Chloe Coscarelli is a vegan chef with plenty of bubbly personality to boot! You may recognize her name because she took first place on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, a fitting honor for someone with just as much fun and sweetness as the popular, sugary treat. When you watch her cook on camera, you’ll see what we mean; she has a knack for lighting up the frame and making us super excited to make a mess in the kitchen while whipping up some dairy-free delights. Here are some videos to watch of this awesome chef making vegan food.

Vegan Cinnamon Rolls with Cranberry Filling

The winter holidays will be here before we know it! If you’re like us, the thought of Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah and other winter celebrations makes you all warm and fuzzy inside. We love taking time to enjoy conversations with loved ones, have some fun and exchange gifts. Also, we love the food! The freezing temperatures just scream for warm, hearty and comforting fare like Chloe’s cinnamon rolls. In this video, she demonstrates how to make her recipe. Her version even comes with cranberry filling. Tasty!

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Chloe Coscarelli Prepares Vegan Allergy-Free Cooking on the TODAY Show

In this video, Chloe shows us how to make a creamy avocado pesto pasta with her Italian touch. Watch this clip and see just how easy throwing together a meatless meal can be! She blends avocado, fresh basil, pine nuts, garlic cloves, lemon juice, olive oil, pepper and salt to make the sauce. Then, “you just toss it together [with pasta] and you’ve got dinner on the table!” she says. Super easy! Then, she shows us how to make dessert: thin crispy cinnamon espresso chocolate chip cookies.

Mocha Almond Fudge Cake

In this clip, Chloe teams up with actress Fran Drescher to show us how to make a mocha almond fudge cake. This recipe has no cholesterol and no saturated fat, but Chloe promises it’s still a decadent dessert!

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Chef Chloe Coscarelli on The Veg Edge

In this video, Chloe invites her meat-eating friends to enjoy a meal of fettuccine alfredo. She makes it with an almond-based cream sauce, and her friends approve! The color of the pasta is gorgeous and one of her friends even says they wouldn’t dare put a meatball in the dish. Another said they wouldn’t have thought it was vegan had they not known before eating. Success! Chloe also makes chocolate mousse with edible chocolate cups.

Vegan Recipe: Falafel Sliders

In this clip, Chloe teaches us how to make falafel sliders with avocado hummus. She says this is a great recipe to try as a baby step into vegan cooking if you’ve never tried it before, because they’re easy to make and everyone loves falafel. Use chickpeas as the main ingredient, and use chickpea flour to bind everything together.

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