From Summer Rainbow Ratatouille to Smoked Paprika Cheesy Beans Potato Skins: Our Top Eight Vegan Recipes Of The Day!

From Summer Rainbow Ratatouille to Smoked Paprika Cheesy Beans Potato Skins: 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 pies and rice pudding, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Summer Rainbow Ratatouille

Vegan Summer Rainbow Ratatouille

Source: Summer Rainbow Ratatouille

This Summer Rainbow Ratatouille from Hannah Sunderani may look like an intimidating dish, but it’s a simple vegetarian stew made with colorful tomato, zucchini, eggplant, summer squash and fragrant herbs, baked in a cast iron skillet or casserole until tender and bubbling. . Ratatouille is a classic summer dish from Provence, in the south of France. Leave it to the French to make a simple stew so impressive! We absolutely love this French-inspired rainbow ratatouille for dinner, and often include it in our weekly rotation.

2. Smoked Paprika Cheesy Beans Potato Skins

Vegan Smoked Paprika Cheesy Beans Potato Skins

Source: Smoked Paprika Cheesy Beans Potato Skins

The ultimate comfort food, these Smoked Paprika Cheesy Bean Potato Skins from Amy Lanza have a tender potato skin filled with tasty smoked paprika beans with a cheesy center. They are vegan, gluten free and so easy to make.

3. Meatballs with black eyes

Vegan Black-Eyed Bean Meatballs

Source: Black-Eyed Bean Meatballs

Black eyed beans combined with vegetables, herbs, spices and a binding agent (eg breadcrumbs / nuts / oats), these Black-Eyed Bean Meatballs from Lenia & Dimitra make a delicious and nutritious dish, ideal even for children who refuse to eat legumes!

4. Pizza with four onion pesto

Vegan pesto pizza with four onions

Source: Four Onion Pesto Pizza

There’s nothing like the fun of making a pizza to bring people together. This Four Onion Pesto Pizza from Aurora Steen has a vegan pesto recipe and recommended toppings, including four types of onions. The great thing about pizza, though, is that you can seriously top it with whatever you want. Make it your own, get rid of some of the stuff that has been sitting in your pantry and most importantly, enjoy how quick and delicious this one is to make!

5. Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies with Chili Coconut Ice Cream

Vegan Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies With Chili Coconut Ice Cream

Source: Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies With Chili Coconut Ice Cream

I know the flavors are a bit funky/exotic, but TRUST ME – the result is amazing. The ice cream in this Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies With Chili Coconut Ice Cream from Emily von Euw is made with coconut milk (not technically raw) and raw cane sugar, but if you want to use banana ice cream, go ahead. Just make sure to add some chili powder! In the cookies, the peanut butter flavor comes right through and then you are struck by the taste of basil – it works.

6. Dumplings with a mushroom red wine sauce

Vegan Dumplings With Mushroom-Red Wine Sauce

Source: Dumplings With A Mushroom-Red Wine Sauce

Delicious dumplings with an elegant red wine sauce are the perfect dinner for you and a loved one! Enjoy these Dumplings with a Mushroom-Red Wine Sauce from Petra Vogel that feels fancy and romantic.

7. Chickpea salad wraps with peanut sauce

Vegan Chickpea Lettuce Wraps With Peanut Sauce

Source: Chickpea Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce

Chickpea wraps with peanut sauce and mango are bursting with flavour. These chickpea lettuce wraps with peanut sauce from Maggie Wescott are an easy weeknight meal that’s both healthy and filling. They don’t need to be cooked – just chop and assemble for an easy meal in under 30 minutes.

8. Black-Eyed Pea Burgers With Sugar-Free BBQ Sauce

Vegan Black-Eyed Pea Burgers With Sugar-Free BBQ Sauce

Source: Black-Eyed Pea Burgers with Sugar-Free Barbecue Sauce

These tasty burgers have Southern flair! They’re made with black-eyed peas, oats, and buckwheat flour, so they’re hearty and filling, and served with a smoky, sugar-free barbecue sauce. You can make these any time of the year, whether it’s summer and you’re dining on the porch or it’s winter and you’re longing for warmer days. Serve this Black-Eyed Pea Burgers With Sugar-Free BBQ Sauce from Holly Jade with some vegan cheese, onion, lots of barbecue sauce and your favorite greens.

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