Ready, ready, recipes! Here are our just-published, ready-to-eat recipes in one convenient place! These are the best vegan recipes of the day and now part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App† Our latest recipes feature ham and garlic knots, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!
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This Ham from Brooke Brimm is the key to your next gathering. The savory flavors in this dish bring it all together and will delight you and your guests!
2. Blondies with almond butter
Source: Almond Butter Blondies
Since black beans make great brownies, it’s only natural for chickpeas to make great blondies, and especially rich blondies, thanks to the almond butter. Add the optional chocolate or butterscotch chips to these Almond Butter Blondies from Robin Robertson — or not, to your taste.
3. King Oyster Scallops With Lemon Cashew Cream Sauce
Source: King Oyster Scallops With Lemon Cashew Cream Sauce
Scallops are one of the most popular seafood dishes because of their rich flavor and flaky, buttery texture. But do not worry! You can still achieve the same luxurious flavors and textures thanks to these vegan scallops that use King Oyster mushrooms. The stems of these mushrooms look so much like scallops that you will hardly notice the difference! Try this King Oyster Scallops With Lemon Cashew Cream Sauce from Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman!
4. Spicy Garlic Knots
Source: Spicy Garlic Knots
These Spicy Garlic Knots from Sarah Ottino are a bull’s eye!
5. Strawberry Peach Lemonade
Source: Strawberry Peach Lemonade
This Strawberry Peach Lemonade from Katherine Vaught is an easy blender lemonade that is both fruity and refreshing and can be made in just minutes!
6. Bolognese pasta with sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms
Source: Bolognese Pasta with sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms
This Bolognese Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Mushrooms from Stefani Weiss is surprising for two reasons: it’s incredibly easy to make, and this plant-based version of a bolognese tastes better than the traditional version. The sauce is made with sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and fresh basil, then toss it over the pasta with some sautéed mushrooms to complete this tasty soon-to-be favorite meal.
7. Creamy Mac n’ Cheese
Source: Creamy Mac n’ Cheese
This Creamy Mac n’ Cheese from Taavi Moore is ultra-creamy with a smoky cheese sauce based on cashew nuts. If you’re looking for the perfect 30-minute meal for any day of the week, you’ve found the recipe!
8. Artichoke ‘Lobster’ Roll
Source: Artichoke ‘Lobster’ Roll
Lobster roll is a popular New England sandwich that consists of a mayonnaise-based filling in a soft, toasted and buttered bun. This Artichoke ‘Lobster’ Roll from Zsu Dever is easy to make vegan with artichoke hearts, vegan mayonnaise and a touch of dulse seaweed flakes. Transport yourself to Maine with this delicious comfort food sammie!
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