From Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars to Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette, our top eight vegan recipes of the day!

From Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars to Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette, our top eight vegan recipes of the day!

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 so many different flavors and foods, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Stuffed Peppers

Vegan Stuffed Peppers

Source: Stuffed Peppers

This stuffed pepper from Hannah Sunderani is healthy and satisfying, vibrant and flavorful. And these stuffed peppers are perfect for when you need an easy weeknight dinner that you can whip up effortlessly.

2. Citrus Root and Cranberry Oatmeal

Vegan Citrus Carrot and Cranberry Oatmeal

Source: Citrus Carrot and Cranberry Oatmeal

Adding citrus is a great trick to sweeten oatmeal. The brightness of citrus adds great flavor to the oatmeal. so less sugar is needed. In this Citrus Carrot and Cranberry Oatmeal from Lauren Smith, it’s better to use more fresh cranberries than dried cranberries because they ‘pop’ as they cook, get their sour juices through the porridge and add great flavor.

3. Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Pap

Vegan Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Pap

Source: Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Pap

There’s nothing better than a warm bowl of nutritious porridge to start the day, warm up the tummy and give you the sustained energy you need to do all the things you need to do before noon. This apple-cinnamon-quinoa porridge from Taryn Fitz-Gerald is just that! Fill you up and keep you busy until your mid-morning snack, or even lunch! It consists of a handful of ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make.

4. Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette

Vegan Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette

Source: Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette

Make this Mango Nutty Nutella Pie Galette from Mireille Aikman for your friends and family. A creamy mix of chocolate and fruit, so delicious! Are you ready to learn how to make your own mango nutty nutella pie galette? Let’s start!

5. Artisan sweet potato and onion bread

Vegan artisan bread from sweet potato and onion

Source: traditional sweet potato and onion bread

If you decide to make this Artisan Loaf of Sweet Potato and Onions by Lydia Filgueras, give yourself plenty of time. You have to prepare an appetizer the night before and there is a long period of bulk fermentation before the loaves can be formed. Then rise for another hour and a half before the bread is baked. You have to be patient… but it’s worth it!

6. Simple Bao Buns With Hoisin Eggplant And Quick Pickled Carrot

Vegan Simple Bao Buns with Hoisin Eggplant and Quick Pickled Carrot

Source: Simple Bao Buns with Hoisin Eggplant and Quick Pickled Carrot

Chinese bao buns (pronounced ‘bow’) are slightly sweet, steamed, airy dough bags filled with a savory treat. Traditionally, the buns are made using yeast in the dough, which must be kneaded and risen before steaming. Since most of us are short on time, this version is a faster “cheats” version. Since the dough has a sweetness to it, the filling in these Simple Bao Buns with Hoisin Eggplant and Quick Pickled Carrot from Jo Pratt benefits from a powerful flavor punch delivered by the sticky hoisin eggplant.

7. Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars

Vegan Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars

Source: Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars

These bars are the perfect dessert when you’re craving something unique and full of flavour. These Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars from Krisztina Berta have crunchy almonds, pistachios, soft dates and fresh lime juice, and it all comes together to make this perfect chewy and absolutely delicious bar.

8. Salted Caramel Tarts

Vegan Salted Caramel Tarts

Source: Salted Caramel Tarts

Are you a fan of salted caramel? Then these Salted Caramel Tarts from Harriet Porterfield are for you! Light, creamy and surprisingly healthy, these little salted caramel tarts are just what you need to celebrate the start of spring. No bake, dairy, gluten and refined sugar free, they are the perfect dessert for when you want something sweet yet light.

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