From raspberry and white chocolate muffins to sesame broccoli: 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 new recipes include muffins and juice, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!

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1. Raspberry and white chocolate muffins

Vegan Raspberry White Chocolate Muffins

Source: Raspberry and White Chocolate Muffins

We all need a convenient, quick, and easy muffin recipe. These Raspberry and White Chocolate Muffins from Claire Swift and Sarah Biagetti have a sweet vanilla muffin base and include raspberries and white chocolate, a flavor combination that all of our kids love. The recipe is easy for little hands to prepare and simple enough for older children to prepare on their own. These are particularly popular with children because the muffin is delicious, light and still slightly sticky when baked. Reprinted with permission from The Plant-Based Family Cookbook by Claire Swift and Sarah Biagetti, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Claire Swift

2. Butternut squash juice (winter melon juice)

Vegan Butternut Squash Juice (Winter Melon Juice)

Source: Butternut squash juice (winter melon juice)

Traditional recipe for butternut squash juice with lemon, black salt, pepper and mint. It is naturally detoxifying, boosts the immune system, and helps build mental clarity. Try this Ash Squash Juice (Winter Melon Juice) from Jamie Raftery!

3. Sesame broccoli

Vegan sesame broccoli

Source: Sesame Broccoli

Broccoli is a very interesting vegetable. This sesame broccoli from Raymund Macaalay has that thick texture and nutty flavor that is quite difficult to find on other vegetables. On its own it can taste very basic, but with the right seasoning it can be really wonderful which is exactly what this recipe achieves!

4. Asian coleslaw with cashew nuts

Vegan Asian Coleslaw with Cashews

Source: Asian Coleslaw with Cashew Nuts

Asian coleslaw is a very popular salad (usually served as a side salad) that always includes chopped raw cabbage and sometimes other grated vegetables. The name slaw is a shorthand for coleslaw. Asian coleslaw is similar to regular coleslaw, but the dressing is usually infused with sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, olive oil and rice vinegar… etc. dressing-based. This SC Chuang Asian Cashew Coleslaw is a great way to eat your colors, so fresh, crunchy and mouth-watering! It’s delicious and healthy!

5. Chocolate buckwheat porridge

Vegan Chocolate Buckwheat Porridge

Source: Buckwheat Chocolate Porridge

This Maggie Wescott Chocolate Buckwheat Porridge is a decadent gluten-free vegan breakfast recipe that’s ready in under 15 minutes. Requiring just four simple ingredients, you’ll quickly fall in love with this easy-to-prepare breakfast option.

6. Creamy Spaghetti With Wild Mushrooms

Creamy Vegan Spaghetti with Wild Mushrooms

Source: Creamy spaghetti with wild mushrooms

You’re 10 ingredients away from one of the creamiest, decadent spaghetti dishes you’ve ever tried. The whole wheat spaghetti is tossed in a smooth vegan parmesan sauce and topped with dried porcini mushrooms, thyme, sage and sea salt. This creamy wild mushroom spaghetti from Anna Bannister is bursting with fresh, herbal flavors!

7. Moroccan spaghetti with spinach and walnut pesto

Moroccan vegan spaghetti with spinach and walnut pesto

Source: Moroccan spaghetti with spinach and walnut pesto

If you’re looking for something fresh and light that isn’t fancy, look no further with this Moroccan-style spinach and walnut pesto spaghetti from Dan Waters. Moroccan spiced vegetables combined with a fresh tasting spinach and nut pesto create one of the most amazing spaghetti dishes you have ever tasted.

8. Blueberry cake with coconut frosting

Vegan Blueberry Cake with Coconut Frosting

Source: Blueberry Cake with Coconut Frosting

This Blueberry Cake with Coconut Frosting by Hana Mendes is a gluten-free cake in disguise. The texture is so amazing that no one will ever know it’s gluten free unless you tell them. Fresh blueberries are mixed into the batter, adding little touches of fruity flavor to each bite. The frosting is a combination of coconut cream and coconut yogurt that works like a dream. Finally, blueberry powder is used to give it a beautiful purple color. You must try to make this vegan blueberry cake! It’s beautiful and the berries delicious!

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