When everyone has a recipe in mind, you know it must have something special that you want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. You are among the best and trust us when we say you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers!
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1. Baked apple cider donuts
Source: Baked Apple Cider Fritters
These delicious Baked Apple Cider Donuts by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek are full of delicious autumn aromas with apple and cinnamon. Just the thing for a foggy, cool late autumn afternoon with a steaming cup of tea.
2. Indian style cauliflower rice
Source: Indian style cauliflower rice
This Indian-style cauliflower rice by Nikki and Zuzana made from turmeric, lime, and pistachio is an easy and quick side dish that is gluten-free and grain-free. It’s a healthy addition to your vegetarian curries, buddha bowls, and salads.
3. Victoria Sponge
Source: Victoria Sponge
A Victoria Sponge by Aimee Ryan is a light, airy sponge with a sweet and creamy filling: my idea of heaven.
4. Coconut Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies
Source: Coconut Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies
Tough, soft, and slightly crunchy coconut walnut chocolate chip cookies. These Coconut Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies from Taavi Moore are easy to prepare and completely free from eggs and dairy products.
5. Salted caramel apple crumb bars
Source: Salted Caramel Apple Crumb Bars
These salted caramel apple crumb bars by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek are your simple solution if you are craving an apple pie but are short on time. Vegan, easy and delicious! A full plant-based and decadent treat.
6. Pistachio muffins
Source: Pistachio Muffins
What’s fabulous about these Gabrielle St. Claire pistachio muffins is everything! It’s a basic muffin recipe, has minimal ingredients, no dairy or eggs, has less sugar than most recipes, is packaged with spinach for a vibrant color, has a rich pistachio flavor, is buttery smooth, has aesthetic appeal, and is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Perf for spring and is a pistachio lover’s dream!
7. White Bean & Artichoke Patties
Source: White Bean & Artichoke Patties
These tasty and nutritious white bean and artichoke patties from Planted and Picked are great for making weekend meals. Keep them in the refrigerator and heat them up for a quick lunch or dinner during the week. You can also serve them as a starter in entertainment.
8. Double Chocolate Chunky Monkey Baked Oats
Source: Double Chocolate Chunky Monkey Baked Oats
If there’s one breakfast I love during the winter months, it’s baked oats! These Vicky Coates Double Chocolate Chunky Monkey Baked Oats sound very forgiving and are actually very healthy!
9. Fried cauliflower soup
Source: Roasted Cauliflower Soup
This roasted cauliflower soup by Julie Zimmer is smooth, fluffy, light and creamy without cream and world class. As with other cruciferous vegetables, cauliflower is a great source of antioxidants. If you can’t bring yourself to eat it steamed, raw, or cooked, then consider roasting a whole head and making a delicious creamy soup like this one!
10. Portobello pot roast
Source: Portobello Pot Roast
This portobello pot roast by Emese Maczko and Nandor Barta is a hearty, filling, and calming dinner for any day of the week. It’s a stew that’s easy to make, especially meatless. The variety of vegetables as well as the large portobello mushroom caps make it a complete menu for the whole family.
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