I can’t help it but think about food all day long this time of the year!
It’s not just a central part of the holiday mood, but the idea of loads and loads of home-cooked deliciousness gives a soothing feeling of coziness in my soul.
That’s why I feel like I can watch amazing vegan food ideas literally all the time! No matter how hungry and insatiable they make me feel… And Peta’s list of their most popular food videos gave me the food porn binge watching fiasco I certainly enjoy any time of the year!
Here are 10 Tantalizing Vegan Food Videos That Are Sure To Make You Hungry!
You can watch them on an empty stomach, but don’t say that we didn’t warn you!
It sounds crazy, but these carrot hot dogs taste a lot like, well, hot dogs! With all the gross things in pork hot dogs—such as bones, bugs, and pig anuses—these carrot dogs make a healthy cruelty-free alternative. The simple ingredients and easy-to-follow recipe will allow you to chomp on the best vegan hot dogs ever in no time. The idea might sound wacky, but you’ve got to try them—trust us on this one!
Aquafaba—the liquid from a can of beans—is taking the world by storm. With it, you can make homemade vegan cheese that slices and melts, eggless mayonnaise, and even egg-free foam for a whiskey sour. Is there anything that this miracle bean juice can’t do? We compiled five super-simple recipes that use aquafaba. Save that chickpea brine and give them a try!
About 1.6 million people were transfixed by this dessert recipe video on Facebook. Since Ben & Jerry’s introduced four new vegan flavors early in 2016, you could say that it’s been the Year of Vegan Ice Cream.
Here it is: our most popular food video of the year! People just couldn’t stop watching and sharing this video, which has had more than 2.2 million views. Just like the recipe for avocado ice cream, this one for a sushi burger is also gluten-free.
Dea is passionate about pursuing gentle, pure living in all its forms. She’s a veg and fruit foodie, who loves to explore the healing properties of plant-based foods and then fully indulge in their sun-filled taste. She believes that “In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”