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! We have cookies, kale, and pancakes, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, you are sure to find a new favorite!
1. Cashew Caramel Sandwich Cookies With Homemade Caramel
These Cashew Caramel Sandwich Cookies With Homemade Caramel by Helyn Dunn Surprisingly there aren’t many ingredients in this recipe. It’s fun to make, too! If you have kids around have them help!
2. Asian Kale Salad
Source: Asian Kale Salad
This Asian Kale Salad by Claire Ragozzino carefully balances the flavors used in common macrobiotic cooking. You can enjoy this on it’s own for a light-but-satiating summer salad, or serve alongside a big scoop of warm brown rice, adzuki beans, and mashed sweet potato or sautéed carrots for a complete macrobiotic meal.
3. Gluten-Free Pita Bread
Source: Gluten-Free Pita Bread
Most recipes pita bread contain yeast and most of the time you just don’t have time for that. This Gluten-Free Pita Bread by Kennedy Kitchings might be better described as a flatbread recipe but either works.
4. Tricolore Salad With Capers, Walnuts, Orange, and Lemon Shallot Vinaigrette
For this Tricolore Salad With Capers, Walnuts, Orange, and Lemon Shallot Vinaigrette by Lisa Dawn Angerame because of the three kinds of lettuces. Usually, a tricolore salad calls for arugula, so if you love it or have it on hand, use it in place of the mache. Chop up a handful of walnuts, drain some capers, and supreme an orange by cutting out the individual slices from in between their membranes. Toss everything together in a big bowl. The dressing recipe makes about 1/2 cup so use as much as you like, and if you are making a really big salad, double it.
5. Quinoa Salad With Roasted Beets and Tahini Sauce
Beets, in particular, are tremendously nutritious. They are rich in manganese and folate, as well as a super-powerful plant compound called betalains. They’re what give beets their gorgeous color and provide antioxidant, antinflammatory and detoxification support to the body. This Quinoa Salad With Roasted Beets and Tahini Sauce by Amy Height is a great meal!
6. Zucchini Banana Bread
Source: Zucchini Banana Bread
7. Ragu With Dairy-Free Ricotta
Source: Ragu With Dairy-Free Ricotta
Whip up this easy, veggie packed 25 min vegan ragu with and a dairy free cashew macadamia ricotta. This Ragu With Dairy-Free Ricotta by Harriet Porterfield is made with peppers, mushrooms and lentils and topped with the creamiest homemade dairy free ricotta! Prepare the ricotta the night before. This recipe makes enough for a big jar of ricotta, which can be enjoyed throughout the week!
8. Strawberry Pancakes
Source: Strawberry Pancakes
9. Simple Crab Cakes
Source: Simple Crab Cakes
10. Chocolate Campfire Oatmeal With Graham Crackers
This Chocolate Campfire Oatmeal With Graham Crackers by Lauren Smith is so delicious! Just a drop of this potent ingredient added the campfire feel that s’mores invoke. Then, topped with chopped dark chocolate that got all melty and luscious, this oatmeal felt even more like a real s’mores than the version that actually had marshmallows.
11. Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger
Source: Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger
If you love dense, flavorful meals that don’t disappoint, you have to try this Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger by Gabrielle St. Claire. The burgers are made from seasoned black beans, mushrooms, and plenty of herbs; they’re topped with creamy beer cheese sauce, plus crunchy onion rings. While the ingredients to this homemade black bean burger are varied, the steps are easy-peasy. It’s the ultimate comfort meal. You’ll feel like you’re at the pub without even having to leave the comfort of your home!
12. Chilled Zucchini, Orange, and Basil Soup
This Chilled Zucchini, Orange, and Basil Soup by Philipp Ertl is perfect for a light, healthy summer lunch! Not only is it super easy to make, it’s also low in carbs, but surprisingly filling. The mixture of fresh flavors like raw zucchini, the acidity and sweetness of the orange juice, the fragrance of the basil, and the subtle kick from the tabasco makes this such a refreshing and healthy soup. The pine nuts give add protein and help to fill you up. Easy and nutritious. It will give you a much-needed burst of energy on a hot summer day. The color is also so beautiful! The best thing about this cold zucchini soup is that it only takes about 5 minutes to make in a blender.
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