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1.Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting

Vegan Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting

Source: Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting

These Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting by Allie Penner are moist, fudgey, and dense. They’re packed with good-for-you ingredients like oat flour, almond butter, cocoa, and coconut sugar, and they’re iced with a date and nut butter ‘caramel’ frosting. These oat flour almond butter brownies with salted date caramel frosting will become your new obsession. It’s a good thing that they’re healthy, because once you start eating them, it’s hard to stop!

2. Heirloom Tomato Salad

Vegan Heirloom Tomato Salad

Source: Heirloom Tomato Salad

This Heirloom Tomato Salad by Nita Ragoonanan is the perfect recipe for people who grow their own tomatoes (or happen to have a bunch of tomatoes lying around in their kitchen.) It’s so easy, fresh, and tasty–what’s not to love? Just cut the tomatoes; top with basil, balsamic, salt, and pepper; chill; and eat. So simple and so good!

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3. Avocado Quinoa Salad

Vegan Avocado Quinoa Salad

Source: Avocado Quinoa Salad

This Avocado Quinoa Salad by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD is a quick & easy, nutrient-packed, oil-free salad. Simply toss together veggies, quinoa, avocado, spices, black beans, and enjoy as a meal or side. If you so desire, there are plenty of substitutions that can be made to make this salad your own. The broccoli, corn, tomatoes and onions can be swapped out for any of your favorite veggies.

4. Tiramisu

Vegan Tiramisu

Source: Tiramisu

This Tiramisu by ThePlantbasedSchool has fluffy layers consisting of a homemade sponge cake and  a soft cream made from vegan yogurt and tofu: it’s simple and it’s delicious! It is served cold and it is adored for its creaminess and bitter sweet taste. The perfect mixture of contrasting flavors in each layer makes this dessert a true delight. Throughout centuries, Tiramisu has been changed and interpreted in many different ways – and this version is completely cheese-free, nut-free and egg-free.

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5. Cajun Lentil Étouffé

Vegan Cajun Lentil Étouffé

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This delicious Cajun Lentil Étouffé by Trudy Geneus is wonderful to try! It’s both comforting and is simple to make!

6. Cashew-Creamed Corn with Chanterelles

Vegan Cashew-Creamed Corn with Chanterelles

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This Cashew-Creamed Corn with Chanterelles by Deena Mehta is a mild side-dish that would go well with breaded vegan cutlets and an herb or arugula salad! You can add some vegan bacon bits in it or keep it simple. No matter what you choose to do, this is a delicious side!

7. Homemade Seitan Hot Dogs

Vegan Homemade Seitan Hot Dogs

Source: Homemade Seitan Hot Dogs

Hot dog season is in full swing and it’s a bummer sometimes as a vegan to miss out on the traditional back yard party/picnic offerings – but of course, we know that there’s a vegan version for just about everything out there! These Homemade Seitan Hot Dogs by Annie Oliverio are super easy to make, are juicy and have that kind of eerily familiar mouthfeel.

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8. Rocky Road Ice Cream 

Vegan Rocky Road Ice Cream

Source: Rocky Road Ice Cream

Made without any dairy, refined sugars or gluten, this no-churn Rocky Road Ice Cream by Kat Condon is rich, creamy and packed with nuts and marshmallows!

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