Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just released freshly made recipes in one convenient place! These are the best vegan recipes of the day, and are now among the thousands of recipes on ours Food Monster App! Our newest recipes include oatmeal and muffins. So if you’re looking for something new and tasty, these recipes are for you!
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1. 1-bowl baked apple-cinnamon-steel-sliced oats
Source: 1-Bowl Baked Apple-Cinnamon-Steel-Sliced Oats
This: 1-Bowl Baked Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats by Angie Li is super easy to prepare and all you need is ONE BOWL! All you have to do is mix everything in a bowl, pour it into a baking sheet and bake. Then you can already prepare a hearty, nutritious and delicious breakfast for 4 people.
2. Tandoori Chicken Sandwich
Source: Tandoori Chicken Sandwich
This recipe is perfect if you have extra chicken seitan lying around! This Liv King Tandoori Chicken Sandwich is such a tasty, fresh, and satisfying sandwich! A perfectly seasoned vegan chicken-style seitan patty, coated with vegan Greek yogurt and a mixture of spices, served on a hamburger bun, along with a tangy but fresh yogurt sauce and crispy vegetables. You are going to love this sandwich!
3. Pseudo-grain porridge with caramelized banana
Source: Pseudo-grain porridge with caramelized banana
This pseudo-grain porridge with caramelized banana from Nikki and Zuzana is a great alternative to traditional porridge. Pseudo-grains are seed-like grains full of phytonutrients and antioxidants that can help lower blood sugar levels. They are an excellent, highly nutritious gluten-free alternative for those who cannot use nuts or traditional grains for various reasons (e.g., nut allergies or gluten sensitivity). Psoudograine are also a great source of whole protein and provide a healthy dose of fiber.
4. Lemon, blueberry and buckwheat muffins
Source: Lemon Blueberry Buckwheat Muffins
Soft, fluffy and nutty buckwheat muffins with sticky blueberries and a hint of lemon. These Lemon Blueberry Buckwheat Muffins from Taavi Moore are vegan, whole grain, and contain simple ingredients.
5. Mocha overnight oatmeal
Source: Mocha Overnight Oatmeal
This Mocha Overnight Oatmeal from Lauren Smith will delight you for breakfast, because what’s better than chocolate for breakfast?
6. Peanut buttercream and raspberry chiffon cake
Source: Peanut Buttercream and Raspberry Chiffon Pie
There are three textures here – the light chew of the crust, the airy creaminess of the peanut butter layer, and the silky, smooth raspberry layer. This peanut buttercream and raspberry chiffon cake from Annie Oliverio is a must have!
7. Baby Corn Fritter and Spicy Bell Pepper Stir Fry
Source: Baby Corn Fritter and Spicy Bell Pepper Stir Fry
This baby corn fritter and spicy paprika stir fry from Pavani Nandula is a tasty starter inspired by an Indochinese favorite – a delicious combination of colorful peppers fried with spicy chillies, garlic and onions, combined with crispy baby corn fritters. The double frying of the donuts makes them really crispy, the perfect contrast to the soft peppers. Make sure to add the donuts to the bowl right before serving so they don’t lose their texture!
8. Vegetable and tofu ramen
Source: Vegetable and Tofu Ramen
Once you’ve tried this Kayli Dice Vegetable and Tofu Ramen, it will become a lunch or dinner staple in your routine. Not only is this ramen extremely versatile and nutritious, it’s also an umami blast thanks to a mix of mushrooms, soy sauce, miso paste, and toasted tahini. To garnish, sprinkle some crushed red pepper flakes on top, if you prefer it spicy.
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