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From Sweet Potato Salsa Salad To Jerk Meatloaf: Our Top Eight Vegan Recipes Of The Day!

From Sweet Potato Salsa Salad To Jerk Meatloaf: 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 salsa salad and meatloaf, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

We also strongly recommend that you check the Food Monster App – with over 15,000 delicious recipes, it’s the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you get healthy! And don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archive!

1. Sweet potato salsa salad

Vegan Sweet Potato Salsa Salad

Source: Sweet Potato Salsa Salad

If you’re looking for a tasty, healthy salad that’s hearty enough to be eaten as a main course, look no further. This Sweet Potato Salsa Salad from Henry Firth and Ian Theasby is delicious, healthy, sweet and has a fresh taste. If you want to get ahead, roast the sweet potatoes and make the salsa ahead of time, then assemble when ready to serve. If you go to a barbecue, take this with you. If you’re preparing for a party, make this. If you’re a living, breathing human with taste buds, this is for you! Excerpt from BOSH! on a Budget by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby. Reprinted with permission from HarperCollins, 2022.

2. Jerk Meatloaf

Vegan Jerk Meatloaf

Source: Jerk Meatloaf

This plant-based Jerk Meatloaf from Brooke Brimm is another delicious choice if you’re cooking for a group or family!

3. Lemon muffins

Vegan Lemon Muffins

Source: Lenia & Dimitra lemon muffins

These Lemon Muffins from Lenia & Dimitra are easy to put together and make an excellent, quick breakfast or snack!

4. Creamy Latte of Saffron and Fennel

Vegan Creamy Saffron and Fennel Tea Latte

Source: Creamy Saffron and Fennel Tea Latte

We hope this Creamy Saffron and Fennel Tea Latte from Claire Ragozzino warms your soul and makes your morning rituals a little sweeter.

5. Spicy ‘baked’ beans

Vegan Spicy 'Baked' Beans

Source: Spicy ‘Baked’ Beans

This flavorful, smoky bean stew is a miracle. These Spicy ‘Baked’ Beans from Lenny Wu are made in one pot with pantry staples, not to mention super delicious.

6. Mini Cherry Cheesecake Cups

Vegan mini cheesecake cups with cherries

Source: Mini Cherry Cheesecake Cups

Creamy cheesecake delight in flakey phyllo cups – yum! These Mini Cherry Cheesecake Cups from Emilie Heck are filled with an easy vegan cheesecake filling based on cream cheese and garnished with homemade maraschino cherries. Once you’ve tried them, you’ll never want to go back to the things that come out of a jar. These are great party desserts, or desserts for yourself, if you want to grab a bite of something sweet every day.

7. Lunch Plate After Workout

Vegan lunch plate for after training

Source: Lunch plate after training

Dietitians agree that a post-workout snack or meal should contain carbohydrates and protein. This Post Workout Lunch Board from Vegan Boards by Kate Kasbee offers both hydrating fresh fruit and healthy fats in addition to hydrating. While a baked product may not seem like a healthy choice, this Lemon Blueberry Quinoa Muffin is made with whole grains and free of refined sugar. A suitable serving for this plate is half a muffin – share it with your training partner. Berries, edamame, almonds and celery with hummus round out this colorful and nutritious lunch spread that will help you refuel after exercise.

8. High Protein Creamy Tofu and Avocado Paste

Vegan High Protein Creamy Tofu and Avocado Pasta

Source: High Protein Creamy Tofu and Avocado Paste

In this High-Protein Creamy Tofu and Avocado Pasta from Caroline Doucet, the creamy sauce made from avocado is mixed with tofu, garlic, basil and lemon juice for a protein-rich choice. If you want even more protein, you can always add roasted chickpeas.

Learn how to prepare plant-based meals at home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant foods is known to help with: chronic infectionheart healthmental healthfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health, and Lake† Unfortunately, dairy consumption has also been linked to many health problems, including: acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer, and has a lot effects

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