From Ful (Fava Bean Dip) to No-Bake Mummy Granola Bars: Our Top Eight Vegan Recipes of the Day!

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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 bean dip and granola bars so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are it!

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1. Ful (Fava Bean Dip)

Vegan Ful (Fava Bean Dip)

Source: Ful (Fava Bean Dip)

Ful is a staple dish in many regions in the Middle East. Each country has its own take on this beloved vegan bean dip. In Palestine, we serve ful with lots of fresh garlic, lemon juice and olive oil. You will find the olive oil dripping down your hands as you dip into ful. If you ask my dad, it is the only way to enjoy it. My favorite part of this Ful (Fava Bean Dip) by Heifa Odeh is the da’ah, which is a jalapeño salsa topping that truly takes this recipe to another level of deliciousness.   Credit: Reprinted with permission from Dine in Palestine by Heifa Odeh. Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Doaa Elkady.

2. Sesame Mushroom Noodle Bowl

Vegan Sesame Mushroom Noodle Bowl

Source: Sesame Mushroom Noodle Bowl

Thick Asian noodles topped with sauteed veggies and seared oyster mushrooms. This Sesame Mushroom Noodle Bowl by Taavi Moore is paired with a creamy sesame tahini dressing.

3. Paleo Vegan Pie Crust

Vegan Paleo Vegan Pie Crust

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Who says you can’t have pie while following a Paleo vegan diet? This Paleo Vegan Pie Crust by Brittany Berlin is similar to a traditional pie crust, making it the perfect switch-up if you or someone you love needs a gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and/or egg-free crust.

4. Gluten-Free Mushroom Gravy and Mashed Potatoes

Vegan Gluten-Free Mushroom Gravy and Mashed Potatoes

Source: Gluten-Free Mushroom Gravy and Mashed Potatoes

Who doesn’t crave the comforts of vegan mashed potatoes and gravy during the colder months? This Gluten-Free Mushroom Gravy and Mashed Potatoes by Robin Browne  has all the feels of regular gravy except it’s totally vegan. The gravy is herb-packed, creamy, and rich in flavor.

5. Corn Dogs with Tangy Mustard Dipping Sauce

Vegan Corn Dogs with Tangy Mustard Dipping Sauce

Source: Corn Dogs with Tangy Mustard Dipping Sauce

These Corn Dogs with Tangy Mustard Dipping Sauce by Vegan Junk Food by Lane Gold are a vegan version of the carnival classic that you can make at home in a pinch. Need we say more?

6. No-Bake Mummy Granola Bars

Vegan No-Bake Mummy Granola Bars

Source: No-Bake Mummy Granola Bars 

Simple, no-bake mummy granola bars. These No-Bake Mummy Granola Bars  by Caroline Doucet are nut-free, making it perfect for a fun Halloween snack at school or a weekend project with kids (or grownups alike).

7. Spooky Spider Crackle Cake

Vegan Spooky Spider Crackle Cake

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This Spooky Spider Crackle Cake by Bake Vegan Stuff, Easy Recipes For Kids (And Adults, Too!), Sara Kidd is perfect for Halloween! Feel free to make this with little ones; they’ll have a great time adding the web design made out of the melted vegan marshmallows. Be careful though and wear gloves; the marshmallows are hot!

8. Spooky Chocolate Tart with Butternut Caramel Web

Vegan Spooky Chocolate Tart with Butternut Caramel Web

Source: Spooky Chocolate Tart with Butternut Caramel Web

A double chocolate tart with a butternut squash caramel “web” topping! You’d never suspect this Spooky Chocolate Tart with Butternut Caramel Web by Danielle Dewar was vegan and gluten free. If you have kids, this pie may be the healthiest thing you can convince them to eat this week! It hides about 6 cups (6 WHOLE CUPS!) of butternut squash! The crust is made primarily of whole grain brown rice flour as well. Make this pie for your friends, your kids, your enemies or just yourself.

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