From chocolate pudding cake to roasted vegetarian pasta with sage cream sauce: our eight best vegan recipes of the day!
On your marks, get set, recipes! Here are our fresh from the mill recipes just released in one convenient place! These are the best vegan recipes of the day, and are now part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster Application! Our latest recipes include cakes and soups, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!
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1. Chocolate pudding cake
Source: Chocolate pudding cake
This rich, decadent and gooey chocolate pudding cake from Pavani Nandula is easy to make and absolutely delicious.
2. Mushrooms Stuffed With Almond Feta
Source: Mushrooms stuffed with almond feta
These Almond Feta Stuffed Mushrooms from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler make a great starter or party snack, but they can also be served with a large green salad for a plant-based meal. A mixture of vegetables, oats and herbs make up the tasty stuffing. Top it off with almond feta and you have a delicious meal!
3. Apple, parsnip and fennel soup with crispy Brussels sprouts with sage
Source: Apple, parsnip and fennel soup with crispy Brussels sprouts with sage
This Apple Parsnip Fennel Soup with Crispy Sage Brussels Sprouts from Claire Ragozzino is the perfect comforting meal to celebrate the fall harvest. The apple brings sweet notes that counteract the starchy and spicy parsnip. For extra texture and veggies, make Crisp Sage Brussels Sprouts to sprinkle on top. This soup is so creamy that your diners won’t believe it is dairy free!
4. Roasted vegetarian pasta with sage cream sauce
Source: Roasted Vegetarian Pasta with Sage Cream Sauce
When we think of fall, we think of flavorful comfort foods and roasted vegetables. This Roasted Vegetable Pasta with Sage Cream Sauce from Kristen Genton is a hearty pasta dish, with seasonal and colorful root veggies, it’s just that kind of meal. Covered with a creamy sauce made with garlic and fresh sage, it offers a balance of flavors between the roasted vegetables and the herb sauce.
5. Chocolate and cookie dough protein bars
Source: Chocolate and Cookie Dough Protein Bars
These Vicky Coates Chocolate Cookie Dough Protein Bars are perhaps the best vegan cookie dough protein bars ever! They’re perfect for no-cook snacks on hot summer days! With a crispy chocolatey buckwheat base and a layer of sweet cookie dough on top, you might even want these vegan cookie dough protein bars for dessert! Creamy dark chocolate and peanut butter with crispy buckwheat puffs are a heavenly match! These will be your new protein bars for sure! These vegan cookie dough protein bars are so fantastic!
6. Quick stir-fry of high protein vegetables
Source: Quick stir-fry of high protein vegetables
7. Onion, fennel and green lentil soup
Source: Onion, fennel and green lentil soup
This onion, fennel and green lentil soup from Stephanie McKinnie is a twist on classic French onion soup with the addition of French green lentils and crunchy fennel leaves. It has such a depth of flavor that will soothe your soul.
8. Mac and Cheese with spinach and tomatoes
Source: Spinach and Tomato Mac and Cheese
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? It’s simply the best when it comes to needing a comfort food that gives you a big hug from the inside out. This spinach and tomato mac and cheese from Emma Blake might not be the healthiest, but this version added spinach and tomatoes, so there’s a little less reason to feel guilty. Life is all about balance anyway, right?
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