From Cinnamon Rolls to Turmeric Leek Risotto: Our Top Eight Vegan Recipes of the Day!


Ready, set, recipes! Here are our just published, fresh-out-the-mill recipes in one convenient place! These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! Our newest recipes includes cinnamon rolls and rice pudding so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Cinnamon Rolls (2 Ways)

Vegan Cinnamon Rolls (2 Ways)

Source: Cinnamon Rolls (2 Ways)

There are two variations of this Cinnamon Rolls (2 Ways) by Jillian Glenn, and both will blow your mind. The first is a classic vegan cinnamon roll that uses yeast in the dough. This recipe takes about 2 hours and is well worth the wait. The result is a batch of giant fluffy cinnamon rolls that take your breath away. I’ve also included a recipe for my easy, no-yeast, 30-minute cinnamon rolls, which are perfect for when you’re in a pinch or if you have a yeast allergy. No matter which version you choose, you won’t believe how golden, buttery and ooey-gooey-good these are! Drizzle them with vegan cream cheese frosting and you and your family will be licking your plates clean and fighting over the last bite. ​​Reprinted with permission from Light & Easy Vegan Baking by Jillian Glenn, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Jillian Glenn

2. Black Rice Pudding (Vegan, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-Free)

Vegan Black Rice Pudding (Vegan, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-Free)

Source: Black Rice Pudding (Vegan, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-Free)

This Black Rice Pudding (Vegan, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-Free) by Angie Li is perfect for people who don’t bother making an effort to make breakfast in the morning. You can cook a large batch in advance and keep it in the fridge for 3-4 days. Or you can also have it as a breakfast on the go on those busy days.

3. Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole

Vegan Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole

Source: Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole

There you are on a lazy Saturday morning, sitting curbside at an intimate French café . Nearby, steam swirls upward from rich mahogany coffee. A sweet scent ignites your appetite as you wait with anticipation for a forkful of decadent French toast. Wait—France is not in your future, you say? Then let this buttery, blueberry-banana and praline french toast casserole delight take you there. Without relying on unkind standbys like eggs, cream, and butter, this Blueberry-Banana and Praline French Toast Casserole by Compassionate Cuisine, Linda Soper-Kolton and Sara Boan, a Homestead specialty, gets its luscious custard filling from bananas and nondairy milk. A lovely addition to special brunches and holiday mornings, this simple dish will pamper your spirit.

4. Sweet Potato Curry Soup

Vegan Sweet Potato Curry Soup

Source: Sweet Potato Curry Soup

This Sweet Potato Curry Soup by Kristina Humphreys is full of classic spices that, along with the savory flavor of garlic, add just enough heat but don’t overwhelm the soup with spice. These warming spices are perfectly balanced by coconut yogurt, a crucial ingredient that softens the spiciness with its cooling creaminess. The sweet potatoes and other veggies soak up this flavorful mixture and become soft and delicious.

5. Turmeric Leek Risotto

Vegan Turmeric Leek Risotto

Source: Turmeric Leek Risotto

ThisTurmeric Leek Risotto by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek is a great winter meal when your fridge is running low on ingredients! Gluten-free and Vegan. To make this gluten-free Turmeric Leek Vegan Risotto all you really need are a few staples, that most of us usually have. Some spring onions (or regular onions will work just as fine!), couple cloves of garlic, a carrot, some leeks. A cup or two of risotto rice, and then some spices and frozen peas.

6. Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa

Vegan Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa

Source: Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa

If you’re someone who loves fruit forward concepts, this dish is your fantasy. This Dessert Chips and Strawberry Salsa by Gabrielle St. Claire quick, easy, packs fresh seasonal fruit, basil which adds another element of flavor and enhances the flavor profile of these fruits, low sugar. As a whole, this dish packs flavor, is affordable, one you could put together with your eyes literally closed while hopping on one foot, and doesn’t disappoint!

7. Mexican Black Bean Soup With Sweet Corn, Tortilla Chips, and Avocado Cream

Vegan Mexican Black Bean Soup With Sweet Corn, Tortilla Chips, and Avocado Cream

Source: Mexican Black Bean Soup With Sweet Corn, Tortilla Chips, and Avocado Cream

This Mexican Black Bean Soup With Sweet Corn, Tortilla Chips, and Avocado Cream by Cassidy Payne is richly infused with sweet tomatoes, spicy chili, tangy lime juice, and fragrant coriander for an authentic Mexican flavor. This perfectly balanced soup, topped with avocado cream and crispy baked tortilla chips, makes for a hearty and healthy every-day meal. Enjoy a big bowl of it on a chilly winter day — all those spices will keep you warm.

8. Fish ‘n’ Chips

Vegan Fish 'n' Chips

Source: Fish ‘n’ Chips

This Fish ‘n’ Chips by Stephanie Davies is made with banana blossoms and is definitely a dish you’ll want to make during the week!

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