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1. Frozen Coconut Yogurt Bark

Vegan Frozen Coconut Yogurt Bark

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This Frozen Coconut Yogurt Bark by Teri Macovei is the quickest breakfast you can have, all ready for you in the freezer. And the best part, you can also have it as an “emergency” dessert. On those days, when you have a craving, this healthy treat will satisfy your sweet tooth completely. So, frozen yogurt bark is one of those cold treats that it’s super satisfying. The only downside is that it melts quickly, so you have to keep it chilled or frozen.

2. Curry Chickpea Salad

Vegan Curry Chickpea Salad

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This Curry Chickpea Salad by Allison Reynaud is an easy and flavorful spread.  You can use it to top crackers or turn it into a sandwich for a filling lunch.  It can be made in advance so it works great for meal prepping.  Use either vegan mayo or vegan sour cream to make it creamy, curry powder for lots of flavor, red bell peppers for a little sweetness, and sriracha if you want to kick up the heat level.

3. Break and Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Vegan Break and Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

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These homemade Break and Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies by Carly Paige are just as convenient as the store-bought kind, but much healthier. Featuring a few signature healthy baking swaps, these cookies can be enjoyed immediately, or a few weeks later. Make now, break and bake later!

4. Hemp Chocolate Chip Cookies

Vegan Hemp Chocolate Chip Cookies

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What’s better than cookies that are crunchy around the edges, but soft and chewy inside? Especially when they are filled with melt-in-your-mouth dark chocolate chips and loaded with nutritious ingredients. The key players here are almond flour and hemp hearts and they’re lightly sweetened with unrefined coconut sugar. These Hemp Chocolate Chip Cookies by Mitra Shirmohammadi are made with 8 simple ingredients and take less than 30 minutes from start to finish! They’re also grain-free, vegan, paleo, and refined sugar-free, but ridiculously delicious and nourishing!

5. Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

Vegan Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

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These Apple Cinnamon Pancakes by Hayley Canning are the perfect pancakes for autumn. They always come out perfectly light and fluffy, you’re going to love these healthy vegan pancakes!

6. Meringue Frosted Butterbeer Baked Doughnuts

Vegan Meringue Frosted Butterbeer Baked Doughnuts

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If you’ve never made a recipe from Harry Potter are you even a super fan? These Meringue Frosted Butterbeer Baked Doughnuts by Tori Cooper are the perfect treat to make for your next HP marathon or party!

7. Butternut Squash Bisque with Turmeric Roasted Garbanzos

Vegan Butternut Squash Bisque with Turmeric Roasted Garbanzos

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Creamy butternut squash bisque with turmeric roasted chickpeas and tahini is an easy and elegant dinner! This Butternut Squash Bisque with Turmeric Roasted Garbanzos by Rachel Carr is a healing blended vegetable soup-hydrating, easy to digest and quick to make.

8. Simple Vanilla Oat Milk

Vegan Simple Vanilla Oat Milk

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This Simple Vanilla Oat Milk by Kelly Williams is the easiest of easy homemade non-dairy milk recipes. To make oat milk, the only equipment you need is a blender and a nut milk bag. Unlike nuts, oats require very little soaking, so you can make a batch in nearly no time. And if you, like me, lack a fancy-pants blender, you’ll still be able to have creamy, delicious non-dairy milk without a trip to the grocery store.

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