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1. Raw Walnut Pate
Source: Raw Walnut Pate
This vegan Raw Walnut Pate by Nikki Stokes was born out of a vegan sausage roll filling recipe. A paté is basically a smooshy paste. Normally it’s made with ground meat and fat, mixed with herbs, spices and even veggies to make a tasty spreadable paste, sometimes cooked, sometimes chilled. In the case of a raw vegan paté, it uses nuts and vegetables as the “meaty” base, along with herbs and spices for extra flavour. Put it on bread or on crackers for delicious snack!
2. Fennel and Brown Rice Salad
Source: Fennel and Brown Rice Salad
This Fennel and Brown Rice Salad by Taryn Fitz-Gerald is so easy to throw together and would be a great idea to use up brown rice from whatever you cooked the night before. The fennel really gives a great, strong flavor to the dish, and compliments the surrounding flavors. With so many nutritional benefits, this is a pretty complete dish, and one that’ll tick all the boxes. Nutrition – Check! Flavor – Check! Quick & Easy – Check!
3. Apple Chia Puddings With Homemade Apple Compote
Vegan Apple Chia Puddings With Homemade Apple Compote by Hayley Canning: they’re such an easy-to-make, decadent-but-still-on-the-healthier-side dessert! The process is fairly straightforward, melt the chocolate ingredients, dip the strawberries and leave to set.Add Sprinkles and toppings of your choice. You can decorate them to look as fancy or as simple as you’d like.
4. Pink and White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Vegan Pink and White Chocolate Dipped Strawberries by Hayley Canning: they’re such an easy-to-make, decadent-but-still-on-the-healthier-side dessert! The process is fairly straightforward, melt the chocolate ingredients, dip the strawberries and leave to set.Add Sprinkles and toppings of your choice. You can decorate them to look as fancy or as simple as you’d like.
5. Thai Kale Salad With Peanut Sauce
A big pan of roasted veggies served over cooked whole grains and topped with a Thai Kale Salad With Peanut Sauce by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD is a go-to meal that never gets old. However, in the heat of the summer, sometimes roasting veggies is the last thing you want to do. Those hot days have resulted in a slight modification: roasted veggies have been swapped out for FRESH veggies! Bonus – it just so happens that this also saves a ton of time.
6. Shepherd’s Mac
Source: Shepherd’s Mac
7. Cheesecake Brownies
Source: Cheesecake Brownies
These amazing Cheesecake Brownies by Kirsten Kaminski combine the best out of two popular desserts. Oeey-gooey chocolate brownies and smooth, rich cheesecake! Yum! These Vegan Cheesecake Brownies are just worth making, as they’re really simple and quick to prepare but are absolutely mouthwatering!
8. Vanilla Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches
Nothing screams summertime more than homemadeVanilla Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches by Harriet Porterfield! The ultimate treat to have in your freezer and a real treat to enjoy in the sunshine. Homemade vanilla ice cream is smushed inbetween the most delicious gluten free, choc chip cookies. If you don’t have an ice cream maker, just check your local supermarket for your fave dairy free vanilla ice cream. You could also sub with nice cream (blended frozen bananas) if you want to make them healthier!
9. Cinnamon Raisin Bagels With Maple Cashew Cream Cheese
These hearty Cinnamon Raisin Bagels With Maple Cashew Cream Cheese by Clarisa Ponce de Leon will give you the lasting energy you need to get through the start of your day. Warm cinnamon and sweet raisins are just the flavors you’ll want with the maple-sweetened cream cheese. Enjoy this bagel toasted, with a schmear of cream “cheese” and a cup of coffee.
10. Cocoa and Oat Biscuits with Rosemary and Flaky Sea Salt
Rosemary and cocoa contrast in Cocoa and Oat Biscuits with Rosemary and Flaky Sea Salt by Courtney West each other quite well as the resinous and piney flavors of the rosemary cut through the bitterness of the cocoa. These are finished off with a sprinkling of flaky sea salt to balance out the flavors.
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