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1.  Basil Arugula Pesto with Walnuts

Vegan Basil Arugula Pesto with Walnuts

Source: Basil Arugula Pesto with Walnuts

Pesto is the best-o: It’s rich, creamy, bursting with flavor and tastes great on just about everything savory. Traditional pesto uses basil, pine nuts and parmesan. We are going in a different direction here with this Basil Arugula Pesto with Walnuts by Emily von Euw, and using a variety of herbs and nuts, including arugula and walnuts.   Reprinted with permission from Vegan Food in Your Vitamix by Emily von Euw. Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Emily von Euw.

2. Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos

Vegan Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos

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If you love the flavors of Jamaican Jerk, then you’ll surely love these delicious Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos by Shanika Graham-White, made with a flavorful walnut mixture, homemade jerk seasoning, roasted veggies, pineapple chunks, and an easy lime sauce. These little tacos have so much flavor and is a great meatless alternative for lunch or dinner.

3. Beet Gazpacho

Vegan Beet Gazpacho

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Succulent beets floating in a cold soup base swimming with vegetables, herbs, and spices! Bring it on! This Beet Gazpacho  by Dominique Ebra is one of the best homemade & healthy soups you’ll make all summer. It’s also low-calorie, vegan, and gluten-free gazpacho soup!

4. Classic Mint Cucumber Tabbouleh Salad

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This Classic Mint Cucumber Tabbouleh Salad  by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek is a simple and quick grain salad, perfect as a side dish to your summer grill meals.

5. Nacho Cheeze Chips

Vegan Nacho Cheeze Chips

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Make yourself some nacho-flavored, vegan homemade tortilla chips. Cut ’em into triangles, coats the outside in a simple spice mix, and bake until crispy, crunchy. These Nacho Cheeze Chips by Cameron Keller are perfect for snacking!

6. Made-In-Minutes Veggie Hummus Wrap

Vegan Made-In-Minutes Veggie Hummus Wrap

Source: Made-In-Minutes Veggie Hummus Wrap 

Paired with a piece of fruit and handful of nuts, this veggie hummus wrap makes a healthy and portable on-the-go meal. If you’re packing this Made-In-Minutes Veggie Hummus Wrap  by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD to eat later in the day, make the wrap and then roll it in aluminum foil. This makes it both durable and easy to eat.

7. Cream Cheese Pinwheels with Fresh Veggies

Vegan Cream Cheese Pinwheels with Fresh Veggies

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Pinwheels are these cute little tortilla roll-ups filled with your favorite spread and filling. You can’t go wrong by making pinwheels if you have these 3 main ingredients: tortilla, a spread, and veggies! All right. In short, take a large tortilla, add a generous layer of your favorite spread, and then arrange your favorite veggies on top. Roll the tortilla up tightly, chill, cut, and impress your party guests. Try out these Cream Cheese Pinwheels with Fresh Veggies by Emese Maczko and Nandor Barta!

8. American Chop Suey

Vegan American Chop Suey

Source: American Chop Suey

American chop suey is an Italian-influenced pasta dish that got its start in the Northeast U.S. The original recipe for calls for ground beef, but this recipe uses red lentils cooked in vegetable broth with plenty of seasoning to make it savory. Quick, easy, and comforting, this American Chop Suey by Crissy Cavanaugh is easy to make a big batch of this and eat it throughout the week.

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