When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers!
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1. Baked Apple Cider Donuts
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These delicious Baked Apple Cider Donuts by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek are full of tasty fall flavors with apple and cinnamon. Just the perfect bite to have on a foggy, chilly, late-autumn afternoon along with a steaming cup of tea.
2. Indian Style Cauliflower Rice
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This Indian Style Cauliflower Rice by Nikki and Zuzana is made with turmeric, lime and pistachios is an easy and quick side dish that happens to be gluten-free and grain-free. It’s a healthy addition to your veggie curries, buddha bowls and salads.
3. Victoria Sponge
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A Victoria Sponge by Aimee Ryan is a light, airy sponge with a sweet and creamy filling: my idea of heaven.
4. Coconut Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Chewy, soft, and slightly crunchy coconut walnut chocolate chip cookies. These Coconut Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies by Taavi Moore are easy to make and completely egg and dairy-free.
5. Salted Caramel Apple Crumb Bars
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These Salted Caramel Apple Crumb Bars by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek are your easy fix when you crave an apple pie, but you are short on time. Vegan, Easy & Delicious! A fully plant-based and decadent treat.
6. Pistachio Muffins
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What’s fab about these Pistachio Muffins by Gabrielle St. Claire, is everything! It’s a staple muffin recipe, has minimal ingredients, no dairy or eggs, packs less sugar than most recipes, packed with spinach for a vibrant color, offers a rich pistachio flavor, buttery soft, has aesthetic appeal, perf for St. Patricks Day, perf for spring, and is a pistachio lovers dream!!
7. White Bean & Artichoke Patties
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These flavourful and nutritious White Bean & Artichoke Patties by Planted and Picked are great for including in your weekend meal prep. Store them in the fridge and reheat them during the week for a quick lunch or dinner. You could also serve them as an appetizer when entertaining.
8. Double Chocolate Chunky Monkey Baked Oats
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If there’s one breakfast I love during the winter months its Baked Oats! These Double Chocolate Chunky Monkey Baked Oats by Vicky Coates sound very indulgent is actually very healthy!
9. Roasted Cauliflower Soup
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Smooth, fluffy, light and creamy without the dairy cream, this Roasted Cauliflower Soup by Julie Zimmer is world class. As with other cruciferous vegetables, cauliflower is also a great source of antioxidants. If you can’t get yourself to eating it steamed, raw or boiled, then think about roasting an entire head and turning it into a delicious creamy soup, like this one!
10. Portobello Pot Roast
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This Portobello Pot Roast by Emese Maczko and Nandor Barta is a hearty, filling and comforting dinner for any day of the week. It is a one-pot meal that it is easy to make especially meatless. The variety of veggies as well as the large portobello mushroom caps will make it as a full course meal for the whole family.
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