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1. Cashew Labneh

Vegan Cashew Labneh

Source: Cashew Labneh

Labneh is a tangy, thick and creamy strained yogurt cheese from Lebanon. It is traditionally made from camel or goat milk, and is extremely addictive. Whenever I’d go to the north of Israel close to the Lebanese border, we would stop at one of the many Druze stands where friendly grandmothers would sell the most delicious labneh laffa (flatbread). This vegan version of Cashew Labneh by Kirsten Kaminski combines soy and cashews, with a tangy lemon taste to imitate that sour flavor. Sprinkle with some za’atar and add it to your mezze table.   Reprinted with permission from The Traveling Vegan Cookbook by Kirsten Kaminski, Page Street Publishing, Co. 2021. Photo credit: Kirsten Kaminski.

2. Strawberry Beet Cinnamon Smoothie

Vegan Strawberry Beet Cinnamon Smoothie

Source: Strawberry Beet Cinnamon Smoothie

Boost your workout routine this with this delicious and nutritious smoothie! This Strawberry Beet Cinnamon Smoothie by Claire Ragozzino is great for muscle recovery. Nitrogen-rich vegetables like beets help increase blood flow to the muscles which speeds up your recovery time and boosts your energy. The bananas contain potassium to avoid muscle cramping, the flax provides good fats loaded with heart-healthy omegas, hemp provides a small protein boost, and cinnamon helps the pancreas metabolize the sugar from the beets/fruit.

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3. 6-Ingredient Tahini, Hemp Seed, and Basil Dressing

Vegan 6-Ingredient Tahini, Hemp Seed, and Basil Dressing

Source: 6-Ingredient Tahini, Hemp Seed, and Basil Dressing

Many people these days have an allergy or are sensitive to nuts, and are seeking for more nut-free dressings to pour over their salads. They tend to be lighter on digestion and easier to digest. Tahini and hemp seeds are delicious on their own but combined, they taste even better. With the addition of fresh basil, this 6-Ingredient Tahini, Hemp Seed, and Basil Dressing by Olivia Budgen is incredibly tasty. It is also high in protein and healthy fats making it very filling and nutritious – not to mention super creamy!

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4. Healthy Spelt, Oats, Chia and Flax Seed Crisps

Vegan Healthy Spelt, Oats, Chia and Flax Seed Crisps

Source: Healthy Spelt, Oats, Chia and Flax Seed Crisps

These Healthy Spelt, Oats, Chia and Flax Seed Crisps by Julie Zimmer are a nice change from the store-bought kind. Made with three different types of seeds, spelt flour and rolled oats, they’re good for you and are high in fiber. To make these crisps you don’t need a dehydrator, just a basic oven, a rolling pin and a baking sheet. They taste great alone or you can enjoy them with dips, soups or as hors d’oeuvres topped up with your favorite savory foods.

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5. Chocolate Buckwheat Pancakes

Vegan Chocolate Buckwheat Pancakes

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Chocolate for breakfast? Count us in. These Chocolate Buckwheat Pancakes by Namita Tiwari are delicious, infused with banana, and so yummy!

6. Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas

Vegan Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas

Source: Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas

You may remember tapioca from your childhood snack puddings? Here’s an upgraded coconut pudding version. This Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas by Claire Ragozzino is made with creamy coconut milk, cardamom, caramelized bananas, and cacao nibs for a bit of texture. Tapioca, made from the cassava plant, is loaded with iron, calcium, folate and manganese. Much like chia, it can absorb several times its weight in liquid, making it a hydrating snack option. Grab a spoon and give this vegan tapioca pudding a try!

7. Classic Wheat-Free Waffles

Vegan Classic Wheat-Free Waffles

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These waffles are quick, easy, and can be topped with anything from fruit to chocolate sauce! These waffles are utterly delicious. You’re going to love these Classic Wheat-Free Waffles by Holly Jade!

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8. Singaporean Pineapple Tarts

Vegan Singaporean Pineapple Tarts

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Pineapple tarts are a Southeast Asian treat that originates from Malaysia and Singapore. These Singaporean Pineapple Tarts by Zoe and Mia Lau are usually eaten during the Lunar Chinese New Year Celebration. This utterly delicious, buttery, soft, flaky pastry filled with caramelized pineapple jam can be found in all shapes and forms. In this version, the rich pastry case made from almond flour and tapioca flour and is complemented perfectly by a homemade spiced, fruit jam making this an elegant and delicious treat to share with family and friends.

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