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. BBQ Ribs
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These BBQ Ribs by Maggie Jonckheere are vegan, gluten-free, and healthy. They are chewy too so you get a similar experience to eating non-vegan ribs!
2. Asparagus Quiche
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Craving a fancy-schmancy French bistro meal from the comfort of home? Nab some asparagus while you can, and give this Asparagus Quiche by Val & Mani Latifi a whirl!
3. Banana Walnut Muffins with a Maple Glaze
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These are the BEST vegan banana muffins! These Banana Walnut Muffins with a Maple Glaze by Sarah Ottino are extremely fluffy and the maple glaze is like the icing on the cake. They won’t last more than two days in your house. Try adding different types of nuts, chocolate chips, or dried craisins!
4. Chinese Cold Sesame Noodles
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The main ingredient in this dish is Chinese style sesame paste which is very different from Middle Eastern tahini. This is made with roasted sesame seeds. These Chinese Cold Sesame Noodles by Pavani Nandula is very simple with a no-cook sauce. All the ingredients are mixed into a sauce and then tossed with the cooked noodles. You can add more vegetables if you like.
5. Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bars
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These Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bars by Kat Condon allow you to enjoy cinnamon rolls for breakfast – in a healthy, gluten-free way! Made without any refined sugars, these bars are frosted with a subtly sweet cream cheese frosting for the perfect breakfast bite.
6. Jumbo Raspberry Dark Chocolate Oat Biscuits
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These Jumbo Raspberry Dark Chocolate Oat Biscuits by Hayley Canning are dotted with dark chocolate and raspberries and will satisfy your sweet cravings in the healthiest way.
7. Mille Feuille With Homemade Custard
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Mille Feuille is a beloved French pastry with layers of crispy, buttery puff pastry, custard filling, and a chocolate and vanilla frosting. You can get all ingredients for this Mille Feuille With Homemade Custard by Philipp Ertl in your supermarket and baking the dessert is far easier than it seems! All you have to to is to bake a sheet of puff pastry, slice into three equal pieces, make your own vegan vanilla custard (vegan crème pâtissière), assemble and then add the glazing on top.
8. Simple Italian Pasta Salad
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This Simple Italian Pasta Salad by Planted and Picked is a great go-to salad and common meal prep item all year round. It’s simple and it’s fabulous for lunch or as a side. It is also great to bring along to a potluck or a picnic.
9. Green Banana Flour Pancakes
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These Green Banana Flour Pancakes by Mitra Shirmohammadi turn out to be extremely fluffy and delicious.
10. Cashew Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream
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This Cashew Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream by Caroline Doucet is a classic frozen treat with a twist. This vegan vanilla ice cream is made with a base of coconut milk and cashews. Churn it in an ice cream maker and you’ll get the creamiest vegan ice cream you’ve ever tasted.
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