This week the blogger spotlight is shining on Desiree Rodriguiez of Rican Vegan!

Desiree Rodriguez is the creator of Rican Vegan, a wellness and food blog that specializes in creating vegan and vegetarian recipes that are inspired by traditional Latin dishes. She provides health and wellness tips as well as healthy and flavorful recipes for anyone who is looking to eat a plant-based diet. Desiree’s mission is to help people heal from the inside out by using delicious, plant-based foods.

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1. Spicy BBQ Vegan Chicken Salad with Brioche Croutons 

Vegan Spicy BBQ Vegan Chicken Salad with Brioche Croutons

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This  is Spicy BBQ Vegan Chicken Salad with Brioche Croutons made with easy to find ingredients for a quick meal!

2. Fluffy Pancakes

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When it came to making pancakes, your go-to recipe was probably the one on the back of the box of pancake mix. Those mixes are usually made with flour that has been bleached, which you really don’t need in your pancakes. These Fluffy Pancakes are the way to go!

3. Non-Dairy Vanilla Creamsicle Pops 

Vegan Non-Dairy Vanilla Creamsicle Pops

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Even though this Non-Dairy Vanilla Creamsicle Pops contains evaporated coconut milk and culinary coconut milk it doesn’t have a strong coconut taste. These frozen creamy limber pops are tasty and will keep you cool in the summer heat.

4. Cinnamon Vanilla Milkshake 

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Nothing hits the spot like a Cinnamon Vanilla Milkshake! The cinnamon in this milkshake not only gives it a great rich flavor but also has anti-inflammatory properties and lowers blood sugar.

5. Fruit Salsa With Baked Pita Chips 

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When it comes to Cinco de Mayo foods, salsa is probably one of the healthiest options there is. This Fruit Salsa With Baked Pita Chips  uses a delicious blend of fruits to add more health benefits and sweet taste to the classic dip.

6. Marinated Mushroom Sliders 

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These Marinated Mushroom Sliders are exactly all of those qualities in one appetizer. Instead of a meat patty for the burger, the white mushroom caps take its place. These mushrooms are the perfect size for sliders, have a meaty texture and are a lot less fattening than a meat slider topped with some cheese.

7. Vegan Brownie and Vanilla Pudding Parfait

Vegan Brownie and Vanilla Pudding Parfait

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Treat yourself! This Vegan Brownie and Vanilla Pudding Parfait of vegan brownies and vanilla pudding is such a incredible treat. It blends of the chocolatey brownie with the smooth sweet vanilla pudding to bring a delight to your tongue.

8. Berry Cocktail 

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You won’t find any artificial ingredients in this Berry Cocktail. This berry cocktail recipe is made with real ingredients such as fresh blueberries and strawberries as well as freshly squeezed lime and orange juice. This recipe used a sauvignon blanc wine to make it a cocktail but if you are not a drinker you can omit the wine and drink it as a mocktail.

9. Puerto Rican Style Stewed Oyster Mushrooms 

Vegan Puerto Rican Style Stewed Oyster Mushrooms

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This Puerto Rican Style Stewed Oyster Mushrooms is served over brown rice, this meaty dish is perfect for pleasing meat-eaters and vegans alike! Serve this at your next family dinner for a yummy, flavorful meal!

10. No-Salt Adobo Seasoning 

Vegan No-Salt Adobo Seasoning

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When it comes to Latin American cooking adobo is the not-so-secret seasoning you can never go wrong with. It’s a dry rub that is used in a majority of dishes. While it is traditionally used to flavor meat, you can apply it to tofu, tempeh, seitan, and even vegetables — and because it’s made from a blend of common household spices, you can easily make your own with this No-Salt Adobo Seasoning, without the salt!

Be sure to check out Desiree Rodriguez recipe page on our site, as well as her website! You can also find her recipes on our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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