Here are the best of the best vegan recipes from 2015. Onward!
Lookbook Cookbook will have you confidently whipping up delicacies such as this vegan creamcake in no time.
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Italian food never looked so good as this pizza recipe, featuring fresh basil, tomatoes, and garlic.
Spork Foods is a vegan cooking school in Los Angeles, and in this video for PETA, the owners of the school show you how to make shiitake mushroom “bacon” and put together an awesome salad with it.
We thought we’d never try anything that tasted like cheesesteak again. Never say never!
Yes, this recipe is pure vegan decadence. And yes, we want s’more.
This pretty gluten-free appetizer is best when paired with peanut or soy sauce.
The mix of sweet and salty flavors in this salad is next level, plus the almonds and kale give you a healthy kick of protein and iron.
Spork Foods and PETA got together again for this video that shows you how to master the art of vegan spinach dip.
This recipe includes beer—and specifically, the beer that you’ll be pairing the pasta dish with—making it that much more tangy and delicious.
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Have you been looking for a way to incorporate protein-packed tempeh and tequila into one meal? Look no further. Yet another Spork Foods masterpiece.
Broccoli, sweet potato, tofu, and miso paste help to round out this healthy macro bowl.
A vegan version of this Mexican dish—rolled tortillas filled with meat and cheese and then fried—is easier to make than you think. Taquitos are great as an appetizer for a party or potluck.
This recipe from Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking comes with a warning and a promise “rolled” into one: These are sticky.
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This recipe starts with a simple base, and ingredients can be added to make different flavors for any taste preference.
Look at this rainbow of goodness! We used Beyond Meat’s Beyond Chicken Feisty Buffalo Poppers for a spicy protein kick.
This hilarious “recipe” video has been viewed by more than 10 million people across all channels, and as soon as you start watching it, you’ll see why.
Making a Vegan Turducken, UncensoredToday Grandma is showing us how to make a #vegan Turducken — but don’t be fooled by her sweet smile! Parental Advisory: Explicit Content[Starring: Peggy Glenn]
Posted by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on Thursday, November 26, 2015
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