This week, the spotlight is shining on Maryke Wylde of The Wylde Kitchen!

Maryke’s awesome sweet and savory recipes show you how to make amazing dishes for you and your family that you’ll love, with a lighter twist! A blogger, photographer and recipe writer, Maryke is helping bring plant-based meals into everyone’s lives through her accessible and delicious recipes. If you want to eat more plant-based meals, but don’t know quite know how, make sure to check out The Wylde Kitchen for tasty, nutritious options that show you just how possible it is to eat more plant-based foods! We love Maryke‘s outlook on the importance of food and family!


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1. Lentil Carrot Meatballs

Lentil Carrot Meatballs

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These Lentil Carrot Meatballs are an energizing and nourishing addition to any meal. Made with savory brown lentils, tender carrots, sweet potatoes, juicy cherry tomatoes, and walnuts, these meatballs are supremely satisfying. Serve them with a generous pour of tomato sauce and some pine nuts and parsley for garnish.

2. Pecan Pie

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The filling of this amazing Pecan Pie tastes like a silky caramel – hard to believe there is no sugar in it! This is a no bake, raw vegan dessert.

3. Caramelized Onion Tart

Caramelized Onion Tart

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This Caramelized Onion Tart is a delicious dinner idea for when you want to try something a little different. The pastry is crisp and light while the filling is both sweet and savory, like French onion soup. As it bakes, the top browns, so you get a little bit of something crispy in every bite. This also keeps well in the refrigerator, so if it lasts, you’ll have tasty leftovers!

4. Easy Mini Raw Blueberry Cheesecakes

Mini Raw Blueberry Cheesecakes

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These Easy Mini Raw Blueberry Cheesecakes are a creamy and delicious dessert you can put together very quickly. You don’t have to soak cashews overnight to make these sweet treats; the filling is made from vegan cream cheese, cashew butter, and almond butter, delicately sweetened with maple syrup. This is a healthier take on dessert which you could probably eat for breakfast! Add your preferred fruit to this – strawberry, raspberry, lemon, and mango would all work in this recipe.

5. Bruschetta

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Bruschetta is a favorite. A very simple side dish or snack that is fresh and tasty. And you can eat it for virtually any or every meal of the day. Use the freshest tomatoes you can find, mix all your ingredients together and enjoy!

6. Maple Cinnamon Shortbread

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These little Maple Cinnamon Shortbread cookies are very simple to make and very hard to get wrong. These keep well and make lovely Christmas gifts. They smell so good while baking. You could make these gluten free with a simple substitute of the flour. They will be just as tasty. The best thing about these is that you will not miss the butter. They are crispy and delicious little vegan bites!

7. Vegetable Risoni

Vegetable Risoni

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Vegetable Risoni is something different to try if you get tired of pasta and rice. Add some vegetables of your choice and enjoy this delicious, hearty meal. You could add zucchini or sweet potato, pumpkin or any other vegetable you like to this – use whatever you have in the fridge. This is a simple, tasty, filling meal that you could also have as a side dish.

8. Orange Shortbread Cookies

Orange Shortbread Cookies

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These vegan Orange Shortbread Cookies are so delicious – a crunchy little shortbread style cookie, great for morning or afternoon tea. Your guests will never guess that butter was not involved in making these so tasty. Try them out, they are very simple to make!

9. Refreshing Cashew Soba Noodle Wraps

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These Refreshing Cashew Soba Noodle Wraps make a tasty, light and refreshing dish. This recipe used soba noodles, but you could use rice noodles or any other noodle you like. The cashews are toasted and golden. It’s a simple dish that lets the flavor speak for itself!

10. Apricot French Toast

Apricot French Toast with banana

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This Apricot French Toast is a delicious vegan version of french toast. Lose the eggs and watch the magic happen. Serve with banana or any other fresh fruit and a drizzle of maple syrup, a side of coconut yogurt and it’s heaven on a plate.

Be sure to check out Maryke’s 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 both Android and 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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