From tzatziki to pickled vegetable skewers: 10 vegan recipes that went viral in the last week!

When everyone’s eyes are on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you’ll want to try! Such is the case with these 10 viral vegan recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say you don’t want to miss these amazing viral recipe creations from our bloggers!

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1. Chocolate trail mix bars

Source: Chocolate Trail Mix Bars

This one is for chocolate lovers! These James Wythe Trail Mix candy bars are incredibly easy to make and also gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. All you need to make them are these simple ingredients that you can get at most supermarkets. It’s so much fun to do, if you have kids you MUST get them to do it for you. They will love doing it.

2. Tzatziki

Vegan Tzatziki

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Refreshing, cool and creamy, this traditional Greek yogurt and cucumber dip is flavorful and versatile. It can be vegan or non-vegan depending on the type of yogurt you use. This Tzatziki from Julie Zimmer is a perfect dish to serve during the hot summer months when the cucumbers are fresh!

3. Easy pickled vegetable skewers

Vegan skewers of easy pickled vegetables

Source: Easy Pickled Vegetable Skewers

An easy summer side dish and an easy way to amp up the veggies on your plate! These easy pickled vegetable skewers from Barbara Zackey are perfect for your next BBQ or weeknight dinner. Bright, colorful veggies straight from the garden, farmer’s market or pickle stand in a lightly flavored citrus and herb sauce that screams summer. These veggies go great with your favorite plant-based proteins slathered in barbecue sauce or tossed into your favorite grains, like pasta.

4. S’mores Ice Cream Cake

Vegan S'mores Ice Cream Cake

Source: S’mores Ice Cream Cake

There are few things in life that are better than taking the first bite of a perfectly made smore – the crunch of a graham cracker, the burnt caramel of a marshmallow, and the rich, gooey chocolate. What if you could have all of that, plus ice cream? This Holly Bertone S’mores Ice Cream Cake has all the flavors and textures of a perfect smore, but with the added bonus of being a cool, creamy treat. It’s the perfect summer dessert.

5. Mango and cilantro coleslaw

Mango Cilantro Vegan Coleslaw

Source: Mango Cilantro Slaw

This refreshing Mayo Clinic Mango Cilantro Slaw is a great side dish for all your summer meals!

6. Iced Dirty Chai Latte

Vegan Iced Dirty Chai Latte

Source: Iced Dirty Chai Latte

To make this Robin Browne Iced Dirty Chai Latte, you only need 5 ingredients, that’s it. Make tea and coffee ahead of time and this recipe can be ready in less than 5 minutes

7. Irish Cream Liqueur

Vegan Irish Cream Liqueur

Source: Irish Cream Liqueur

This Irish Cream Liqueur by Katie Higgins is wonderful to try!

8. Portobello Gyros With Hemp Tzatziki

Vegan Portobello Gyros With Hemp Tzatziki

Source: Portobello Gyros with hemp tzatziki

These Portobello Gyros With Hemp Tzatziki by Megan Sadd allow you to enjoy the delicious flavors of Greek cuisine, meat and dairy free. Meaty Portobello mushrooms are tossed in Worcestershire sauce, rolled in warm pita bread, then topped with a creamy hemp-based tzatziki! Talk about a tasty explosion of umami.

9. Vianette

Vegan Vianetta

Source: Vianette

Here is a healthy version of the delicious classic vianetta dessert! Made entirely from natural ingredients, this Vianetta by Sara Oliveira can be enjoyed guilt-free.

10. Zhug – Spicy Green Sauce

Vegan Zhug

Source: Zhug – Spicy Green Sauce

Zhug, also known as zhoug, skhug, skug, sahawiq, bisbas and ma’boo is a delicious spicy sauce. The great thing about this Zhug – Spicy Green Sauce from Katherine Henderson is that you can make the heat level as mild or as hot as you want.

Learn how to cook plant-based meals at home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergy, gut health, and After! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, cancer, Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.

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