From garlic roasted Brussels sprouts to crunchy honeycomb bars: 10 vegan recipes that went viral last week!

From garlic roasted Brussels sprouts to crunchy honeycomb bars: 10 vegan recipes that went viral last week!

If 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. They are among the best, and believe 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. Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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These Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts from Brooke Brimm taste great with a little garlic and make an excellent side dish!

2. Crispy Honeycomb Bars

Vegan Crunchy Honeycomb Bars

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These Crunchy Honeycomb Bars from Henry Firth and Ian Theasby are an ode to one of our favorite old-school chocolate snacks, the Crunchie candy bar! Golden honeycomb is a lot of fun to make and much easier than you might think. Patience and timing are the keys to getting it just right, so make sure to keep an eye on the ball! We found silicone ice cube trays to be the best recipients for these sweet treats. They are super cheap and you can pick them up online very easily. Make sure to leave the honeycomb alone once you’ve poured it in: don’t move it! Let it cool in the trays for a perfect shape. Excerpt from BOSH! on a Budget by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby. Reprinted with permission from HarperCollins, 2022.

3. Monkey bread

Vegan Monkey Bread

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This easy-to-make recipe is a kid-friendly snack they’ll love. Sugar-free, dairy-free and vegan, this Monkey Bread from Maria Koutsogiannis will satisfy all the dietary needs in your home!

4. Bibimbap

Vegan Bibimbap

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Bibimbap is a traditional Korean street food, usually packed with a variety of contrasting ingredients that, when put together and mashed and eaten together, combine into a harmonious and pleasing confluence of both flavor and texture. Bibimbap is of course a dish to eat casually, but also to experience more deeply: every bite, a balanced, satisfying and irresistible mouthful of tasty food – right down to the last bite. Needless to say, this vegan Bibimbap from Cameron Keller is all that, and more!

5. El Camino Juice

Vegan El Camino juice

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Pineapple, fresh cilantro, spinach, jalapeño, ginger and coconut water combine to make one exquisite juice – it’s so delicious you might want to make it into a cocktail. Try this El Camino Juice from Rouxbe!

6. Garden Picnic Pasta Salad with Vegetables, Herbs and Orange-Miso Tahini Dressing

Vegan garden picnic pasta salad with vegetables, herbs and orange-miso tahini dressing

Source: Garden Picnic Pasta Salad with Vegetables, Herbs and Orange-Miso Tahini Dressing

This Garden Picnic Pasta Salad with Veggies, Herbs, and Orange-Miso Tahini Dressing from The Whole Foods Diet by John Mackey is a creamy umami bomb of earthy deliciousness that’s perfect for dinner or lunch — and for leftovers the next day! Pasta is tossed with shredded kale, blanched broccoli and zucchini, cherry tomatoes, and plenty of fresh herbs, then topped with a simple, healthy, and citrusy dressing. It’s easy to prepare and can be made the day before, so it’s ready to go whenever you want.

7. Raw Vegan Superfood Cake

Vegan Raw Vegan Superfood Cake

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This Raw Vegan Superfood Cake from Lena Novak is a refreshing combination of fruit and nutty flavors that melt in your mouth. This cake is of course also super healthy and can therefore be eaten for breakfast.

8. Cajun Lentil Etouffé

Vegan Cajun Lentil Etouffé

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Today we take things south for some comfort and cordiality. Start making this Cajun Lentil Étouffé from Trudy Geneus — it’s delicious and perfect for a hearty meal!

9. Creamy Chickpea Salad with Fresh Herbs

Vegan Creamy Chickpea Salad With Fresh Herbs

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Creamy chickpea salad with fresh herbs, delicious cashew dressing, scallions and celery is a vegan picnic salad with minimal effort that doesn’t wait for warm weather. This creamy chickpea salad with fresh herbs from Denise Perrault is an excellent substitute for vegan potato salad and is perfect for lunches on plates or between two slices of toast or piled into homemade pita bread.

10. Greek Pasta Salad With Tofu Feta

Vegan Greek Pasta Salad With Tofu Feta

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This Greek pasta salad with tofu feta from Megan Calipari has all your favorite elements from all the Greek salads I’ve had over the years: Kalamata olives, cucumber, tomato, roasted red pepper, and feta. Marinated tofu feta, though. It may sound strange to eat tofu raw, but when it’s marinated this way, it tastes remarkably like feta, so give it a try.

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