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1. Banana-Tahini Chia Pudding with Peanut Butter Chocolate Sauce
Where is the line between breakfast and dessert anyway? Basically they can be one and the same. This Banana-Tahini Chia Pudding with Peanut Butter Chocolate Sauce by Caryn Carruthers won’t disappoint your sweet tooth, but also packs seeds and nuts to keep a sugar crash at bay. Let’s be clear about one thing though — you’re not going to be mad when you wake up with this chia pudding waiting for you in the fridge.
2. Tahini Lime Energy Bars
Source: Tahini Lime Energy Bars
Energy feeling low? Here’s a pick-me-up snack that won’t let you down. Dates and tahini create a perfect base for this recipe and lime juice adds a fresh flavor. Especially recommended as a natural immune support, these Tahini Lime Energy Bars by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler are also a good choice for anyone dealing with iron deficiency.
3. Quick Stir-Fry Water Spinach with Garlic and Chili
This is a Chinese vegetable stir-fry ideally for your last-minute side dish. It’s quick, tasty, and healthy! This Quick Stir-Fry Water Spinach with Garlic and Chili by S.C. Chuang only requires five ingredients( including salt! Yeah, that’s right!) One wok stir-fry in under 5 minutes!
4. Chocolate Chip Funfetti Cookie Cake
Chock full of rainbow sprinkles and mini chocolate chips, this cookie cake is the literal embodiment of a party! You can make it a gooey-er texture by cooking it for 20 minutes, or leave it in a little bit longer to get a cakey-er texture. Either way, this Chocolate Chip Funfetti Cookie Cake by Kristen Genton delicious — so delicious, you might regret making it for a crowd because you’ll want to keep it all to yourself.
5. Corn and Potato Quinoa Cakes with Dill Tzatziki
6. Chocolate Fondue
Source: Chocolate Fondue
One of the few things I inherited from my grandma was her fondue set. Every time I pull it out I imagine the types of parties she and my grandpa hosted for their friends back in the 1960s and 1970s. The best type of fondue pot for chocolate is a smaller pot set over a tealight candle. Even with a small flame, you’ll want to stir the chocolate sauce frequently to prevent it from getting too hot. Serve this Chocolate Fondue by Vegan Boards by Kate Kasbee with a variety of sweet, salty, and crunchy dippers for the ultimate chocolate lovers’ dessert. If you’d like to scale this recipe up or down, estimate about 1/4 cup (60 ml) vegan chocolate sauce and 20 to 25 dippers per person.
7. Gooey Cheese Fondue
Source: Gooey Cheese Fondue
Perhaps the classiest crowd-pleasing classic is this exquisite gooey cheese fondue. It’s perfect for dipping your favorite vegetables, breads, vegan meats, and basically any other edible you could imagine. Make sure you use arborio rice and potatoes, as the starch found in both give this dish the characteristic texture of traditional gooey cheese fondue. There is something irresistibly fun about dipping and twirling your favorite foods in hot, bubbling lava full of flavor. For a sophisticated experience, serve this Gooey Cheese Fondue by The Classics Veganized by Doug McNish in a traditional fondue warming dish complete with serving forks.
8. Asparagus Almond Crostini With Fennel Frond Gremolata
Fennel takes on such an amazing flavor when it’s roasted as the licorice flavors mellow and caramelize. For these Asparagus Almond Crostini With Fennel Frond Gremolata by Courtney West, pair it with spicy radishes and earthy asparagus to create a tangle of roasted veggie goodness. For some different textures, throw some almonds in the mix for a bit of crunch. To create a bit of contrast and be mindful about reducing waste, make a fresh gremolata out of fennel fronds, lemon zest, and garlic to top the crostini. If you don’t have any bread, you can serve this over some greens or your favorite cooked grain and it will still be delicious.
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