From pumpkin power burger to healthier carrot cake: 10 vegan recipes that went viral last week!



When everyone has a recipe in mind, you know it must have something special that you want to try! That’s the case with these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They are among the best and trust us when we say you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers!

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1. Pumpkin Power Burger

Vegan pumpkin power burger

Source: Pumpkin Power Burger

Burgers are one of the most dependable staples in any chef’s arsenal. These Pumpkin Power Burgers by Hannah Kaminsky are infinitely adjustable, easy to prepare and universally enjoyed, and many filling meals, past and present, can be attributed to the humble patty. Pumpkin puree is the secret ingredient that holds these special patties together in this energizing, high-protein formula.

2. West African peanut stew

Vegan West African peanut stew

Source: West African Peanut Stew

This version of Val & Mani Latifi’s West African Peanut Stew is rich, aromatic, and nutrient-rich. It’s a simple one-pot dish that takes just over 30 minutes to cook! We have made this dish several times and it has become a new favorite.

3. Healthier carrot cake

Vegan healthier carrot cake

Source: Healthier Carrot Cake

This delicious healthier carrot cake from Rachel Lessenden is gluten-free, oil-free, sugar-free and you wouldn’t even know it. It’s a crowd-pleaser with its cashew cream frosting.

4. Apple pie quesadillas

Vegan apple pie quesadillas

Source: Apple Pie Quesadillas

These Apple Pie Quesadillas by Mireille Aikman are the cutest quesadillas with a warm apple pie filling!

5. Eggplant crunch burger

Vegan eggplant crunchburger

Source: Eggplant Crunchburger

This eggplant crunch burger from Rhea Parsons is vegan and gluten-free and the tastiest of all burgers I’ve ever made. It’s made from eggplant. That’s right, no beans, no tofu, no TVP. The taste of this burger is so deep and rich it really is amazing. The first time I made them, I topped them with caramelized onions and a simple spread of mayo, mustard, and Worcestershire vegan gluten-free sauce. I served them on gluten free English muffins.

6.Ginataang Gulay (vegetables in coconut milk)

Vegan Ginataang Gulay (vegetables in coconut milk)

Source: Ginataang Gulay (vegetables in coconut milk)

This Ginataang Gulay (vegetables in coconut milk) by Jessica Uy is a really simple recipe – it’s a mixture of vegetables cooked in coconut milk that we call a “ginataang gulay” meal. Check out the really easy recipe below! Enjoy!

7. Blueberry Pancake Crumble

Vegan blueberry pancake crumble

Source: Blueberry Pancake Crumble

This Blueberry Pancake Crumble from Dominique Ebra is the perfect breakfast! Nothing beats a dessert for breakfast!

8. Spicy tofu and spinach cake

Vegan hearty tofu spinach cake

Source: Spicy Tofu Spinach Cake

Perfect if you’re looking for something new to try, this hearty tofu spinach tart from Valentina Chiappa makes a great weekday meal!

9. Vegan “honey” mustard grill Brussels


Source: Vegan “Honey” Mustard Grill Brussels

Try this vegan “Honey” Bbq Brussels mustard from Gabrielle St. Claire! The great thing about this sauce is that it’s so quick and easy, contains kitchen utensils, is perfect for summer, and goes well with other grilled dishes. If you are craving innovative vegan dishes or just more ways to love Brussels, you have to try these new vegan honey mustard grill Brussels sprouts!

10. Garlic knots

Vegan garlic knots

Source: Garlic Knots

Vegan garlic bread taken to the next level, in the form of fluffy, buttery, vegan garlic knots from Alexandra and Eian! Tie the pizza dough in a knot and brush with vegan garlic butter; As simple as that!

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