From dirty cauliflower rice to rich vegetable pasta 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 salad and pasta sauce, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!

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1. Dirty cauliflower rice

Dirty vegan cauliflower rice

Source: Dirty Cauliflower Rice

Hannah Kaminsky’s Dirty Cauliflower Rice is an all-plant version of a Creole classic. The only meat you’ll find in this modern revamp is in the form of nut meat. Chopped walnuts add a healthy dose of protein and richness, completing a bold palate of spice. Cauliflower replaces rice, making the dish even lighter. Filled with aromatics and herbs like onion, pepper, celery, garlic, chili powder, paprika, and thyme, this savory and savory dish is a great healthy accompaniment to cooked black beans or grilled vegan sausages.

2. Avocado and grilled zucchini salad

Vegan avocado and grilled zucchini salad

Source: Avocado and Grilled Zucchini Salad

If you are looking for some new salad ideas, why not try this simple and healthy salad recipe with avocados, sundried tomatoes and roasted zucchini? This Alchemy Eats grilled avocado and zucchini salad is the perfect companion to a summer barbecue or as a meal anytime of the year.

3. Rich vegetable pasta sauce

Vegan pasta sauce rich in vegetables

Source: rich vegetable pasta sauce

Pour this rich Olivia Budgen vegetable pasta sauce over your favorite gluten-free pasta and enjoy a hearty and delicious lunch or dinner.

4. Sweet pineapple tempeh stir-fry

Vegan Sweet Pineapple Tempeh Stir-Fry

Source: Sweet Pineapple Tempeh Sauté

This Sweet Pineapple Tempeh Stir Fry from Tara Binder is a delicious sweet and sour plant-based pineapple and vegetable tempeh stir-fry.

5. Strawberry crumble cookies with vanilla frosting

Vegan strawberry crumble cookies with vanilla frosting

Source: Crispy Strawberry Cookies with Vanilla Frosting

These strawberry crumble cookies with vanilla bean frosting from Angelina Papanikolaou have a buttery base and filling, fresh strawberries and a sweet vanilla bean frosting! So easy and so tasty!

6. Devilish vegetables

Devilish vegan vegetables

Source: Evil Vegetables

Presentation of the devilish “vegetables”! The secret to keeping soy cream, tofu, and sour cream together is agar-agar, which gives the white part a gelatin-like texture. When preparing them, stay as close to this recipe as possible, using the whitest ingredients you can find. Serve up these Chris Bartis Deviled Veggs at a party and they’re guaranteed to wow the minds of all your guests.

7. Oat latte

Vegan oat latte

Source: Oat Latte

A creamy and filling breakfast of this latte is a wonderful start to the day! This Natasha Minocha Oat Latte is a healthy dose of caffeine without refined sugar! Yum!

8. Lasagna enchilada

Vegan enchilada lasagna

Source: Enchilada Lasagna

This lasagna enchilada from Kristen Genton combines two of the best comfort foods in one dish: they are enchiladas in the form of lasagna. This dish is made with a layer of homemade enchilada sauce, cheese, corn tortillas and tender sweet potatoes. This is great when trying to feed a crowd. Everyone (vegan or not) will love it!

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