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. Scrambled Veggie Breakfast Hash
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Sunday morning breakfast hash used to be my go-to restaurant order. Of course, it used to include over-easy eggs, hash browns and plenty of cheddar cheese. Talk about sleep inducing. Not anymore. This Scrambled Veggie Breakfast Hash by Kate Friedman is much healthier version drops the eggs and hash browns and replaces them with creamy white beans. Slowly sautéed peppers, onions and garlic serve as the backdrop for a truly savory breakfast that will give you plenty of energy to enjoy the tail end of your weekend.
2. Mango Raspberry Sorbet
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Imagine the day when you could enjoy a cheap, healthy, and delicious frozen treat. Well, thanks to this simple-to-make, 5-ingredient mango raspberry sorbet, that day has finally come! Try out this Mango Raspberry Sorbet by Mitch and Justine Chapman!
3. Cauliflower Steaks With Sweet Pea Purée
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For a unique dinner entrée, give these cauliflower “steaks” a try. Baked to crispy perfection and seasoned with paprika, coriander, and black pepper, this Cauliflower Steaks With Sweet Pea Purée by Helyn Dunn are zesty and flavorful. Sweet pea purée adds a delicious freshness to the dish as well.
4. Easy Sheet Pan Fried Rice and Tofu
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The perfect mix of crispy and soft, and the balance of flavors in this Easy Sheet Pan Fried Rice and Tofu by Robin Runner will blow you away!
5. Penne alla Vodka
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I used to wonder why cooks took the extra step of adding vodka to a tomato sauce. Was it worth all the fuss? As it turns out, the answer is yes. Taste vodka sauce next to any other tomato sauce and you’ll immediately notice that vodka sauce is more complex and flavorful. I made this savory sauce vegan-friendly by swapping out Parmesan cheese for a couple tablespoons (10 g) of nutritional yeast and traditional heavy cream for coconut milk. Don’t worry, as the coconut milk cooks alongside the acidic tomato paste, the coconut flavor mellows out, leaving just a hint of sweetness. Try out this Penne alla Vodka by Kate Friedman!
6. Artichoke ‘Lobster’ Roll
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Lobster roll is a popular sandwich in New England that consists of a mayo-based filling in a soft, toasted, and buttered bun. This classic sandwich is easily veganized using artichoke hearts, vegan mayonnaise, and a touch of dulse seaweed flakes. With this Artichoke ‘Lobster’ Roll by Zsu Dever, transport yourself to Maine with this delicious comfort food sammie!
7. Lemon Poppy Seed Overnight Oats
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If you are a fan of the sweet-tart lemon poppy seed flavor, these Lemon Poppy Seed Overnight Oats by Tara Sunshine are a must try. Bonus is, they’re packed with fibre, healthy fats, and protein to start your day off right!
8. Alkaline Green Juice
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Drink this Alkaline Green Juice by Olivia Budgen to increase your vegetable intake and help your body maintain an alkaline environment for optimal health and wellbeing.
9. Maple “Mousse”
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This Maple “Mousse” by Tara Sunshine is easy, nutritious, and delicious, and makes a great breakfast or snack.
10. Korean Barbecue Tofu ‘Wings’
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There’s nothing like the sweet, tangy, hot taste of Korean barbecue — especially in this recipe for Korean Barbecue Tofu ‘Wings’ by Lydia Filgueras! Tofu triangles are marinated in a homemade Korean barbecue sauce and then baked until the edges are just a tiny bit crispy and the sauce on the outside is that addictive stickiness that makes barbecue wings so craveable. These are the perfect appetizer for any occasion.
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