Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes include Porkie Pies and stew so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!
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1. Porkie Pies
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The Porkie Pies by Aimee Ryan is one of the most famous staples in British cuisine. Perfect as a quick snack, at a picnic or as part of a ploughman’s lunch.
2. One-Bowl Chocolate Cupcakes
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This One-Bowl Chocolate Cupcakes by Megan Calipari recipe is a simple + basic chocolate cake. It is moist, delicate, and chocolatey. It pairs well with Vanilla Buttercream, Chocolate Buttercream, or Salted Maple Peanut Buttercream. Or a combination of the three!
3. Veggie Packed Thai Pasta Salad
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This Veggie Packed Thai Pasta Salad by Hayley Canning is a 20 minutes healthy dinner recipe full of flavor. It’s filling, incredibly satisfying, and healthier than you might imagine! Fresh veggies add that needed crispy crunch. The cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, and green onions are all added to the salad raw which means less cooking time.
4. Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies
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Chunky healthy vegan oat cookies…..which are packed with nutrient-dense ingredients. Not only do these Chunky Vegan Oat Cookies by Vicky Coates make a great snack but you could even have them for breakfast! As well as being vegan, these cookies are also refined sugar-free, and are packed with healthy fats!
5. Mediterranean Chickpea Stew
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This Mediterranean Chickpea Stew by Karen Sheer is made with pantry ingredients: chickpeas, extra virgin olive oil, diced tomatoes in juice, sun-dried tomatoes and tomato paste. Add fresh ingredients you have on hand– potatoes carrots, onions, spinach and cupboard Mediterranean spices.
6. Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joes
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This Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joes by Jennifer Harmon is the kind of recipe you need on hand for those nights that you want a delicious meal, but don’t have any time to spend in the kitchen. The mixture, which is composed primarily of tomato paste, garlic, Medjool dates, and onion, simply needs to be blended before left in the slow-cooker. So, go on! Go about your day and look forward to the scrumptious sloppy joes you’ll enjoy later!
7. Bell Pepper and Lentil Sloppy Joes
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These Bell Pepper and Lentil Sloppy Joes by Quelcy Kogel are healthier than the originals yet still fill you with all of the comforts of childhood. Lentils pack enough meaty flavor to make these sloppy joes taste like the real thing, bell peppers add another layer of texture, and the thick tomato paste makes it deliciously saucy. Use organic ketchup to avoid excess corn syrup and sugar and then dig in!
8. Chocolate 3-Layer Cake With Raspberry Fudge Icing
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This Chocolate 3-Layer Cake With Raspberry Fudge Icing by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD is chocolate on chocolate on chocolate and in case that’s not enough, it’s covered in chocolate fudge icing because… why not? A whole food, plant-based chocolate 3-layer cake free of refined sugar, dairy, and oil covered in a 4-ingredient raspberry fudge icing.
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