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. Italian White Bean Soup
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This recipe for a Italian White Bean Soup by Heidrun Kubart is one of the easiest recipes in my repertoire, simple in the preparation and the ingredients. But despite, or perhaps because of, its simplicity, this Italian bean soup (in the original Zuppa di fagioli or Fasoli cu l’accia) is extremely tasty. And also very healthy!
2. Creamy Tortellini Soup
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This Creamy Tortellini Soup by Maria Koutsogiannis is so easy-to-make, and only takes one-pot and 45-minutes of your time. PLUS, it’s delicious!
3. Zucchini in Garden Crust
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This Zucchini in Garden Crust by Alice Carbone Tench is very easy to make, quick, also, and full of spring and summer flavor. You can personalize this crust with any nut or herb you like/ have in your pantry, and you can add it to pretty much any vegetable, from zucchinis to broccoli, bell peppers and eggplants or even carrots, mushrooms, and potatoes!
4. Jambalaya with Sausage
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This Jambalaya with Sausage by Dominique Ebra is a meatless twist to a Cajun favorite! The spicy flavors meld together with rice and beans for a great one-pot meal. Beans, rice, and vegan sausage take center stage in this hearty vegan jambalaya. Traditional Cajun comfort food can dish out as much or as little heat as you’d like. For an added kick, use vegan Cajun sausage and even fire-roasted tomatoes.
5. Dark Chocolate Blueberry Pancake Bites
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Talk about breakfast on-the-go! These Dark Chocolate Blueberry Pancake Bites by Gabrielle St. Claire are easy, affordable, fun, modern, has minimal ingredients, less messy, great for entertaining, can be paired with whatever filling you like! They are totally kid-friendly and perfect for any season. Breakfast just got a whole lot more fun.
6. Cultured Vegan Cashew Cheese
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This Cultured Vegan Cashew Cheese by Namrata Edward Kshitij is intensely creamy with a sharp tang. Slather on toasts and top with sliced cucumbers, or serve alongside piping hot aloo parathas for a hearty breakfast.
7. Salted Caramel Tarts
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Are you a fan of salted caramel? If so, this recipe is gonna be right up your street! Light, creamy and surprisingly healthy, these Salted Caramel Tarts by Harriet Porterfield are just what you need to celebrate the start of spring. No bake, dairy, gluten and refined sugar free, they’re the perfect dessert for when you want something sweet yet light.
8. Cauliflower Chickpea Curry
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Curry is a weekly affair in my kitchen. With only a few simple ingredients, you can make something really special that rivals any takeaway! This Cauliflower Chickpea Curry by Harriet Porterfield is ready in just 30 minutes, perfect for a cosy weeknight meal. A fragrant blend of spices combine with coconut milk for a dreamy, flavourful sauce that isn’t too spicy, but has just the right amount of kick to keep you coming back for more. Extra comforting served with fluffy white rice and fresh naan bread.
9. Vegetable Pottage (Medieval Pottage)
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This Vegetable Pottage (Medieval Pottage) by Katia Martin has a rich, delicious and hearty broth thick enough to be a stew. Makes for a filling and healthy lunch on a chilly day.
10. 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!
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