From cassava cake to poppy seed bread to yogurt and lemon: 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 Cassava Cake and Poppy Seed Bread, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!
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1. Cassava cake
Source: Cassava cake
This Cassava Cake from Food Empowerment Project is a classic Filipino dessert made with grated cassava. This classic Filipino treat is the perfect snack or dessert.
2. Lemon yogurt poppy seed bread
Source: Lemon Yogurt Poppy Seed Bread
This Julie Zimmer Lemon Yogurt Poppy Seed Bread is great for breakfast with coffee, but you can also have it as a midday snack or even as an after-dinner dessert. Made with ground oatmeal, almond flour and sweetened with pure maple syrup, this yogurt-based bread is gluten-free, lemony, light and chewy.
3. Perfect with berry and cashew cream and homemade granola
Source: Parfait with berry and cashew cream and homemade granola
This parfait with Berry Cashew Cream and Homemade Granola from Amanda Froelich includes a choice of two pre-prepared raw vegan granolas and a Berry Cashew Cream. It makes a great breakfast, a tasty snack or a healthy dessert. In other words, be sure to bookmark it!
4. Polenta frittata with mushrooms, tomatoes and basil
Source: Polenta Frittata with mushrooms, tomatoes and basil
This Hannah Sunderani Mushroom, Tomato & Basil Polenta Frittata is here to answer your savory breakfast prayers! Polenta mixed with spices, fresh cherry tomatoes and white mushrooms are baked in the oven until crispy on the outside and amazingly ‘egg’ on the inside. The end result was a tasty treat that looks like egg frittata.
5. Asian sesame noodle salad
Source: Asian Sesame Noodle Salad
This Asian Sesame Noodle Salad from Stephanie McKinnie is wonderfully served as a meal or side dish. Sesame oil and rice wine vinegar have to be one of the most harmonious combinations there is! You can serve it cold or at room temperature, making it the perfect dish to bring to a party or potluck.
6. Vegan scampis in a white wine, lemon and garlic sauce
Source: Vegan Scampi in a Lemon Garlic White Wine Sauce
This Vegan Scampi in White Wine Lemon Garlic Sauce from the Meatless Monday family cookbook, Jenn Sebestyen is a really simple dish that tastes elegant. Hearts of palm are the perfect substitute for scallops. They have a similar appearance when sliced and a brackish quality reminiscent of seafood, perfect for those with allergies to shellfish.
7. Tofu ‘Scallops’
Source: Tofu ‘Coquilles Saint-Jacques’
My Rhea Parsons Tofu Scallops are so delicious and they make a great presentation. Serve them over pasta or in a scampi or simply make a bunch to serve as an appetizer or appetizer. Enjoy!
8. Soy burger with homemade bun
Source: Soy burger with homemade bun
For an evening, make a Soy Burger With Homemade Bun by Valentina Chiappa, and a soft homemade bread. Complete the sandwich with grilled onions, tomatoes and lettuce, guacamole sauce.
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