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1. Celebration Cowboy Cookie Bars
Source: Celebration Cowboy Cookie Bars
2. Sweet Potato Granola
Source: Sweet Potato Granola
This Sweet Potato Granola by Sara Oliveira is made with roasted sweet potato, loaded with fiber, nuts and seeds, this is perfect to accompany coconut yogurt, plant-based milk or eat directly from the jar. Whenever baking sweet potatoes save 2 or 3 to make this granola, it will be a favorite!
3. Crispy Potato Leek Rolls
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4. Mango Ginger Lassi
Source: Mango Ginger Lassi
A lassi is a traditional drink in India. It is yogurt based and often has turmeric, rosewater, or saffron added to the mix. This Mango Ginger Lassi by Crissy Cavanaugh has some fresh ginger root added which gives this lassi a little spice! The combination of mango, fermented “yogurt” and ginger is a great way to boost the health of your digestive system.
5. Raspberry Linzer Mousse Cakes
Source: Raspberry Linzer Mousse Cakes
These Raspberry Linzer Mousse Cakes by Gretchen Price contain a thin layer of raspberry jam (as any Linzer cookie should have). A light hazelnut mousse dome encases the fresh raspberry compote. The vegan version of mirror glaze brings it all together with shards of caramelized hazelnuts, this dessert is a showstopper for sure.
6. Aleppo Pepper Pan Seared Tofu With Confetti Corn and Roasted Potatoes
This spice of Aleppo Pepper is bright and fruity but mildly spicy and it works really well in a lot of dishes. It adds just the right amount of flavor and heat, and this basic citrus tofu is the perfect place to start. Paired with fun confetti corn and roasted potatoes, this Aleppo Pepper Pan Seared Tofu With Confetti Corn and Roasted Potatoes by Lisa Dawn Angerame is a blue plate special sure to please everyone.
7. Tamarind Potato Curry with Sesame Seeds
Tamarind is used quite often in Indian cooking exactly for these properties, to give an acidic flavor to the dish. This Tamarind Potato Curry with Sesame Seeds by Heavenly Vegan Dals and Curries, Rakhee Yadav is delightfully tangy with some sugar thrown in to balance the tartness of this gorgeous fruit. It also forms a lovely union with the potatoes. This dish is a fine representation of not just how scrumptious vegan food is but also shows how many different ways you can cook potatoes.
8. Pad See Ew: Thai Stir-Fried Noodles
This is the perfect dish if you’re hungry and in a hurry. These Pad See Ew: Thai Stir-Fried Noodles by Jess Hoffman are packed full of Chinese broccoli, beansprouts, and tofu to make a meal that is delicious and filling. Enjoy this simple version of a Thai classic with a friend for an easy and impressive dinner.
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