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. Healthy apple pie oat bars
Source: Healthy Apple Pie Oat Bars
These healthy apple pie oat bars by Vicky Coates are made from all gluten-free and vegan ingredients and are also rich in protein. A delicious breakfast recipe with no added sugar and minimal prep!
2. Greek nachos
Source: Greek nachos
Here, Greek flavors and ingredients are used to add a fun twist to classic nachos. These Greek nachos from Francesca Bonadonna are topped with a homemade vegan tzatziki and some fresh vegetables and offer tons of flavor.
3. Creamy Diane sauce and Swedish “meatballs”
Source: Creamy Diane Sauce and Swedish “Meatballs”
These little no-meatballs are almost a variation on a falafel, but with lentils. This creamy Diane sauce and Megan Calipari’s Swedish “meatballs” are moist, hearty, flavorful, and the sauce makes them creamy and decadent. Top it all off with creamy mashed potatoes and you have the perfect Thanksgiving dinner.
4. Gooey Salted Caramel Tahini Bars
Source: Gooey Salted Caramel Tahini Bars
A no-bake, raw, sticky, salted caramel tahini bar that’s full of all that good stuff – protein, fats, and carbs. These Gooey Salted Caramel Tahini bars by Vicky Coates are gluten-free, vegan, refined sugar-free and high in protein!
5. Pumpkin brownies
Source: Pumpkin Brownies
These pumpkin brownies by Kirsten Kaminski are super easy to prepare because you just throw everything into your food processor and after 30 minutes of baking time you have a tray with these delicious treats!
6. Baigan Choka: Roasted eggplant from Trinidad
Source: Baigan Choka: Roasted Eggplant from Trinidad
Baigan Choka, or roasted eggplant puree, is to Trinidad and Togabo what Baba Ghanoush is to the Middle East. It is traditionally made by roasting eggplants over a grill until they are charred and flavored with smoke. Then the inside is scooped out and mashed with roasted peppers, tomatoes, onions, garlic and butter. This Roasted Eggplant by Baigan Choka: Trinidadian by Nita Ragoonanan is a delicious, aromatic, and creamy dish that is best served with paratha or any type of flatbread.
7. Homemade coconut sour cream
Source: Homemade Coconut Sour Cream
The next time you need sour cream instead of buying one, try whipping up this homemade coconut sour cream from Rhea Parsons. It’s simple and tasty. Enjoy!
8. Gingerbread baked oat cups
Source: Gingerbread Baked Oat Cups
These gingerbread cups from Tara Sunshine, flavored with festive warming spices (see homemade spice mix recipe below) and molasses with black ribbons, were a hit with all my taste testers, children and adult children alike!
9. Sweet Gochujang Tempeh Bao
Source: Sweet Gochujang Tempeh Bao
Homemade bao are a real treat. These sweet Gochujang Tempeh Bao by Francesca Bonadonna are soft and fluffy buns, a little bit sweet and so delicious. Filled with a sweet and tangy tempeh and crispy vegetables, they make a wonderful snack or light lunch!
10. Pot stickers with black vinegar and chile
Source: pot stickers with black vinegar and chile
As with any fussy kitchen chore, dumpling making requires patience and probably shouldn’t be attempted at difficult times. However, if you are reasonably skilled, an army of plump beauties will only be a reward for the time you have spent folding wrappers together. Try these black vinegar and chile pot stickers by Alice Hart!
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