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. Morning Cleansing Smoothie
Source: Morning Cleanse Smoothie
When you get up, your body breaks the fast of sleep. That is why the first meal is called breakfast. Your body is in a very delicate state at this point and must be gently guided towards the encounter with food. It is crucial to have a very light and easily digestible breakfast to start the day. This Morning Cleanse Smoothie from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is the perfect way to do it!
2. Eggplant And Pepper Caponata
Source: Eggplant and Bell Pepper Caponata
Caponata, a vegetable dish consisting of eggplant and bell pepper, is very easy to make as you just chop everything up, put it in the pan step by step and let it boil. You get this creamy richness from the aubergine, a slight sweetness from the peppers, salt from the capers and a ton of freshness from all the spices! It really is a delicious and simple dish that anyone can make… Yes, anyone! This Aubergine and Bell Pepper Caponata from Kristen Genton is completely customizable, so feel free to experiment with your own additions — some people add sweet vinegar, olives, or beans, and sometimes sugar to offset the tartness of the vinegar and capers. However you want to eat it, it will be delicious.
3. BBQ Ribs
Source: BBQ Ribs
These BBQ Ribs from Maggie Jonckheere are vegan, gluten-free and healthy. They’re also chewy, so you’ll get a similar experience to eating non-vegan ribs!
4. Baked Deluxe Potatoes With Mayo Sauce
Source: Baked Deluxe Potatoes With Mayo Sauce
Luxury potatoes are a delicious alternative to French fries. They are cut into wedges and cooked with aromatic herbs until crisp. These fancy baked potatoes with mayo sauce from Yana Chistyakova are a lot healthier than fries you’d get at a drive-thru because they’re cooked in the oven. They are also full of flavor and aroma! You can serve the Deluxe potato wedges with the Vegan Deluxe sauce which is made with homemade vegan mayonnaise (but you can also just buy some in the store), tofu and spices. These homemade potato wedges are the perfect side dish or snack! You must try them!
5. Chickpea Miso Noodle Soup
Source: Chickpea Miso Noodle Soup
This Chickpea Miso Noodle Soup from Kris Dee comes together in 30 minutes or less, making it perfect for a weeknight dinner!
6. Apple Pie Bars
Source: Apple Pie Bars
These apple pie bars are the perfect sweet treat! These Apple Pie Bars from Natalie Yonan are easy to take with you on the go and are delicious to make when you don’t feel like turning on the oven!
7. Green Avocado Lime Smoothie
Source: Green Avocado Lime Smoothie
An easy avocado lime green smoothie recipe. This Green Avocado Lime Smoothie from Caroline Doucet is nutritious, filling and perfect for breakfast or as a tasty snack. It’s made with just a handful of ingredients, including a frozen banana, avocado, spinach, hemp hearts, lime, and plant-based milk.
8. Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos
Source: Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos
Here’s a snack that will disappear in an instant. This Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos from Rachael Hutchings is made from layers of tortilla chips, topped with BBQ jackfruit, black beans, chopped tomatoes, sliced green onions, and pickled jalapeños. Then it is drizzled with creamy cashew nacho cheese sauce and the whole process is repeated again. The nachos are then baked in the oven to warm them up and garnished with ripe avocado, tomatoes, and fresh herbs.
9. The Ultimate Chili
Source: The Ultimate Chili
Omnivore and picky eater approved. Need we say more? This The Ultimate Chili from Kris Dee is the ultimate comforting protein-packed dinner, which can be loaded with plenty of fresh toppings.
10. Breakfast Quinoa Fruit Salad
Source: Breakfast Quinoa Fruit Salad
Tired of oatmeal, chia pudding or bread for breakfast? Try this Breakfast Quinoa Fruit Salad from Julie Van den Kerchove! It’s packed with flavor and high in protein – perfect to keep you going until lunch. I’ve been adding quinoa to my lunch salads for years, but only recently started using it for breakfast. I find it really easy to digest, easier than oatmeal, and you can experiment with so many flavors!
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