From Ginataang Gulay to Brown Lentil Bean & Rice Soup: 10 Vegan Recipes That Go Viral Last Week!
When everyone’s eyes are on a recipe, you know there must be something special that you want to try! This is the case with these 10 viral vegan recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say you don’t want to miss out on these amazing viral recipe creations from our bloggers!
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1. Ginataang Gulay (Vegetables in coconut milk)
Source: Ginataang Gulay (Vegetables in coconut milk)
This Ginataang Gulay (coconut milk vegetables) by Jessica Uy is a really easy recipe – it’s a mixture of vegetables cooked in coconut milk that we call “ginataang gulay”, you can have this dish with cooked rice for a very filling and satisfying meal. Check out the very simple recipe below! Enjoy!
2. Seitan ‘Pastrami’ cutting board
Source: Seitan ‘Pastrami’ cutting board
This Joni Marie Newman Seitan ‘Pastrami’ Cutting Board is deliciously mouth-watering and tastes the same as it was sliced ââfresh and served hot from the deli counter. This savory and savory deli will make you the sandwich of your dreams or you can just eat it as is – it tastes so good!
3. Brown lentil, bean and rice soup
Source: Brown Lentil, Bean and Rice Soup
Made with Borlotti beans, brown lentils, brown basmati rice, tomatoes and vegetables, this brown lentil, bean and rice soup from Julie Zimmer is delicious. It’s a complete meal that gives you all the vegetable proteins you need. After a bowl or two, you feel full in a healthy way.
4. Chocolate bars with peanut butter and nuts
Source: Peanut Butter and Nut Chocolate Bars
Super easy and delicious nutty chocolate bars that are vegan, gluten free, and packed with healthy fats and proteins! This Vicky Coates Peanut Butter Nut Chocolate Bar is the perfect afternoon tea that will keep you happy all week!
5. Danish cheese croissants with cherries
Source: Small Danish croissants with cherry cheese
Imagine a buttery flaky croissant dough stuffed with sweet cream cheese and a gooey fruit pie filling, then covered in a sweet frosting. What better for dessert – or breakfast – with a hot cup of coffee? These Danish Cheese and Cherry Croissant Rolls by Melanie Sorrentino look like they’ve come straight out of a bakery, but they’re actually super easy to make.
6. Black bean burgers with guacamole
Source: Black Bean Burgers with Guacamole
“So what are we eating at a barbecue?” Is a question I get asked at every barbecue night. In response, I show them this delicious recipe, which is sure to satisfy even the most skeptical non-vegans. Made with black beans and nuts, these easy burgers are full of incredible flavor and a great source of plant protein, fiber, folic acid, magnesium, and iron. Serve these Black Bean Burgers with Guacamole by Anita Bean on a bun with all toppings or with slices of grilled zucchini and eggplant and toasted flatbread.
7. Chickpea and lentil curry
Source: Chickpea and lentil curry
This Aaron Calder Chickpea Lentil Curry is made with ingredients most of us have in our cupboards.
8. Basic Mung Dal
Source: Mung Dal Core
This Planted and Picked Basic Mung Dal is made from shelled and split mung beans which are easy to digest and are a great source of protein. If you have a hard time digesting beans and lentils, mung beans are a good choice. They are nutritious and less drying than other beans and lentils.
9. Double chocolate cake
Source: Double Layer Chocolate Cake
This Emily von Euw Double Chocolate Layer Cake is raw, vegan and low in fat! I leaned towards low fat recipes a bit after I had a reassuring revelation: you DON’T NEED nuts and coconut oil etc. for making raw and raw vegan desserts (eesh, that’s a lot of puns).
ten. Gingerbread Latte Cupcakes
Source: Gingerbread Latte Cupcakes
If you are addicted to Charlie Rioux’s Gingerbread Latte cupcakes from some international cafe chain, you are going to love these cupcakes. They really taste like gingerbread-flavored coffee!
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