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1. Eton Mess
Source: Eton Mess
2. Coconut Curry Zoodles with Asian Greens and Silken Tofu
The key to creating the perfect bowl of Coconut Curry Zoodles with Asian Greens and Silken Tofu by Rachel Phipps is to fry off a few aromatics before adding curry paste to the pan to make sure you get a complex, layered broth, regardless of the paste you’re using.
3. Bean and Beet Burgers
Source: Bean and Beet Burgers
Plant-based burgers are popping up all over—even in mainstream fast-food restaurants. It’s great to have choices when you’re on the road, but the homemade goodness of a burger like this one that’s high in protein and low in fat. Featuring black beans, walnuts, oats, and pickled beets, these Bean and Beet Burgers by Robin Robertson have a great flavor and firm texture that holds up well when cooked. The wheat gluten will make firmer burgers, but it’s okay to leave it out if you’re gluten intolerant.
4. Baked Mac n’ Cheez
Source: Baked Mac n’ Cheez
5. Pot Pie
Source: Pot Pie
This plant-based vegetable Pot Pie by Wholesome LLC boasts a simple whole wheat crust, creaminess without dairy, flavor from a mixture of herbs & seasonings, and legumes providing an anti-inflammatory powerhouse.
6. Chickpea Shakshouka with Avocados and Fresh Herbs
Shakshouka is a dish that has roots both in the Middle East and North Africa, and it is a fun dish to veganize. The traditional preparation calls for eggs to be poached over tomato broth spiced up with coriander, paprika and other flavors. But who needs the eggs? Not us! Instead, in this Chickpea Shakshouka with Avocados and Fresh Herbs by Lisa Dawn Angerame, chickpeas are added right into the sauce, along with extra vegetables, Aleppo pepper and a hit of nutmeg for a flavorful, hearty, protein-packed situation. You don’t have to wait for breakfast to eat it, either. It is a great busy weeknight meal; serve it right out of the skillet with a side of crusty bread to sop up all that delicious sauce.
7. Black Bean Fudge Brownies With Sweet Potato Caramel
Everybody loves brownies, but brownies with caramel are by far the best. This Black Bean Fudge Brownies With Sweet Potato Caramel by Ashley Madden uses a rich chocolate, black bean, and date brownie batter and then marbles homemade sweet potato caramel throughout the dessert.
8. Dark Chocolate Brownies With Zucchini and Walnuts
These brownies are absolutely amazing because they’re soft, melt in your mouth, and decadent, without having any clue that zucchini is hidden inside. This Dark Chocolate Brownies With Zucchini and Walnuts by Camille David is straight forward and will surely impress your friends and family! Is there ever a bad time for brownies?
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