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1. Breakfast Rice Pudding

Vegan Breakfast Rice Pudding

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Finding yourself with a huge amount of plain cooked rice but you’d rather not go for fried rice again? If you like your breakfast to be filling and healthy, this Breakfast Rice Pudding by Celine Steen is a good option that’s also fairly fast to prepare.

2. Coconut Malabi

Vegan Coconut Malabi

Source: Coconut Malabi by Kirsten Kaminski

This Coconut Malabi by Kirsten Kaminski is a popular Middle Eastern dessert with origins in ancient Persia. It is silky smooth and creamy, and is served topped with a tangy grenadine to counterbalance the sweetness.   Reprinted with permission from The Traveling Vegan Cookbook by Kirsten Kaminski, Page Street Publishing, Co. 2021. Photo credit: Kirsten Kaminski.

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3. Sacher Torte

Vegan Sacher Torte

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Imagine a soft, rich cake with a melt-in-your-mouth consistency, united with tangy apricot jam and an intense dark chocolate glaze. Sacher Torte is a classic in Croatia, but it actually originated in Austria. It was created by a young chef named Franz Sacher for a prince in 19th-century Vienna. This beautiful-yet-simple Sacher Torte by Bake It Vegan by Maja Brekalo is still one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties, and this vegan-friendly version is equally, if not more, delicious! The Sacher Torte is at its best a day or two after assembling so the jam has time to soak into the cake. It’s recommended making it at least a day in advance. Reprinted with permission from Bake it Vegan by Maja Brekalo, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Maja Brekalo

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4. Avocado Key Lime Pie

Vegan Avocado Key Lime Pie

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Avocado key lime pie is rich, creamy, and delicious.  This no-bake dessert is vegan, gluten-free, and easy to make.  This Avocado Key Lime Pie by Maggie Wescott is made of whole food plant-based ingredients for a dessert that leaves you satisfied.

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5. Strawberry Cheesecake

Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake

Source: Strawberry Cheesecake

Even though this vegan Strawberry Cheesecake looks kinda “fancy,” it is very easy to make and a crowd-pleaser. This Strawberry Cheesecake by Namrata Edward Kshitij has been successfully taste-tested on picky-eating non-vegans who actually went for seconds, so go ahead and make a batch if you have guests coming over

6. Bagels With Tomato Lox and Cashew Cream Cheese

Vegan Bagels With Tomato Lox and Cashew Cream Cheese

Source: Bagels With Tomato Lox and Cashew Cream Cheese

A bagel with lox and cream cheese is a breakfast ubiquitous to New York. As it turns out, boiled and peeled tomatoes make the absolute perfect fish-free lox ever. The color, the consistency, it’s all so right. Liquid smoke, tamari, and kelp powder give it the traditional lox flavor that goes perfectly with the tangy cashew cream cheese. Serve this Bagels With Tomato Lox and Cashew Cream Cheese by Megan Sadd both on a toasted bagel with toppings of your choice.

7. Iced Matcha Green Tea Frappé With Coconut Whip

Vegan Iced Matcha Green Tea Frappé With Coconut Whip

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Whether you’re looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or an after-dinner treat, these Iced Matcha Green Tea Frappé With Coconut Whip by Crazy Vegan Kitchen are sure to satisfy your craving for sweets. The rich and velvety green tea matcha blend provides a light caffeine boost and is a nice differentiation to the traditional coffee frappé. For this recipe, go for coconut milk as opposed to almond for optimal froth!

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8. Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash

Vegan Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash

Source: Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash

Breakfast hashes make for a filling breakfast, but they’re often served with eggs. For a plant-based alternative, you can use tempeh, which not only provides a good source of protein, but also helps make the this Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash by Plant Protein Recipes That You’ll Love heartier. And, if you’re short on time, you can always microwave the sweet potato instead of baking it, which will cut down your cooking time by about 15 minutes.

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