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 recipes creations from our bloggers!
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1. Pan Fried Dumplings
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These Pan Fried Dumplings by George Lee with a crispy top crust and meaty, umami vegan filling. These will take you right back to the street vendors in Taiwan.
2. Crispy Tofu and Fried Rice
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Fried rice is peak comfort food! Fortunately, fried rice is one of the easiest dishes you can make. This Crispy Tofu and Fried Rice by Sarah Nevins cooks up quick, so make sure you’ve got all of your ingredients gathered and ready to go before you begin!
3. Pitaya Mini Cheesecakes with Lemon
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These cute, delicious, and easy to make Pitaya Mini Cheesecakes with Lemon by Lena Novak are amazing. They are so healthy that you can eat them for breakfast.
4. Cardamom Pistachio Ice Cream
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Kulfi is a traditional Indian-style ice cream that is denser and creamier than conventional American ice cream, inspiring this flavorful combination. This Cardamom Pistachio Ice Cream by Incredible Vegan Ice Cream, Deena Jalal is usually flavored with spices like cardamom and pistachio. Coconut milk provides a rich and creamy foundation for the exotic ingredients as well as a complementary flavor. Grinding the pistachios for the base enriches the flavor, and using whole pistachios for serving adds extra texture and beautiful color.
5. Quinoa and Smoky Jackfruit Bowl
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This Quinoa and Smoky Jackfruit Bowl by Bila makes the perfect lunch or dinner on a weeknight!
6. Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Bark
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Easy no-bake chocolate treats are where it’s at! Bonus is, this Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Bark by Tara Sunshine is low-carb, packed with healthy fats, and suitable for vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and keto diets, too! Feel free to use whatever nuts/seeds, granola, nut butter, and add-ins you like. Non-keto can omit the strawberries and add 1/2 to 3/4 cup dried cranberries, raisins, diced dried apricots, candied ginger, or even pretzels.
7. Cajun Spiced Japanese Sweet Potato Fries
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These Cajun Spiced Japanese Sweet Potato Fries by Trudy Geneus are one of the best plates of fries you will ever have in your entire existence — no exaggeration. It is amazing as a whole food sweet craving alternative. And it pairs well with Buddha bowls, sandwiches, burgers or just as a snack. You can even dip these into some fresh homemade guacamole and bask in the glory.
8. Greek Gyros with Tzatziki
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This Greek Gyros with Tzatziki by Stephanie Davies plant-based version of the traditional Greek Gyros, with a creamy tzatziki on the side that compliments the dish perfectly!
9. Oreo Blizzard
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This Oreo Blizzard by Robin Browne is smooth, creamy, and loaded with homemade Oreos. The perfect summer treat!
10. Fresh Mango Salsa
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This Fresh Mango Salsa by Maggie Wescott is bursting with flavor and easy to prepare.
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