From Lentil Pancakes with Leftover Vegan Dal to Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies: 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Final Week!


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. Lentil pancakes with leftover vegan dal

Source: Lentil Pancakes with Leftover Vegan Dal

These leftover vegan dal lentil pancakes from Priya Lakshminarayan are a powerful, nutritious recipe made with leftover dal. They make a healthy vegan breakfast / snack recipe!

2. Rajma curry

Vegan Rajma Curry

Source: Rajma Curry

This Rajma Curry from Trudy Geneus is great for lunch or dinner!

3. Mulligatawny

Vegan Mulligatawny

Source: Mulligatawny

This Mulligatawny from Aimee Ryan is a marriage of British and Indian ingredients to create a healthy yet flavorful soup that is full of flavor. It’s one of the best things for a cold or when you need a pick-me-up.

4. Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies

Vegan chunky vegan oat cookies

Source: Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies

These Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies from Vicky Coates … are filled with nutrient-rich ingredients. Not only do they make a great snack, but you can even have them for breakfast! In addition to being vegan, these cookies are gluten-free, refined, sugar-free, and full of healthy fats!

5. Mediterranean chickpea stew

Vegan Mediterranean chickpea stew

Source: Mediterranean Chickpea Stew

This Karen Sheer Mediterranean chickpea stew is made with ingredients from the pantry: chickpeas, extra virgin olive oil, diced tomatoes in juice, sun-dried tomatoes and tomato paste. Add fresh ingredients – potatoes, carrots, onions, spinach and Mediterranean spices from the cupboard.

6. Peanut butter oatmeal granola bars

Vegan peanut butter oatmeal granola bars

Source: Peanut Butter Oatmeal Granola Bars

Tough, sweet, and simple peanut butter oatmeal granola bars with chocolate chips and pumpkin seeds. These peanut butter and oatmeal granola bars from Taavi Moore are extremely easy and quick to prepare. They’re the perfect snack for your fridge and a pick-me-up during your busy school or work day.

7. Spicy roasted chickpeas

Vegan Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

Source: Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

These Spicy Roasted Chickpeas from Hayley Canning are the most addicting snack of all time. They are perfectly hot, crispy and of course so delicious. Best of all, they’re high in fiber, high in protein, low in fat, and not easier to make!

8. Refried beans

Vegan chilled beans

Source: Refried Beans

These refried beans from Mitch and Justine Chapman are super easy to prepare and fit in a variety of recipes such as tacos, burritos or sopes. You can even eat them on their own with tortilla chips. After learning how to make chilled beans at home, you’ll never want to buy cans again! They’re creamy, rich, and perfect to complement any of your Mexican-inspired dishes.

9. Lancashire hotpot

Vegan Lancashire Hotpot

Source: Lancashire Hotpot

A centuries-old dish that is still popular today. Aimee Ryan’s Lancashire hotpot uses jackfruit and oyster mushrooms in a rich sauce and topped with crispy layers of potatoes.

10. Veggie Packaged Thai Noodle Salad

Vegan Veggie Packaged Thai Noodle Salad

Source: Veggie Packaged Thai Noodle Salad

This vegetarian-wrapped Thai noodle salad from Hayley Canning is a 20-minute recipe for a healthy, flavorful dinner. It’s filling, incredibly satisfying, and healthier than you can imagine! Fresh vegetables add the crispy crunch.

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