From sun-dried tomato and chickpea stew in one pan to quinoa stir-fry: our eight best vegan recipes of the day!

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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 Chickpea Stew and Peanut Butter Chocolate and Oatmeal Bars, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!

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1. Sun-dried tomato and chickpea stew

Source: Sun-Dried Tomato and Chickpea Stew in One Pot

This Kate Friedman sun-dried tomato and chickpea stew is one of my favorites. Not only is it really rich and tasty, but I almost always have all the ingredients in my kitchen, making it an easy answer to the late afternoon question: “What’s wrong?” is there for dinner? This recipe uses one of my favorite cooking tips: sauté tomato paste for added flavor.

2. Chocolate bars with peanut butter and oats

Vegan chocolate bars with peanut butter and oats

Source: Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Bars

These Priya Lakshminarayan Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Bars are the perfect no-bake dessert snack that is both nutritious and delicious.

3. Stir-fried quinoa

Vegan quinoa stir-fry

Source: Stir-fried quinoa

You will love this Quinoa Stir Fry from Lena Novak! It’s such a delicious dish to enjoy in the spring!

4. Vegetable poha

Vegan vegetable poha

Source: Vegetable Poha

Poha is an uncooked basmati rice that has been rolled thinly the same way oatmeal is made. Traditionally, this Vegetable Poha from Nikki and Zuzana is made with onions, spices, herbs and nuts. It is usually served for breakfast!

5. Easy sweet and sour tofu

Vegan Easy Sweet and Sour Tofu

Source: Easy Sweet and Sour Tofu

Tofu is such a versatile ingredient. It is not only a great source of vegetable protein, but it also goes well with a sweet or savory dish. This easy sweet and sour tofu from Angie Li is perfect for meal prep as it’s not only packed with veggies and plant protein, but the sauce also pairs well with rice or noodles.

6. Chocolate and pecan pie

Vegan chocolate pecan pie

Source: Chocolate Pecan Pie

A pecan pie in itself is a beautifully decadent dessert, but I like to spice it up every now and then with this chocolate pecan pie from Clémence Moulaert. Chocolate + nuts + pie = paradise. It would make a terrific addition to any Thanksgiving celebration, or just be a wonderful treat on a cozy fall day indoors with a nice cup of tea or coffee.

7. Soft and chewy brownie swirl cookies

Sweet and Chewy Vegan Brownie Swirl Cookies

Source: Sweet and Chewy Brownie Swirl Cookies

These soft and chewy brownie swirl cookies from Ciarra Siller are perfect for those days when you can’t choose between crunchy chocolate brownies and classic chocolate chip cookies. Get the best of both worlds with these chewy chocolate chip brownie cookies, aka “brookies”.

8. Greek avocado toast

Vegan Greek Avocado Toast

Source: Greek avocado toast

Avocados are among the fruits and vegetables exported by Greece, and most of the cultivation is in the south of the Aegean island of Crete. Here’s a Greek take on the classic avocado breakfast with tomatoes, olives, lemon juice and, of course, olive oil, which Homer called “liquid gold.” Check out this Greek Avocado Toast from Greek Vegetarian Cookbook, Heather Thomas!

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