From Jamaican Power Bowl to Banana Bread: 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Last Week!

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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 recipe creations from our bloggers!

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1. Jamaican Power Bowl

Vegan Jamaican Power Bowl

Source: Jamaican Power Bowl

This Jamaican Power Bowl by Shanika Graham-White is the ultimate plant-based dish for the entire family. Notes of spicy, sweet, and savory which create a beautiful balance of texture and flavor in one bite.

2. Must-Try Banana Bread

Vegan Must-Try Banana Bread

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One soft slice of this delicious and super-moist banana bread will explain why it’s a must-try recipe! This Must-Try Banana Bread by Jillian Glenn is one of my most popular recipes and for good reason! Banana bread is one of those baked goods that tugs on my heartstrings, and you’re going to fall in love with this one. This incredible vegan version is buttery, thick and perfectly sweet, thanks to three overripe bananas and a bit of maple syrup. This is an indulgent tasting and wholesome banana bread that no one will be able to get enough of! Trust me when I say, it will become a go-to for you and your family. PS: Definitely lick the batter from the bowl on this one—it’s delicious!  ​​Reprinted with permission from Light & Easy Vegan Baking by Jillian Glenn, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Jillian Glenn

3. Bean and Vegetable Soup

Vegan Bean and Vegetable Soup

Source: Bean and Vegetable Soup

Delicious and nutritious vegan food that’s easy to make, and this Bean and Vegetable Soup by Aaron Calder is cheap using ingredients most of us have in our cupboards.

4. Spring Cauliflower Risotto

Vegan Spring Cauliflower Risotto

Source: Spring Cauliflower Risotto

This nutritious-and-delicious grain-free risotto is certain to be a family favorite. This Spring Cauliflower Risotto by Tara Weir is packed with nutrients and suitable for celiac/gluten-free, vegan, paleo, and keto diets, too!

5. Southern-Style Apple Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

Vegan Southern-Style Apple Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

Source: Southern-Style Apple Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

The combination of the buttery texture, sweet maple cinnamon and incredible apple flavor baked into a homemade cake is out of this world. Top this Southern-Style Apple Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting by Jillian Glenn with this finger-licking good cinnamon cream cheese frosting—you’ll be in southern-style heaven! My secret to the velvety and moist texture of this healthier vegan and gluten-free cake is the oats and oat flour.  ​​Reprinted with permission from Light & Easy Vegan Baking by Jillian Glenn, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Jillian Glenn

6. Spicy Mushroom and Walnut Bolognese

Vegan Spicy Mushroom and Walnut Bolognese

Source: Spicy Mushroom and Walnut Bolognese

Sliced Cremini mushrooms and chopped walnuts alone provide all the texture this hearty bolognese needs. The sauce is packed full of flavor, thanks to the balanced mix of herbs, spices, and condiments. Apart from being really quick to make, this Spicy Mushroom and Walnut Bolognese by Rita Parente and Andre Nogueira is also a great freezer-friendly recipe that’s a life-saver when you work late or don’t feel like cooking.

7. Mixed Seeds Nuts Oat Cookies

Vegan Mixed Seeds Nuts Oat Cookies

Source: Mixed Seeds Nuts Oat Cookies

Chewy and moist on the inside and crisp on the outside, these Mixed Seeds Nuts Oat Cookies by Namita Tiwari make a healthy snack option. You’ll love to take them on journeys. It’s a healthy indulgence!

8. Lemon Lavender Pound Cake

Vegan Lemon Lavender Pound Cake

Source: Lemon Lavender Pound Cake

This Lemon Lavender Pound Cake by Gabrielle St. Claire is easy, involves minimal ingredients, is perfect for any season, and it will be a lavender lover’s dream come true. The pound cake is buttery soft and so packed with citrusy and floral flavors that it doesn’t even need icing! If you’re looking to take your love for lavender to the next level, you’ll love this recipe!

9. Pesto Garden Pizza
Vegan Pesto Garden Pizza

Source: Pesto Garden Pizza

This Pesto Garden Pizza by Dominique Ebra makes a perfect dinner, and the creamy basil pesto elevates the entire dish!

10. Mexican Chili

Vegan Mexican Chili

Source: Mexican Chili

The flavors of this Mexican Chili by Planted and Picked are rooted in a wonderful paste that starts with toasting whole dried chilis. Be prepared for your taste buds to dance – this recipe is so delicious. Take the time to enjoy this vegan Mexican chili and the depth of the flavors it rewards you with.

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