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1. Flourless Rhubarb Custard Cake

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This oil-free and refined sugar freeFlourless Rhubarb Custard Cake by Nele Liivlaid takes a proud place among summery treats. Taste the refreshing sourness of rhubarb combined with creamy custard of chickpeas and coconut in a healthy way.

2. Cheesy Baked Pasta 

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Baked pasta takes simple pasta to a much higher level. A little extra time to crisp in the oven allows for flavors to intensify and for a baked, crispy topping. In this cheesy baked pasta, the creamy sauce covered noodles bubble into this crisp topping as they meld together to create an amazing balance of creamy and crispy. This combination of baked crispness, creaminess, and cheesiness in this Cheesy Baked Pasta by Kristina Humphreys creates a pasta that tastes wonderful and is so satiating.

3. Lemon Chia Poppyseed Cookies 

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These Lemon Chia Poppyseed Cookies by Helyn Dunn are tender, pillowy and not too sweet. They also have a good dose of extra nutrients from the chia seeds. Go ahead and indulge in this little sweet/sour dessert!

4. Brownie Baked Oatmeal With Mint Avocado Frosting 

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This Brownie Baked Oatmeal With Mint Avocado Frosting by Lauren Smith may sound bizzare at first but trust us, it is so delicious and a great way to start or end your day!

5. Peanut Butter Oat Cookies 

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These Peanut Butter Oat Cookies by Natasa Christofidou are a favorite snacks to bake! They’re so quick easy to whip together, using ingredients that you always have lying around in your cupboard and they cook in no time. Using oats as the base for the cookies adds that healthy carb to the mixture, giving you long-lasting energy throughout the day.

6. The Best Vegan Buttercream Recipe 

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The Best Vegan Buttercream Recipe by Gretchen Price is both animal and allergen friendly! This recipe is truly for the best buttercream frosting. This recipes makes enough frosting to make layers in your cake, so feel free to enjoy!

7. Flourless Banana Muffins 

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These Flourless Banana Muffins by Tiffany Kinson are healthy and yummy muffins – great way to start your day!

8. Teriyaki Tofu 

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This Teriyaki Tofu by Kennedy Kitchings easily replaces take-out. Take-out may be one of your favorite meals, but it can get expensive and typically it’s not going to be the most health meal you’ve ever eaten. So if you’re looking for an amazing vegan alternative to your favorite take out menu out check out this recipe!

9. Mushroom and Vegetable Dumplings 

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These Mushroom and Vegetable Dumplings by Parsley Vegan are packed with every veggie you can imagine, making them super nutrient-filled along with being delicious! After all, who doesn’t love dumplings?! This recipe is the perfect meal to make multiple batches of in advance. The dumplings keep up to four months in the freezer, so they will be ready for you to throw in the pan or steamer for a quick and easy snack or meal. A quick peanut dipping sauce goes perfectly with these dumplings.

10.Sourdough English Muffins 

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These beautiful little Sourdough English Muffins by Agnes Potier-Murphy are super easy and satisfying to make. They’re the kind of thing that give you this feeling of accomplishment, of having made something really special. They’re completely vegan and as low-waste as possible. And best of all, no oven required, which is definitely a plus with the return of warmer temperatures.

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