From Tofu Fries with Chili Lime Ketchup to Walnut Blueberry Muffins: 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Final Week!

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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. Tofu fries with chilli lime ketchup

Source: Tofu Fries with Chili Lime Ketchup

Are you looking for a healthy alternative to your beloved potato fries and ketchup? Look no further than these lightly browned tofu sticks for a filling snack or light meal. Air-frying the tofu ensures a perfect finish and a minimal amount of oil. Adding cornstarch to the tofu creates a crispy coating and the added spices fill every bite. Don’t skip the homemade ketchup dipping sauce. You might want to double up on the recipe because these Michelle Anderson Tofu Fries with Chili Lime Ketchup are absolutely addicting.

2. Walnut blueberry muffins

Vegan walnut and blueberry muffins

Source: Walnut Blueberry Muffins

These Walnut Blueberry Muffins from Nikki and Zuzana are the perfect solution for your search for a healthy muffin recipe. They are made only from plant-based whole-food ingredients and do not contain any processed sugar. They’re moist, rich in flavor, and full of omega-3 fatty acids. A great option for a take-away breakfast or a stylish lunch snack.

3. Low Fodmap Rice Pudding with mixed berry sauce

Vegan low fodmap rice pudding with mixed berry sauce

Source: Low Podmap Rice Pudding with mixed berry sauce

If you like desserts that are sweet, but not too sweet, pampering, luxurious, aromatic and, above all, easy to prepare, then this Low Fodmap Rice Pudding with Mixed Berry Sauce by Stefani Weiss with Mixed Berry Sauce is just the thing for you! It is definitely one of the easiest desserts to make. You can add different ingredients or toppings and you will always get different flavors and results.

4. Dark chocolate raspberry cake

Vegan raspberry cake with dark chocolate

Source: Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cake

This decadent and rich dark chocolate raspberry cake from Taavi Moore is topped with creamy raspberry frosting and fresh blackberries.

5. Coconut chia pudding

Vegan coconut chia pudding

Source: Coconut Chia Pudding

Despite their small size, chia seeds are a nutritional powerhouse: they’re full of omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, calcium, fiber, and protein. When mixed with liquid, the fiber-packed seeds are similar to tapioca pudding, but have many other nutritional benefits, including boosting energy, aiding digestion, and stabilizing blood sugar. This coconut chia pudding by Lena Ropp is absolutely delicious with all fruits and berries.

6. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

Vegan oatmeal chocolate chip cookie bars

Source: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Simple and delicious, Angelina Papanikolaou oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are thick, chewy, and addicting. Made from simple ingredients, this oatmeal recipe is becoming a family favorite!

7. Apple Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Vegan apple, oatmeal, and chocolate chip cookies

Source: Apple Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies

These Apple Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies from Julie Zimmer are soft, chewy, healthy and delicious. They contain little granulated sugar and are made from oats, apple sauce and fresh cashew puree. They’re great as a lunch snack or to boost your energy levels before you hit the gym.

8. Creamy red lentil noodles

Vegan creamy red lentil noodles

Source: Creamy Red Lentil Noodle

This creamy red lentil pasta from Stefani Weiss is a great high protein, nutritious vegan recipe with low FODMAP! It’s so easy and delicious!

9. Basil Butter Bean Hummus

Vegan basil butter bean hummus

Source: Basil Butter Bean Hummus

This basil butter bean hummus from Robin Browne is loaded with the delicious basil flavors of pesto and filled with the flavors of tahini, beans, garlic and lemon that make hummus the king of snack times. It’s pretty divine.

10. Fried vegetable hummus

Vegan roasted vegetable hummus

Source: Fried Vegetable Hummus

Hummus has become a mainstream product, but if you’re over a certain age you’ll remember when this humble dish was only seen in ethnic restaurants. What a shame it took people so long to try this creamy, garlicky dip and even longer to experiment with other ingredients in their own kitchen. When you combine eggplant with the other veggies in this toasted veggie hummus from Michelle Anderson and fry them in the open air to perfection, the texture is silky and the taste is smooth and rich. Try this dip with pasta if you want a simple, appetizing meal in minutes.

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