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1. Apple Blackberry Brioche French Toast
There’s something about the sweet and buttery flavors of brioche that when soaked in the perfect batter creates the most mouthwatering result! Try out this Apple Blackberry Brioche French Toast by Shanika Graham-White!
2. Coconut Basil White Bean Bisque
Source: Coconut Basil White Bean Bisque
This Coconut Basil White Bean Bisque by Stephanie McKinnie is naturally vegan and gluten-free yet it is still packed with flavor! The white beans provide protein and substance while the combination of coconut milk, lemongrass and basil create a unique yet lovely flavor profile!
3. Easy Cabbage Spring Rolls
Source: Easy Cabbage Spring Rolls
These vegan spring rolls are crunchy and savory, and are a great snack to satisfy your cravings! These Easy Cabbage Spring Rolls by Sarah Ottino are pretty easy and take little-to-no prep too. Whip them up for a yummy snack or appetizer.
4. Creamy Vegan Cauliflower & Leek Soup
This Creamy Vegan Cauliflower & Leek Soup by Katia Martin is super easy to make, healthy and incredibly delicious. You can top with chopped green onion, cracked pepper, and a little coconut cream and you have a beautiful, festive presentation.
5. Chatpata Aloo Salad
Source: Chatpata Aloo Salad
This crunchy salad hails from Nepal, which borders India in the northeast. This Chatpata Aloo Salad by Priya Lakshminarayan is prepared with a special masala called gorkha, and that, together with the tamarind, give the salad a unique flavor. Excerpt from The Essential Vegan Indian Cookbook by Priya Lakshminarayan, published by Rockridge Press. Copyright © 2021 by Callisto Media, Inc. All rights reserved.
6. Pumpkin Maple Galette
Source: Pumpkin Maple Galette
This rustic and easy to make Pumpkin Maple Galette by Pavani Nandula is a great take on traditional pumpkin pie. The dough for the crust is very very easy to work with. It bakes beautifully into a buttery golden colored galette. Filling could not be any simpler — cream cheese adds a little tang, while maple syrup gives the warmth and depth of flavor.
7. Whole-Wheat Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins
8. M’hencha: Moroccan Spinach and Almond Feta Hand Pies
M’hencha, Arabic for “coiled like a snake,” are traditional Moroccan pastries that can be made sweet or savory. These M’hencha: Moroccan Spinach and Almond Feta Hand Pies by Emily Wilkinson are stuffed with a Greek-inspired filling of spinach and almond feta and baked until light and flaky on the outside. They’re incredibly easy to make — just be sure to soak the almonds ahead of time — and can be served hot or cold with whatever sides you like.
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