10 Vegan Recipes That Went Viral Last Week: Cuban-Style Black Beans to Speedy Sev Tamātar!

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. Delicious Cuban-Style Black Beans

Vegan Delicious Cuban-Style Black Beans

Source: Delicious Cuban-Style Black Beans by Respectful Living

These delicious black beans are perfect to make for an easy weeknight dinner!

2. Speedy Sev Tamātar

Vegan Speedy Sev Tamātar

Source: Speedy Sev Tamātar

Sev (gram flour/chickpea flour–fried savory noodles) is something you should always and forever have in your snack cabinet. Other than chāt, or some other kind of street food, I use it often to make this twenty-minute gravy. My mom would make several versions of this for my after-school lunch—sometimes with a pinch of jaggery in the gravy, at other times with a different kind of namkeen (savory crunchy snacks). This is Speedy Sev Tamātar by Anusha Moorthy Santosh to whip up for a while


Reprinted with permission from Vegan Treasures of India by Anusha Moorthy Santosh. Page Street Publishing Co. 2023. Photo credit: Anusha Moorthy Santosh.

3. Umami Hakka Noodles

Vegan Umami Hakka Noodles

Source: Umami Hakka Noodles

The best way to describe Indo-Chinese food would be Chinese food adapted to Indian tastes. In India, it is referred to as simply “Chinese food.” It is a uniquely South Asian phenomenon, and dishes like gobi manchurian, and dishes such as this Umami Hakka Noodles by Anusha Moorthy Santosh,

4. Carrot Cardamom Cake

Vegan Carrot Cardamom Cake

Source: Carrot Cardamom Cake

This fluffy and moist Carrot Cardamom Cake by Kim Julie-Hansen features a hint of cardamom, crunchy hazelnuts, and a refreshing lemon cream cheese frosting.

5. Cheezy Dill Biscuits

Vegan Cheezy Dill Biscuits

Source: Cheezy Dill Biscuits

Sharp cheddar and fresh dill are so flavorful you can enjoy these Cheezy Dill Biscuits by Erin Bruns as is or use them for breakfast sandwiches, alongside soup, or as the perfect side for any meal.

6. Corn Chowder with Potato and Leeks

Vegan Corn Chowder with Potato and Leeks

Source: Corn Chowder with Potato and Leeks

This Corn Chowder with Potato and Leeks by Respectful Living is warm and comforting!

7. Red Velvet Heart Cake

Vegan Red Velvet Heart Cake

Source: Red Velvet Heart Cake

Anybody up for some bloody cake?! If you wanna freak your family & friends out just enough to make them gag a bit, this realistic human heart halloween cake recipe is for you. Inside this Red Velvet Heart Cake by Ivy is a red velvet cake, layered with red frosting, covered with fondant. So. Freaking. GOOD.

8. Pan-fried Gnocchi with Eggplant Puttanesca

Vegan Pan-fried Gnocchi with Eggplant Puttanesca

Source: Pan-fried Gnocchi with Eggplant Puttanesca

Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, pan-fried gnocchi are simply amazing. Here they are served on top of a hearty plant-based eggplant puttanesca sauce. I have swapped the anchovies used in a traditional puttanesca sauce for nori and a dash of soy sauce. Like the original, this Pan-fried Gnocchi with Eggplant Puttanesca by Annabelle Randles packs a lot of umami, so there is no need to top with grated vegan cheese.

9. Muesli Cookies

Vegan Muesli Cookies

Source: Muesli Cookies

These Muesli Cookies by Annabelle Randles are super simple cookies—naturally sweetened with raisins, banana, and orange juice—are a delicious healthy treat that you can enjoy as a snack or even for breakfast. Ready in about 30 minutes, they can be eaten warm or cold.

10. Pumpkin Pie With Cinnamon Nut Crust

Vegan Pumpkin Pie With Cinnamon Nut Crust

Source: Pumpkin Pie With Cinnamon Nut Crust

This isn’t your typical pumpkin pie. The crumbly crust is made from toasted nuts, sweetened with maple syrup, and spiced with cinnamon and the pumpkin filling is decadently rich and creamy, thanks to dairy-free sweetened condensed milk. The Pumpkin Pie With Cinnamon Nut Crust by Gretchen Price is so delicious just on its own, but then pile on that creamy pumpkin pie filling and you are in pumpkin pie paradise.

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