilly evening. It’s both spicy and sweet—products of the red curry paste and creamy coconut milk. I chose snow peas as the vegetable because I love their crunch and their brilliant green color against the red curry broth. Like curry powder, this red curry paste is an easy single ingredient that brings a lot of flavor to a dish.
2. English Scones with Jam and Whipped Cream
Buttery, moist, and sweet vegan English scones flavored with dried cranberries and vanilla. These English Scones with Jam and Whipped Cream by Harriet Porterfield come together in one bowl and are ready in less than 30 minutes. Served with my simple 2 ingredient coconut cream and strawberry jam.
3. Fiesta Spiralized Salad
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This fresh and light Fiesta Spiralized Salad by Lena Ropp with spiralized veggies and flavorful dressing is a masterpiece of flavors. The flavors of the the seeds in this sauce, combined with the tartness of the lemon, and balanced with the sweetness from the maple syrup were wonderful. With one life-changing kitchen gadget, you can enjoy all the flavor, taste, and texture of your favorite pasta dishes.
4. Drizzled Cinnamon Roll Bread
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5. Chickpea and Mushroom Burger
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This Chickpea and Mushroom Burger by Lenia Patsi is so delicious and will impress vegans and non-vegans alike! It’s made with simple ingredients and is a great way to sneak in legumes if you have picky eaters in the household.
6. Beer Battered Onion Rings
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If you’re going to a Super Bowl party this year, these Beer Battered Onion Rings by Ashley Hankins will be more popular than the halftime show! You can make the onion rings a couple days before so all you have to do is fry them up the day of the big party and they’ll stay crispy for hours. Honestly, these vegan beer battered onion rings are so delicious, you don’t even need a sauce, but who doesn’t want some ranch?These vegan beer battered onion rings are paired with a vegan jalapeño ranch dressing that is perfectly spicy and tangy.
7. Chocolate Coconut Cream Puffs
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A chocolate cream puff. Does it get more decadent?! We like to make them bite size: the perfect portion of rich, creamy and oh-so-fluffy. It’s hard to believe all that fanciness is the product of a very ordinary (accidentally vegan) canned biscuit. It can be our little secret. Try out making these Chocolate Coconut Cream Puffs by Katie Koteen! Reprinted with permission from Frugal Vegan by Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee, Page Street Publishing Co. 2017. Photo credit: Allie Lehman
8. Creamy Mango Chia Pudding
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Easily digestible, packed with antioxidants and full of high-quality plant-based protein, this energizing rawCreamy Mango Chia Pudding by Nikki and Zuzana is a beautiful start to any morning. It’s also a great post-workout breakfast option. The fun thing about making chia pudding is that it’s very versatile and infinitely customizable.
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